The Chicago institution is finally working on a book, due out next spring, and this time it's collaborative. Doug's says it's seeking "stories, photos, memories, drawings, poems...anything that can go in a book."
Claire Zulkey recently went to Kuma’s Corner for the first time, where she's heard the heavy metal is incredibly loud, the wait time unbelievably long (friends and well-wishers promised me anything from two to four hours for dinner) and the burgers incredibly delicious.
Next week marks five years since the start of Chicago’s short lived foie gras ban. The fatty duck and goose livers, produced by force feeding fowl through metal tubes inserted in their throats, are either a delicacy or the product of horrific animal cruelty, depending on who you ask.