• Performers (left to right) Terry Treger, Grace Niedermaier and Isabella Hajjar play “Soul Man,” by Sam & Dave, during the Student Music Showcase on Nov. 12 at the Rock House in Glenview. Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media

    Rock House musicians jam before a packed house

    November 19, 2017 By Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Fledgling musicians had the opportunity to display their talents before a packed house of parents, family and friends on Nov. 12 at the Rock House in Glenview.
  • Glenview resident Mike Korman describes his military experiences in the Navy to audiences on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, at the Winnetka Community House. DANIEL I. DORFMAN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Glenview veteran shares journey with U.S. Navy

    November 19, 2017 By Daniel I. Dorfman, Freelance Reporter News
    Mike Korman grew up in Philadelphia with an alcoholic father he desperately wanted to escape.
  • Marielle Scott (MAIN bottom) and Wilmette native Seana Kofoed film a scene of “30 Miles from Nowhere” last September in Ingleside. Kelly Demaret, a Glenbrook South graduate, produced the film. Photo by AJ Umlauf

    GBS, NT grads team up for ‘30 Miles from Nowhere’

    November 19, 2017 By Chris Pullam, Editor News
    Most people would actively avoid laying in a bed infested with Madagascar hissing cockroaches, but for Seana Kofoed, a New Trier graduate, it’s just part of the job.
  • Loyola’s Rhys Logan runs the ball against Edwardsville on Saturday, Nov. 18, in Edwardsville. Tim Vizer/22nd Century Media

    Loyola football hangs on for win in state semis

    November 19, 2017 By David Wilhelm, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    The Ramblers were at it again on Saturday, when they took on Edwardsville in a clash in downstate Edwardsville.
  • The plik khing duck ($22) is prepared with roasted duck, Thai basil, green beans, peppers and red chili at Montira Thai. Photos by Xavier Ward/22nd Century Media

    Montira Thai delivers authentic dishes in Glenview

    November 13, 2017 By Alyssa Groh, Contributing Editor Life & Arts
    When the owners of Montira Thai moved from Bangkok to the U.S., they were in search of Thai food that would make them feel like they were back at home.