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Change of SubjectPart of an occasional series Commenter ID: LizH Real name: Liz (Elizabeth), last name starts with "H". Gender: female Age: I like to say (like Carson's ads), "55 or better". I'm probably the oldest regular poster, but not in spirit!......
WGN NewsYou know how great it feels when you get something for free and you had no idea it was coming? That’s what happened this weekend to a Chicago woman. A panel of judges in Chicago’s Edison Park neighborhood spent weeks pouring over nomination...
Bond was set at $5 million this afternoon for a 34-year-old Chicago man charged with first-degree murder in the death of an Edison Park man who was allegedly strangled during a heated argument about drug money, Park Ridge authorities said. Police...
Marjorie Sladek Stueckemann grew up largely unfamiliar with her Bohemian heritage. It was only after retiring as a science teacher in 2001 that she got involved. Immersed might be a better word. Her curiosity led her to research her roots, which in...
TribLocal - EvanstonKevin Reeks of Evanston is director and musical director of the James Downing Theatre's production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," running through March …...
Tribune criticVisiting Osteria Ottimo, a joint venture between Patrick Concannon (of Don Juan's restaurant in Chicago's Edison Park neighborhood) and Scott Harris (of the 20-locations-and-counting Mia Francesca empire), is not unlike attending the out-of-town debut...
Special to the TribuneThe first time President Barack Obama visited Edison Park he was Illinois Sen. Obama with two preschool children at home. It was an invitation to dine at Zia's Trattoria on "restaurant row" that drew Obama from one end of the city to the other -- from...
TribLocal - Des Plaines » NewsAn organic vendor selling produce is one of several new changes in this year's lineup for the Park Ridge Farmer's Market. The certified organic family-run …...
In the second installment of our six-part series on Chicago and the suburbs, we explore the North Side, site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, the Steppenwolf Theatre, Wrigley Field and the Water Tower — but no World Series titles ( the Cubs were...
SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNELast year, Arlington Heights leaders passed a controversial law banning the sale of most single-serving bottles of alcohol at liquor stores. Now Mayor Arlene Mulder is thinking about proposing a moratorium on new licenses for packaged liquor sales in the...
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