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Given chef Curtis Duffy's curriculum vitae — his work at Alinea, the two Michelin stars awarded to Avenues restaurant on Duffy's watch — there really wasn't any question whether Grace, Duffy's first solo effort, would be good. Just how good....
Tags: Potatoes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Coconut, Alinea, Popcorn
Internet-centered technology has advanced to the point that smartphone apps and e-commerce sites seemingly sprout overnight. Indeed, many can be built inexpensively from off-the-shelf software in weeks. Scientific breakthroughs, however, often require...
Tags: Research, Allergies, University of Chicago, Flu, Symptoms
Smooth and crunchy, sweet and salty, rich and acidic. Great dishes are all about juxtaposing opposing elements and achieving balance, and Baume & Brix, which opened two months ago in River North, revels in this balancing act, extending to the restaurant...
Excelerate Labs, Chicago's first and most prominent tech startup incubator, is joining TechStars, a Boulder, Colo.-based competitor that has expanded to five cities and boasts an international reputation for growing technology companies. The local...
Change of SubjectPart of an occasional series Commenter ID: Edge of the 14th Ward Gender: Male Age: 32 Occupation: Nonprofit communications, currently on behalf of a child welfare agency that specializes in foster care adoption. Family info: Married for three years to.......
The franchise of Walter Payton, Gale Sayers and Red Grange could become the attack of Kahlil Bell, Armando Allen and maybe even Harvey Unga on Sunday at Detroit. Unga is on the practice squad and Bell has already been signed off the street and moved...
Meet the McKeevers. Last week, Lester and Nancy McKeever moved out of the penthouse apartment where they've lived for nearly 40 years. If you only knew that the McKeevers are one of Chicago's longtime power couples, then maybe that would be enough...
I've read about how important it is to be agile in today's workplace. So I tried typing that first sentence with my toes while balancing on one arm atop a cubicle wall. I fell twice and sprained my ankle. Fortunately, that's not the kind of agile that...
Tags: Rex Huppke, Employees, Arthritis, Career and Workplace
World Business Chicago Vice Chairman Michael Sacks and former Commerce Secretary William Daley leave Sunday on a six-day business mission to China, Sacks' first official foreign trip as a top adviser to Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Sacks said that he and Daley...
The year-old national mortgage settlement has provided more than $45 billion in relief to distressed mortgage borrowers nationally, but improving the mortgage servicing process is proving to be more elusive. In a report issued Thursday on the progress of...
Chicago businessman Martin Nesbitt will sit on the dais in front of the U.S. Capitol on Monday as his best friend is inaugurated president of the United States. The two men — successful African-American leaders who share a record of high...
Imagine the workplace as a forest. (Or as an office full of cubicles if you're a park ranger.) We walk through the forest each day surrounded by creatures (co-workers). Some are kind like squirrels and deer and animated talking bears. But others, like...
Tags: Rex Huppke, Employees, Career and Workplace
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