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A Moveable Feast
By Patti Dickey | May 5, 2015

With great anticipation, I boarded my Air France flight, which turned out to be a perfect first step on a luxurious culinary trip through glorious Burgundy. The in-flight meal by Régis Marcon, Air France’s three-Michelin-starred chef, whet my appetite...

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Rad Man
By Ray Rogers | May 1, 2015

First things first: that ’stache! When John Slattery appears on screen in the final season opener of AMC’s Mad Men, his character, the lovably devil-may-care silver-haired ad man Roger Sterling, is working a handlebar across his handsome visage. Contrary...

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Mother’s Day Prep Guide
By Chandler Rollins | April 24, 2015

Driehaus Museum

Looking for the perfect gift for mom? The Driehaus Musuem has got your covered. The Museum store’s annual spring trunk show...

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True Blue
By Katie Kailus | April 17, 2015

Madeleine Peyroux has come along way from performing on the streets of Paris. The jazz singer-songwriter and guitarist has now played everywhere from large concert halls to back-alley bars. But playing small venues is what she generally prefers, and...

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Culture Shock
By Abby Adler and Francesca Tamburello | April 10, 2015

Chicago Architecture Foundation Gala

The 40th annual gala will honor Chicago’s longest-serving mayor, Richard M. Daley, for his many...

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2015 Salon & Stylist Awards
By Melanie Rud Chadwick, Sarah Ryan, Lisa Shames and Rebecca Taras | April 8, 2015

{ Best Highlights }
Renee Pelc, Gloss Salon
While she’ll foil you to...

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Business Attire
By Katie Schroeder | April 8, 2015

When Christina Monley left her 10-year career on Wall Street, it was hardly a hasty decision. “I always wanted to blend business with something creative, having grown up surrounded by the arts,” says Monley, whose grandmother was an opera...

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Tailor Made
By Brittany Farb | April 8, 2015

Since opening his custom-clothing shop BLVDier in the West Loop in January, Zach Uttich has fitted some of the city’s best dressed, entire wedding parties and, most recently, the front-of-...

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Best in Class
By Nate Chapnick | April 7, 2015

Exotic Beauty: 2015 Aston Martin Vanquish
Aston Martin’s flagship supercar, the Vanquish, is a whole new animal for 2015. A revised 6.0-liter V12 engine puts out 568 horsepower, making this the most powerful GT production engine in...

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Back to the Future
Lisa Shames | Photography by Anthony Tahlier | April 6, 2015

It can be risky business messing with nostalgia and all those warm and fuzzy memories—hello, rose-colored glasses!—that seem to only get better as we get older. And that’s especially true when it comes...

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Men of Style
By Brian Dukerschein, Sarah Ryan, Lisa Shames and David Zivan | April 6, 2015

The Influencer
“Just to be clear,” says Ebs Burnough with a wry smile, “politics is a rough and tumble sport—but so...

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Our Girl
By Joel Reese | April 6, 2015

When you star in a huge movie like My Girl at the age of 11, you’re supposed to stay in Hollywood for the long haul.

Not Anna Chlumsky. The energetic Broadview, Ill., native eschewed L.A. and stayed in the Chicago area to work at a fast-food stand...

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