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  • Re-done Wrigley Field a selling point for Cubs

    Re-done Wrigley Field a selling point for Cubs
    PHOENIX — Imagine the looks on the faces of executives and agents if the Cubs had new manager Joe Maddon pull up to the front of the swanky Arizona Biltmore in the RV he calls the "Cousin Eddie. Maddon could stroll into the lobby and plop down...
  • Grace gets a third Michelin star; Alinea repeats

    Grace gets a third Michelin star; Alinea repeats
    There's a new Michelin three-star restaurant in town. Grace, featuring the highly acclaimed chef Curtis Duffy, received the coveted top rating in the Michelin Guide Chicago 2015, whose selections were announced Tuesday.  Grace joins Alinea, which...
  • Clare Vivier opens store in Santa Monica

    Clare Vivier opens store in Santa Monica
    Handbag designer Clare Vivier opened a new Clare V. store in Santa Monica on Tuesday. Like her Silverlake flagship and Nolita boutique, Vivier's new store was designed by architect Barbara Bestor. It features a custom mural by artist Simone Shubuck....
  • Broward County arts education celebrated with 'ArtsED Forever!'

    Broward County arts education celebrated with 'ArtsED Forever!'
    On Nov. 5, students from local schools performed at Broward County's 29th annual “ArtsED Forever!” arts education ceremony. The event took place at Broward Center for the Performing Arts and celebrated the arts community - teachers,...
  • Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city

    Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city
    On weekends, the Chicago History Museum is not stuffed to bursting with newcomers to the city, but it ought to be. One of the highest best uses of the information-rich institution at the south end of Lincoln Park is its ability to ground people in the...
  • Bondi defends herself over lobbyist ties

    Bondi defends herself over lobbyist ties
    TALLAHASSEE — Attorney General Pam Bondi adamantly defended herself Wednesday when questioned about news reports suggesting she has cozy relationships with out-of-state lobbyists and corporate lawyers. "No lobbyist, no person, no corporation, no...
  • Panel says state can't intervene in concealed-weapon appeal

    A federal appeals court decided Wednesday that California has no legal right to challenge a ruling that prevents counties from imposing strict requirements on carrying concealed weapons in public. The decision was another victory for gun rights...
  • New dinner theater set to debut in the Dells

    New dinner theater set to debut in the Dells
    As a serial theatrical and banquet entrepreneur of the old school, Anthony Tomaska has had his hits — such as the hugely profitable Chicago production of "Tony n' Tina's Wedding," which ran for more than a decade at Piper's Alley. And he's had his...
  • Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance

    Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance
    Hartford Stage will be entertaining a special audience for those on the autism spectrum for one performance of "A Christmas Carol — A Ghost Story of Christmas." The theater will host its first a "sensory-friendly" performance of its annual holiday...
  • Lucas Museum design an architectural mountain on city's lakefront

    Lucas Museum design an architectural mountain on city's lakefront
    If you expected filmmaker George Lucas to give Chicago a low-slung museum that would slip quietly into the fiercely contested ground of the city's lakefront, I have news for you: You expected wrong. A conceptual plan for the proposed Lucas Museum of...
  • Post-election arrogance?

    Post-election arrogance?
    Oh, the arrogance of power. The top Maryland lobbyist for telecom giant Comcast couldn't even wait for the dust to settle after Election Day to start bashing Maryland lawmakers. At a Chamber of Commerce luncheon talk right after Larry Hogan's victory,...