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Boy, I’m sure glad we don’t discriminate in Dargan like they do in Chicago. I can hardly believe that Chicago politicians have openly suggested they not support a new franchise for Chick-fil-A in their town because of some voiced Christian...
The intersection of guns and mental illness To the editor: I am intrigued by George Michael’s response to the Aurora, Colo., movie massacre (Aug. 4). I certainly agree that the rapid police response saved lives, especially by preventing a...
Fine Food Delivery, which delivers food from local restaurants to Hagerstown residents, opened Nov. 1, 2011, in Hagerstown. Owners Austin and Dora King said they were sitting at home one night, exhausted and hungry, but tired of ordering pizza and...
One company was founded in Chicago by hungry software engineers, the other in New York by hungry lawyers. Both were looking to replace restaurants' paper takeout menus with Web-based technology. Now the two rivals are joining forces. GrubHub, one of...
Q: Was talking with a few friends the other day about restaurants we frequent often. It occurred to us that rarely do restaurants ever recognize your consistent patronage with a free app or drink. Are we living with bygone expectations? Thoughts? --...
A banner outside the nearly 5,000-square-foot building under construction on the northwest corner of 159th Street and 94th Avenue removes all doubt about the coming occupant. Pop's Italian Beef & Sausage, a popular local fast-food restaurant, is gearing...
CHICAGO (AP) — A manager of Chicago's Navy Pier rode the tourist spot's Ferris wheel for more than two days — 384 times, up and around — bringing the world record for the longest ride to the birthplace of the amusement park favorite. "I...
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SAN FRANCISCO -- In a bit of good news for the Obama administration -- which certainly could use some this month, what with brewing scandals over the IRS and other nasty headlines -- a San Francisco institution announced Monday that it will head east to...
There was a martial arts-themed restaurant named after Steven Seagal in River North in the early 1990s. Yes, that Steven Seagal. Yes, seriously. There’s a lot people don’t know about the city’s history with celebrity restaurants,...
Special to the Orlando Sentinel Age: 74. Family: Wife, Sandra; four children; and eight grandchildren. Where do you live: Leesburg for four years. How'd you meet your spouse? Through computer dating. It's been 43 years. Where did you grow up and...
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Having exhausted the foie gras/Kobe short rib/shaved trufflization of burger-swankifying, the foodie brain trusts decided the next great innovation in the hamburger arts will come from Japan: the mysterious fifth "taste" known as umami. Umami is so hard...
A plain-looking bus full of ticketed passengers pulled up to an ordinary Chicago street corner on Tuesday night and a couple of Nigerian women jumped on board. One was wary of the people on the bus and sat quietly, watching. The other, younger woman...
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