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  • 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,...
  • Sushi hot spot marks two years in downtown Libertyville

    Sushi hot spot marks two years in downtown Libertyville
    Asked how often she dines at Shakou, Gina Esperson laughs. "You mean my second home?" the Mundelein resident says. Esperson is one of countless fans responsible for making the downtown Libertyville Asian fusion restaurant a popular hot spot on the North...
  • Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant

    Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant
    Stephanie Izard (Girl & the Goat, Little Goat Diner) is preparing to open a third restaurant in Chicago's Market District. Duck Duck Goat (857 W. Fulton Market) will open sometime in the late summer, a few doors west of The Publican (and two blocks...
  • Schaible remains determined in 19th Ward election

    Despite losing to Matt O'Shea in the election for Chicago's 19th Ward four years ago, Anne Schaible is undeterred in her desire to represent the ward she's lived in her whole life. "I am still passionate about this ward a place my kids want to come...
  • 2nd Ward aldermanic race tops $1 million

    2nd Ward aldermanic race tops $1 million
    If money talks, it will have a lot to say in the new 2nd Ward come Election Day. More than $1 million has poured into the campaign coffers of the six candidates who want to represent the ward, which cuts across 13 North Side neighborhoods stretching from...
  • Ready for another Restaurant Week?

    Ready for another Restaurant Week?
    Are you ready for another Restaurant Week? Chicago Originals, a collection of independent restaurants in Chicago, begins its Restaurant Week Friday. Running through Feb. 28, the promotion features two dozen restaurants offering $32.15 dinners (number of...
  • Updated: Go meatless with these pepper and egg sandwiches

    Updated: Go meatless with these pepper and egg sandwiches
    I grew up Catholic, back in the days when that meant that every Friday was a meatless Friday (Catholic kids have it so easy these days). And my mom was an old-school Irish cook (killing germs was Job One) who did unspeakable things to fresh fish. And so I...
  • Felony Franks granted second chance in Oak Park

    Felony Franks granted second chance in Oak Park
    Felony Franks, the hot dog stand that employs ex-offenders, is re-opening in Oak Park Thursday. The original restaurant at 229 S. Western Ave. opened in 2009 and became irresistible for local media — “Food so good, it’s criminal”...
  • Presidio opens in former Bluebird space in Bucktown

    Presidio opens in former Bluebird space in Bucktown
    Presidio (1749 N. Damen Ave.) opens in Bucktown today in the space formerly occupied by The Bluebird. This is the first restaurant for owner Patrick Cullen, an attorney-turned-restaurateur and former bartender at Dragon Ranch, who will open the...