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David McAninch is a writer living in Chicago. From 2006 to 2010 he was a deputy editor at Saveur magazine, where he developed, edited, and wrote feature and department stories on food and travel; he is currently the magazine’s editor-at-large. From 2004 to 2006 he was a frequent contributor to the City section of the New York Times; he has also written for New York magazine, the New York Daily News, and New York Newsday, among other publications, and has appeared on television and radio to talk about food, drink, and street culture.  He is currently cowriting the forthcoming book Frontera Cooking with chef Rick Bayless.

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  1. Daniel Grosso permalink
    September 24, 2010 10:21 am

    Mr. McAnnich…

    I wrote and illustrated a picture book about walking through Chicago’s streets, and would like to send you a copy. The work fits perfectly with your excellent blog.

    Would you email an address to which I might forward a copy?

    Thanks
    Daniel Grosso
    Chicago, Illinois
    grossoarts@yahoo.com

  2. January 18, 2011 8:11 pm

    Your archives are missing! I remembered some excellent posts on the loop churches and synagogue, as well as the church at Northwestern. When I went to look for them I noticed your available archives only go back to August. Is there any way to access these older entries?

    • dmcaninch permalink*
      January 19, 2011 9:10 am

      I think if you try clicking on the “October” archive, you should find that old post. It’s titled “Getting Religion.” Thanks for reading!

  3. Anne Rooney permalink
    November 27, 2011 1:59 pm

    David,

    My husband Rich and I are the Oak Park couple that met you and your wife over breakfast at the Arbor Inn in Madison last month, when you were returning from your ‘research’ of the Wisconsin supper club scene “Up North.” We just read your article in today’s New York Times Travel section and loved it. In fact, we enjoyed it so much that we decided to do a road trip to northern Wisconsin next spring to check out some of them. I love the Sister Bay Bowl too — especially the Friday night Fish Fry. Congratulations on a terrific piece; you captured the appeal perfectly and it was great fun to read.

    • dmcaninch permalink*
      November 27, 2011 8:11 pm

      Anne, thanks so much! So good to connect with other supper club habitués!

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