Soul Train veteran and Attack of the Boogie host Andrew Kitchen celebrates the reissue of his dance show’s 1984 theme song.
Jordanna has left behind the riot-grrrl trio Glamour Hotline to make her bodacious new solo EP Sweet Tooth.
Challenged to make a dish with Necco Wafers, Mike Bagale of Alinea candies the candy.
Aviary chef Andrew Brochu’s experimentation leads him back to the barnyard with milk jam.
The Nation of Islam’s iconic dessert is still around, if you know where to look.
Homestead’s Chris Teixeira survives a “death challenge” to arrive at a cheese course featuring black cumin.
Food Issue: In search of my mother’s tea cakes
Find your way to Interurban, pastry chef Christine McCabe’s Lincoln Park alley takeaway window
What’s on the Agenda for Friday, September 14, 2012
Katrina Browne uncovers the roots and the psychic consequences of her ancestors’ enormous slave trading empire in the documentary “Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North,” in four free screenings in Chicago and the west suburbs starting Thursday.
The Marlon Brando drama “Burn!” about a slave revolt on a Caribbean sugar colony screens in a Haiti benefit Saturday 1/23 at La Biblioteca Popular.
Cigarettes used to be really bad for you.
HUSKER DU The Living End (Warner Bros) BOB MOULD Poison Years (Virgin) SUGAR File Under: Easy Listening (Ryko) One day back in 1986, my friend Jeanne, the leader of a struggling punk band, asked me who I was writing about. When I told her Husker Du, she snapped back, “What could you possibly say about […]
Dear Cecil: Why is there no ketchup in an all-dressed? Is ketchup not as respectable a condiment as relish or mustard? Is there a conspiracy? Does Dirty Harry’s remark about ketchup in a hot dog have anything to do with it?—Paul Macneil, Dorval, Quebec