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  • Fugitive ex-LAPD officer 'armed and dangerous'; $25,000 reward offered

    Fugitive ex-LAPD officer 'armed and dangerous'; $25,000 reward offered
    Calling fugitive ex-LAPD officer Henry Solis "armed and dangerous," FBI officials Friday offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to his arrest in connection with a Pomona nightclub slaying. Authorities are centering their search on El Paso,...
  • Manchester Officer Suspended For Misusing Badge

    Manchester Officer Suspended For Misusing Badge
    MANCHESTER — A police officer was suspended without pay for showing his badge at a night club while off duty, an action the club manager saw as a "veiled threat," Police Chief Marc Montminy said Friday. Officer Michael Williams, who joined the...
  • St. Charles officials renew 22 late-night liquor permits

    St. Charles officials renew 22 late-night liquor permits
    After some discussion of reducing the operating hours for troublesome downtown bars, St. Charles officials unanimously agreed to instead renew the city's 22 late-night liquor licenses. "This commission has already issued, ruled and levied punishment...
  • Tailing elite bartender Matthew Biancaniello through hill, dale and BevMo

    Tailing elite bartender Matthew Biancaniello through hill, dale and BevMo
    Matthew Biancaniello, 46, lives in a world of white fir-infused tequila, pine sap-infused St-Germain, fuzzy Cuban oregano, Green Chartreuse, dehydrated banana flowers and baby strollers. The for-hire bartender/mad scientist has made a name for himself...
  • Uncork your curiosity to find the wines you love

    Uncork your curiosity to find the wines you love
      A friend, deep into wine, once told me his father used to drink just one wine: Georges du Boeuf Beaujolais. Every night. I know someone else who orders two cases of rosé to last the entire summer. And that's the only wine she drinks. She doesn't...
  • 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...
  • Chicago's Jazz Age still lives in Archibald Motley's art

    Chicago's Jazz Age still lives in Archibald Motley's art
    Trumpets blared, saxophones thundered, singers belted and dancers swayed from nighttime to past sunup. Walk along "the Stroll" — a very hot stretch of State Street from 31st to 35th streets — and you could hear and feel the music without...
  • Copper Rocket Pub to close on Saturday

    Copper Rocket Pub to close on Saturday
    It'll be dry times at the bar but nary a dry eye in Maitland soon as the Copper Rocket Pub prepares to serve its last drinks this weekend. The Orlando Weekly first picked up the news, which is reported on the bar's website: The Copper Rocket Is...
  • The Gadarene Swine goes vegan, adds wine garden

    The Gadarene Swine goes vegan, adds wine garden
    Phillip Frankland Lee’s all-vegetable Studio City restaurant, the Gadarene Swine, just went entirely vegan. Not so you’d notice. The chef, who also owns Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills, says only one dish was left on the menu that wasn’t...
  • 'Screech' offered unwanted Smirnoff Ice, then threatened to stab patron: prosecutors

    'Screech' offered unwanted Smirnoff Ice, then threatened to stab patron: prosecutors
     Before he stabbed someone at a tavern on Christmas, prosecutors say, Dustin Diamond — best known as Screech in TV’s “Saved by the Bell” — threatened to stab someone at a different bar when another patron refused to accept...
  • Oak Ridge Boys, coming to Sellersville, keeping country music real

    Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys, can't help but see the irony when he compares today's mainstream country music with the music the Oak Ridge Boys brought to country four decades ago. "People accused us back then of not being country enough,"...