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  • Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    A Bourbon County Stout tapping, happy hour at The Kerryman and more things to do in Chicago on Thursday, Jan. 12.

  • Opinion: Thanks for the moments and memories, Obama

    Opinion: Thanks for the moments and memories, Obama

    On Tuesday, I was fortunate enough to experience live and in person the end of an era for who I believe was arguably one of the best presidents ever—No. 44, Barack Obama. It was the perfect way to end what has been a historic presidency. As I wiped my eyes toward the end of the speech, I couldn’t...

  • Derrick Rose should know he's not alone in all this

    Derrick Rose should know he's not alone in all this

    This can't be what Chicago wanted for Derrick Rose. Short of the revamped Bulls knocking off LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers as NBA champions, seeing Rose and fellow former Bull Joakim Noah win a title with the Knicks should be easy to embrace for those who followed their careers in Chicago....

  • Your next beer may taste like a cocktail, as craft revolution pushes on

    Your next beer may taste like a cocktail, as craft revolution pushes on

    Six men sat around a table strewn with glasses, vials and beakers one Thursday afternoon last summer. They had an idea for the beer they wanted to make but no clear road map to get there. The beer would be dark. Robust. Earthy. Herbal. Bitter. But not too bitter. Boozy. But not too boozy. "It's...

  • New Loop food hall, coming this summer, reveals name

    New Loop food hall, coming this summer, reveals name

    Chicago's next downtown food hall finally has a name. The 10,500-square-foot project, first announced in July, will be called Wells St. Market. (Though its address is officially 205 W. Wacker Drive, the building sits at the corner of Wacker Drive and Wells Street.) "Names are tough," says Michael...

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