Illinois culinary schools want state law to allow underage students to take a sip -- as long as they spit.A Senate committee OK'd a "sip and spit" alcohol exemption Tuesday 12-1.Emily Williams Knight is president of Kendall College in Chicago.
I'm a Superdawg kind of girlDrunken college kids frighten meI was led to believe that we live in a post-racial AmericaI'll be talking about the new Wiener's Circle reality TV show (and more) on The Afternoon Shift today around 2:40 p.m.
Chicago beat cops want real food, good food, the kind of food that makes them forget about the mean streets of Chi-Town for half an hour. Sgt. David J. Haynes and Christopher Garlington tell us what Chicago cops put in their stomachs after hours of putting their life on the line.
Martha Bayne's Soup & Bread events at The Hideout are simple. No bands, no talks, no comedians. Just soup and bread. Professional and amateur chefs (from Doug Sohn of Hot Doug's to Martha's dad) provide the soup, and donations go to local food banks.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of National Corndog Day, a movable feast celebrated not on a specific date, but the first Saturday of March Madness—which refers to college basketball, for those who don't follow that religion.