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Berrista Coffee Opening in Irving Park Neighborhood

Molecular gastronomy chef Homaro Cantu will open his new cafe Berrista Coffee on Chicago’s northwest side this Friday. With a menu based around the flavor-altering miracle berry, this new concept is sure to attract gourmets and foodies alike with dishes and beverages designed to leverage the miraculin within the berries to change sour and bitter …

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Chicago Jobs and National Recruiting at the ERE Recruiting Conference

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]ne of the biggest challenges that face manufacturing, engineering and design organizations today is attracting and keeping great talent. The experience at The 2014 FALL ERE Recruiting Conference was nothing short of amazing. Truly innovative presenters who are the nations best of the best in talent acquisition and human resources (Adidas, NBC, Capital One, GE and many others) spoke on topics …

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Chicago’s Global Cardboard Challenge Provides Creative Outlet for Youth

In 2011, a nine-year-old boy named Caine Monroy could have easily joined other youth in the neighborhood playing sports or video games. Instead, Monroy chose to spend his summer at his father’s auto parts store, diligently working on an arcade constructed completely of cardboard. He spent hours building and designing his arcade, developing security for …

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Gerry Judah Sculptures at Goodwood Festival of Speed

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]rtist and sculptor Gerry Judah is matter-of-fact about an unusual aspect of one commission. “I had to create a triumphal arch to hang a Ferrari.” Such is the work he is used to now. Since 1997, Judah has been building enormous, car-themed structures for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed, held in the grounds of …

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Minimal Designs “Blackline” for Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]ntroducing the “Blackline” — a steel-tubed sophisticated monster of a bicycle with basket racks, bubble tires, a weather-proof drive belt in place of a chain and smart handlebars that signal upcoming turns. The bike is Chicago’s entry in The Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project  — a national contest for the best urban bike design — and the …

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