• Glenbrook South graduate Alex Ferrone, who will play at Endicott College next year, competes for the Titans during the 2017 season. 22ND CENTURY MEDIA FILE PHOTO

    Going places: Ferrone ready for a second shot at the sport he loves

    August 14, 2017 By Michal Dwojak, Assistant Editor Sports, High School
    Alex Ferrone is looking for redemption.
  • Glenbrook South graduate Tommy O’Hara takes a swing for the Tufts University baseball team. Tufts University

    Alumni Spotlight: O’Hara thrives in leadership role at Tufts

    August 14, 2017 By Michal Dwojak, Assistant Editor Sports, High School
    Tommy O’Hara is the Tom Brady of baseball — well at least to some.
  • Guests ride a make-believe blue train engine during Peds in the Woods, organized by Glenview resident Kevynne Chawla, on Aug. 6 at St. Paul Woods in Morton Grove.

    Glenview resident organizes picnic for kids touched by cancer

    August 14, 2017 By Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News
    Glenview’s Kevynne Chawla uses life experiences to help help those in need.
  • Egg Harbor Cafe’s Belgian waffle ($6) is topped with butter, confectioner’s sugar and an array of syrups. Dylan San Roman/22nd Century Media

    Quick Bites: Waffles abound at North Shore diners

    August 14, 2017 By Dylan San Roman, Editorial Intern Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Among one of breakfast’s most popular -— and heartiest — menu items is the waffle.
  • Evelyn Anderson learns a special paint technique from Mari Sokolowski, owner of Pinot’s Palette, during the Art at The Glen Festival on Aug. 5. Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media

    The Glen plays host to juried art fair

    August 14, 2017 By Alexa Burnell, Staff Writer Life & Arts
    More than 180 juried artists overtook The Glen Town Center from Aug. 5-6 during the 14th annual Art at The Glen Festival, adding a splash of color to the already vibrant shopping center.

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