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Heart & Soul
Elizabeth Chambers Hammer | October 29, 2014

After surviving the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that tragically took the life of her longtime boyfriend, photographer Simon Atlee, Petra Nemcova spent many months recovering from a shattered pelvis, a shattered heart and, in many ways, a shattered world...

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Talk Turkey
Alana Stramowski | October 24, 2014

1. Acadia 
This Michelin-star and AAA Five Diamond restaurant isn’t messing around this Thanksgiving. Get your favorite classic holiday meal with a...

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In Good Hands
Jesus Torres | October 16, 2014

1. Penhaligons
They may have been born into the beauty word as a luxurious perfumer, but London-based Penhaligons has had more than 140 years of experience to perfect...

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Brunch without Borders
Francesca Gattuso | October 10, 2014

1. Mercat a la Planxa 
Mercat’s Catalan infused three-course brunch tasting menu changes every Sunday, consistently featuring...

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Scary Good
Jenny Berg | October 3, 2014

1. Chocolat Uzma Sharif
The chocolate boutique and studio celebrates the season with chocolate pumpkins. Handcrafted with premium dark chocolate (infused with Vietnamese cinnamon...

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Flying High
Lisa Shames | Photography by Anthony Tahlier | September 30, 2014

Truth be told, I’m not a fan of blood sausage. Call it what you want—black pudding, morcilla, blutwurst or any other fancy-pants name—but its iron-tinged flavor has never left me wanting for more. So I was a...

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Sarah Perkins | September 30, 2014


Marina City West Building

As the sun set behind the west building of Bertrand Goldberg’s iconic Marina City towers, photographer David Schalliol captured the most recent rooftop...

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The Write Stuff
Thomas Connors | September 30, 2014

Playwright Noah Haidle doesn’t mince words. “If an actor’s funny, write funny [stuff] for them. If they’re not, take the funny [stuff] away.” And while he’s a straight shooter in conversation, his Smokefall...

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Burning Man
Andrea Guthmann | September 30, 2014

How do you stage a massive festival named after one of the city’s worst disasters? That’s the burning question facing Jim Lasko, Redmoon Theater’s executive artistic director, as he prepares to launch three enormous floating sculptures down the...

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Sky Captain
Mike Espindle | September 30, 2014

As the new flagship business jet from Gulfstream, the G650 is, to say the least, truly top flight. The designers intent was to create a hallmark aircraft, one for the history books, by leveraging aeronautic science, next-generation materials, cutting-edge engine...

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Turns Ahead
Misty Milioto | September 30, 2014

This year, the top U.S. ski resorts are offering striking upgrades to further elevate your winter getaways to even higher levels of mountain luxury. We’ve vetted the finest offerings on or near the slopes in six buzzing ski states to curate this exclusive...

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Burning Bright
Anna Blessing | September 30, 2014

For Jessica Malkin, executive director of Chicago Ideas Week, everything is material: the future of the military, DIY kefir, David Gregory, death. Any of these, framed properly and handled by the right people, can help achieve Malkin’s ultimate goal...

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