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  • Online poll: Longwood Gardens has best restrooms in U.S.

    Online poll: Longwood Gardens has best restrooms in U.S.
    Children who know they are visiting Longwood Gardens can be forgiven for not going to the bathroom before they leave the house. After all, going to the bathroom is one of the highlights of visting Longwood. So it was no surprise Wednesday when Longwood'...
  • Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?

    Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?
    When Hot Doug's closed its doors in October, Chicago lost its greatest argument for waiting in line for food. The hysteria of its final month caused freethinking people to stand 12 hours for a hot dog. Now that Doug's is but a wiener figment in our...
  • Catch of the day: National Seafood Month

    Catch of the day: National Seafood Month
    Florida ranks among the Top 12 states for fresh seafood production, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Commercial fishers in the Sunshine State catch more than 84 percent of the nation's supply of grouper, pompano,...
  • Birthday dining in Chicago

    Birthday dining in Chicago
    Q: My family and I are celebrating several family birthdays next week. We're all big fans of trying new restaurants. Any suggestions for the Uptown/Andersonville/Lincoln Square or surrounding areas? We live around Andersonville so have tried a lot there....
  • 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...
  • Burger joints stacking up in Chicago

    Burger joints stacking up in Chicago
    The Chicago burger market is getting more crowded, as well-known chains plant their stakes, aiming to prove that there is plenty of room to grow in McDonald's backyard. Checkers, a drive-thru-focused fast-food chain, says Chicago is one of its main...
  • After busy year, Mariano's looking to make upgrades

    After busy year, Mariano's looking to make upgrades
    Mariano's is working on changes that customers may see in its supermarkets as well as some transformations that are happening behind the scenes after a busy year in which the chain more than doubled in size, founder Bob Mariano said Friday. Mariano's...
  • Mario Batali's Eataly heading to Westfield Century City; it's 'official'

    Mario Batali's Eataly heading to Westfield Century City; it's 'official'
    Mario Batali, Joe Bastianich and company will be opening a Southern California branch of Eataly, their popular Italian food court/grocery store, at the Westfield Century City shopping mall in early 2017. After months of rumors, in an email Tuesday...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Mac & Cheese Fest happening this weekend

    Mac & Cheese Fest happening this weekend
    The Mac & Cheese Fest  kicks off the long season of comfort food tomorrow at the University of Illinois at Chicago Forum from noon to 3 p.m. For $50 (plus Ticketmaster fees, around $10), carbo-loaders and cheese heads can sample from a selection of...