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Branching Out
Lisa Shames | Photography by Anthony Tahlier | June 2, 2016

It’s not standard procedure to open a restaurant review with a caveat, but Arbor’s needs one: Don’t expect to find the exact dishes described on these pages...

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Fire Man
By Joel Reese | June 1, 2016

Randolph Street and its environs are, of course, already home to an honor roll of major Chicago chefs. That list got far more complete this spring, with the arrival of Cruz Blanca, a brewery featuring a DIY Oaxacan-influenced taqueria, and Leña Brava, a 75-seat seafood-oriented...

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Top-Down Off-Roader
By Nate Chapnick | May 31, 2016

Whether fording a stream or shuttling royalty to a charity gala, Range Rovers are known across the globe for both their exceptional off-road capabilities and luxurious interiors. Now, Range Rover hopes people will also start thinking drop-top fun when the...

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The Zen of Adventure
By Beth Weitzman | May 31, 2016

If location is everything, Amangiri has it all—and then some. The resort’s setting is simply astonishing. A center of Zen amid towering red-rock formations, glistening mesas and dusty...

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Magic Man
By Carita Rizzo | May 26, 2016

Watching Daniel Radcliffe play a sociopath trying to impress his megalomaniac father in Now You See Me 2 (opening June 10) is a thrill. In the magic-filled action caper, a sequel to the 2013 blockbuster, his character possesses charm and enthusiasm, but this tech...

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5 Places to Celebrate Memorial Weekend
By Lily Sperry | May 23, 2016

1. Odyssey Firework Cruise
Spend an evening dining and cruising aboard the Odyssey. To fete the beginning of Navy Pier’s firework...

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5 Places Every Chicagoan Should Visit
By Lily Sperry | May 16, 2016

1. McCormick Tribune Campus Center
The Illinois Institute of Technology’s Campus Center caters to more than just its bright students. Designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, it also...

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Top 5: Big Drinkers
By David Zivan | May 9, 2016

1. Chicago Cut
”When you think about the dinners you remember in life,” says Managing Partner David Flom, “there was often a 3-liter bottle on the...

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Top of the Class
By Nate Chapnick | May 3, 2016

Exotic Convertible: Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
The key fob is made of crystal; its body panels are crafted of advanced lightweight carbon fiber; and its powerful brakes are rendered in carbon ceramic. The hand-built 2016...

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State of Grace
By Melanie Rud Chadwick, Chandler Rollins, Lisa Shames and Rebecca Taras | May 3, 2016

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE

One to Try: Floating Therapy
Float your worries—and pains—away at ...

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2016 Salon & Stylist Awards
By Melanie Rud Chadwick, Sarah Ryan and Rebecca Taras | May 3, 2016

BEST ONE-STOP SHOP
George the Salon
Already a go-to spot for a killer haircut and color, this...

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Deep Focus
By Thomas Connors | May 3, 2016

Long before Bowling for Columbine and Super Size Me made it to multiplexes across the country, there was Hoop Dreams. Released in 1994, the film followed two NBA-ambitious teens from the city whose hopes rise and fall when they’re offered...

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