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  • High on this hog

    High on this hog
    As you peruse the menu of the Tipsy Boar, a gastropub that opened in January in downtown Hollywood, you'll find the restaurant is aptly named. Its menu is a gut-busting, beer-swigging delight. The Boar is the latest addition to the Hollywood restaurant...
  • Wedded: Ashley Valis and Jim Gillis

    Wedded: Ashley Valis and Jim Gillis
    Wedding date: May 4, 2013 Her story: Ashley Valis, 31, grew up in Baltimore. She is the assistant chief of staff for Gov. Martin O'Malley. Her mother, Beth Russell, is a director of marketing and sales, and her father, Jim Valis, is a sales director....
  • America is more than baseball and apple pie

    America is more than baseball and apple pie
    Bob Ehrlich's recent column claiming that multiculturalism destroys democracy takes a very Eurocentric view of America ("Multiculturalism is the enemy of democracy," June 2). It selectively glosses over some of the ugly things our nation has done on its...
  • Piece of the Revenue Pie Shrinking for Entertainment Creators

    Hollywood's creative community is trying to figure out the following anomaly: While distributors of entertainment are carving out an ever bigger slice of the revenue pie, the creators of entertainment have an ever shrinking one. If you're skeptical about...
  • Pasticceria Natalina's Natalie Zarzour to fill in at Black Dog Gelato

    Pasticceria Natalina's Natalie Zarzour to fill in at Black Dog Gelato
    Remember Natalie Zarzour? A few years ago, she was owner, chef and face of Pasticceria Natalina, the Andersonville bakery both lauded and pilloried for her uncompromising standards. You can read more about Zarzour in this 2010 profile I wrote, but her...
  • Duke Ellington rarity to launch Chicago Opera Theater season

    Duke Ellington rarity to launch Chicago Opera Theater season
    With one opera (Verdi’s “Giovanna d’Arco”) wrapping up its 2013 season in September, Chicago Opera Theater has announced its schedule for 2014. Once again, general director Andreas Mitisek is venturing off the beaten track to...
  • Online sales tax raises questions

    Online sales tax raises questions
    Regarding the Internet sales tax ("Online sales tax bill should be improved, and passed," May 16), I suppose that if I go to Delaware and purchase something and since I am from Maryland, shouldn't that retailer charge and forward the sales tax? What...
  • Mother's Day menu: A brunch young chefs and teens can prepare

    Mother's Day menu: A brunch young chefs and teens can prepare
    Here's a Mother's Day brunch menu idea that young kids and teens can help prepare. Omelet With Fresh Herbs, mixed green salad with vinaigrette, sliced French bread with sweet butter, Easy Jam Tart, coffee and fresh juice. Any time young people are in...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Salmon With Mango Salsa

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Salmon With Mango Salsa
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Salmon With Mango Salsa &...
  • The wilds of the Midwest

     The wilds of the Midwest
    Ten years ago, a woman living near Dallas, gripped by wanderlust and the sadness of impending empty-nest syndrome, went to a search engine and typed in "waterfalls" and "hiking." That's how I came to be sitting on a rock outcropping beside a river as it...
  • Reader photo: Worth it

    What's worth a pie in the face? Not too many things. But if it's to raise money to see a high school class graduate at the Hollywood Bowl? Worth it. Here, an instructor put his face in the way of danger to make sure his students graduate in style....