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In The Issue
The Daily Grind
Because it's Friday...
by Brian Hickey
1 hour ago
It's six hours and 11 minutes until 4:20. Do you know where your children are? »»
Tonight on NBC10's "Life" Segment: When Desserts Turn Trippy
by Brian Hickey
3 hours ago
Additional lesson (with thanks from Dan McQuade): »»
Quasi-Censorship! Quasi!! Censorship!!
by Patrick Rapa
3 hours ago
Local artist John Thornton claims it was "quasi-censorship" that kept his Bible Studier's Digest series out of a recent exhibition at The Art Institute »»
On the Download: So Cool They're, Um, Cool
by Justin Bauer
18 hours ago
It gets tempting to describe bands by concept — after all, every one remembers the pitch scene from The Player, and in the »»
Dashboard Confessional, Nov. 15, Electric Factory
2 hours ago
I'm actually going to read to you about it from my LJ. This funny, earnest, enthusiastic review was found on YouTube. If you make a little video »»
Patrick Street, Nov 14, Crossroads
by mary armstrong
23 hours ago
Crossroads takes place in a grand old church, with the requisite above the street elevation. No matter how tall you are, on some step you will have the »»
The Low Road, Nov. 10, Tin Angel
1 day ago
And all the loose ends will be left untied. What to say? It was a great show. The band sounded wonderful, like old champs summoning up their »»
Stevie Wonder, Nov.8, Wachovia Center
by deesha dyer
1 day ago
"Boy, you better get your ass up and sing..." Those words came to the legendary Stevie Wonder after the 2006 death of his mother. He said she »»
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Jose Pistola's | 263 S. 15th St.
Jose Pistola's (the Tex-Mex alias of co-owner Joe Gunn) is a burrito bar for the fancy-beer-swilling crowd — anyone who wants to watch a game without being surrounded by hoarse-voiced Iggles moes. A lengthy draft selection includes local seasonal sel »»
Beneluxx Tasting Room | 33 S. Third St.
Taking over A Bar Named Sue's subterreanean space, Beneluxx Tasting Room offers wine, beer and cheese sold by the ounce — perfect for those who just can't commit. On-table glass rinsers provide plenty of fun for tasting snobs and practical jokers ali »»
Meju Korean Restaurant | 213 Chestnut St.
Steve Cho, who owns Double Shots Espresso Bar (211 Chestnut St.), has taken over the adjacent storefront vacated by Todd Lean's Mandoline for this classic Korean BYO. The menu at the 36-seat Meju (that's a fermented soybean product used in Korean »»
Slainte | 3000 Market St.
The Doyle family’s refurbished Doyle’s Corner has been reborn as Sláinte, a friendly, modern pub space named after the traditional Irish/Scottish toast. Directly across the way from 30th Street Station, the space’s furnishings and woodwork were craft »»
Finishing the Game (No Rating)
Southland Tales (R)