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After giving the Gold Coast a hip and expensive steakhouse in Maple & Ash, Brian OâConnor is eyeing River North and Italian food next. Over the spring, OâConnor quietly exited Maple & Ashâwhere he was managing partnerâto focus on his own restaurant group. OâConnorâs not ready to share details, but the first of these projects is called Bar Lupo, a neighborhood Italian pub at an undisclosed location in River North.
Beyonce cleaned up at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, taking home a total of five trophies. The superstar won the categories of âBest Female Video' for her single âHold Up', as well as âBest Video of the Year' for her political hit âFormation'. Other big winners at the ceremony, held at New York's Madison Square Garden, included Calvin Harris, who won the category of âBest Male Video' for âThis Is What You Came For', featuring Rihanna, and Drake, who won âBest Hip Hop Video' for âHotline Bling'.
Legendary Mexican singer and producer Juan Gabriel died on Sunday after a heart attack in Santa Monica, California, the Televisa network reported in his home country. Alberto Aguilera Valadez, who used the stage name Juan Gabriel, "died at 11:30 local time of a heart attack," Televisa reported. With more than 1,000 gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums to his credit, Gabriel had the attack at his home in Santa Monica, Televisa said.
By Jill Serjeant NEW YORK (Reuters) - Beyonce dominated the MTV Video Music awards on Sunday, prowling the stage with a 15 minute medley from her powerful "Lemonade" album and taking home eight statuettes, including the top prize - video of the year. On a night when women ruled, Britney Spears returned to the VMA stage for the first time in a decade, and Rihanna performed four times to mark her lifetime achievement award. Beyonce brought the house down at New York's Madison Square Garden, stringing together five of her "Lemonade" album tracks about betrayal, revenge and female empowerment in a song and dance routine that brought a long standing ovation.