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  • Restaurant reviews: Acanto, Vistro

    Restaurant reviews: Acanto, Vistro
    In August, restaurateurs Billy Lawless and Paul Virant separately opened casual concepts aimed at very specific audiences. Lawless, who owns The Gage and The Dawson, closed Henri, his fine-dining French restaurant, in June to create the more...
  • Vote today, get Election-Day freebies in Chicago

    Vote today, get Election-Day freebies in Chicago
    Shouldn't exercising your right to vote be enough of a personal reward today? Several Chicago-area stores and restaurants don't think so. They're giving voters freebies all around Chicago for performing their civic duty. So whether you've already...
  • Specialty foods firm to relocate to Des Plaines

    Specialty foods firm to relocate to Des Plaines
    Some of Chicago's most famous restaurants will soon receive artisanal meats, truffles and mushrooms from a warehouse on Rawls Road in Des Plaines. D'Artagnan, a New Jersey-based company that specializes in providing high-end restaurants with...
  • 3 workers injured, 1 killed after brick facade falls from building

    3 workers injured, 1 killed after brick facade falls from building
    A 44-year-old worker died and three others were injured Saturday afternoon when a brick facade fell from a West Lawn neighborhood building and injured workers, officials said. The accident happened shortly before 1 p.m., at a single-story commercial...
  • Kenneth H. Richardt, started parade in West Chicago

     Kenneth H. Richardt, started parade in West Chicago
    Kenneth H. Richardt was a longtime West Chicago business owner and a former alderman in the western suburb who is credited with helping create the parade that turned into the city's popular Railroad Days festival. Mr. Richardt, 95, died of congestive...
  • 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...
  • After busy year, Mariano's looking to make upgrades

    After busy year, Mariano's looking to make upgrades
    Mariano's is working on changes that customers may see in its supermarkets as well as some transformations that are happening behind the scenes after a busy year in which the chain more than doubled in size, founder Bob Mariano said Friday. Mariano's...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Mac & Cheese Fest happening this weekend

    Mac & Cheese Fest happening this weekend
    The Mac & Cheese Fest  kicks off the long season of comfort food tomorrow at the University of Illinois at Chicago Forum from noon to 3 p.m. For $50 (plus Ticketmaster fees, around $10), carbo-loaders and cheese heads can sample from a selection of...