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Once a year, high-end restaurants in every major U.S. city open their menus for a week of slash-priced meals, at around thirty dollars a head. This, splurge-deprived restaurant-goers, is called Restaurant Week. Clientele shifts, tables fill, and dishes like foie gras with fig are eaten, guiltlessly, in excess. Here, two executive chefs from New York and Chicago give us a view from the back of the...

The Fitness Guru with a Plan

fitness.imageFor those under the age of 30, health is rarely a top priority. But, a certain fitness guru from the Windy City has a simple plan of action to get college students in shape by the year 2010. Join our Chicago writer, Dennise Pineda for the details.

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