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(WGN-AM)- An agreement signed today seeking to fast-track high-speed passenger rail projects in the Midwest has three powerful engines pulling in its favor: the Obama administration, the clout of congressional delegations from eight states and the support...
Tribune restaurant criticSepia is hot. Not lines-out-the-door hot or two-hours-at-the-bar hot, but you'd better call at least two weeks ahead for a weekend reservation, which, by the way, will be honored. More to the point, Sepia lives up to the hype with creative, oftentimes...
Tags: Steaks, Anchovies, Sandwiches, Ice Cream, Blue Cheese
Last weekend we ducked in for an early peek inside Sepia (click for hours, maps, Reader Reviews), an impressive new restaurant that officially opened Thursday in the Warehouse District. We're glad we did. We have a feeling that tables here will be...
Tags: Salads, Restaurants, Preserves, Bacon, Dining and Drinking
Tribune staff reporterWhat makes a great bookstore? Consider Anderson's Bookshop. You could raise it from its foundations in downtown Naperville, put it on a large flatbed truck and ever-so-carefully move the whole kit and caboodle 38 miles to Chicago's Hyde Park...
Tribune criticThe blogosphere and even some print publications are buzzing with speculation as to who might become the next White House chef. Which, in itself, demonstrates how the pre-inauguration excitement over this administration is unlike any in memory. Can...
We love any excuse to quaff red wine and the uncorking of this year's Beaujolais nouveau more than qualifies. By French law, Thursday is the official release date of 2005 Beaujolais nouveau, the first wine of the French harvest. D.O.C. Wine Bar will be...
It's that time of year again: Cases of Beaujolais Nouveau suddenly pop up in stores, wine bars start hawking bottles--and most of us are left wondering what all the fuss is about. It turns out that by official French decree, each year's Beaujolais...
The Swampby Azam Ahmed Virgina Sen. Jim Webb, a potential running mate for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, hit Chicago to promote his book Friday and behaved...like someone who didn't want to ruin any shot at joining his party's national....
Tags: Jim Webb, Barack Obama
The Swampby Frank James President Bush evidently tries to keep a sense of humor about his low popularity with most of the American people. In Philadelphia Saturday to attend the annual football classic, the Army-Navy Game, Bush also made a......
Staff reporterNAHA 500 N. Clark Street Chicago (312) 321-6242 www.naha-chicago.com Tuesday, September 22 Carrie Nahabedian's Chefs Hall of Fame Induction Union League Club www.thechicagoculinarymuseum.org Chesapeake Bay Soft Shell Crabs with Toasted Macadamia...
Tags: Lemons, Foods and Beverages, Salads, Arugula, Kosher Salt
Tribune staff reportersLike many other Americans, Alan Keyes was deeply affected by U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama's keynote address last month at the Democratic National Convention. Though some felt lifted by a speech extolling the virtues of inclusion, Keyes bristled...
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