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No love for Sheridan
The Sheridan Red Line station has been passed over again - but not for an Oscar, like Leo.
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Monday Apr 21
The Hospital That Was Almost Built
If you lived in Western Springs in the 1920's, the closest full-service hospital was located in Berwyn.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
More Than Full Plate Coming Up
Muriel Anderson performs a house concert at casa del Tuber in Wauconda. Contact Hank Tuber at email@example.com or 487-0464 for details.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
A true Spiritualist Church in Cicero, IL with a history of Spirits
History of the land and a church building known as: Evangelical Spiritual Church at 5130 W 25th Street Cicero, Illinois with Pastor Mahala Diane Bacon TH.D. 863 7190 and the church web site is located here: Evangelical Spiritual Church / United Spiritual Council of Nations.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Hear Jon Langford & Skull Orchard's Buoyant, Folky 'Days & Nights' Single
On April 1, Jon Langford & Skull Orchard released Here Be Monsters , a 10-track album replete with nods to Langford's long-running cowpunk project Mekons .
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Doings Weekly
Throwback Meatloaf: Oak Park's Prevail raises funds with box social bites
I donned a pair of a character shoes for my high school's production of "Oklahoma!" and fell in love with the idea of box socials.
Glen Ellyn, Wheaton Among Fastest-Growing Towns in Illinois
Glen Ellyn is among the fastest-growing towns in the state, according to a study by NerdWallet.com.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Weekend picks: Tiny Miles brings rock and blues
Comedian and Chicago native Danny Kallas performs at The Comedy Shrine in Aurora on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12. Doug McDade stars as an intersex performance artists facing death in Rob Winn Anderson's world premiere drama "A Fine Line" at Clockwise Theatre in Waukegan from Friday, April 11, through Sunday, May 4. The light and movement ... (more)
Protesters march against Obama deportation policies
In the Chicago area and across the country Monday, there are protests against the deportation policies of President Obama, as protest groups say almost two million people have been deported by the Obama administration and they want it to stop.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Vesecky's Keeps the Bohemian Bakery Alive in Berwyn
On the wall of Vesecky's Bakery in Berwyn there's a framed Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine piece from 1971, by the writer and poet Norbert Blei , who grew up in this area : There are almost as many bakeries along Cermak Road in Cicero and Berwyn as savings and loans... Nobody knows what it is between Bohemians and their bakery.
The Doings Weekly
Police blotter: Teen drivers charged with drinking alcohol in Burr Ridge
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the area police departments.