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Dining@LargeWelcome to my life, Owl Meat. ELSometimes there are subtle signs that a restaurant might not be for you. • You have to construct your own burger, pasta, etc. from a menu of 50 ingredients. Be a chef already. • ......
Dining@LargeLet me just say that my memories of school lunches involve having to eat liver and spinach on Fridays or no ice cream. Owl Meat's are a little...different. Here's guest poster Owlie. ELSometimes a new relationship involves fights – fevered......
Tags: Education, Schools, Funk (genre), Getty Images Inc., Tucson
Dining@LargeGreatest. Shallow Thought Wednesday. Ever. Here's guest poster John Lindner. ELNothing inspires shallow thinking quite like the good old New York Times, and this bit on sentiment analysis by Alex Wright is nothing shy of epiphanic. In celebration of this....
Dining@LargeSometimes something needs to be said and it's nice when one of you says it so eloquently, more eloquently than I could have said it. EL Paul W and Donny B, you are technically correct about Baltimore's food traditions of......
Dining@LargeWhen I first published this photo maybe a couple of years ago, I vaguely remember some readers wondered what it was. Now if I published it without comment, I think people would say, 'Wow, that charcuterie looks great' and want......
Tribune criticSix years have passed since my last visit to the magical little house on East Ontario Street. In that time, Chicago's culinary landscape has changed dramatically. Once-dominant restaurants such as Le Francais and Ambria surrendered their prominence and...
Tags: Soups, White Truffles, Onions, Human Body, Foods and Beverages
I am beginning to wonder if Casey Anthony and José Baez could pull off the impossible. Not exoneration from the jury but a death sentence from the judge. As satisfying as that may be to the multitudes who have posted comments on our coverage of this...
Tags: Child Abuse, Health, Entertainment, Justice System, Murder
— The ball has traveled from the Pacific to the Atlantic Coast and it remains in a safe spot in Shaun Micheel's golf bag. The three-iron from 239 yards turned into only the second double-eagle in the 110-year history of the U.S. Open, and...
Tags: Verizon Communications, Mother's Day, Homes, Golf, Health
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGSouthern rock icon Gregg Allman’s Sept. 6 show at Stroudsburg’s Sherman Theater has been postponed to help the singer recover from an upper respiratory infection, the theater says on its website today. “We expect to have the reschedule...
Lehigh Valley WildLast week’s great weather and warming trend helped turn on the fish bite all over the Lehigh Valley. The Lehigh River smallmouth bass bite is about two or three weeks ahead of schedule. There’s no telling what the projected cooler temperatures...
Show TrackerEnter the diaper brigade: The theme this week is kids, or as I like to call them, replacement humans. Our Patient of the Week is a newborn baby girl who comes squirting out of her mom in a hypoxic state......
Show TrackerHouseâs immovable object (everybody lies) meets an irresistible force in the new replacement for Thirteen, Amber Tamblyn as Martha M. Masters (doesnât lie to patients---ever---not gonna do it). Sheâs a genius third-year med student who, af...
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