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  • Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Beer and whiskey pairings, a cooking class and more things to do in Chicago on Monday, March 9.  EAT 'The Kitchen Ecosystem' Cooking Demonstration The Chopping Block 222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza 312-644-6360 Author Eugenia Bone discusses how to...
  • Miller brewery expanding; plans to double output

    There are worse problems than expanding your business 1,100 square feet, only to find that you're already at capacity again, if you ask Drew Fox. The founder and master brewer of 18th Street Brewery in the city's Miller section, is only 15 months into...
  • Bethlehem man gets 30 to 60 years for attempted murder, robbery, assaulting police officer

    Bethlehem man gets 30 to 60 years for attempted murder, robbery, assaulting police officer
    The stab wounds that Nicholas Bossons inflicted upon Jeffrey Janos when an attempted robbery fell flat will affect the Bethlehem man for the rest of his life. For attacking Janos, looting his home and fighting with police officers who came to arrest...
  • Celebrating Orlando City opener? Make these bars your goooooal

    You have your tickets. You're decked out in purple, from pants to face paint. You have memorized the proper pronunciation of "Kaká." Sounds as if one game won't be enough to contain all that enthusiasm when the Orlando City Soccer Club makes its Major...
  • Restaurant owners see positives in video gambling

    It's free money for everyone involved. Except the gamblers losing the money. Eight months into a year-long experiment, video gaming is bringing revenue and customers into Long Grove, without costing restaurant owners or Village Hall anything. Mary Ann...
  • Club owner indicted on charges of laundering money for Mexico drug trade

    Club owner indicted on charges of laundering money for Mexico drug trade
    The owner of a Pico Rivera nightclub has been indicted on charges that he laundered hundreds of thousands of dollars for a Mexican drug-trafficking operation, federal officials said. Edgar De Dios Fragoso, 38, of Hacienda Heights -- owner of El Rodeo...
  • Goose Island Wrigleyville brewpub to reopen for baseball season

     Goose Island Wrigleyville brewpub to reopen for baseball season
    Just in time for Opening Day, Goose Island's Wrigleyville brewpub is going into extra innings. Closed last fall, presumably forever, the brewpub one block south of Wrigley Field is getting a reprieve for the 2015 season, but likely no longer, Goose...
  • Pennsylvania beer distributors can now sell 12-packs

    Pennsylvania beer distributors can now sell 12-packs
    Chris Matla knew instantly what the caller wanted. "Twelve-packs," said Matla, manager of Tanczos Beverages in Hanover Township, Northampton County. "We'll sell a ton of those." Bound for decades by rules requiring malt beverages to be sold mainly by...
  • Pairing vibrant wines with a pesto pasta recipe

     Pairing vibrant wines with a pesto pasta recipe
    Those who don't eat meat, or other non-vegetable protein such as fish or cheese, may feel slighted by the wine and food pairing club. You don't hear much about chardonnay with chard or peas with pinot. But the elements in foods and food preparations...
  • Seas of change on the Carnival Pride

    Seas of change on the Carnival Pride
    Carnival Pride makes its return to Baltimore at the end of this month, sailing back to Charm City from Tampa, Fla., with a boatload of upgrades. Not the least of which is new pollution-control technology called "scrubbers" that will solve the...
  • Fiddler, composer Liz Carroll on the life she has woven around Irish music

     Fiddler, composer Liz Carroll on the life she has woven around Irish music
    When it comes to her career, Liz Carroll would be the first to say she has the luck of the Irish. "I still can't believe I've made a living playing Irish music," says Carroll, 58. "I never thought it was possible." Carroll has received major honors...