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  • Antonia Lofaso: Scopa and Black Market chef, and 'Busy Mom'

    Antonia Lofaso: Scopa and Black Market chef, and 'Busy Mom'
    Antonia Lofaso is chef and partner at Scopa Italian Roots in Venice and at Black Market Liquor Bar in Studio City, but she started her culinary career making corn dogs at Hot Dog on a Stick in the Sherman Oaks Galleria and as a host at Chin Chin in Studio...
  • Reader: Governor should ask all politicians to take a pay cut

    Consider cuts: Wouldn't it be refreshing if Governor Rauner had politicians, past and present, take a cut of 25 percent in their salaries and pensions? Include the presidents of universities as well. To pee or not to pee: I live in the Terrace. This...
  • Dining options for 'Book of Mormon' theatergoers

    Dining options for 'Book of Mormon' theatergoers
    'The Book of Mormon" reopened in Chicago for a second run Feb. 24 in the Bank of America Theatre, drawing a couple of thousand people each day (except Monday) to the Loop. Quite a few of them will arrive hungry. Add in the multitudes with tickets for...
  • Baltaire steakhouse opens in Brentwood with steaks and tableside Dover sole

    Baltaire steakhouse opens in Brentwood with steaks and tableside Dover sole
    Baltaire, an ultra-luxe new steakhouse by the team behind Coral Tree Cafe, Red Room Food & Wine Bar and Comoncy coffee boutique, is now open in Brentwood. Think dark wood, plush leather armchairs, white marble countertops and a lounge with a fireplace. ...
  • Little Village student named Chicago's Youth of the Year

    Little Village student named Chicago's Youth of the Year
    Laura Ambriz, who spent her early years in a sleepy town of 200 people in Michoacan, Mexico, never thought she would make it through high school. She didn't see much of a future for herself outside of the small restaurant kitchen where her parents...
  • Prosecutors: 3,000 LINK cards used to buy 'massive amounts' of candy, energy drinks

    Prosecutors: 3,000 LINK cards used to buy 'massive amounts' of candy, energy drinks
    A southwest suburban man used more than 3,000 LINK cards to steal almost $1 million in government funds, purchasing "massive amounts of energy drinks and candy" and selling them to West Side stores, officials said. Wael S. Ghosheh, 46, has been...
  • A look at US Sen. Kirk's potential 2016 Democratic rivals

    Several Democrats have said they are considering a challenge to Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk in 2016. Here is a brief look at each of them: ___ U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos of East Moline A former journalist and city council member, Bustos defeated...
  • Barrington resident named executive for Chicago's top tourism bureau

    Barrington resident named executive for Chicago's top tourism bureau
    Barrington resident Marc Anderson has a long-standing affinity for the Windy City and he has dedicated his career to bringing more and more visitors from around the world to see and experience Chicago. In recognition of that fact, Anderson, 44, was...
  • Speak Out

    Bob from Oak Forest must still be believing Scott Walker's campaign promises when he ran for governor of Wisconsin. While he has fulfilled his promise to break the state employee unions, it has been done at the state's expense. Less pay to people means...
  • Chicago reservation apps offer access to exclusive restaurants

    Chicago reservation apps offer access to exclusive restaurants
    Tired of waiting forever to eat at a high-end restaurant? There's an app for that. As diners grow more inclined to squeeze their way into restaurants that have made a name for shutting people out, companies have responded with a handful of websites...
  • St. Patrick's Day drink guide

    St. Patrick's Day drink guide
    Forget the green beer: This year, Chicago restaurants are serving some pretty crafty St. Patrick's Day drink specials, from minty milkshakes to whiskey concoctions. Aria: This sushi restaurant (200 N. Columbus Dr., 312-444-9494) will feature a cocktail,...