You are here

Most Viewed Articles

"But we can’t move when we’re expecting a baby!”

That was my grand rebuttal to my husband’s declaration that he had found a house for us ... in the suburbs (cue the shrill scream). 

Forgive me, but I’m one of those “city people.” I walk everywhere at a fast pace, relish the blistering noise and wax poetic about Chicago on a daily basis. Architecture! Michelin Stars! The Art Institute! Every evening, I would slouch on the well-worn sofa of our Michigan Avenue condo and watch the clouds turn pink before the skyscrapers switched on like night lights. The city glittered.

Fouad Egbaria
Leonidas Kestekides first made his name known on an international stage at the 1910 World’s Fair, in which the Greek sweetmaker presented his pastries to the world and won a bronze medal.
Megan Bernard
Five candidates are running for five open seats on the Glencoe School District 35 Board of Education.
Fouad Egbaria
Look up and down the 2016 New Trier football roster and you won’t see Glencoe heavily represented — that is, until you get to the offensive backfield.
Fouad Egbaria
For many young high school tennis players keeping tabs on the recent state playoffs, not making it provides motivation for the rest of their careers.
Fouad Egbaria

When Empower Illinois president Myles Mendoza and his wife Carrie relocated from Castle Pines, Co. to downtown Chicago six years ago, the couple faced a difficult decision.

Megan Bernard

The occupant of a Glencoe home – found to be holding 35 dogs, well in excess of limits allowed in Village ordinance – was charged with six misdemeanor counts, according to a Glencoe Department of Public Safety release from May 18.

Jeanne Harper, the occupant of the home in the 800 block of Greenwood Avenue, faces three charges relating to owner’s duties to companion animals and three charges relating to cruel treatment of companion animals.

Fouad Egbaria
Glencoe resident Whitney Fitzgerald is exactly who you would expect to meet when talking to the owner of a juice bar. She’s friendly, bubbly, and passionate about vegetables and superfoods.
Fouad Egbaria

For Jeannie Boehm, it’s all in the family. 

Her parents, Rodger and Susan, met in 1985 at Harvard University, where they both attended graduate school. One of her four older brothers played basketball at Harvard (while three others also played a sport in college, including one currently in the Ivy League). 

Fouad Egbaria
Mathew J. Laird, a former teacher at several North Shore schools, was denied bail Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Cook County Second District Courthouse in Skokie, after his arrest the day before on criminal sexual assault and aggravated child pornography charges.
Megan Bernard

Pages