The Morton Grove Chamber’s 36th Annual Golf Outing on exceeded the expectations of the director and Board of Directors.
Expressive Arts at the nonprofit Norwood Crossing long-term care retirement community received a boost recently when a $2,500 Union Pacific Railroad Foundation Grant was presented to enhance their special spring and fall art exhibits accompanied by musical and fashion shows.
Rock stars are known for all sorts of outlandish activities. Opening a tea shop in the suburbs is typically not one of them. Then again,...
His voice was raw from hours of rehearsal, but Spencer Marks could still rock out.
Aug. 26 7:15 p.m. |
The kickoff reception for the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Park Ridge 5K” took place Thursday, Aug. 14, at the Park Ridge Country Club, 636 N. Prospect Ave.
More than 100 Holocaust survivors attended a celebratory brunch at the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie on Aug. 7.
Aug. 25 2:15 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
When he’s not on the red carpet, George Kotsiopoulos sits just to the left of Joan Rivers on E!’s “Fashion Police,” reacting with shock and awe to the latest celebrity styles.
Aug. 21 6:45 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
“After more than 50 years in advertising, I finally got to see how a television commercial was made,” said Beatrice “Bea” Valters, a resident of Norwood Crossing who earlier in her career was a print production manager with N. W. Ayer & Son, Inc., the first and one of the largest advertising agencies in the country.
For hundreds of local adults with special needs, the annual summer picnic hosted by the Maine-Niles Association of Special Recreation (M-NASR) is the most anticipated social gathering of the year.
Aug. 20 7:55 a.m. |
What happened to summer? Somehow it’s almost over, and school is beginning. But I am sure many parents are ready for their kids to get back to school, especially their teenagers. And for most teenage girls, it’s all about school fashion.
Aug. 19 1:30 p.m. |
Lynn Taylor Schwaab