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  • Recalling a steeper stock market plunge

    Recalling a steeper stock market plunge
    Despite the wild ride our retirement accounts took this month, knock wood it wasn't the week that was — in October 1929. On Tuesday, Wall Street rallied, at least temporarily, and then yo-yo'd through the week. On Oct. 29, 81 years ago, the...
  • James Beard Award-nominated pastry chef Patrick Fahy leaving Blackbird

    James Beard Award-nominated pastry chef Patrick Fahy leaving Blackbird
    Patrick Fahy, the James Beard Award-nominated pastry chef at Blackbird and Avec, will be leaving his post next month. Fahy wasn’t ready to divulge his future plans, but he said he hopes to stay in Chicago restaurants or hotels. Fahy said he would...
  • How RJ Grunts (and other Chicago restaurants) got its name

    How RJ Grunts (and other Chicago restaurants) got its name
    What’s in a name? For recent James Beard Award-winning restaurateur Rich Melman, it began 40 years ago with an involuntary emission of sound, which led to his restaurant empire. Here's the story of how RJ GruntsĀ and other notable restaurants...
  • Despite Craft Beer Week confusion, there's plenty to drink

    An astute reader emailed yesterday to ask why this story in Thursday's newspaper, about the Chicago Craft Beer Week events I'm most eagerly anticipating, included happenings notĀ listed on the official CCBW web site. I'll try to keep the explanation...
  • Don't think of Portugal as side trip

    Don't think of Portugal as side trip
    Travel due east across the Atlantic from New York, and the first country you'll encounter is Portugal. But it's often an afterthought for most Americans — a side trip if there's spare time after visiting Spain, its bigger neighbor. With its...
  • Asia travel: Five trends to watch

    Asia travel: Five trends to watch
    Geopolitics. Rhinoplasty. Who knew those would be among the hottest topics in Asia for 2011? It was news to me, and I've been going back and forth to Asia for a quarter-century, with trips to Japan and China last year alone. To see what the Asia...
  • For many with disabilities, a 'dream come true'

    When Stanley Ligas talks about moving out of the 96-bed facility where he has lived for years and into a small, community-based home for people with developmental disabilities, he describes it like this: "You know how Jiminy Cricket sings, 'When you wish...
  • DuPage sheriff's campaign relies heavily on deputy support

    DuPage sheriff's campaign relies heavily on deputy support
    DuPage County Sheriff John Zaruba has amassed the biggest campaign war chest of any sheriff in Illinois — thanks in part to cash given by deputies he oversees. His deputies also have gathered petitions for his campaign, kept vandals away from pro-...
  • Berenstain Bears remain faithful

    The Berenstain Bears, author Mike Berenstain is quick to admit, are late adopters. Brother Bear and Sister Bear are more likely to play a game of hopscotch than Angry Birds. And tweeting doesn't appear to have arrived in Bear Country as of yet. "We deal...
  • Chicago first, New York last in Honest Tea 'experiment'

    It's official: Chicago is the most honest city in all the land. As part of a "social experiment" yesterday, Honest Tea put out tables of their organic tea in 12 cities with a suggested price of $1 per bottle and watched people via hidden camera. When the...
  • Food safety campaign rolls out nationwide this week

    Food safety campaign rolls out nationwide this week
    One ad shows a pig in a sauna. Another reads: “Fresh Bacteria Casserole. MMMM.” While still another reads: “Now Serving Salmonella, With a Side of E. Coli.” The ads may seem odd and offbeat, maybe even funny. But their messages...