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  • 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...
  • City moves to shut down violence-plagued businesses

    City moves to shut down violence-plagued businesses
    In the wake of a double homicide at a North Side nightclub, City Hall proposed a measure Wednesday to allow the police superintendent to shut down a business for up to six months where such incidents take place. The business would remain closed until...
  • Bookmark It hosts PUB* Crawl for aspiring authors

    Bookmark It hosts PUB* Crawl for aspiring authors
    Heads up to aspiring authors and day drinkers alike: Orlando's Bookmark It bookstore will host a PUB* Crawl on Sunday, March 29, but take note of the asterisk. "PUB" here is shorthand for "publishing," and attendees at the event will hop not between...
  • Thriving in Europe's most expensive cities

    Thriving in Europe's most expensive cities
    Mastery of Europe's major cities -- Rome, Paris, London, Vienna -- is the mark of a good traveler. Teeming with color, energy, and cultural vibrancy, these places -- while expensive -- richly reward the thoughtful traveler. There are plenty of ways to...
  • Matt Kemp lists his spring training spot for sale at $3.5 million

    Matt Kemp lists his spring training spot for sale at $3.5 million
    Matt Kemp may be on the move once again. The All-Star outfielder, traded by the Dodgers to the Padres in December, has put his home in Paradise Valley, Ariz., on the market for $3.5 million. A circular driveway with a fountain marks the entrance to...
  • Americans now must apply for an Egypt visa before travel

    Americans now must apply for an Egypt visa before travel
    Egypt: As of May 15, tourist visas will no longer be issued on arrival for U.S. travelers. Before travel, those wishing to visit the country instead must apply for one through the Egyptian diplomatic mission (Info: tinyurl.com/egyptvisa). The only...
  • Dao: The path to Asian cuisine

    Dao: The path to Asian cuisine
    The word "Dao" has many meanings including the Chinese word for road or path, sometimes referred to as Tao. The way to Dao Sushi & Thai Restaurant and Bar, which opened in October in the former Canoe Club and Johnny's Char-House building in Orland Park,...
  • Bootleggers, not for sale, opens in West Dundee

    Bootleggers, not for sale, opens in West Dundee
    The opening of Bootleggers Kitchen and Pub put to rest rumors that the West Dundee eatery wasn't going to open at all. It was listed for sale on an auction website. The ad said the newly remodeled restaurant, at 629 S. 8th St., was being sold for $950,...
  • Home of the Day: All the bells and whistles in Palos Verdes Estates

    Home of the Day: All the bells and whistles in Palos Verdes Estates
    A dry sauna, a shooting range/security room, a wall aquarium and a 2,500-bottle wine cellar with a reclaimed bank vault door highlight this amenity-packed contemporary in Palos Verdes Estates. The home invites year-round entertaining, with telescoping...
  • Harvey strip club owner seeks liquor license, wants to buy Blackjacks

    Harvey strip club owner seeks liquor license, wants to buy Blackjacks
    An adult entertainment club owner, seeking to buy Blackjacks and turn it into what she describes as a "high end" club, is making another effort to obtain a liquor license from Kane County. Deborah Diaz filed a new application for a liquor license at the...
  • Craft distilleries emerge in the Lehigh Valley

    Craft distilleries emerge in the Lehigh Valley
    In south Bethlehem, some entrepreneurs have put a new twist on an old building. A Prohibition-era bank has been recast as the Social Still — Northampton County's first distillery since the booze business was made legal again 82 years ago. Inside...