Monthly Archives: May 2012

Party Time with Sailor Jerry

The weather wasn’t the only thing that was hot last Sunday at Deuces and Diamonds, Chicago’s newest patio was the place for a pig roast hosted by Sailor Jerry’s Rum. Bartenders were invited to the new Wrigleyville hot spot to … Continue reading

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Hot Dog ! It’s Vienna Beef!

It’s a warm day and you are in the stands at Wrigley Field. The Cubs are up to bat and you are on the edge of your seat, with a cold drink in one hand and a steaming hot dog … Continue reading

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Union Celebrates One Year

Everyone loves a party, and boy did we get invited to a great one. There may have not have been cake , but there was lots of treats. Union Sushi and BBQ threw the party and Chef Chao  was the … Continue reading

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Candy Land Comes to Chicago

The logo from the Sweets and Snacks expo that took place last week at McCormick Place. All photography is by Jennifer Hedrick. Everyone has played the game “Candy Land” where the players embark on a journey through a magical land … Continue reading

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It’s A Whole New World at the NRA Food Show Part One

For a few days, McCormick Place and the City of Chicago play host to the gourmets and restauranteurs of the world.  They come to the Windy City to buy and try new and exciting products for the restaurant and hospitality … Continue reading

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Fox Celebrates 25 Part Two!

Fox continued to grow as the years went on.  Always trying to be the innovator, they tried to cash in on the science fiction craze with X Files. It was a series that demonstrated that aliens could possibly exist and … Continue reading

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A Classic Comes to Chicago

Andrew  Lloyd Webber, the name evokes everything that is musical theatre. His shows  are legendary and their stories can go down in the annals of theatre history.  They demonstrate the human condition and tell the story with dramatic, colorful characters.  … Continue reading

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