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  • Pastor admits charging $50K on church's credit cards, gets 15 years

    Pastor admits charging $50K on church's credit cards, gets 15 years
    A former South Side pastor who ran up more than $50,000 in personal expenses on the church’s credit cards was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for theft, according to Cook County prosecutors and court records. Bernard Johnson, 47, who was...
  • The collaboration beers of summer

    The collaboration beers of summer
    If you seek out good food, you probably care about good beer, too. It's no different for Chicago restaurants, who increasingly are collaborating with local breweries on exclusive beers that are specific to just one restaurant or bar. "It's no question...
  • Restaurant fulfills long-time dream

     Restaurant fulfills long-time dream
    A new restaurant and bar in Homer Glen is the fulfillment of a childhood dream of its owner. "I always knew I was going to have a restaurant," said Ruben Pazmino, chef and owner of Rubi Agave Latin Kitchen, Tequila and Whiskey Bar, 12622 W. 159th St....
  • Spending: weigh online reviews carefully

    Before dropping a few hundred dollars on a fancy hotel room with rave online reviews, be sure that what you're reading is legitimate, and not the work of a hired writer or the business itself. As online review platforms such as Yelp and TripAdvisor become...
  • Citywide minimum wages fight poverty

    This is in response to "The $15 question; A pain, not a gain, for Chicago," by Michael Saltsman, research director at the Employment Policies Institute, which receives funding from restaurants, foundations and individuals. Saltsman has a lesson to teach...
  • Orland Park police reports: Fight at prayer center, marijuana possession, restaurant altercation

    Orland Park police reports: Fight at prayer center, marijuana possession, restaurant altercation
    The following items were taken from Orland Park police reports: A 29-year-old Oak Lawn man was charged with disorderly conduct, and a 28-year-old Chicago man was charged with battery following an altercation at a restaurant at the Orland Square Mall...
  • Chicagoland native Michael Novak soars with the Paul Taylor Dance Company

    Chicagoland native Michael Novak soars with the Paul Taylor Dance Company
    For Michael Novak, the performing arts have come full circle. As a kid growing up in Rolling Meadows, Ill., he was bitten by the stage bug when he attended his first theatrical performance: "The Phantom of the Opera" at The Auditorium Theatre in Chicago....
  • Mike Ditka named spokesman for Al's Beef

    Mike Ditka named spokesman for Al's Beef
    Chicago Bears legend Mike Ditka is the new spokesman for Al’s Beef and Nancy’s Pizza.   In a partnership that seems right out of a Saturday Night Live "Superfans" skit, Da Coach was introduced Tuesday at the site of a new Al’s Beef...
  • Fast food workers plan to walk off jobs today

    Fast food workers plan to walk off jobs today
    CHICAGO - U.S. fast food workers seeking higher wages are planning a strike on Thursday that could affect thousands of restaurants across the country the workers say make huge profits from paying them workers a pittance. Between five to 10 Orlando-...
  • Culver's coming to Chicago, plans Wrigleyville restaurant

    Culver's coming to Chicago, plans Wrigleyville restaurant
    Culver’s, the Wisconsin-based "Butter Burger" and custard chain with dozens of locations in the Chicago suburbs, plans to open its first restaurant in the city early next year. The store is planned for 3500 N. Clark St., in Chicago's Wrigleyville...
  • 30 dishes to eat while visiting Chicago

    30 dishes to eat while visiting Chicago
    You've already waited in line for popcorn at Garrett. You've endured verbal abuse at The Wieners Circle. And you've devoured the Chicago classic that is the Italian beef sandwich (Al's #1 and Johnnie's being the best, depending on who you ask). So...