Smithsonian Channel’s Drinks, Crimes and Passion

If you’re like us, there is rarely ever any cable programming to look forward to. This story about the only repeal in U.S. Constitutional history challenges that. The Smithsonian Channel is here with a two-part Prohibition era documentary releasing this month. _______________________________________ Part One: Flappers and Bootleggers (June 11th) Part …

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48 hrs in The Bay

Whether it’s crossing the Cheddar Curtain, a quick getaway up to the summerhouse in Michigan, or a day trip to the suburbs, Chicagoans love escaping occupied Chicago. Recently we spent time in one of those towns that you genuinely are saddened when you have to leave – San Francisco. 7 …

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Ask For Craft

  Chicago is no stranger to the increasing popularity of craft beers—nationally, the craft brewing industry has grown 11% by volume and 12% by retail dollars in 2010—and Louis Glunz has remained at the forefront of this widespread trend by keeping Chicagoland supplied with a diverse and high quality selection …

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