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November 16, 2011 | By Curt Wagner and RedEye
If fans of ABC's "Revenge" feel like making a drinking game out of watching the soapy series, they now have a drink of choice: the Black Dahlia. In Wednesday's episode, "Treachery," the real Emily Thorne--I'll call her Amanda (Margarita Levieva) to make things easier--mixed up a few Black Dahlias for herself and bar hunk Jack (Nick Wechsler). I looked around the web for the drink and found many versions of it. But not the "Revenge" version. So here's the recipe as Amanda said it: BLACK DAHLIA 3 ounces of vodka 1 ounce Creme de cassis "A little"...
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November 16, 2011 | By Curt Wagner and RedEye
If fans of ABC's "Revenge" feel like making a drinking game out of watching the soapy series, they now have a drink of choice: the Black Dahlia. In Wednesday's episode, "Treachery," the real Emily Thorne--I'll call her Amanda (Margarita Levieva) to make things easier--mixed up a few Black Dahlias for herself and bar hunk Jack (Nick Wechsler). I looked around the web for the drink and found many versions of it. But not the "Revenge" version. So here's the recipe as Amanda said it: BLACK DAHLIA 3 ounces of vodka 1 ounce Creme de cassis "A little"...
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December 6, 2012 | By Mick Swasko, @mickswasko and RedEye
Serial bank robbers - or crooks who commit three or more heists - don't make off with just cash. They also sometimes get a nickname from the FBI. Special Agent Ross Rice of Chicago's FBI field office is in charge of coming up with the monikers for the repeat offenders. He said there isn't a science to it. Rather, the designations have a two-fold purpose: make the name stick in the media and public's mind, and make the criminals easily identifiable to the law enforcement officials working on the case.
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November 16, 2011 | By Curt Wagner and RedEye
“Revenge” producer Mike Kelley is kind of a genius. I try not to throw that word around lightly, but the Winnetka native earns the praise for creating a must-see, damn-it's-not-on-this-week drama at 9 p.m. Wednesdays on ABC. I'd call it a guilty pleasure, but I feel no guilt at all enjoying it. Kelley's real genius - and I'm an idiot for not seeing this earlier but I was too preoccupied with all its soapy goodness - is that he's...
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