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Pritzker Pavilion

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Eat, Drink & Be Merry
By Lisa Shames | August 21, 2017

1. House Rules Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House in Hyde Park, one of the best examples of Prairie-style architecture, is stunning on its own. But Sept. 20, it gets even better when chefs Matthias Merges and...

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Words to Eat By
By Lisa Shames | August 21, 2017

First things first: Yes, The Publican’s signature chicken is included in Cheers to The Publican, Repast and Present ($40, Lorena Jones Books, an imprint of Ten Speed Press) coming out this fall. As are 149 other recipes...

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A Spirited Affair
By Lisa Shames | August 21, 2017

Kaveh Zamanian admits he wasn’t always a fan of bourbon; scotch was more his jam. But that all changed when he met Heather Bass, a Kentucky native who introduced him to the American whiskey’s attributes—as...

Clever Rabbit

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The Green Party
Maggie Hennessy | August 21, 2017

Bad Hunter
This sunny West Loop spot led the plants-first charge in Chicago with a beautifully executed, mainly meatless menu and lighthearted vibe. “There...

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On the Run
By Joel Reese | August 21, 2017

If Hollywood tried to make a movie about Jordan Howard’s life, it would die at some meeting early in the process. “Sorry,” some slick producer would say. “No one is going to believe this. This is just too much hardship...

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Taking Stock
By Ari Bendersky | August 21, 2017

Do you need apparel-industry experience to start an apparel company? If you’re the team behind hip Chicago men’s clothier Stock Mfg. Co., the answer is a firm no....

Jonathan Berry

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Direct Report
By Jaclyn Jermyn | August 21, 2017

You’ve been working with Steppenwolf for two decades now.
It certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been 20 years. Moving...

The Resort at Paws Up Missoula

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Comfort Zone
By David Zivan | August 21, 2017

It comes up on me suddenly, a bit of a surprise, but I think I am going to cry. Good news is, the cause of this sensation is some sort of primitive joy, a happiness that has originated in my mouth, rushed down my spine, then leapt...

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Rouge, France 2013

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Game Day Pours
Katie Kelly Bell | August 21, 2017

Fried chicken and barbecue are nearly always on the tailgating menu come fall, so we rounded up a selection of buttery-rich chardonnays and smoky black-fruited Côtes du Rhône red blends so tasty and decadent that, even if the...

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Heat Seeker
By Matt Lee | May 15, 2017

One wonders if Howard Tullman ever sees anything but opportunity. Widely recognized as one of the most influential and connected men in Chicago, he famously reversed the fortunes of Kendall College in the mid-2000s and, several years later, co-founded the...

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Elevated Cocktails
Maggie Hennessy | May 15, 2017

From a Latin poolside lounge overlooking Wicker Park and a Japanese-style rooftop hideaway, here are five reasons to hit the “roof” button when the elevator doors close.

Apogee
With over-the-top...

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