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The Dish: ‘Pizza philanthropist’ makes food for good; Chicago Dough Co. famous for pizza, being part of the community

by T.J. Kremer III, Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Chicago is famous — or infamous — for many things.

It is known as a sports town. There is the Sears Tower (sorry, Willis). And, of course, the food.

And if one were to list the foods for which the city...

The Dish: Chef finds space, support for creativity at Tribes; Mitch Garcia’s menu shake-ups hit up to three times a year

by Bill Jones, Managing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Regulars at Tribes — be it the Mokena Beer Company or the Tinley Park Alehouse — know that the menu is always subject to change.

The beer, in particular, is an ever-rotating combination of Tribes’ own brews and some of...

The Dish: Pizza joint rebuilds brand under new owners

by Jacquelyn Schlabach, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

He lived down the street from B&V Pizza in Lockport growing up, and now he is running it.

Vic Pellicano purchased the pizza joint that has been around for 31 years roughly a month ago with his godmother. The...