And how does the festival stack up against its peers on the sustainability front?
Behind the scenes with the beneath-the-sea items that pass through Fortune Fish & Gourmet in Bensenville.
Howells & Hood fails the locavore test
Streeterville’s Local Root: local and seasonal, so what’s with the tomatoes?
At Taste of Chicago, Dirk’s Fish Shop teams up with the Department of Natural Resources to give out free Asian carp sliders. Yum?
A candy lecture, a seafood dinner, a mezcal tasting, and more.
Berry dinners, garden tours, wine classes, and more.
Checking in with African Sanctuary, a vendor of accessories and home accents by African artisans and designers.
Yuri Nomura explores culinary rituals across Japan in her documentary “Eatrip,” screening for free Monday 2/15 at Columbia College’s Film Row Cinema.
A review of David Owen’s book Green Metropolis, which makes a case for urban living as a model of sustainability.
Robert Schuffler has 75 years’ worth of opinions on how his fish customers have changed
Arctic char from a remote Inuit fishing village in northern Canada’s Nunavut territory started turning up last month on the menus of half the trendy restaurants in Chicago. And if you’d looked in the right places on the Internet, you could have followed it each step of the way. CleanFish’s Alisha Lumea talks about Nunavut […]
Excerpts from “Crash Course,” Chris Martenson’s video series on environmental and economic sustainability, screen tonight at the Bucktown-Wicker Park Library.
Nance Klehm wants humans to reconnect with the soil—in part by composting their own bodily waste.
Northwestern whips the University of Illinois, the University of Chicago, and Notre Dame when it comes to planet saving.