Things To Do
More than 100 local and out-of-state artists will showcase thousands of one-of-a-kind art pieces available for sale this weekend at Westfield Old Orchard during the annual North Shore Festival of Art.
July 25 8:18 a.m. |
Stevenson senior Sophia Way is not on any list of Illinois’s highest-ranked girls basketball players.
July 24 4:44 p.m. |
Evan Singer adopted a 7-month-old, untrained mutt from the Anti-Cruelty Society of Chicago five years ago.
Following the departure of the Class of 2014, New Trier High School officials have completed the ACT analysis for its most recent graduating class.
July 24 1 p.m. |
Raising children who conduct their lives according to a moral or ethical standard has never been easy.
In an era day when Congressional gridlock makes passage of legislation difficult, Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) saw a unanimous vote on the second bill he has authored since he took office in 2013.
July 23 5:03 p.m. |
What’s happening in the Middle East might not seem more than 6,000 miles away to area Jews who are feeling the heat of pro-Palestinian sentiment.
In a battle stretching the length of Lake Michigan, Windquest outdueled Il Mostro for first-to-finish honors in the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac.
Arts & Entertainment
Simply put, “Boyhood” is an extraordinary film about ordinary life. There’s never been anything quite like it, probably because the odds against it working out, even on a purely practical level, must have seemed enormous in the beginning.
From the Community
July 18 10 a.m. |
Michael Sopocy, a professional bass angler, pulled a 6.2 pound largemouth bass from the Skokie Lagoons.