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The 'Average' Chicago Wedding Is Supposedly $60,000. That's Insane.

Here are a few ad hoc tips, from my recent experience, for Chicagoans who might not want to spend their entire life savings on a wedding. [ more › ]

Twin Corpse Flowers Are Poised To (Doubly) Stink Up Chicago Botanic Garden

Two (!) of the infamous plants could soon bloom in all their "spoiled-eggs-meets-roadkill" pungent glory. Do you dare? [ more › ]

Grape News! Two Ways to Celebrate National Wine Day in Sandy Springs on May 25

Food 101 to Pour Wine Flights This week, Food 101 will offer their Wine Down Wednesdays wine flight special on Wednesday – and Thursday. Think they’re flighty? Not at all! Thursday, May 25 is National Wine Day, one of our favorite varietals of foodie holidays. Show More Summary

Woman Shot As She Walks Down Tenderloin Street

The shooter was part of a group of four men, police say. [ more › ]

Anxo's Brightwood Park Cidery Starts Pouring This Saturday

Kick off summer with a trip to Anxo's new Brightwood Park tasting room. [ more › ]

Government getting in the way of a city booze boom, official says

Regulations are standing between New York City and a craft-beverage boom, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams argues in a new report. The state has eased rules for alcohol producers in recent... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cyclists, joggers square off against car dealership next to Maryland trail

Montgomery County and the business are trying to reach a legal deal about a garage.

Elisabeth Moss Will Play North Brother Island's Typhoid Mary In New Series

One of today's greatest actresses, the powerhouse Elisabeth Moss, has announced her next project: she will star in and executive produce a new limited series about Typhoid Mary. According to Variety, the show will be based on its namesake, Mary Beth Keane's book Fever, which Moss owns the rights to, and will air on BBC America. [ more › ]

Review: The Atlanta Opera closes its season with a lovely garden party for “The Secret Gardener”

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On Friday’s sunny afternoon, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Atlanta Opera, in collaboration with New York City’s On Site Opera, presented an outdoor performance of W.A. Mozart’s youthful opera, La finta giardiniera (“The Fake Gardener“) in a reworked and shortened English-language libretto by Kelley Rourke, and billed as The Secret Gardener. Show More Summary

Panties, Poutine, and Pine-Sol: One Truly Horrible Night at Stellar

The Knox-Henderson bar/eatery/whatever is not living up to its name. At certain hot-spots, the aforementioned three items starting with “P” might make for a fun night. But at Stellar, in Knox-Henderson, none of those things are any good at all, not even a little bit. Show More Summary

Roti Modern Mediterranean Is Coming Soon

Not to be confused with another beloved Dallas mini-chain. Saying any fast-casual spot is a something-style Chipotle is getting old at this point, but sadly it works for the new spot opening up at McKinney and Olive this summer (exact...Show More Summary

Smokin’ Betty’s BBQ Arrives in Salem Tonight

Featuring smoked meats, shuffleboard bowling, and murals from local artists Salem welcomes a much-anticipated barbecue restaurant to its ranks this evening. Smokin’ Betty’s BBQ + Bar will bring more than just smoked meats to the neighborhood,...Show More Summary

Verde Debuts Artistic Menu Inspired by PAMM's Toba Khedoori Exhibit

With the recent launch of the Toba Khedoori exhibit at Pérez Art Museum Miami, executive chef Kaytlin Dangaran has used the Australian artist's work as inspiration for a new menu at Verde, the waterfront restaurant at PAMM.

Earls Kitchen + Bar Opens at the Prudential Center This August

This will be the second regional location for the Canadian chain A Canada-based chain restaurant is finally on the verge of opening a second location in the Boston area: Earls Kitchen + Bar will make its debut within the Prudential Center...Show More Summary

Low Wage Fast Food Workers Begin 2 Days Of #FF15 Protests

The demonstrations come ahead of McDonald's annual shareholders meeting in the suburbs. [ more › ]

Eight Restaurants Serving Memorial Day Barbecue Specials

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. While the rest of the country breaks out their swimsuits and barbecue tongs for the first taste of good weather, Miamians are already dealing with sweltering heat. Though the beach is always fun, who wants to fire up the grill when it's 90 degrees out?

Everything You Need to Know About NOWFE 2017

The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience starts Thursday The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience (NOWFE) kicks off this Thursday and runs through Sunday, May 25-28, with a wide range of wine and food events including wine pairing dinners,...Show More Summary

Quincy’s Villa Rosa to Get New Life as Brick & Beam

The same management team is behind North Star and The Banshee The former home of a longstanding Italian restaurant in Quincy is under new ownership and will soon open as a restaurant and bar. Brick & Beam Tavern is slated to open inShow More Summary

The First All-Marshmallow Cafe Is Coming To Rogers Park

Hopefully opening the first week of June, XO Marshmallow (located at Sheridan and Lunt) will showcase handmade treats like S'mores tacos. [ more › ]

Coltivare & Dolce Neve Are Making a Special Gelato Flavor for June

Two Italian Houston heavyweights have teamed up for a sweet summer. Two major Houston Italian eateries — sweet and savory — have teamed up for a very special, very edible collab: a limited edition gelato flavor. Dolce Neve, the newish Heights gelato shop (and Austin import) on N. Show More Summary

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