• Angelina Vivant, of Glencoe, created a charitable component to her upcoming Glencoe Festival of Art exhibit called Community Strokes of Kindness. Photo Submitted

    Residents to collectively create art

    July 17, 2018 By Submitted Content News

    Family Service of Glencoe is partnering with Angelina Vivant Fine Art on a community painting to take place during the 2018 Glencoe Festival of Art.

  • Glencoe’s Jack Soble, 17, sinks a birdie with his teammate Alex Cardonick at Glencoe Park District’s Disc Golf Open Tournament Sunday, July 15, at Watts Park. Photos by Jill Dunbar/22nd Century Media

    Glencoe Disc Golf Open returns for second year

    July 16, 2018 By Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Community

    It was a warm summer afternoon at Glencoe’s Watts Park.

  • The broiled branzino ($29), or Mediterranean sea bass, and other fish are flown in weekly from Greece to Winnetka’s Avli Restaurant. Photos by Harrison Raft/22nd Century Media

    Traditional Greek gets contemporary spin at Avli

    July 13, 2018 By Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Louie Alexakis lights up when he’s talking about food and his family’s homeland of Greece.
  • Chicago Botanic Garden’s Farm on Ogden opened June 22 in Chicago. The Glencoe-based garden partnered with Lawndale Christian Health Center to build it in the Chicago neighborhood. Courtesy of Chicago Botanic Garden

    Glencoe’s Chicago Botanic Garden opens Farm on Ogden

    July 9, 2018 By Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts

    There is a new farm in Chicago, one of the first of its kind in the nation.

  • New Trier sophomores (left to right) Camille Scrine, Cole Jiaras and Lauren Schwaab pose with their prize check at The Next Launch, a regional business pitch competition for high school students. The team won $1,000 for advancing to the final round, plus $10,000 for placing as first runners-up. Photo Submitted

    High-schoolers win $11K at new-business competition

    July 11, 2018 By Submitted Content News, School
    New Trier High School rising juniors Camille Scrine, Cole Jiaras and Lauren Schwaab received $11,000 to make their small business dreams a reality.