New Trier school officials, including Winnetka Campus Principal Denise Dubravec and Superintendent Paul Sally (both center holding scissors), participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to kick off the New Trier Anew event on Sunday, Oct. 15. Photos by Lois Bernstein/22nd Century Media
October 16, 2017By Daniel I. Dorfman, Freelance ReporterNews, School
When 98-year-old New Trier graduate Norma Hoza, class of 1937, stopped by her alma mater Sunday, Oct. 15, she offered a simple statement intended as a compliment.
Merlo’s Italian Restaurant is celebrating its fifth year in business in Highland Park. Its signature dish, Nanna’s Gravy ($18), has slow-roasted pot roast, red wine and crushed tomatoes with rigatoni. Photos by Xavier Ward/22nd Century Media
October 10, 2017By Alexa Burnell, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
Young actors appearing in the Wilmette Children’s Theatre recent production of “The Addams Family” proved that even the most flawed families can succeed with a little bit of honesty, open-mindedness and understanding.
Photos by Alexa Burnell/22nd Century Media
Alex Fingerman and her mother, Julie, enjoy building a scarecrow together at Chalet Nursery’s Scarecrow Festival on Saturday, Oct. 7, in Wilmette.
At the Sept. 26 Wilmette Village Board meeting and in the October-January edition of The Communicator, Village President Bob Bielinski made inaccurate and misleading statements about residents’ efforts to support a higher minimum wage and paid sick leave.