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  • 8/27: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard M. DOLORES BENVENUTO, 79, Melbourne, died Wednesday. Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne. BARBARA CORAGGIO, 67, Melbourne Beach, died Wednesday. Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne. NATIVA BUCHANAN RHODES, 79, Melbourne, died...
  • September 2: Music Lounge - Great Divide

    September 2: Music Lounge - Great Divide
    Great Divide Appearing: September 4 North Coast Music Festival Union Park 1501 W. Randolph Chicago www.greatdivideband.com
  • Top weekend shows: North Coast Music Festival, Psalm One

    Psalm One: One of Chicago’s most prolific and innovative MCs is back with a new self-released album, “Get in the Van, Vol. 3,” in which she aims squarely at the hips with beats that are even more aggressive and danceable than usual, 10...
  • Sighting: Jay Cutler at Paris Club, Lupe Fiasco at Chicago Cut Steakhouse

    Sighting: Jay Cutler at Paris Club, Lupe Fiasco at Chicago Cut Steakhouse
    The Bears' Jay Cutler, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" host Jeff Garlin and "Pardon the Interruption" co-host Michael Wilbon all dined separately at Paris Club Saturday. Bill and Giuliana Rancic -- who are set to open a restaurant with Paris Club owners RJ,...
  • Sighting: Rosie O'Donnell at Harry Caray's

    Sighting: Rosie O'Donnell at Harry Caray's
    Rosie O'Donnell and her daughter dined at Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse in River North Tuesday. O'Donnell signed a baseball for the Chicago Sports Museum at Harry Caray's Tavern at Navy Pier and added a #22 to it in honor of her jersey number in "A...
  • What if 1 million families enjoyed meals together?

    What if 1 million families enjoyed meals together?
    Dinner. Supper. Getting your grub on. Whatever you call it, for many American families the simple act of a family meal has become rocket science. Busy schedules often pre-empt the treasured ritual of sitting around a table and sharing a meal and...
  • Concert review: Fleet Foxes at Chicago Theatre

    Concert review: Fleet Foxes at Chicago Theatre
    “Why in the night sky are the lights hung?/Why is the Earth moving around the Sun?” So many questions, so few answers. At the Chicago Theatre on Friday in the first of two-sold-out concerts, Robin Pecknold and his band Fleet Foxes stood in...
  • Historic West Side church damaged in storm

    Historic West Side church damaged in storm
    One of the casualties of the Blizzard of '11 is an historic West Side church, where two Gothic-style towers came down, sending stone, bricks and parts of the truss roof of the church into the sanctuary. Rev. George W. Daniels, senior pastor of First...
  • Blizzard damage to historic church put at $1M

    The damage to a historic West Side church from the Groundhog Day Blizzard is estimated at more than $1 million, according to church officials. The storm battered the roof of First Baptist Congregational Church, 1613 W. Washington Blvd., as winds and...
  • Mildly autistic teen back home after reported missing

    Mildly autistic teen back home after reported missing
    UPDATE: Antwon Barr, 18, was located and was returned home safely, police said tonight. No additional information was released. An 18-year-old man missing from his West Side home is mildly autistic and police are seeking the public's help in finding him....
  • Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review

    Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review
    Day 2 of the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park is at an end, with another sell-out Saturday. Here’s how it went down, with reports from me (GK), my hard-working colleague Bob Gendron (BG) and video and editing from Kevin Pang. 12:48 p.m....