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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Preview: Some Sweet New Offerings At Little Goat Bakery

  From savory to sweet, Little Goat Bakery has expanded their menu to offer up a new bevy of items that totally encourage grabbing a cookie or swiss roll for breakfast on your way to work. [ more › ]

Chrissie Hynde To Bring Career-Spanning Show To The Chicago Theatre

Hynde is touring with a setlist that spans her career, including new material from her latest album to classics from The Pretenders' repertoire. [ more › ]

Midday News Links: Kane, Toews Top NHL's Jersey Sales List

The Goofus and Gallant of the Blackhawks sit in the top two spots on the NHL's top-selling jerseys list. [ more › ]

Blair Kamin (Almost) Nails The Lucas Museum Design Backlash

While Kamin criticizes the design he doesn't get to the root of the opposition to the Lucas Museum. [ more › ]

Pencil This In: Kot & Cohen/Staples & Aretha At City Lit Books

Greg Kot's book on the Staples Singers is being released in paperback and this event will help promote that. [ more › ]

Around Town: Horses Of Honor

  Today in Around Town we spotlight Horses of Honor, the public art installation project that benefits the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation. [ more › ]

Make Jean Georges Vongerichten’s Brussels Sprout Salad

Jean Georges Vongerichten makes a mean raw Brussels sprouts salad and here's the recipe. [ more › ]

Study: Chicago One Of The Worst Cities For Veterans

A new study shows an occasional thank you may be all veterans are receiving in Chicago. [ more › ]

Rockin' Our Turntable: The Skull 'For Those Which Are Asleep'

The anticipated debut album from The Skulls about as solid as an ass-kicker comes. [ more › ]

Morning Box Score: Bulls Seize Pistons

Derrick Rose showed flashes of his early brilliance as he keyed a balanced Bulls attack. [ more › ]

White Sox Abreu Wins AL Rookie Of The Year Award

The vote was unanimous as Abreu became the first White Sox to win Rookie of the Year honors since Ozzie Guillen in 1985. [ more › ]

Today's Weather: Twisted

Warm this morning, cold this evening. Welcome to autumn in Chicago, [ more › ]

Extra Extra: New City Treasurer Nominee One Step Closer To Approval

The City Council Finance Committee approved Mayor Emanuel's nomination of Kurt Summers as Chicago's new Treasurer. On to the full council. [ more › ]

Music Video Of The Day: Deerhoof 'We Do Parties'

One of California experimental rockers, Deerhoof, are stopping in town to try and warm us up as the weather cools down tomorrow night. [ more › ]

Trestman Maintains Status Quo In Confounding Bears Presser

The Bears head coach remained attached to his coaches despite calls to can defensive coordinator Mel Tucker. [ more › ]

Weird Made Good: Pete Holmes and Guests Shine At UP

Pete Holmes had charm to spare, a giddy humor and excitement that easily took down walls between himself and the crowd. [ more › ]

Chicago Heights Man Wanted For North Suburban Murder

Jeremy Anderson is wanted on a $3 million arrest warrant and should be considered armed and dangerous. [ more › ]

Monday Afternoon Diversion: The Winds Of Change

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, here's David Hasselhoff performing his hit song "Looking for Freedom" at the Brandenburg Gate. [ more › ]

Belgian's Renowned St. Feuillien Brewery Comes To Chicago

Dominique Friart, the fourth generation owner, will be in Chicago this week and the Trencherman and Fountainhead are hosting her. [ more › ]

Rees House Ready To Roll

  They've strapped one of Chicago's stateliest mansions to the back of a truck in preparation for its move into into what used to be one of the city's toniest districts. [ more › ]

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