Farewell to one of Chicago’s most iconic restaurants.
The Lula Cafe chef’s menu is its own form of contemporary art.
The Marisol chef is inspired daily by her boss’s creativity with ingredients.
Also, Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears part ways after a tumultuous eight years.
Also, Illinois Supreme Court justice Anne Burke wants to add a fifth star to the Chicago flag—for a charity she cofounded.
The upcoming food-centric conference features parties, meals, panel discussions, and chef demos.
The Cubs’ manager orchestrates an extra-inning victory just as the not-time-to-panic stage was looming.
Chicago’s Good Food Festival hold its 11th annual open house and conference aimed at connecting food producers with consumers and business contacts.
The south-siders sign closer David Robertson and trade for starter Jeff Samardzija, while the Cubs continue to pursue southpaw free agent Jon Lester.
By scheduling more doubleheaders, the Cubs could reach 100 losses quicker.
The Cubs have never been worse, the New York Times says. But let’s look on the bright side.
The lineup features several winners from last year’s KICO: Barry Sorkin (Smoque) and Paula Haney (Hoosier Mama Pie Shop), who won their categories, and Abraham Conlon (Fat Rice), who won overall.
The New Yorker staff writer and David Foster Wallace biographer reads and takes questions; Mark Caro moderates.
A couple of local restaurants have spooktacular pranks planned for Halloween.
The migration of the hipster: A Chicago history, 1898-present