Jean Joho’s first cookbook: for his restaurant in Vegas.
State officials say they expect to receive about $280 million in stimulus funds for environmental projects.
2/26 — Free wine and Thai food samples at Cellar Rat in Wicker Park
Some things I thought were worth listening to today.
Live Nation, Ticketmaster, and a few opponents of their merger take it to a Senate subcommmittee.
About Face Theatre launches an emergency fundraising campaign.
Cook County sheriff Tom Dart agrees the jail needs cleaning up. Doing it is another matter.
“I kept recalling the parable about the blind men and the elephant” — and other reflections on the Chicago Journalism Town Hall.
2/25 — Drop off unwanted clothes for a 3/29 clothing swap at the Empty Bottle.
If you want to look the Fifth District congressional candidates in the eye, look for them on CAN TV.
Helping a friend bleg about driving music.
World-music presenters from the midwest gather at the Morse Theater on Tuesday night to plot the year’s offerings.
David Hammond gets his kebab on at Bridgeview’s expanding Al Bawadi Grill.
A harsh critic of Mayor Daley explains why he’s voting for alderman Pat O’Connor, the mayor’s floor leader, for congress.
What the shuttering of Touch and Go’s distribution operation means for some of the labels that have been a part of it