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  • Humans on humanity at the Chicago Humanities Festival

    Your dog romps on the same bed and dines at the same table as you do. So what separates you from your beloved pet? If you've ever wondered that question, the Chicago Humanities Festival hopes to enlighten you with its 24th annual fall festival line-up....
  • Jared Rouben to leave Goose Island brewpub for his own food-friendly brewery

    Jared Rouben to leave Goose Island brewpub for his own food-friendly brewery
    Jared Rouben seems to spend just as much time at the farmers market as he does at Goose Island's Clybourn brewpub, where he has been a brewer for four years. So it's not much of a surprise that the new brewery he plans to launch will focus on what he...
  • 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...
  • Rick Bayless makes delicious guacamole recipe on Morning News

    Rick Bayless makes delicious guacamole recipe on Morning News
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  • Sting added to Printer's Row Lit Fest

    Sting added to Printer's Row Lit Fest
    Having introduced the world to such colorful characters as a prostitute named Roxanne and a stalker who monitors “Every Breath You Take,” Sting will help launch a new Chicago-based storytelling initiative when he appears at the Chicago...
  • Review: Brindille

    Review: Brindille
    Review: Brindille 534 N. Clark St. 312-595-1616 Rating: !!! 1/2 (out of 4) Heating up Chef Carrie Nahabedian already has a nice restaurant. Naha, her Mediterranean-inspired contemporary American spot in River North, has netted her plenty of awards since...
  • Sunday, November 11, 2012

    5 - 5:30 a.m. The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter  5:30 - 6 a.m. Love Changes Life 6 - 6:30 a.m. The Lutheran Hour 6:30 - 11 a.m. Dean Richards  9:35 a.m.  Dean Richards continues his conversations with stars of Skyfall.  This morning, he...
  • 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...
  • Chicago Forward: Future of art in Chicago

    Chicago Forward: Future of art in Chicago
    The conversation crackled after Wednesday night's Chicago Forward program on the future of the arts in Chicago. “I thought this was an especially auspicious panel with views you don’t often hear,” Tribune arts critic and co-moderator...
  • 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’...
  • Red tape tangles chefs wanting to improve school lunch

    Red tape tangles chefs wanting to improve school lunch
    When top Chicago chefs visited a Northwest Side lunchroom this fall and found bags of Tostitos with ground meat as the main course, their first instinct was to roll up their sleeves and start cooking. Within a month, the group of chefs — who call...