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Kevin Pierce was an architect whose focus on the best use of resources made him a leader in green design and sustainable development. "From early on, Kevin established himself as a real innovator and leader in green building design, not only in Chicago,...
Restaurant Michael in Winnetka feels a bit like stepping back into the famed Le Francais dining room in Wheeling, except it's cozier, a touch more casual, with brighter lighting and upbeat jazz gently playing on the speakers. It all makes sense because...
Thousands of people wearing bright yellow caps rallied in the Loop's Federal Plaza on Wednesday evening in support of privately run charter schools, which are under more scrutiny because of the city's plan to close 53 neighborhood schools. The rally was...
For RedEyeEAT The Rice Table Rijsttafel Dinner Vincent 1475 W. Balmoral Ave. 773-334-7168 Treat your palate to a 13-course tasting dinner—plus an amuse-bouche and dessert—with such Dutch-Indonesian delicacies as sambal goreng udang (stir-fried...
RedEyeIf you weren't sure it was possible for Chicago to pack in any more summer bashes—after all, we already have two Rib Fests—brace yourself. Eight new and revamped fests are squeezing onto this summer's calendar, meaning there's more beer,...
RedEyeGo outside this summer, and you'll have a hard time not running into some street festival, wading through seas of sweaty people and sticky food. This is especially true in Wicker Park, where the creatively named Wicker Park Fest is now the third...
RedEyeGiordano’s has officially joined the food truck frenzy. Known for its deep-dish pizza (and spokesman Derrick Rose of the Bulls), Giordano’s announced it will be previewing its first-ever food truck by Memorial Day weekend. The 28-foot-...
For RedEye"Do you remember when it was 80 degrees in March last year?" Yup, that might be the most common complaint muttered by coat-clad Chicagoans this spring. Sure, summer didn't come early this year as it did last, but that hasn't stopped dozens of...
Tags: River North, Gold Coast, Italy, Irving Park, Wrigley Building
Amid the renovated houses that dot the eastern edge of the Humboldt Park neighborhood, police tape and shattered glass marked the spot Sunday where an early-morning shooting killed one man and injured another. News of the shooting rattled some...
Tags: Cynthia Soto, Shootings
The Chicago International Movies & Music Festival, CIMMfest No. 5, the annual four-day showcase celebrating the inseparable connection between music and movies, will feature international film premieres, live concerts, visually stunning DJ/VJ sets, lively...
Tags: Entertainment, Concerts, Arts and Culture, Music Industry, Music
C2E2 -- the annual, gargantuan Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place -- opened Friday, and as usual for the first day of a major comic book convention, things started slow, geeks were still arriving, B-list celebrities just settling in,...
RedEyeTakito Kitchen 2013 W. Division St. 773-687-9620 Rating: !!!! (out of four) Already hot Since opening about a month ago in the former Sabor Saveur space in Ukrainian Village, Takito Kitchen has tried to shine in an already taco-saturated neighborhood....
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