Monthly Archives: November 2012

Pizza is a Work Of Art at Dimo’s

Everyone loves pizza and we have discovered a real gem.  Not far from the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, is a place where they make pizza a work of art.  Dimo’s Pizza prides themselves on pushing the envelope. Not just … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to Mr Americana

Today , we at Chitownstarconnections are deeply saddened.  Yesterday, a television icon passed into immortality.  While Larry Hagman was still enjoying life playing the role that made him a legend, he passed away in Dallas ,Texas on Friday. The cause … Continue reading

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The Sky Is a Little Bit Brighter…A Tribute to Steve Starr

  On November 12, Steve Starr passed away.  Steve was many things to many people . He was a dear friend, he was a mentor, and he was an institution in Chicago society.  Whenever the stylish and glitterati gathered , … Continue reading

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Chitownstarconnections Favorite Things

  This is the initial installment of a new feature, Chitownstarconnections favorite things. These are wonderful items that we have come across that we absolutely adore. We all know how difficult it is to motivate ourselves to exercise. (Yours truly … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Grey’s Anatomy

This is my pick of the week and my addiction, “Grey’s Anatomy”  . Entering its ninth season,  it is the saga of Meredith Grey, surgical legacy of Ellis Grey. Meredith has returned to Seattle to begin her residency .  The … Continue reading

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Deutschland Delights Awaits Diners

Last night, we were treated to an extraordinary meal.  It isn’t often that one gets a chance to have a gastronomical experience that is created by a true artist.  But this was the case at a small little place nestled … Continue reading

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Macy’s “Great Tree” Kicks Off Holiday Season

Last Saturday, was the unofficial start of the holiday season.  One of the biggest holiday traditions is the lighting of the “Great Tree” in the center of the Walnut Room.  This annual event began in 1907 when the tree was … Continue reading

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