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  • Review: The Promontory

    Review: The Promontory
    The Promontory 5311 S. Lake Park Ave. West 312-801-2100 Rating: 3.5 (out of four) Heating up Starbucks, Five Guys Burgers, LA Fitness, Chipotle—there's no question that the Harper Court redevelopment has brought a number of shiny new chains to...
  • Restaurant review: Spiaggia ★★★★

    Restaurant review: Spiaggia ★★★&#9733
    This is not your father's Spiaggia. It isn't even Obama's Spiaggia. Chicago's finest Italian restaurant (and a favorite of You Know Who) closed for three months at the beginning of the year to accommodate a Mark Knauer redesign and send its about-to-...
  • Headed for wine country but no time to plan? CellarPass can help

    Headed for wine country but no time to plan? CellarPass can help
    It’s hard enough getting out of town for a jaunt to wine country, let alone finding the time to reserve winery visits and check any events you might be interested in.  If you don’t do some planning, though, you might be shut out from the...
  • Community: Resident turning 96 grew up on Dryden Street

    Community: Resident turning 96 grew up on Dryden Street
    When Dorothy Atkinson asked her caregiver to contact the newspaper about her 96th birthday, she didn't want a big fuss, she just wanted to let her Glendale friends know she's still around. The whole family will be getting together on Saturday to...
  • Dining scene: From spice-grilled chicken to raw zucchini puttanesca

    Dining scene: From spice-grilled chicken to raw zucchini puttanesca
    Fresh First 4520 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-900-3705, FreshFirst.com Chef Mary Siragusa and her daughter, pastry chef Francesca Siragusa, are celebrating the first anniversary of their organic eatery and juicery on Southeast 17th...
  • Oregon chardonnay: Hitting the high notes

    Oregon chardonnay: Hitting the high notes
    When I consider the world's various chardonnays, especially as they express themselves in hugely different styles given their place of origin, I think of the keyboard of a piano. Low-profile unoaked chardonnays, from very cool climates such as...
  • Roy Williams remembered

    Roy Williams remembered
    Hampton Roads wine-lovers lost a good friend with the death last week of Roy Williams. Williams, 77, wrote a wine column for the Daily Press that blended his passion and expertise for wines and the wine world. After retiring from the chemistry...
  • Understanding French culture

    Understanding French culture
    I love France -- it is one of Europe's most diverse, tasty, and exciting countries. It brims with the good life and a special appreciation for culture, music, art, food, and wine. But Americans can feel pretty dowdy when confronted with the casual...
  • Wine review: 2012 Tenuta Sarno '1860' Fiano di Avellino

    Wine review: 2012 Tenuta Sarno '1860' Fiano di Avellino
    Southern Italian wines are just beginning to get their due. It's been a long time coming. And the whites are less known than the sturdy reds. This Fiano di Avellino, a white from Tenuta Sarno in Campania (Naples is its capital) is a real stunner. I've...
  • Shrimp and Pesto Pasta

    Shrimp and Pesto Pasta
    The fresh flavors of asparagus and pesto combine beautifully with fettuccine and shrimp in a light and simple pasta dish that works for family or casual entertaining. Make it a meal: Serve with a tomato and arugula salad tossed with mustard-balsamic...
  • How to make a good classic sangria

     How to make a good classic sangria
    TheKitchn.com There is no doubting the power of sangria. Pull a pitcher from the fridge as party guests arrive and no one needs much encouragement to start pouring glasses. It feels fancy and instantly festive, but sangria is also one of the easiest big-...