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Solemn Oath Brewery President and CEO John Barley, left, and head brewer Tim Marshall debuted their Belgo-American beer in mid-May during Chicago Craft Beer Week. (Melissa Jenco/Tribune)

Craft brewery opens in Naperville

Tanya Robinson of Crest Hill works on her laptop while daughter Amartya Robinson, 3, plays with toys at Cafe 'N' Play. (Melissa Jenco/Tribune)

Photos: Cafe combines toys and tranquility

Founders of Cocktails for Cures
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Cocktails For Cures Ladies Night Fundraiser

Officials of two towns – Aurora and Naperville – and other business and community leaders on March 19 gathered to participate in and celebrate the opening of OMango, Flavors of India, the quick casual dining establishment located at 1056 N Rt. 59, near the Route 59 METRA Station.  Doing the official ribbon cutting honors are Naperville Mayor George Pradel (center with scissors) and Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner (to the left with scissors), who were joined at the ceremony by Lynda Elmore, Aurora's 10th Ward alderman (to Weisner’s left), and members and ambassadors from the Naperville Chamber of Commerce and Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce.
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Officially Welcomes OMango, Flavors Of India Quick Casual Dining Establishment To The Aurora/Naperville Family Of Businesses

Cuisine 2011
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Cuisine for a Cause

Bunny face cake.

Step-by-step bunny cake

A Weight Watchers Thanksgiving includes low-fat sweet potatoes and artichoke dip. (Mary Rakoczy/TribLocal)

Show us your Thanksgiving spread

E.leaven Food Company’s Halloween Cookies.

Creep us out: Post Halloween eats and treats

Emily McGrath created this autumn pumpkin soup. For the recipe, go to

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