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  • Natural Products Expo also explores beauty, supplements and more

    Natural Products Expo also explores beauty, supplements and more
    The Natural Products Expo West included more than food. There were personal-care products and supplements galore. Here are some highlights. SagaPro is a single herb supplement made from Icelandic angelica, which has been shown in controlled, double-...
  • Chicago aims to be world's greenest city on St. Patrick's weekend

    Chicago aims to be world's greenest city on St. Patrick's weekend
    Chicago is going for the title of "greenest city in the world" this weekend for the second year in a row. "We will have the most buildings lit up in green of any other city in the world," said Blair Ciecko, director of ShamROCK Chicago. "I don't think...
  • 8 bars near the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade

    8 bars near the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade
    The Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade steps off at Balbo and Columbus drives at noon on Saturday, March 14 and continues north on Columbus through Grant Park and ends at Monroe Drive. Friends don’t let friends end up at Bennigan’s by...
  • 11 bars near the St. Patrick's Day river-dyeing ceremony

    11 bars near the St. Patrick's Day river-dyeing ceremony
    The ceremonial dyeing of the Chicago River is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, March 14. The dyeing is best viewed from the following locations, according to event organizers: the east side of Michigan Avenue bridge, west side of Columbus bridge,...
  • 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...
  • Glastonbury edition community news

    G. Fox in the 1950s GLASTONBURY - The Welles-Turner Memorial Library and the Connecticut Historical Society are teaming up to bring you "From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: G. Fox Co. in the 1950s." On Thursday, March 19, 6:30 p.m. Joe Waxman, a volunteer...
  • Review: All'Acqua has bright Italian flavors with a lively atmosphere

    Review: All'Acqua has bright Italian flavors with a lively atmosphere
    All'Acqua is a buzzy place on a weekend night, cars spilling out of the parking lot, crowds milling, the soaring, open-kitchen restaurant, once the local branch of Acapulco, suffused with a happy roar. On cool nights, you can smell garlic, rosemary and...
  • Dining options for 'Book of Mormon' theatergoers

    Dining options for 'Book of Mormon' theatergoers
    'The Book of Mormon" reopened in Chicago for a second run Feb. 24 in the Bank of America Theatre, drawing a couple of thousand people each day (except Monday) to the Loop. Quite a few of them will arrive hungry. Add in the multitudes with tickets for...
  • St. Patrick's Day celebrations are richer than green beer

    St. Patrick's Day celebrations are richer than green beer
    St. Patrick's Day is Tuesday. This may come as a shock to those of you who chose to jump the holiday by a few days to partake of the many celebrations, drink specials and subsequent hangovers that have been amply available. That's how it is here. More...
  • Palatine asks voters to weigh in on video gambling

    Voters in Palatine will weigh in on whether the village should allow video gambling during the April election. Village council members placed a referendum on the ballot asking whether the village should consider allowing video gaming at restaurants...
  • Bethlehem's Parade of Shamrocks canceled

    Bethlehem's Parade of Shamrocks canceled
    The Celtic Cultural Alliance has cancelled its Parade of Shamrocks and a free St. Patrick's concert by Kilmaine Saints scheduled for Saturday. The organization said the predicted heavy rain and winds resulted in many featured bands to cancel,...