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  • Word of the year: vape, says Oxford

     Word of the year: vape, says Oxford
    You're not alone in thinking e-cigarettes have made a push into the mainstream this year. The wordsmiths at Oxford Dictionaries think the trend is so significant that they've named "vape" the word of 2014. The meaning of the word is, "to inhale or...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Eat this: Duck bacon truffled poutine

    Eat this: Duck bacon truffled poutine
    Duck bacon truffled poutine: The most unexpected poutine on Chicago's West Side can be found in Lawndale, in a restaurant with a bulletproof takeout carousel. Here, at the nearly 3-month-old Crazy Bird Chicken, I was served a heaping mound of french fries...
  • The Grenadines: Safer sailing in numbers

     The Grenadines: Safer sailing in numbers
    As a 10-year veteran of sailing Chesapeake Bay and some other amazing waters around the globe, it's hard to name a favorite spot. But the Tobago Cays rank right up there. The Tobago Cays are an area with a 1,400-acre sand-bottom lagoon of crystal...
  • Thanksgiving made easy by Chicago restaurants

    Thanksgiving made easy by Chicago restaurants
    Here are a few Chicago restaurants that will feed you for $25 or less—just be sure to tip generously—it is a holiday, after all). Reserve a spot early! »   The Chicago Diner, 3411 N. Halsted St. The Lakeview location of this legendary...
  • 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...
  • Jane Byrne's lasting impact on culture in Chicago

    Jane Byrne's lasting impact on culture in Chicago
    As anyone who watched her before, during and after her four tumultuous years as mayor of the city of Chicago would know, Jane Byrne was great theater: unpredictable, comic, dramatic. But behind that show, she also displayed a deep appreciation for the...
  • Sue Gin, in her own words

    Sue Gin, in her own words
    In November 1993, the Tribune’s Sunday Magazine published an interview with Sue Gin in her own words, as told to freelance journalist Mel Novit. Gin died Friday at 73, leaving behind her legacy of inspiration and perseverance. I was a passenger on...
  • Blotter: Phone scams in Glenview

    Blotter: Phone scams in Glenview
    The following items were taken from Glenview police reports: A resident in the 3700 block of Lindenwood Lane received a call Sept. 23 purportedly from the IRS about back taxes, but knew it was a scam and contacted police. The fuel door on a car...