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The Chicago White Sox have made some major changes over the winter, and begin their 2012 season with both new faces and a new focus on winning the American League Central Division.
The new-look Chicago Cubs are ready for a new season and a new era at Wrigley Field. With a new front office and most of the roster new from last year, the Cubs hope to make some noise in the … Continue reading
The Lunar New Year was Monday, January 23, and people are getting ready to celebrate The Year of the Dragon parade on January 29. Great food, of course, is central to any celebration and knowing where to find it is … Continue reading
On November 9, Michelin announced their 2012 Chicago selections for Bib Gourmand. Restaurants on the list serve dinners that are less than $40 dollars for two courses and a glass of wine or dessert before tax and gratuity are factored … Continue reading