RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Bars and Clubs

A collection of news and information related to Bars and Clubs published by this site and its partners.

Top Bars and Clubs Articles

Displaying items 199-209
  • Suzy Cohen: Alcohol, smoking can deplete thiamine level

    Suzy Cohen: Alcohol, smoking can deplete thiamine level
    Thiamine or vitamin B1 functions in hundreds of biochemical reactions. Your brain cells die without it. We must get thiamine every day from our foods. Unfortunately, most foods have minute amounts unless you like organ meats and molasses. Thiamine...
  • Hilton Bonnet Creek opens new Myth Bar

    Hilton Bonnet Creek opens new Myth Bar
    The Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek adds to the local roster of upscale lobby bars with the opening of Myth Bar, a lounge offering light bites and craft cocktails such as the Water Goddess, a drink made with herb-infused vodka and caviar stuffed olives....
  • Park board approves Maggie Daley Park restaurant

    Park board approves Maggie Daley Park restaurant
    Chicagoans will be able to grab a bite to eat later this year inside or on the rooftop seating area of a restaurant to be built in Maggie Daley Park under a deal approved Wednesday. The Chicago Park District board OK'd a 10-year agreement allowing the...
  • American Sniper

    Director Clint Eastwood's examination of the great American military sniper Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), whose talent with a rifle makes him invaluable during wartime but very uneasy back home. Rated R. 2:12. Hampton Towne Centre 24, Paragon City Center...
  • Chris Brown's probation revoked in San Jose nightclub shooting

    Chris Brown's probation revoked in San Jose nightclub shooting
    A judge revoked singer Chris Brown's probation Thursday after learning that he had violated orders by leaving Los Angeles County and was present at a nightclub when people were shot. The singer has already spent several months in jail for prior...
  • Roller rinks may be on the brink in the Lehigh Valley

    Roller rinks may be on the brink in the Lehigh Valley
    In a world where obesity rates continue to soar and technology keeps personal interaction to a minimum, roller skating is an anomaly. The pastime, dating to the mid-18th century, remains an enduring athletic and social activity — a refreshing nod to...
  • San Francisco Bay Area nightclub where shooting injured 5 at Chris Brown show loses permits

    The owner of the San Francisco Bay Area nightclub where five people were injured in a shooting during a Chris Brown concert has temporarily lost his entertainment permit. San Jose police say state regulators also suspended Fiesta Nightclub's liquor...
  • Del Campo and Arvizu open Flautas; Mexicano just weeks away

    Del Campo and Arvizu open Flautas; Mexicano just weeks away
    After well more than two years of planning, chefs Jaime Martín del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu have finally opened the first of their two restaurants in Baldwin Hills. Flautas, which is actually more of a counter than a restaurant, opened Sunday in the...
  • The Owl Bar is in fine feather, but food's lackluster

    The Owl Bar is in fine feather, but food's lackluster
    The Owl Bar has been a notable tavern at The Belvedere, on and off, for 111 years. The place has had its ups and downs. It's been wildly popular and not at all. Twice, for about six years in early 1970s and for about 18 months in the early 1990s, the...
  • Turbulent voyage: the Cuban baseball pipeline

    The clandestine journey from decaying ballparks to major league stadiums can be treacherous, degrading and expensive for Cuban baseball players who risk their lives on sea crossings only to be auctioned off by smugglers demanding an exorbitant cut of...
  • Old Town Pasadena's Equator Cafe to reopen as gastropub Edwin Mills

    Old Town Pasadena's Equator Cafe to reopen as gastropub Edwin Mills
    The Equator Cafe, an Old Town Pasadena institution at the corner of Mills Place and Edwin Alley since 1993, will officially reopen as Edwin Mills by Equator on Jan. 22. What was once the city's go-to, all-age hangout with coffee and milkshakes, live music...