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  • Editorial: Minimum wage hike imperils Chicago job creation

    Editorial: Minimum wage hike imperils Chicago job creation
    "The repeated failure of well-intentioned programs is not an accident. The failure is deeply rooted in the use of bad means to achieve good objectives." — The late University of Chicago economist Milton Friedman   Before we mull what hiking...
  • Cheery starts to the day

    Cheery starts to the day
    Last year, Ina Pinkney closed her namesake restaurant, Ina's, in the West Loop after 33 years in business. She is now enjoying dining out for breakfast and highlighting places people might not know about in their neighborhoods, traveling around Chicago...
  • Questions after melee at Montrose Beach

    Questions after melee at Montrose Beach
    Edna Velazquez looked with frustration at the debris still scattered across the park at Montrose Beach Monday morning as a dozen seagulls picked at the six-pack rings and hundreds of bottle caps stamped into muddy grass. Velazquez was asked by Chicago...
  • Interview: Dad time is time well spent for ex-Cub Ryan Dempster

    Interview: Dad time is time well spent for ex-Cub Ryan Dempster
    Imagine you see former Cub Ryan Dempster leaving a restaurant in Chicago. He’s wearing the hard-to-miss World Series ring he won with the Boston Red Sox last year and, like so many people would, you want to take a photo with it. It feels like just...
  • Taste of Chicago hoping Sunday provides rebound from Saturday rainout

    Taste of Chicago hoping Sunday provides rebound from Saturday rainout
    The sun shone bright and hot over Taste of Chicago on its final day Sunday as vendors hoped to rebound from a rare closure of the festival earlier in the weekend. There were few signs of the puddles and stagnant water that had forced the festival to...
  • The Promontory, River Roast to open Wednesday

    The Promontory, River Roast to open Wednesday
    Two eagerly anticipated restaurants will make their debuts on Wednesday. The Promontory (5311 S. Lake Park Ave.) is a restaurant and concert venue from Bruce Finkelman and Craig Golden, the duo responsible for Longman & Eagle and Dusek's. Jared...
  • Park Grill: Daley raised health issue, should disclose details

    Park Grill: Daley raised health issue, should disclose details
    Attorneys for a popular Millennium Park restaurant filed a motion Friday stating their case for making former Mayor Richard M. Daley disclose in open court the medical reasons that his lawyers say should prevent him from testifying in the city’s...
  • Deerfield considers ban on e-cigarettes

    Deerfield considers ban on e-cigarettes
    Deerfield expects by late summer to ban electronic cigarettes in public places, with an eye toward preventing underage smoking, especially if minors use the devices to inhale liquid marijuana. At a recent village board meeting, the council agreed...
  • 10 things you might not know about Chicago restaurants

    10 things you might not know about Chicago restaurants
    In honor of Taste of Chicago, running Wednesday through Sunday, let's take a look at the city's savory restaurants and their sometimes unsavory customers. Eat it up: 1/ Charlie Trotter, the influential Chicago restaurateur who died last year, once...
  • Bastille Day deals at Chicago restaurants

    Monday is Bastille Day, which commemorates the 1789 storming of the Bastille prison, launching the French Revolution. For Chicago's French restaurants, it's a day of celebration and dining deals. Bistronomic. Saturday through Monday, the Gold Coast...
  • Monroe County Historical Society honors the late Fred Waring

    A nationally known band leader in the mid-1900s, a local legend and an innovator of a popular kitchen blender all aptly describe Fred Waring, who proudly called Shawnee-on-Delaware and Pennsylvania his home. Memorabilia will be on display for the exhibit...