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Special to the Los Angeles TimesDetroit: A Biography Scott Martelle Chicago Review Press: 288 pp., $24.95 In February 1863, Thomas Faulkner, a Detroit saloon owner of mixed-race background, was arrested on the charge of raping a 9-year-old white girl. Despite his protestations of...
This list is not all-inclusive American Contemporary Adelle's Fine American Fare 535 W. Liberty Drive, Wheaton 630-784-8015 Pick from a small plate to start, choosing such things as cured gravlax with crabmeat and fennel or sautéed shrimp...
Detroit Free PressLisa VanOverbeke eagerly awaited the opening of her new Detroit location for Go Cycle Studio, an exercise lab company already successful in the suburbs and set to open last fall in the Auburn development in Midtown. The lease agreement was all but...
RedEyeYou've already waited in line for popcorn at Garrett. You've endured verbal abuse at The Wieners Circle. And you've devoured the Chicago classic that is the Italian beef sandwich (Al's #1 and Johnnie's being the best, depending on who you ask). So...
EL Ideas has been playing to full houses since it opened in July 2011. That would be a nice achievement for any operation, but given the quirky experience chef and owner Phillip Foss offers, it's positively miraculous. Dinners cost $145, prepaid, tip...
A large section of brick facade fell off a National Institutes of Health research facility on the Southeast Baltimore campus of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, reviving concerns about a building that opened two years late because of other problems....
The Baltimore SunThe third annual Baltimore Greek Week starts Monday and culminates on Sunday with the Maryland Greek Independence Day parade in Greektown at 2 p.m. Along the way, Greek-owned establishments, including restaurants in Baltimore City and Baltimore County,...
You're probably all dead — me too — swallowed by the Mayan apocalypse that many of us (foolishly) thought was utter nonsense, once. Which means you're not even reading this. But still ... I probably shouldn't have spent my last day writing...
DETROIT — Many people can't see past this city's abandoned buildings and overgrown lots, and that's sort of fair. A city once boasting 2 million people and an unbreakable auto industry is down to 700,000 and apocalyptic decay in every direction. The...
Stop in to one of the eight Mariano's Fresh Markets in the Chicago area and you could spot founder Bob Mariano pushing carts, rewrapping meat or helping clean up spills. The eponymous, upmarket grocery stores, tended with his exacting sense of detail,...
It didn't move far — just one block up Eastern Avenue — but the new Ikaros is a world apart from the original, which the Kohilas brothers opened in 1969. Sometimes bigger is better. The new Ikaros, which opened last summer, has things the...
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In Greek, "Yasou" means "health to you." It's used as a greeting and a toast, like "Cheers!" At Yasou Greek Bistro, there's plenty of reason to toast. With simple, nicely cooked takes on Greek specialties and friendly service, the busy Hunt Valley...
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