• The taco de camaron ($3.50) is filled with marinated spicy shrimp, cilantro, onions, red cabbage and creamy lime salsa. Colin Hanner/22nd Century Media

    The Trendy Taco pleasures the taste buds in Wilmette

    April 26, 2016 By Eric DeGrechie, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Carla Connett loves the restaurant business.
  • New Trier’s Sam Urban and Loyola’s Shannon Powers vie for possession during the Ramblers’ 1-0 loss to the Trevians on Sunday, April 24, during the PepsiCo Showdown title game at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Lois Neustadt/22nd Century Media

    Ramblers fall in final minutes

    April 27, 2016 By Michael Wojtychiw, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    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.
  • Rachel Santellano (left) and Brendan Redfern rehearse a fight scene for the Glenbrook South spring play “She Kills Monsters” during an April 12 rehearsal. Photos by Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media

    Spring play brings girl power to GBS stage

    April 26, 2016 By Courtney Jacquin, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    The dream of the ’90s is alive at Glenbrook South.
  • 10 Questions with Ryan Gardner

    April 26, 2016 By Kirsten Keller, Assistant Editor Sports, Athlete of the Week
    Ryan Gardner is a senior outside hitter on the Loyola men’s varsity volleyball team.
  • Elevated levels of lead found in a kitchen sink at Hoffman School Wednesday, April 13, triggered additional testing of all Glenview Public School District 34 water fixtures across all nine buildings. Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media

    Elevated levels of lead found in D34 water fixtures

    April 25, 2016 By Chris Pullam, Editor News
    Precautionary testing of all 246 water fountains and kitchen-area faucets throughout all eight Glenview Public School District 34 schools, as well as the administrative building, found Friday, April 22, that 97 percent of those locations contained acceptable levels of lead according to state and federal standards.