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  • Baderbrau rebirth culminates with South Loop brewery

     Baderbrau rebirth culminates with South Loop brewery
    Breweries are opening at a frantic clip in Chicago, but none has quite the story behind it as Baderbrau — and that story will come full circle with the opening of a 25,000-square-foot brewery in the South Loop in 2015. The tale began in 1989...
  • Day in the life of restaurateur-actor-accidental hipster Dustin Lancaster

    Day in the life of restaurateur-actor-accidental hipster Dustin Lancaster
    It’s a little past 9 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, and it’s hard to hear restaurateur Dustin Lancaster over the sound of hammers and drills overhead. He’s sitting in an old leather chair, sipping coffee in his office behind Bar Covell in...
  • Around Town: F.V. district honors retiring schools chief

    Around Town: F.V. district honors retiring schools chief
    The Fountain Valley School District will hold a ceremony at 3 p.m. Thursday to dedicate its headquarters at 10055 Slater Ave. in honor of Supt. Marc Ecker, who is retiring. Current and former members of the district board of trustees honored Ecker...
  • Prosecutors: Midlothian cop used unreasonable force on suspect

    Prosecutors: Midlothian cop used unreasonable force on suspect
    James Snyder had just left a Midlothian bar early Thanksgiving morning three years ago when he heard someone shout at him from across the parking lot and was suddenly charged by several men. Testifying in federal court Tuesday, Snyder said that as he...
  • Son of a Butcher Tavern aims for early 2015 opening

    Son of a Butcher Tavern aims for early 2015 opening
    I have no idea what the best new restaurant of 2015 will be, but we've got an early leader for the best name. Son of a Butcher Tavern, a meat-centric, Mexican-accented restaurant, is aiming for an early-2015 opening in Logan Square. The restaurant, at...
  • Countess urges Wick support at 'Mame' opening

    Countess urges Wick support at 'Mame' opening
    The Countess Henrietta de Hoernle may have bowed out of public life, but not before making a pitch for the arts. Calling The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum a cultural treasure in Boca, the 102-year-old benefactor talked to the audience from her front row...
  • Nightclub owner Sam Nazarian gives up control of Las Vegas hotel

    Nightclub owner Sam Nazarian gives up control of Las Vegas hotel
    Sam Nazarian made his name and his billion-dollar fortune creating L.A. clubs and restaurants that attracted the hippest young celebrities. He parlayed that fame into hotels in Beverly Hills and Miami's South Beach. This year, he looked to Las Vegas...
  • Nazarian loses control of Vegas hotel after embarrassing past surfaces

    Nazarian loses control of Vegas hotel after embarrassing past surfaces
    Los Angeles nightclub mogul Sam Nazarian has relinquished control of his newest hotel in Las Vegas after a gaming license investigation disclosed he used drugs and paid nearly $3 million to a convicted felon. UPDATE: Night club owner Sam Nazarian...
  • Jury seated in Newport News nightclub homicide case

    Jury seated in Newport News nightclub homicide case
    A 13-person jury was selected Tuesday in the trial of a woman charged with shooting and killing another woman outside the Alley nightclub. Crystal Harrell, 22, of Newport News, is charged with shooting Sakinah Breathwaite in the parking lot of the Alley...
  • Eastbound Jesus At Arch Street Tavern

    Eastbound Jesus At Arch Street Tavern
    Six-piece Greenwich, N.Y.-based Americana act Eastbound Jesus has a knack for writing rollicking, two-chord songs, the kind that chug and churn along, and singer Adam Brockway isn't above dropping the band itself into the lyrics; "54 Miles," from their...
  • When the ocean goes flat, South Florida surfers get creative

    When the ocean goes flat, South Florida surfers get creative
    Sand, sun and seashells decorate the corners of Chris Beeman's ocean photographs, which he captures every morning when the sun is an orange pinprick above the horizon. Beeman brings his longboard to Boynton Beach Inlet, or Pompano Beach behind the...