April 26, 2016By Alexa Burnell, Freelance ReporterNews
Georgiana Tudosescu recently opened a new flower shop in Wilmette’s Plaza Del Lago and encourages folks to think outside of the vase.
Photos by Derek Wolff/22nd Century Media
New Trier’s Scott Bickel connects on the backhand during his match at No. 1 singles against Lake Forest’s Will Zordani on April 20 from Lake Forest High School’s West Campus. Bickel’s match was suspended due to weather in the third set.
Marred by the late arrival of a second bus and much like the sporadic wind and rain that assailed the courts in short bursts throughout the afternoon and into early evening, New Trier arrived to its match with Lake Forest on April 20 in waves.
Taco de carne asada ($3) at The Trendy Taco in Wilmette contains tender skirt steak, onions and cilantro. Photos by Colin Hanner/22nd Century Media
April 25, 2016By Daniel I. Dorfman, Freelance ReporterNews, School
Ray and Gay Weber, of Kenilworth, like to take their 19-year-old son Cole out when they can, but since Cole is on the autism spectrum, sometimes their social options are limited.
Photos by Lois Bernstein/22nd Century Media
New Trier celebrates after Sydney Parker scored the game’s only goal in a 1-0 win over Loyola Academy in the final of the PepsiCo Showdown on Sunday, April 24, at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.
With Loyola Academy being around the bend from New Trier’s Northfield campus and instances where students from the same family attend either school, it wasn’t a surprise that the PepsiCo Showdown title game on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology was an emotional one.