Articles

Posted by
Being There is Half the Fun
Ray Roger | November 18, 2013

Some comedians don’t do funny on their days off. Jason Sudeikis isn’t one of them. He’s been cracking up late-night viewers for the past 10 years, both as a writer and on-air talent for Saturday Night Live...

Posted by

Posted by
English Class
Nate Chapnick | November 15, 2013

A vehicle so exclusive its key is made of crystal, Aston Martin’s newest flagship supercar, the Vanquish, is a study in both performance and aesthetics. With a 6.0-liter V12 engine capable of generating 565 horsepower, the Vanquish rockets...

Posted by
The Rum Diaries
Matt Lee | August 21, 2013

Pour it up, pour it up!” Rihanna sings over the radio as we drive from the airport to our hotel. Our just-acquainted tour group smiles at each other and laughs. We’re in Barbados. Rihanna is from Barbados. Get it?

The...

Posted by
Water Crafted
George Bulanda | August 20, 2013

With its elongated arrow-shaped windows and streamlined silver-gray topsides, the new open yacht Riva 63’ Virtus resembles a sleek piece of art deco sculpture. And when it’s in motion at a jaunty clip, slicing through sapphire waters and...

Posted by

Posted by
Fit to Lead
Kate Bongiovanni | August 20, 2013

As the sun’s rising and many of us are still stirring in our beds, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is up and at ’em. But that doesn’t mean he’s leading daybreak meetings. For the last 30 years, Emanuel has been up at 5:30am to log laps in the...

Posted by
Garden Party
Lisa Shames | Photo: Clayton Hauck | August 20, 2013

You know something’s afoot when, at restaurants with names like The Purple Pig, Pecking Order and Girl & the Goat, it’s the veggie dishes, er, hogging the attention. And that’s just the beginning. From ...

Posted by
Retail Renaissance
Brian Dukerschein | August 20, 2013

Take a stroll down one of Chicago’s shopping thoroughfares, and you’ll spot more than enticing window displays and the well-heeled carrying home their latest purchase. They may not be much to look at, but the scaffolding and...

Posted by
Night Moves
Neil Burger | August 20, 2013

No, it’s not your imagination—Chicago’s nightlife scene has become much more interesting lately. From a sophisticated lounge smack-dab in the heart of tourist central to a laid-back patio in Logan Square that’s the talk of the town...

Posted by
A Fish Tale
Lisa Shames | August 20, 2013

It’s a Chicago legend now, but when the Cape Cod Room debuted its seafood-focused menu, filled with dishes like lobster thermidor, trout amandine and Dover sole, it was considered cutting-edge. It was, after all, Dec. 6, 1933—just a day after...

Posted by
And… Action!
Matt Lee | August 20, 2013

For reasons as elusive as they are irrevocable, there are few things men enjoy more than watching beautiful women on the warpath. From Tomb Raider to Underworld, there’s no shortage of movies showcasing Hollywood’s hottest ladies...

Syndicate content