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  • Lady Gaga dines at Lou Malnati's, Brian Dennehy speaking at Old St. Pat's, 'House of Consignment' trailer debuts

    Lady Gaga dines at Lou Malnati's, Brian Dennehy speaking at Old St. Pat's,  'House of Consignment' trailer debuts
    Lady Gaga was in Chicago over the weekend with boyfriend and "Vampire Diaries" actor Taylor Kinney, who is filming the Dick Wolf pilot "Chicago Fire" in the city this month. The couple dined at Lou Malnati's in River North Sunday night. They ordered...
  • With Rick Bayless in 'Cascabel' at Lookingglass, food really becomes theater

    With Rick Bayless in 'Cascabel' at Lookingglass, food really becomes theater
    Rick Bayless is adding another leaf to his already formidable repertoire of celebrity chef, researcher, author, TV host and all-around culinary entrepreneur focused on the cuisine of Mexico. Next spring, Bayless will be the live-and-in-person star of a...
  • Rejected Rick Bayless theatrical productions

    Rejected Rick Bayless theatrical productions
    So Rick Bayless is starring in a theater production. The Lookingglass Theatre announced  Tuesday that the Frontera Grill/Topolobampo chef will be the star of "Rick Bayless in Cascabel," a circus show set in a Mexican boarding house in the 1940s. Bayless,...
  • Wilco is maturing, but it is not growing soft

    Wilco is maturing, but it is not growing soft
    It was three days before Wilco was scheduled to leave Chicago to start its tour, and the band was running through songs on its newest album, "The Whole Love." Next up was "One Sunday Morning," a 12-minute cut that is at once the most traditional tune on...
  • Chicago's top chefs hold garage sale, bake-sale benefit

    Garage sales with mismatched glassware and old power tools are pretty common. The garage sale scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Michelin-starred NAHA restaurant will be anything but common. Dubbed the Culinary Garage Sale & Bake Sale, bargain...
  • Seafood fraud widespread in N.Y., probe finds

    Seafood fraud widespread in N.Y., probe finds
    This post has been corrected. See note below. There's a good chance that the white tuna sashimi served up at your favorite Manhattan sushi joint isn't white tuna at all. Instead, 94% of the fish labeled as white tuna in New York turned out to be...
  • From gypsies to Mormons, the big stories of 2012

     From gypsies to Mormons, the big stories of 2012
    As 2012 draws to a close, let's take a look back at the year in Chicago theater. January started with a roar — Klea Blackhurst doing Ethel Merman doing "Gypsy" at the Drury Lane Theatre. Twyla Tharp, an artist who refuses to stop reworking her...
  • Lady Gaga sightings in Chicago -- lots of restaurant visits but, curiously, not a lot of clubs

    Lady Gaga sightings in Chicago -- lots of restaurant visits but, curiously, not a lot of clubs
    What do Chicago restaurants Spiaggia, Table Fifty-Two, Girl and the Goat and Topolobampo have in common? They all feature former “Top Chef” and “Top Chef Masters” contestants in their kitchens. And, not coincidentally, they’...
  • Arts, and health of city's soul

    Arts, and health of city's soul
    It is rare indeed to find such illustrious cultural names sharing a panel: Michelle Boone, Chicago's Commissioner of Cultural Affairs; Rick Bayless, the famous chef and one of Chicago's most important cultural entrepreneurs; Jeanne Gang, the hugely...
  • All the kitchen's a stage: Why Chicago breeds great restaurants and theater companies

    All the kitchen's a stage: Why Chicago breeds great restaurants and theater companies
    Over the past 25 years or so, two surging art forms have elevated cultural Chicago on the global stage: theater and fine dining. Is this coincidence or correlation? I mean no disrespect to dancers, musicians or rockers, nor architects, painters, poets...
  • Chefs to serve as culinary diplomats

    Move over, all you Hillary Clinton and Henry Kissinger wanna-bes. Here come Chicago’s Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and Art Smith, along with 87 other renowned chefs, willing to perform a little kitchen diplomacy on behalf of the U.S. Department of...