• Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media Viaggio’s meatball salad ($16) pairs two large meatballs, cooked in the restaurant’s signature red sauce, with a romaine salad topped with tomato, onion, cucumber and a red-wine vinaigrette.

    Dining Out: Highland Park’s Viaggio ‘all about family and good food’

    January 19, 2019 By Martin Carlino, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Like most who experience success in the restaurant industry, Lori and Larry Slavin consider themselves lucky.
  • New Trier’s Tyler T. Nolan (middle) looks for an open teammate against Lake Forest Wednesday, Jan. 16, in Winnetka. David Kraus/22nd Century Media

    Boys hockey: New Trier White comeback stuns Lake Forest

    January 17, 2019 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    Coming back from a big deficit is almost always a difficult task.
  • Illinois State Trooper Christopher Lambert, 34, of Highland Park, was killed Saturday, Jan. 12, on I-294 near Northbrook. Photo submitted

    From the Editor: Heartbreaking story of trooper’s death brings self-reflection

    January 14, 2019 By Eric DeGrechie, Editor Opinion, From the Editor
    It was last Saturday night, Jan. 12, when news broke regarding the tragic death of Illinois State Trooper Christopher Lambert along I-294 near Northbrook.
  • Newport Capital Partners, through a fund it manages, purchased the Edens Plaza in Wilmette last month. Photos by Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media

    New owners of Edens Plaza tout future of retail shopping center

    January 14, 2019 By Eric DeGrechie, Editor News, Business
    Ben Andrews admits he’s been eyeing Wilmette’s Edens Plaza for a long time.
  • On June 14, 1924, when this photo was taken, No Man's Land was mostly open space dissected by Sheridan Road with a sandy beach, a couple of buildings, and several billboards. Photo courtesy of Wilmette Historical Museum.

    A Word From The (Former) President: How about ‘No Man’s Land Park?’

    January 12, 2019 By John Jacoby, Contributing Columnist Opinion
    “No Man’s Land” is the 22-acre section of Wilmette that’s home to Plaza del Lago, the Sheridan Road condos and co-ops, and the Westerfield townhomes. It received this moniker a century ago because, until 1942, it wasn’t part of any municipality and was essentially ungoverned.