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November 15, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) If you get excited at the use of phrases like “graphical user interface,” “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” will likely feel like a fantastic slab of previously unseen geek porn. For others, this 70-minute interview with the late billionaire, conducted in 1995 so a small snippet could be used for a PBS miniseries entitled “Triumph of the Nerds,” will combine a significant amount of subjectively dull computer speak with anecdotes and philosophies that register as brilliantly...
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December 7, 2011 | By Lisa Arnett
Recently opened Chicago restaurant Quay will get the Food Network treatment when it's featured on new docu-series “Chef Hunter” on Thursday. The show follows culinary recruiter Carrie McCully as she helps find the right chef for six different restaurants around the country. An earlier episode ended with the hiring of "Top Chef: Nyesha Arrington, who is also currently on “Top Chef: Texas.” at Wilshire, a restaurant in Santa Monica, Calif. Though Food Network would not reveal the two final chef candidates featured on the show, Chicago magazine has reported that...
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 7, 2011 | By Lisa Arnett
Recently opened Chicago restaurant Quay will get the Food Network treatment when it's featured on new docu-series “Chef Hunter” on Thursday. The show follows culinary recruiter Carrie McCully as she helps find the right chef for six different restaurants around the country. An earlier episode ended with the hiring of "Top Chef: Nyesha Arrington, who is also currently on “Top Chef: Texas.” at Wilshire, a restaurant in Santa Monica, Calif. Though Food Network would not reveal the two final chef candidates featured on the show, Chicago magazine has reported that...
ENTERTAINMENT
November 15, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) If you get excited at the use of phrases like “graphical user interface,” “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” will likely feel like a fantastic slab of previously unseen geek porn. For others, this 70-minute interview with the late billionaire, conducted in 1995 so a small snippet could be used for a PBS miniseries entitled “Triumph of the Nerds,” will combine a significant amount of subjectively dull computer speak with anecdotes and philosophies that register as brilliantly...
SPORTS
December 27, 2011 | By Ryan Smith, For RedEye
The Harlem Globetrotters will be looking a bit different in more ways than one when their world tour stops at Allstate Arena on Friday. For a squad known historically for boasting a roster full of African-American men like Wilt Chamberlain and Connie Hawkins, it's unusual that the newly minted rookie class includes Fatima "TNT" Maddox and Jacob "Hops" Tucker. Maddox, a South Side native, is the first female Globetrotter in 19 years and only the ninth in the team's history.
NEWS
July 4, 2012 | By Mick Swasko, RedEye
Matt Mosher, Founder and CEO of hiredMYway.com, said he saw a problem with traditional job hunting websites becoming a "black hole" for resumes. Too many people apply to too many jobs, leaving the companies with piles of applicants, some serious and some not. Chicago job seekers who have ever felt as though they would do anything to get a pair of human eyes on their resume might be in luck. For $5, a startup that has moved into the Chicago area in the last month guarantees it. It's also offering those who pony up a chance at extra cash.
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