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  • New rules: Naperville bars can't offer large discounts on beer

    New rules: Naperville bars can't offer large discounts on beer
    Naperville bars can no longer offer major discounts on drinks and their security guards will get extra training under rules councilmen approved Tuesday tonight. However, officials said they need more time to discuss the possibility of unintended...
  • Bars, businesses come together for Etoile Boutique

    Bars, businesses come together for Etoile Boutique
    It's hard to get downbeat about my job, but I'll be honest: Last month was not doing wonders for my faith in humanity. First, a tragic shooting at Vixen Bar in downtown Orlando, then a vicious assault and robbery at Etoile Boutique, the funky and friendly...
  • Vote for best Miami Beach bars in online contest

    Vote for best Miami Beach bars in online contest
    Two Miami Beach bars are among the nominees in Food & Wine magazine’s inaugural The People’s Best New Bars. Voting starts today and runs through Sept. 30 at FoodandWine.com/best-bars. There are 100 bars in the list of nominees, broken down...
  • Oct. 2: Technology Hampton Roads networking at Virginia Beach pub

    Technology Hampton Roads is hosting a networking event at Keagans Irish Pub and Restaurant in Virginia Beach 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 Mingle with the tech crowd for happy hour. Cost: $10 for members, $15 for nonmembers Where: 244 Market St. in Virginia...
  • Ahoy: Pirate parties set sail

    Ahoy: Pirate parties set sail
    Buccaneer bashes Are you ready for International Talk Like a Pirate Day (Sept. 19)? Of course you are. Unlike Christmas, Halloween and those other bully holidays, Pirate Day doesn't require that you spend multiple paychecks or make an elaborate costume....
  • Mini-review: Bordel

    Mini-review: Bordel
    Mini review: Bordel Puncheon Club & Cabaret 1721 W. Division St. 773-227-8600 Rating: !! (out of 4) Give it some time Speakeasy-style bars have been popular for years, and while Bordel isn't calling itself one per se, there is a purposefully...
  • Charity event will benefit Alzheimer's group

    The Big Dog Saloon, 4060 N. County Road 19A in Mount Dora, will have a fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer's Association form 2 to 6 p.m. Oct. 4. Activities will include silent and Chinese auctions, 50-50 drawing, mystery Beanie Babies sale and more....
  • Scots, Scottish Americans in Chicago brace for Thursday's independence vote

    Scots, Scottish Americans in Chicago brace for Thursday's independence vote
    One of the proudest days in John Crombie’s life was the day he became an American citizen. But the Scotland native who has lived in the U.S. for 30 years and owns a Scottish pub in Lakeview hasn’t forgotten his roots. “You can take a...
  • 2014 Big E Fair Introduces Fried S'Mores, Beeramisu, Raw Bar And More

    2014 Big E Fair Introduces Fried S'Mores, Beeramisu, Raw Bar And  More
    The Big E's newest batter-dipped creation requires no campfire, but it wouldn't hurt to have a wet wipe handy. Deep-fried s'mores on a stick, as created by vendor Anthony Martone of the Coffee Break, provides the ideal sweet-melty-gooey combination of...
  • Man charged with assaulting woman, trying to light her hair on fire

    Man charged with assaulting woman, trying to light her hair on fire
    A man was charged with assaulting a woman outside a Bethlehem bar early Monday and trying to light her hair on fire as they headed home. Ronald W. Rice Jr., 44, of Easton, was upset because the woman he thought he was dating was flirting with other...
  • A Handmade Quilt Is Becoming Tradition At Windsor Fundraiser

    WINDSOR — A simple idea for a quilt has turned into a tradition at the Union Street Tavern's annual road race, which has raised more than $7,000 for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. The foundation supports research into pediatric cancer. The...