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  • How the job of alderman affects your daily life

    How the job of alderman affects your daily life
    From deciding whether a bar will open up on your street to facilitating the permit for your block party to voting on the mayor's proposals, your alderman has a say on the look and feel of your neighborhood. The city's 50 aldermen make up City Council,...
  • A Parade, Pub Crawls, Masquerades And More For Mardi Gras

    A Parade, Pub Crawls, Masquerades And More For Mardi Gras
    Shrove Tuesday is Feb. 17 this year, but the celebrations started early in the month. Here are some of the parties happening this week: >>A Mardi Gras parade steps off from Hartford's Pratt Street at 5:15 p.m. Feb. 17 featuring all the trimmings: beads,...
  • Gail Aglaia Givoglu: Restaurateur made patrons feel at home

    Gail Aglaia Givoglu: Restaurateur made patrons feel at home
    On the corner of Michigan Street and Osceola Avenue, in a small brick building with panels painted Mediterranean blue, a Greek woman welcomed patrons home. Inside were fresh flowers at each table, the radio turned to a Greek station, a deli case of...
  • Oak Park chamber's Foodie Fest kicks off second year

    Oak Park chamber's Foodie Fest kicks off second year
    Foodie Fest, the Oak Park area's take on restaurant week, debuts for the second year on Feb. 21. Cathy Yen, executive director of the Oak Park-River Forest Chamber of Commerce, said about 50 restaurants in Oak Park, River Forest, Forest Park and...
  • Brothers continue hot dog tradition

    Brothers continue hot dog tradition
    The restaurant name, menu and owners have changed, but at its core, it's still a hot dog place, albeit with a few more choices. Pineapple, cilantro and bleu cheese crumbles are offered as alternatives to ketchup and mustard. "We've upscaled the hot dog,...
  • Hawkers Asian Street Fare expanding to EDGE district of St. Petersburg

    Hawkers Asian Street Fare expanding to EDGE district of St. Petersburg
    Hawkers Asian Street Fare is expanding to the EDGE district of St. Petersburg. Currently operating eateries in Orlando and Jacksonville, the concept fuses Malaysian, Chinese, Vietnamese and Indian fare into an impressive menu. Hawkers management...
  • Familiar name pops up on Broadneck restaurant's menu

    Stephanie Regina was tired and a bit down. Her family's restaurant, Regina's, had closed on New Year's Eve. For 28 of its 32 years, Regina's had been a longtime staple of West Annapolis after it relocated from West Street. To its legions of loyal...
  • UConn's Coach Auriemma Expands His Restaurant Empire With Second Geno's Grille

    UConn's Coach Auriemma Expands His Restaurant Empire With Second Geno's Grille
    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma applies the same philosophy to his growing restaurant business as he does to his iconic coaching career. "The people around you help you be successful," says Auriemma, 60, who recently opened another of his...
  • Northwest Side White Castle a hot reservation on Valentine's Day

    Northwest Side White Castle a hot reservation on Valentine's Day
    What did you crave this year on Valentine's Day? Some of the toniest restaurants in Chicago couldn't compete with a fast food restaurant on one of the busiest nights of the year. Yes, romantics craved White Castle. "It's just … I can't even...
  • Why are ice cream stores open in the dead of winter?

    Why are ice cream stores open in the dead of winter?
    A few days after the Super Bowl Sunday blizzard, the temperature in Chicago upgraded to socks-moistening. Roads were a slushy gray; pedestrians everywhere played dirty snow hopscotch. In West Ridge, a steady flurry fell over a shop called Lickity Split,...
  • Drink up on National Margarita Day with these specials

    Drink up on National Margarita Day with these specials
    On the rocks, frozen, salted, sour or sweet, margaritas come in an array of styles and flavors, and several Chicago area establishments are celebrating Sunday’s National Margarita Day with deals. Bar Takito (201 N. Morgan St., 312-888-9485) and...