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  • Veterans Day specials at local restaurants

    Veterans Day specials at local restaurants
    Have military ID and are hungry? Veterans Day is Tuesday, and some local outposts of national chains are showing their gratitude by offering their grub gratis to military veterans. The specials are available all day, except for at Red Lobster, where you...
  • DryHop Brewers expands with Corridor Brewery and Provisions

    DryHop Brewers expands with Corridor Brewery and Provisions
    Since opening in 2013, Greg Shuff, the founder of DryHop brewpub, has been clear that he intended to expand his business. The obvious route would have been adding a collection of DryHop pubs across the city, and perhaps one day bottling and canning DryHop...
  • Do you still set your courses by the stars?

    Do you still set your courses by the stars?
    The Michelin Guide this week serves up its judges' annual assessment of Chicago-area restaurants. As always, it should be a hefty helping of red meat — or well-prepared portobello mushroom — for those whose mouths water at the prospect of...
  • Michelin Guide names 2015 Bib Gourmand Chicago winners

    Michelin Guide names 2015 Bib Gourmand Chicago winners
    The Michelin Guide announced the Chicago recipients of its 2015 Bib Gourmands, an award that sometimes comes with mixed emotions. Chefs and restaurateurs dream of receiving Michelin stars (Chicago's star winners will be announced next week). Bib...
  • O'Hare noise commission silent on voter referendums

    O'Hare noise commission silent on voter referendums
    This week's voter referendums on jet noise were the elephant in the room that officials did not address Friday during a meeting of the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission. Commission members instead went through the motions of conducting their...
  • 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...
  • Boomerang, a cherry liqueur with depth

     Boomerang, a cherry liqueur with depth
    Approachable. That's the idea behind Boomerang, the new cherry liqueur developed by Micah Melton, beverage director at The Aviary, Grant Achatz's high-concept cocktail kitchen. That's not to say the spirit isn't complex. It is. Boomerang features an...
  • 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...
  • Black Friday dining specials

    Black Friday dining specials
    A few million people will be hitting the stores Friday, scooping up deals on holiday gifts. And when it's time for a break, or for an apres-shopping meal, the deals don't stop then. Bar Toma: On Friday, any pizza with a glass of wine will be $20. 110 E....
  • 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...
  • Attorney appeals for breaks to pump milk during Illinois bar exam

    Attorney appeals for breaks to pump milk during Illinois bar exam
    By the time she sits for the Illinois state bar exam in February, Kristin Pagano will have spent more than $1,200 registering for the test and will have studied eight hours a day for months to commit to memory the case law and legal rules on everything...