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  • Snowball gala raises funds for HIV/AIDS programs at Lurie hospital

    Snowball gala raises funds for HIV/AIDS programs at Lurie hospital
    For the 27th annual Snowball gala, 1,800 young professionals converged on the Great Hall at Union Station on Feb. 7 for a blowout bash of fun, food and dancing to support programs at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. Presented by the...
  • Big boats, motors debut at Miami shows

    Big boats and big motors were among the highlights on the opening day of the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show. At the Miami Beach Convention Center, Sea Vee Boats unveiled its new 370Z center console and 270Z Bay Boat, the...
  • N. Whitehall woman paralyzed in crash near where husband met same fate

    Csala Beers needed to buy milk before a snowstorm, which is one of those things people laugh about until they find themselves stranded at home without any milk as the blizzard howls. She hopped in the car and headed for Crystal Springs Dairy Farm in...
  • Best Bartenders talk cocktails

    Best Bartenders talk cocktails
    Though not moving on to the finals, these four bartenders from our Top 8 group continue to serve up their signature cocktails at their bars (ever heard of a tamarind-/snack-bar-inspired drink?)—and share a few stories from their years of...
  • Koreatown karaoke spot loses bid for a new L.A. alcohol permit

    Koreatown karaoke spot loses bid for a new L.A. alcohol permit
    A Koreatown karaoke lounge in hot water with the Los Angeles Police Department has lost its bid for a new permit from City Hall. The five-member Central Area Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to reject the request from La Defence to continue...
  • Only in Vegas: 15 of the 100 top-grossing nightclubs in the US

    Only in Vegas: 15 of the 100 top-grossing nightclubs in the US
    Fifteen of the top-grossing nightclubs in the United States are in Las Vegas, at least according to a list released on Monday by Nightclub & Bar Media Group. Encore Las Vegas’ XS Nightclub snagged the top spot for the third year in a row with...
  • California: 8 last-minute Valentine's Day ideas, from $24 to $18,400

    California: 8 last-minute Valentine's Day ideas, from $24 to $18,400
    If you still don't have Valentine's Day plans for Saturday night, don't panic. Here are eight ideas in California that can fill the romantic bill -- and you won't need to travel very far. Keep it simple Catch sunset on Valentine's Day with a Ventura...
  • Collectors shows off their historic political swag

    Collectors shows off their historic political swag
    Some people collect stamps while others gather baseball cards — but a few have amassed memorabilia from political campaigns dating back to the early days of the 20th century. Collectors of political memorabilia had a show, sold some of their wares...
  • Marriott's dazzling 'La Cage' is bright and bold

    Marriott's dazzling 'La Cage' is bright and bold
    There's a make-or break moment that comes roughly midway through "La Cage Aux Folles," a number that –— done wrong — renders everything before it meaningless and everything after it anticlimactic. It starts unassumingly enough, with a...
  • Yorkville considers outdoor venue

    Yorkville considers outdoor venue
    A public hearing this week before the Plan Commission could go a long way toward determining the future of downtown Yorkville. Commissioners will hear testimony about a proposed amphitheater on the south side of Van Emmon Street, just west of Route 47...
  • Gran impacto económico dejará la Serie del Caribe a Puerto Rico | FOTOS

    Gran impacto económico dejará la Serie del Caribe a Puerto Rico | FOTOS
    SAN JUAN - Veinte millones de dólares será el impacto económico que tenga para Puerto Rico la realización de la Serie del Caribe de Béisbol 2015 que se celebra estos días en San Juan, según Antonio Muñoz Grajales, presidente de MB Sports, compañía...