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Inside the Mind: Albert Tanquero (on Forbe’s Chicago Diss)

Inside the Mind: Albert Tanquero (on Forbe’s Chicago Diss)

When the Found founder Albert Tanquero learned that Forbes Magazine put the smack-down on Chicago (calling it the 3rd most miserable city to live in, possibly the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever read in my entire life), he sent out an email response that I found to be quite delightful.  Naturally I asked if he’d […]

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It’s a small world: Chicago Home + Garden’s Sept/Oct issue

Scout owner, Larry Vodak’s incredible home, is featured in the latest Chicago Home + Garden. I picked up a free copy of Chicago Home + Garden’s September / October issue at last weekend’s Chicago Antique Market (did you go?), but I definitely would have paid for it. If you’re not reading Chicago Home + Garden, […]

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Expert Advice: Albert Tanquero’s 5 Ebay Shopping Tips

Expert Advice: Albert Tanquero’s 5 Ebay Shopping Tips

This week, I’m kicking off, “Expert Advice,” a semi-regular column written by experts in their field. You’re probably thinking, “I thought you knew everything?” And that’s a very smart (brilliant, really) assumption, because yes, I do know everything. But I’m also very tired, and I relish turning the keys over to somebody else for the […]

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Artist Spotlight: Tony Fitzpatrick (and my thanks to a good friend)

Cool stuff from Albert I recently visited the Chicago Cultural Center’s exhibit of prominent Chicago artist, Tony Fitzpatrick*, and I was quite taken and especially impressed with the intricate detail; each piece rolls up a seemingly countless number of narratives into an overarching story. While discussing the show with my new friend, Albert Tanquero (whom […]

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