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Taste of Chicago

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  • 9th annual Taste of Mount Dora April 25

     
    Fifteen of the Lake County's finest restaurants are participating in this year's Taste of Mount Dora. The sampling and socializing is from 5-8 p.m. Sunday April 25, 2010 at Lake Receptions, 4425 Highway 19A, Mount Dora, FL. Tickets are $35 advance and $40...
  • New Hyundai Spied in Chicago?

     
    We???ve joked before that automakers shouldn't drive by Cars.com HQ in a test car they don???t want photographed. Besides the hundreds of employees here with camera phones (thanks to our own Jacque Harper for these), there are also thousands of......
  • Video: What's the Dumbest Thing You've Ever Done in a Car?

     
    That???s the question we posed to unsuspecting folks as they headed to Taste of Chicago, a summer tradition in downtown Chicago with lots of food and music. The responses were mild to beyond wild. Who knew so many people have......
  • What???s the Weirdest Thing You???ve Ever Found in Your Car?

     
    Lindsay Bjerregaard and Tim Cadet are back at it again, this time asking everyday drivers the question above. Maybe the city is putting something in our water because these Taste of Chicago attendees??? answers range from curious to disturbing. Watch........
  • Danny Davis doing his best Bill Brady impersonation

     
    Interviewer Carol Marin pressed Chicago mayoral candidate and U.S. Rep Danny Davis for his ideas on how to bring the city's budget into balance during a one-on-one interview on WTTW-Ch. 11's "Chicago Tonight" last night. Note the gauzy lack of......
  • At last: Opening Day for Millennium Park

    Above a blighted, sunken site once occupied by railroad tracks and a gravel parking lot, what is arguably Chicago's most expansive outdoor cultural project since the Columbian Exposition of 1893 is finally open. Millennium Park, which cost more than $475...
  • Daley's lips sealed on truck scandal

    Though 15 months have passed since the first arrests in City Hall's Hired Truck scandal, Mayor Richard Daley said Wednesday he still doesn't know who in his administration installed the corrupt Angelo Torres as head of the trucking program. Describing...