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  • Bald Eagle Watch, Wilderness Weekend and other Midwest travel events

    Bald Eagle Watch, Wilderness Weekend and other Midwest travel events
    Illinois Jan. 17-18: Quincy Bald Eagle Watch. There will be outdoor viewing at Lock & Dam 21 and indoor exhibits and activities at the Oakley Lindsay Civic Center. 217-228-0890, tinyurl.com/n6mmlhn. Miles from Chicago: 310 Jan. 17-18: Winter...
  • Blotter: Strong-arm robbery on Chicago Avenue in Evanston

    Blotter: Strong-arm robbery on Chicago Avenue in Evanston
    The following items were taken from Evanston police reports: The side door window of a home was broken in a burglary in the 200 block of Grey Avenue between 6 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 11. A package delivered to a home was taken from the 1700 block...
  • Chicago Restaurant Week 2015 dates and restaurants announced

    Chicago Restaurant Week 2015 dates and restaurants announced
    Choose Chicago has released its list of 200-plus participating restaurants for 2015 Chicago Restaurant Week, running Jan. 30 through Feb. 12. To participate, restaurants serve fixed-price menus starting at $22 for lunch and $33 or $44 for dinner....
  • Best, worst of Chicago bars and restaurants in 2014

    Best, worst of Chicago bars and restaurants in 2014
    Any way you look at it, 2014 was a seriously tasty year. We went crazy for ramen and raw oysters. We even shelled out double digits for a single bottle of juice. Meanwhile, the Italian restaurants and craft breweries and fried chicken sandwiches just kept...
  • Redflex bagman pleads guilty in Chicago red light camera case

    Redflex bagman pleads guilty in Chicago red light camera case
    The bribe was paid over lunch at Schaller's Pump, a Bridgeport neighborhood institution and political stronghold across the street from the 11th Ward Democratic headquarters. The amount was disguised in a coded message: "8 page speed overview can be...
  • Upcoming events in Highland Park & Deerfield, Nov. 22-25

    Upcoming events in Highland Park & Deerfield, Nov. 22-25
    The holidays are upon us! Usher in the season with a festive tree-lighting ceremony, plus other can't-miss local events. Holiday kickoff Highland Park will be ushering in the holidays with its annual holiday tree-lighting ceremony from 3 until 5:30 p....
  • The great Chicago Italian beef hunt

    The great Chicago Italian beef hunt
    The final phase of my transformation into a full-fledged Chicagoan involves appreciating the Italian beef sandwich. Until now, I have neglected to give it my full appreciation. When I moved to Chicago 10 years ago, I had never even heard of the...
  • Google's Brian Fitzpatrick says he's got just the ticket for Alinea

    Google's Brian Fitzpatrick says he's got just the ticket for Alinea
    Brian Fitzpatrick, Google's first Chicago-based engineer and a leader in the company's work on censorship and government surveillance, is leaving the Internet giant to join chef Grant Achatz and business partner Nick Kokonas, the team behind Alinea,...
  • Owner of popular Evanston diner sues brother over future eatery

    Owner of popular Evanston diner sues brother over future eatery
    The owner of Sarkis Cafe, a popular, long-standing Evanston eatery, has filed a lawsuit against her brother, claiming he's "misrepresenting to the public" an affiliation to Sarkis with a new diner he's opening in Highland Park. Scott Jaffe spent about a...
  • Roseland group remains in full bloom

    Roseland group remains in full bloom
    A “kind of a gift” from Bonny Sandona to her husband George became the gift that keeps on giving for hundreds of people over the last decade. Sandona, 67, said she started the “Spaghetti-o’s,” a loosely knit club made up...
  • Illinois, Chicago could be on track for separate minimum wages

     Illinois, Chicago could be on track for separate minimum wages
    Illinois this week could be headed toward two minimum wages — one for Chicago and another for the rest of the state — amid a high-stakes political battle at City Hall and the Capitol. The City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday at a...