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  • Lunch with Emeril, Pigs n' Tiki, big-name chefs added to Chicago Gourmet

    Lunch with Emeril, Pigs n' Tiki, big-name chefs added to Chicago Gourmet
    A few special events have been added to Chicago Gourmet, which runs Sept. 25-27 in Millennium Park, and tickets for two of them go on sale Thursday.
  • Takashi Murakami coming to Ibiza, thanks to Guy Laliberte

    Takashi Murakami coming to Ibiza, thanks to Guy Laliberte
    The psychedelic pop art of Takashi Murakami is coming to the Spanish island of Ibiza this summer thanks in large part to one of the artist's biggest fans -- Guy Laliberté, the billionaire co-founder of Cirque du Soleil. Murakami's work -- known for...

    Tickets on sale for August's inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival

    Tickets on sale for August's inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival
    Another star-studded food and wine festival is headed to Chicago, this time in August, and tickets are going on sale today. Call it Chefapalooza. I certainly plan to. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. for the inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival,...

    James Beard Awards Gala marks silver anniversary

    James Beard Awards Gala marks silver anniversary
    Bold-faced names of the culinary world converged on the Lyric Opera House to attend the James Beard Foundation Awards and Gala on May 4. More than 2,000 guests celebrated the 25th anniversary of the "Oscars of the food world," as well as its inaugural...

    On Theater: 'Fish' not quite ready to be consumed

    On Theater: 'Fish' not quite ready to be consumed
    If you're a connoisseur of Japanese seafood, particularly sushi, you might find South Coast Repertory's latest world premiere somewhat tasty, once you get beyond the ennui created by the meticulous preparation of fish as a theatrical device. It's called...