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  • 20 area Halloween events for every taste

    20 area Halloween events for every taste
    Why waste a great Halloween costume on just one night of fun? With these 20 exciting Halloween events including creepy-crawly creatures, scary-good performances and kooky costume parties for a variety of tastes and ages, you're sure to have a goulish good...
  • Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Eat & Drink to the Beat Harris Theater 205 E. Randolph Drive 312-334-7777 Grab dinner from food trucks including Royal Cupcakes & Bakes, Tamale Spaceship and Giordano's; order a cocktail at the theater's bar; and catch a tribute to American...
  • Pounceys won't be charged for brawl

    The Sports Xchange Pounceys won't be charged for brawl NFL offensive linemen Mike and Maurkice Pouncey will not face prosecution from a July altercation at a Miami Beach nightclub. The twin brothers have been sued by a trio of plaintiffs who claim they...
  • Broward Season Preview events

    Broward Season Preview events
    Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. Halloween Spooktacular The City of Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department This Halloween event will include a costume contest, games, bounce houses, a giant cake walk, sweets booth, a hayride, goody bags, concession, and families...
  • Celebrate 'French Roots' cookbook from longtime Chez Panisse chef Jean-Pierre Moullé and his wife, Denise

    Celebrate 'French Roots' cookbook from longtime Chez Panisse chef Jean-Pierre Moullé and his wife, Denise
    Everybody who enjoyed Jean-Pierre Moullé's cooking at Chez Panisse during his storied 30-year tenure as executive chef at the iconic Berkeley restaurant has been waiting for this book for years. Moullé and his wife, Denise, have written “French...
  • Orlando Science Center: Neanderthal Ball gets rolling

    Orlando Science Center: Neanderthal Ball gets rolling
    Tickets are now on sale for the Neanderthal Ball, a fund-raiser for the Orlando Science Center and its youth programs, on Nov. 5. The event is known for its throwback style, with attendees encouraged to wear animal prints or go with full-on caveman/...
  • Naperville considers requiring ID scanners for bars

    Naperville considers requiring ID scanners for bars
    More Naperville bars may eventually be using ID scanners to help keep out underage and troublesome patrons. However, whether those scanners will be installed voluntarily and who will be paying for them remains to be seen. "If we can encourage our...
  • Farmstead Grill pleasantly surprises in Canton

    Farmstead Grill pleasantly surprises in Canton
    Canton Crossing — the 326,000-square-foot, 12-month-old shopping center in Southeast Baltimore — is convenient but not exactly exciting. As a resident living less than a mile away, I find myself there frequently, but almost always with...
  • Mike Lebovitz to film comedy album live at Timothy O'Toole's

    Mike Lebovitz to film comedy album live at Timothy O'Toole's
    Mike Lebovitz's name has helped define the stand-up comedy scene in Chicago. Since 2007, the comic's energy and unbelievably offbeat style has etched its way into audiences minds. And unlike so many grinding away here, he knows making an impact is tough...
  • Portland embraces 'green' image to boost exports

    Portland embraces 'green' image to boost exports
    In a glass tower topped with solar panels, wind turbines and rooftop gardens, a team of architects and planners who helped turn a once-moribund industrial tract into a trendy neighborhood in this river port town is crafting ways to bring street life and...
  • Small Bar to close Nov. 13

    Small Bar to close Nov. 13
    Bars come and bars go. But the demise of Small Bar on Division Street stings a bit more than the average bar closing. Phil McFarland’s bar at 2049 W. Division St. – the original partners are no longer part of the operation – opened...