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Chapin Family to pay tribute to Harry's music at Arcada Sunday
By Dave Gathman
Jun 22, 2016 11:46 AM
Singer-songwriter Harry Chapin's musical legacy lives on in his family's concerts, including one Sunday, June 26, at St. Charles' Arcada Theatre.
Jun 22, 2016 6:00 AM
A mix of ground lamb and lean beef keep the calories and fat down in these Weeknight Gyros.
That glass of iced tea gets even better when you stir in a little something extra
By M. Carrie Allan
Jun 22, 2016 7:06 AM
When it comes to flavorings for cocktails, you can't go wrong with teas. It's a great way to add flavor but little to no sugar, alcohol or caffeine.
Feeling vulnerable after shootings? It's normal, experts say
By Jamie Sotonoff
Jun 22, 2016 4:38 PM
The latest mass shooting has some people feeling a little more vulnerable, especially in crowds. Experts help put those emotions in perspective.
Jun 22, 2016 7:00 AM
This Southern-inflected sipper, The Porchard, will be best when you can use fresh, ripe peaches. But even unripe peaches with a good fragrance will work. The lemon juice brings brightness; omit it if you're looking for a drink that more closely echoes a classic Southern sweet tea.
Nielsen hopes to bring science to TV casting
By DAVID BAUDER
Jun 22, 2016 11:12 AM
The Nielsen company introduces a new analytic tool it says can help casting agents better select celebrities for roles on TV shows or as pitchmen
Don't react to negative comments made by fiance's friend
By Carolyn Hax
Jun 22, 2016 8:59 AM
Q. I am soon to be married. I just found out that my fiance's friend, who is in our wedding party, said my fiance "could marry better" and I just "drag him down." When this friend was having marital problems, his wife was always turning to my fiance, asking for advice and a place to sleep, which he never allowed. He kept his loyalty toward his friend. This couple has the most toxic relationship. She's had affairs throughout their marriage and is just an utter mess.
You're getting it all wrong about tapas -- starting with the meaning of the word
By Jason Wilson
Jun 22, 2016 7:20 AM
Spain announced recently that its Ministry of Culture will seek protective status for tapas. In the U.S., tapas means small plates. But real tapas in Spain is a way of eating, too.
Weekend picks: Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples play Ravinia
By Scott C. Morgan & Laura Milbrath Stewart
Jun 22, 2016 5:15 AM
Legendary folk rocker Bob Dylan teams with Chicago's own Mavis Staples for a night of great music at Ravinia. More on this and other fun weekend events.
I Love Humanity (Inspired bye.e. cummings)
Jun 22, 2016 7:03 AM
I Love Humanity (Inspired bye.e. cummings) is from bartender Chantal Tseng's weekly series of cocktail events at the Reading Room in Washington, D.C., featuring drinks inspired by various authors. The roastiness of the barley tea and the richness of apple brandy and bourbon bring depth to the drink.
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