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  • Sighting: Dave Chappelle hangs out at Underground and Double Door

    Sighting: Dave Chappelle hangs out at Underground and Double Door
    It’s safe to say Dave Chappelle is a fan of The Underground. The comedian and former “Chappelle’s Show” star hung out at the club following his appearance at Sunday’s Aahh! Fest in Union Park. Chappelle was spotted at The...
  • Chicago Halloween party guide

    Chicago Halloween party guide
    So much for hoping that Halloween plans would just manifest like a friendly spirit. Now Oct. 31 is here and you're about to be as disappointed as a trick-or-treater handed a toothbrush. Luckily, these 10 bashes either don't require reservations or have...
  • Boy's missing bionic arm, thought to have been stolen, found

    Boy's missing bionic arm, thought to have been stolen, found
    A bionic arm that went missing -- thought to be stolen from a car while its 16-year-old owner was at a class -- has been found. Samuel Luther was born without most of his left arm. While he has worn a prosthesis most of his life, it wasn't until last...
  • Berlin vs. Chicago: You be the judge

    Berlin vs. Chicago: You be the judge
    1. Chicagoans pick up their dogs' waste. Berliners pay a tax for the city to get the job done. Guess which city has the cleaner streets? 2. Berlin was divided until the Berlin Wall came down. Chicago will remain divided until the invisible walls between...
  • Chicago says goodbye to Hot Doug's

    Chicago says goodbye to Hot Doug's
    Friday, Oct. 3: That'll be the day the lines died. After 13 years serving more than 200 different sausages, including oddities like yak and rattlesnake, Doug Sohn will close Avondale's internationally famous encased meats emporium, his namesake Hot Doug's...
  • Wednesday food links: L2O closes, gluten anxiety

    Wednesday food links: L2O closes, gluten anxiety
    What I'm reading today, from the world of dining: - Chicago magazine is reporting that L2O, the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant with two Michelin stars, is closing at the end of the year to reconcept. Chef Matthew Kirkley stays on board, and the...
  • Restaurant review: Salero ★★★

    Restaurant review: Salero ★★★
    Salero is barely 2 months old, but it has Chicago's dining scene buzzing. The Spanish-inspired restaurant is the latest from Wood owner Franco Gianni, and like Wood, is run by executive chef Ashlee Aubin, who is becoming a force to be reckoned with in...
  • Chicago Gourmet: One tasty weekend

    Chicago Gourmet: One tasty weekend
    Dean Schmiedt, a 64-year-old pharmaceutical consultant from Fort Ripley, Minn., was all set to fly to Chicago Friday with his psychologist wife, Karleen, for their third straight Chicago Gourmet when they arrived at Minneapolis-St. Paul International...
  • Phil Vettel recommends: Chicago Marathon dining

    Phil Vettel recommends: Chicago Marathon dining
    The Bank of America Chicago Marathon will be run Sunday, and so naturally, restaurants near the marathon route (and some nowhere near the route) are jumping in with dining specials, not all of which are related to carbo-loading. Ceres' Table: Saturday...
  • Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn

    Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn
    Pasture to plate. Field to fork. The bandwagon to promote close-to-home products and ingredients is crowded with chefs who know a whiff of opportunity when they smell it. Occasionally, the distance between farm and table is measured in yards, not miles....
  • Lake Bluff rallies after butcher loses lease

    Lake Bluff rallies after butcher loses lease
    When Rick Harness learned he was losing the lease on his downtown Lake Bluff meat shop at the end of January, he expected his customers to express condolences then, well, forget about him, he said. What happened instead was a total surprise. As the...