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When the Joint Was Jumpin'
Jim McFarlin | November 26, 2014

In the 1960s, Ken Price did not have one of the coveted silver keys to Chicago’s Playboy Club. But as one of the city’s Mad Men, he didn’t really need his own.

“The president of the ad...

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The Prophet
Andrew Myers | November 26, 2014

Is Marcus Lemonis the prophet for whom small-business owners, reality TV junkies and CNBC executives have been waiting for? Lemonis, for those of you not belonging to any of these categories, is the charismatic star, self-made millionaire, bottom-line...

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Getting in the Mix
Lisa Shames | November 26, 2014

“Fusion” is sometimes considered a bad word. We blame those terrible ingredient mashups of the late ‘80s (roast-beef sushi rolls, anyone?). These days, however, some creative Chicago chefs are tapping into their own...

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Spirited Developments
Anthony Todd | November 26, 2014

At the ripe old age of 6 years old, Koval is the granddaddy of the craft-distilling industry in Chicago; it was one of the first modern small...

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Reel Life
Joel Reese | November 26, 2014

We’ll say it: Sophia Bush is probably working harder than you.

The 32-year-old actress stars as Detective Erin Lindsay on NBC’s hit show Chicago P.D., and in her spare time, Bush is an ardent activist for myriad issues, including...

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Peak Performers
Katie Anne Orr | November 26, 2014

When fitness firecrackers Tracy Roemer and Bonnie Micheli coined the concept for Shred415—a fierce cocktail of high-intensity running, weights and hot beats (sometimes spun by live DJs)...

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The Stylists
Jessie Sardina | August 20, 2014

300 W. Grand Ave., 312.895.1577

Nicholas Hansen doesn’t want his clients to leave his showroom just looking good;...

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Wine Tuned
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | August 20, 2014

Clockwise from left: Domaine Jacques Prieur Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru (2012), $290, at; Warwick derby shoes, $1,695, by John Lobb...

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No Plain Jane
Jim McFarlin | August 20, 2014

North Side native Gina Rodriguez, who parlayed her childhood love of performance with the local salsa troupe Fantasia Juvenil into a burgeoning acting career, stars in one of the fall’s most-talked-about new series: Jane The Virgin,...

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