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  • Springbrook to debut golf fitness center

    Springbrook to debut golf fitness center
    Although golf may be only the tenth most favorite sport among fans in the U.S., Naperville area residents play nearly 70,000 rounds a year on the city's two Park District courses. That popularity has led to the recent creation of the Brooks Golf Academy...
  • Theater review: 'Putting It Together' from Winter Park Playhouse

    Theater review: 'Putting It Together' from Winter Park Playhouse
    With "Putting It Together," Winter Park Playhouse has assembled a nifty look at the music of acclaimed Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim. Written in the early 1990s, the show strings together  Sondheim's hits with the whiff of a storyline. The...
  • More than dinner: local restaurants with fun merchandise

    More than dinner: local restaurants with fun merchandise
    After Beck immortalized the Zankou T-shirt in his song “Debra,” it was all downhill for the typical cafe swag. Why settle for a pedestrian baseball cap when the restaurants of L.A. offer artisan ceramics and graphically inspired dinner plates?...
  • Lindsey Vonn is dating Tiger Woods, but doesn't like watching golf

    Lindsey Vonn is dating Tiger Woods, but doesn't like watching golf
    Lindsey Vonn is dating Tiger Woods, the world's most famous golfer, so she must like golf, right? Right? Well, it seems Vonn isn't completely infatuated with the game. While appearing on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," the Olympic skier was asked if...
  • Playhouse actor David Thome is "Putting It Together" in Sondheim musical

    Playhouse actor David Thome is "Putting It Together" in Sondheim musical
    David Thome’s eyes light up with he hears the name Sondheim. It’s as if a flood of fantastic memories hit him the second he hears the name of the legendary Broadway composer. “I grew up with Sondheim,” he said. “I feel like I...
  • The Battles of Lexington: City Paper goes deep inside and under Baltimore's oldest market

    The Battles of Lexington: City Paper goes deep inside and under Baltimore's oldest market
    A serpentine line of people waits to order one of Nancy Faidley Devine’s crab cakes at Faidley’s, the fish market her grandfather, John Faidley Sr., established at the Lexington Market in 1886. It snakes all the way down to the door that leads...
  • Parking improvements planned for 2015 BMW Championship

    Parking improvements planned for 2015 BMW Championship
    Improving the parking situation at Conway Farms Golf Club has emerged as a top item for organizers of this year's BMW Championship, as they look to build off what they say was a successful inaugural effort in 2013. From Sept. 14-20, Conway Farms will be...
  • Lincoln-Way East stands tall at net, beats Sandburg

    Lincoln-Way East coach Kris Fiore admitted the Griffins had struggled against some of their taller competition through the first month of the season. That's why a Monday night clash against Sandburg, a team with six players listed 6-3 or taller,...
  • 'Us, Naked: Trixie and Monkey' details lives of the acrobatic comedy burlesque duo

    'Us, Naked: Trixie and Monkey' details lives of the acrobatic comedy burlesque duo
    Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey have been performing elaborate, acrobatic comedy burlesque in Baltimore, and all over the country, for years now and if you’ve ever seen their show, you know how gaudily specatacular the duo, a real-life...
  • A bell tolls for a grim part of Chicago's past

    A bell tolls for a grim part of Chicago's past
    Surrounded by relics of the past, David Keller was as lively as could be. He was standing in a "Secret Lives of Objects" gallery on the second floor of the Chicago History Museum, where on display were things that had been long kept in the museum's...
  • Former Tiger Damion Easley lists custom estate at $5.5 million

    Former Tiger Damion Easley lists custom estate at $5.5 million
    Baseball fans, take note: A custom estate owned by former Angels and Tigers infielder Damion Easley has come to market in Glendale, Ariz., for $5.5 million. Commissioned by the retired ballplayer and built in 2005, the Tuscan-style contemporary features...