Food & Drink,
Food & Drink Feature,
May 13, 2010
Peoria, IL: Drawing on the same farms that supply Chicago's best, a homegrown chef has the culiscenti parachuting into Peoria.
by Mike Sula
Food & Drink Feature, Peoria, Josh Adams, June, Vie, North Pond, Raymond Sokolov, hiramasa sashimi, Peoria Heights, Homaro Cantu, Grant Achatz, Henry's Farm, Kilgus, Caveny, Living Earth, Lyndon Hartz, Hartz Produce, Charlie Trotter, Lessons in Excellence, Matthias Verge, Illinois Central College, French Culinary Institute, Paul Virant, Heston Blumenthal, Pierre Gagniare, Ferran Adria, Stephane Reynaud, Alinea, Brasserie 8 1/2, Revolver
Jan 11, 2010
There's nothing new or specifically modern about men of the cloth taking liberties with young parishioners
by Cliff Doerksen
Bad News From the Past, We're Old, pedophilia, clerical sexual abuse, ephebophilia, horse and buggy, gold watch, banking, Peoria, Episcopalianism, pederasty, religion, church, media censorship, cover-up, scandal
Oct 21, 2009
NEA chair Rocco Landesman will visit seven states to push his message that "art works." First stop, Peoria, where he has some fence-mending to do because of remarks he made last summer comparing Peoria theater negatively to theater in Chicago.
by Albert Williams
Onstage, Politics, Performing Arts, Dance, Arts, Clout City, Rocco Landesman, NEA, National Endowment for the Arts, Grantmakers in the Arts, Eastlight Theatre, Peoria
Oct 6, 2006
If Jon Stewart weren't God, we'd have to invent him.
by Harold Henderson
Chicago, Politics, Education, Media, Sports, Academics, Richard M. Daley, Littering, Openlands Project, Ray Lahood, Peoria