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Shoe In!
Suzanne Singer | October 7, 2011

Starting tomorrow, Hanig's Footwear hosts two trunk shows featuring the latest from Thierry Rabotin's fall collection. And—for those who are just dying to find out just how those beautiful shoes can be so easy to wear—Thierry Rabotin himself will be at Hanig...

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Realty Check!
Korey Huyler | October 3, 2011

In a fun twist from our usual Realty Check featured properties, this month we’re spotlighting a 6-bedroom mansion that will sell by auction (yes, you read that right) on Oct. 29.

Named Le Grand Reve, this French-style chateau boasts nearly 30,...

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The Quiet Storm
Matt Lee | September 27, 2011

A storm is gathering around Michael Shannon in more ways than one. The longtime Chicago actor, ensemble member of Old Town’s A Red Orchid Theatre and 2008 Academy Award nominee for Best Supporting Actor is receiving downright thunderous reviews for...

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Talk Therapy
Jessica Radloff | September 27, 2011

Chicago has produced hundreds of talented performers, comedians and entertainers, but perhaps none is more proud to call Chicago home than the legendary Bob Newhart. This month, the Oak Park native returns to the Midwest for a one-night-only show at...

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The Second Coming
Michael Nagrant | September 27, 2011

The dirty little secret of food criticism is that there are really only a handful of truly exceptional dining experiences. Sure, there are plenty of hardworking chefs turning out inspired plates, many talented waiters tending to diners and...

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Epic India
Paul Rubio | September 26, 2011

India is a mind-boggling circus of opulence and intensity, cultural conundrums and otherworldly experiences. Throw some rare wildlife into the mix, an inspiring world wonder and some show-stopping palatial hotels, and prepare to embark on the journey of a...

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London & Paris: New Again!
Andrew Myers | September 26, 2011

If familiarity does indeed breed contempt or, at the very least, a corrosive sense of the blasé—how best to revisit favorite destinations such as London and Paris with the wide, excited eyes of an ingénue? As many a...

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Model Resident
Michael B. Dougherty | September 26, 2011

Milla Jovovich just can’t understand why you’re shocked. “I’ve had a really great, really long, diverse career, but I feel like people are still constantly surprised that I’m good at something,” says...

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Style's In Stock
Lily Hansen | September 23, 2011

The autumn arrival of Paul Stuart's biannual "The Choice is Yours" trunk show means made-to-measure suits, sport jackets, trousers and custom shirts for the same price as ready-to-wear items.

All items from the Paul Stuart and...

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Realty Check!
Korey Huyler | September 16, 2011

Here at CS, we're huge fans of movies filmed in Chicago, so you can imagine how excited we were to see that Harrison Ford's home from The Fugitive went on the market this summer.

The four-story Lincoln Park/Old Town house has five...

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Sweet Symphony
Lily Hansen | September 9, 2011

Beethoven Festival 2011 kicked off yesterday at the Chicago Urban Art Society in Pilsen, the quirky artist-filled neighborhood packed with independent art galleries and studios, and will run through Sunday the 18th. The five-day celebration features a...

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Fall-ing in Love at the Shanghai Terrace
Suzanne Singer | September 2, 2011

Shanghai Terrace invites culturally inclined diners to join in the celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of China's most charming of annual events, happening now through Sept. 12.

Chef de...

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