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  • Western Springs a small town with lots to offer

    Western Springs a small town with lots to offer
    Covering only 2.62 square miles, Western Springs is small in size but has many things commuters want from a bedroom community. Streets canopied by old trees. A busy downtown within walking distance of every house. A diverse housing stock. Plenty of...
  • Fixed menu at Vie for $35 next week

    Next week Vie, chef Paul Virant's Michelin-starred restaurant in Western Springs, will offer a three-course menu for $35 as part of a weeklong promotion by Yelp. A wine pairing will be available for an extra $15. What's on the menu? Crispy parisienne...
  • Downstate plates

    Downstate plates
    No longer is Chicago just "the best place to eat between New York and San Francisco," but now it is endorsed by outsiders as one of the finest dining cities in the world. The Michelin Guide's entry into Chicago last November, plus Alinea's No. 6 ranking...
  • Bel-Air mansion built for Iris Cantor sells for $40 million

    Bel-Air mansion built for Iris Cantor sells for $40 million
    La Belle Vie, the mammoth Bel-Air residence built in 1993 for philanthropist Iris Cantor by her husband, Bernard Gerald Cantor, has sold for $40 million, public records show. The sale is one of the highest this year in Los Angeles County. The mansion had...
  • Top chef Virant takes lead at Perennial

     
    Shocking news, restaurant-watchers. Vie's Paul Virant will be splitting his time between his Western Springs digs to cook in the heart of Lincoln Park at Perennial....
  • Etsy artists use Wicker Park as launchpad

     
    Chicago-themed art—from paintings to photographs to sculpture—is easy to find. The lakefront and skyscrapers are all right, but there's plenty to be inspired by further west....
  • Perennial Virant, now open

     
    The experts at Grub Street Chicago advise us mere mortals on what to eat at Perennial Virant, now open: Talk about a quick turnaround. In late February, the Boka Restaurant Group surprised us all by pulling in chef Paul Virant (of the acclaimed Vie in...
  • Justin McLeod's Blog

    Justin McLeod's Blog
    August 15 Goodbye They say all good things must come to an end.  With that, I'm leaving WDBJ and the news business.  I've accepted a position as the community relations coordinator for Roanoke City Schools.  There are several reasons why I'm switching...
  • Faith and Life: Collaboration is good for us

    Collaboration. What does that word mean, exactly? One definition is “to work together on a common enterprise or project.” I was at a conference this past weekend put on by Harvard University on Attention Deficit Disorder. We sat for hours...
  • Kohler is awash in history, but that's not the best part

    Kohler is awash in history, but that's not the best part
    KOHLER, Wis. — If the words "company town" bring to mind mean-spirited, penny-pinching bosses bereft of benevolence, then it's unfair to use that term to describe Kohler. Regardless of the label, though, this is clearly a town that the Kohler family...
  • Our Laguna: Laguna says 'bonjour!'

    The youth of sister cities Laguna Beach and Menton, France, cemented relations this week. The Laguna Beach Sister Cities Assn. entertained students from Menton and their two chaperones with dinners at local restaurants, field trips, some free time to...