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It’s hard to predict what we can expect from Chicago’s celebrity scene in 2012. There could be another blockbuster movie coming our way (like “Man of Steel” in 2011) or one passing us over (“The Dark Knight Rises”). And...
TribLocal - Des Plaines » NewsThe InterContinental Chicago O'Hare Hotel has an international reputation for its luxurious rooms, but it’s also been drawing in people for a different reason. A …...
TribLocal - Arlington Heights » Newst hasn’t been a good year for veteran fine-dining restaurants, and the year isn’t even one-third complete yet. Le Titi de Paris, an haute-cuisine fixture …...
If any of us wondered if celebrities would still visit Chicago after “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ended in May, we now have our answer. Chicago is still a popular destination for film projects — which this year included “Man of...
Sunda 110 W. Illinois St., Chicago Who eats: Mostly businesspeople, some casual diners. Why eat: Off the beaten path of bustling River North, Sunda provides an exotic yet comfortable atmosphere with big portions of tasty Asian fare. Ambiance: The...
Tags: Appetizers, Soups, Sushi and Sashimi, Salads, Chicago Tribune
Debbie Gibson hung out at Angels & Kings in the Hard Rock Hotel following her show with fellow 80's pop star Tiffany at the House of Blues Saturday and dined at Halsted's Bar + Grill in Boystown Sunday. T-Pain also stopped by Angels & Kings Saturday and,...
As director of the International Latino Cultural Center, Pepe Vargas champions the richness of Latinidad by bringing some of the world's great talents to the heart of the Midwest: a string quartet from Brazil; a ballet company from Guatemala; films from...
Reality TV is coming to River North. Giuliana andBill Rancic announced on Monday that they are opening an Italian restaurant in Chicago's River North neighborhood. The stars of Style Network's "Giuliana and Bill" will team up with Lettuce Entertain You's...
Chicago Cut Steakhouse 300 N. LaSalle St. Who eats: The lunch crowd in this popular River North restaurant is predominantly businesspeople. Why eat: A popular spot for celebrity sightings (such as John Cusack and Derek Jeter) since it opened last...
On Aug. 26, a post on the Laguna Beach city website notified us about plans for road widening of Laguna Canyon Road at El Toro Road by Caltrans. Days later, the post reads "repaving" not "widening" but still offers no mention if the project complies with...
Special to the Chicago Tribune"A bit of work" is a legendary expression in the home design world, where renovations get bigger and timelines get longer with the same certainty that the sun rises and sets. Those were the very words Stephen Honeyball used with his design team, James...
During his first few months in office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's tech team has put a lot of city data online. They’ve made it easier to get at, but not necessarily easier to interpret. The data sets can be downloaded and sorted, but they lack context....
Tags: Chicago Mayor, Lobbying, Censorship, Mass Media, Facebook
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