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  • Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town

    Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town
    Mini-review: Charlatan 1329 W. Chicago Ave. 312-818-2073 Rating: 2 1/2 (out of four) Take it or leave it Three Aces in Little Italy is a rare combination. It's a spot where you can play pool, toss back shots and then sop up the regret with fluffy...
  • 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...
  • A Chicago restaurants roundup: Right bites, big city

    A Chicago restaurants roundup: Right bites, big city
    Our apology to you: So many restaurants in the city, so little stomach capacity. Let us remedy that by recommending four recent openings within city limits we think are worth your consideration. Dove's Luncheonette My first exposure to Dove's...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • A Q&A with man behind Chicago's first Shake Shack

    A Q&A with man behind Chicago's first Shake Shack
    Shake Shack, the upscale New York burger shop from restaurateur Danny Meyer, is opening its first Chicago location on Tuesday. Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group runs a variety of restaurants in New York, including its first restaurant, Union Square...
  • Richard Schaal dies at 86; character actor was a Second City pioneer

    Richard Schaal dies at 86; character actor was a Second City pioneer
    Actor Richard "Dick" Schaal, a pioneer at the Second City comedy theater in Chicago and a familiar face from character roles on movies and television, including "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Rhoda," has died. He was 86. Schaal died Tuesday at the...
  • Dick Schaal, a Second City pioneer and former husband of Valerie Harper, dies at 86

     Dick Schaal, a Second City pioneer and former husband of Valerie Harper, dies at 86
    Richard "Dick" Schaal, a pioneer at the Second City comedy theater in Chicago, the former husband of the actress Valerie Harper and a familiar face from a plethora of character roles on movies and television, including "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and...