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Wine Seller
By Michael Austin | February 5, 2015

Michael Davis is the man with the hammer—one of the country’s most experienced wine auctioneers—and his skills and success deserve a grand stage.

The good people at Lyric Opera of Chicago...

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Oh, Olivia
By Elina Fuhrman | January 30, 2015

“I’m an over-orderer,” Olivia Munn confides as we settle in at a cozy Thai restaurant in Burbank. “I usually get a wonton soup, the red curry with chicken, a pad thai, and egg rolls; and I also like pineapple fried rice and also barbecue ribs....

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Out of This World
By Joel Hoglund | January 29, 2015

Chicago has taken a beating on the big screen recently. After Transformers tore our skyline to shreds, Superman duked it out with General Zod in Union Station, and the Divergent crew used Navy Pier as their post-apocalyptic playground, a new...

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Chow Down
By Sarah Perkins | January 23, 2015

1. Ceres’ Table
Named for the ancient Roman goddess of harvest, the cozy Italian resto offers a dinner menu with fresh, seasonal fare. The four-course meal showcases arancine, shrimp...

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Turning Japanese
Lisa Shames | Photography by Anthony Tahlier | January 22, 2015

Most of us express our fondness for a particular type of cuisine by frequenting restaurants that serve it. But if you’re Boka Restaurant Group’s Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz, the guys behind a slew of Chicago’s...

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Click
By Chiara Milioulis | January 21, 2015

When
7:10pm
11.1.14

Where
Lyric Opera of Chicago

Opera aficionados and supporters alike gathered at the Civic Opera Building to celebrate Lyric Opera of Chicago’s 60th birthday with a sold-out...

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Making the Cut
By Chiara Milioulis | January 21, 2015

How did you get your start in the salon industry?
It wasn’t always my ambition to be a hairdresser. My dad owned a pizzeria, and one of our drivers was an apprentice at a hair salon. I visited the salon one Saturday and had so...

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Rarefied Racer
By Nate Chapnick | January 21, 2015

There’s nothing more opulent or authentically luxurious than Bentley’s flagship sedan, the Mulsanne. This storied automobile set the world standard by which all other luxury vehicles are judged when its most modern iteration debuted back in 2010....

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Party Girl
By Katie Anne Orr | January 21, 2015

One evening four years ago, Elysabeth Alfano hosted a neuroscientist, musician, author, ceramist and chef for an evening meal. “The chef created the food, the author read from her book, the musician had a guitar and, after a little wine,...

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Hold On To Your Hats
Sarah Perkins | January 16, 2015

1. Gold Coast Couture
Known for stocking coveted designers such as Philip Treacy, Gold Coast Couture will be sure to top your outfit off with the most lavish of headwear. Channel your inner aristocrat with the Nassak, a regal fox fur...

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The Best of the City
The Editors | January 15, 2015

BEST OF THE CITY | CULTURE

Museum Maverick

Since taking over as chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in 2010, Michael Darling hasn’t shied away from mounting...

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Michelin Men
By Lisa Shames | January 12, 2015

As the chefs behind two of Chicago’s top restaurants, Grant Achatz of Alinea and Curtis Duffy of Grace have a lot in common beyond a knack for wearing the heck out of a sweater (as evidenced in the photo). The two worked together at Evanston’s cutting-...

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