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Four local men — two confirmed New Trier graduates — drowned Sunday, Jan. 3, in an early morning canoe accident on Mill Lake in East Troy in Walworth County, Wisconsin.
According to authorities, the four men ranged from 20-23 years old. Two bodies were recovered from the lake Sunday evening and were identified as Lanny Patrick Sack, 20, and Christopher McQuillen, 21. A third body was recovered Monday, identified as Mori Weinstein, 21.
In a town with an appetite for new culinary options, residents can say ciao to the newest arrival.
Filling in the spot vacated by Dewey’s, which closed earlier this year, is Cibo Trattoria, to be opened by equal partners Rick Raschillo, of Glenview, and Steven Santiccioli and Tim Cribb, both of Glencoe. The new restaurant will likely open by the end of May or the first week of June.
Glencoe teen remembered for unconditional love, impact on others
“This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine, Let it shine, Let it shine, Let it shine.”
After nearly 20 years on Vernon Avenue, Chin’s Chop Suey has closed. But, the space won’t be vacant for long.
Landlord Kevin Campbell is currently working with new owners who plan to open another Chinese food restaurant, called Shanghai Garden, in the same spot at 655 Vernon Ave., Glencoe.
Glencoe is known for many things in the world of the arts — sketch comedy panache should be right near the top of the list.
Henry Melcher, a 2007 New Trier graduate, and his sketch comedy group Golden Baby (featuring two other New Trier grads) will headline the 14th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival Jan. 8-18 at Stage 773 in Chicago. The festival has grown over the years, drawing comedic acts from all over the country, yet another testament to the Second City’s claim to the top spot in the nation’s comedic consciousness.
Bob and Christine Davis brought their family on Thursday, July 9, to one of the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Mandala South Asian Performing Arts program to expose them to music from around the world. Their daughter Isabelle, 5, wasted no time getting in on the action.
“We want to expose our children to different types of music,” said her dad, Bob. “She likes to dance but we had no idea how much she would enjoy this program.”
At one point, the recruiting process seemed scary, but you wouldn’t be able to tell Katia Novi felt that way when talking to her now.
Novi, a Loyola Academy sophomore, verbally committed to play soccer at Southern Methodist University on Oct. 25, 2014. It’s the next step in a journey that began when she was 3, playing AYSO in Glenview.