Reader staff writer Ben Joravsky takes home a couple of journalism awards.
Submit your short fiction to the Reader’s 11th annual Pure Fiction issue.
Never mind the three-martini lunch . . .
Walking dogs at Chicago Animal Care and Control
Cake balls at Bleeding Heart Bakery, Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois
Julia Adams, SummerSweet Garden Design
“I May Not Be Mr. Right But I’ll Fuck You Till He Shows Up.”
Wild mushroom-brown rice burger at Sable Kitchen & Bar
Fourteen spots for brunch, from Bakin’ & Eggs to Yolk
We ran four different special covers for our photo issue this week, and on behalf of those of you inclined to collect a full set, I asked our circulation manager, Perry Kim, if he could say where each might be found. His reply:
19 user- and Reader-recommended spots for breakfast
Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop in Hyde Park–the future president’s pick when he appeared on Check, Please! in 2001–falls victim to the U. of C.’s Harper Court redo.
Lula Cafe’s sister restaurant in Pilsen opens for business tonight.
Oprah wants you.