Mary Beth Schewitz, who was in New York City this summer to appear on the NBC "Today" show, was also in her element at Glenbrook North High School Oct. 21-22 on behalf of the Max Schewitz Foundation, named in memory of her son.
Oct. 24 2:39 p.m. |
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Antiques and modern design will again pair off in the annual decorative arts showcase, Antiques + Modernism Winnetka, hosted by the Woman’s Board of the Winnetka Community House at the Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave. A preview party is Nov. 6, show runs Nov. 7-9.
Pioneer Press golf writers John Borneman and Matt Harness discuss the best and worst of boys and girls state and sit down with state champ Hinsdale Central.
Oct. 24 11:37 a.m. |
The winner of Friday's game will finish the regular season with five wins — which will make the team playoff eligible and likely clinch a postseason berth. The loser is eliminated from playoff contention.
Oct. 23 5:05 p.m. |
There is a subject that neither men or women dares to discuss, yet it’s an issue that studies show one in two men will experience in their 50’s and 60’s, which will then affect their spouse: erectile dysfunction.
Oct. 23 8 a.m. |
On Sept. 26, 2014, Marcus Campbell, assistant superintendent/principal, of Evanston addressed the crowd of nearly 400 students: “We’re here today because ... not that anything is wrong with being a black male. We’re here because of everything that’s right with being a black male.”
Things To Do
Oct. 23 8 a.m. |
Halloween trick-or-treating arrives this weekend in many Lake County villages. The Forest Preserve District's Trick-or-Treat Trails event will be Oct. 26.
Oct. 22 11:29 a.m. |
Most high school football teams start thinking about playoff possibilities now, but Deerfield has been in postseason mode all month.
Oct. 21 4:10 p.m. |
Deerfield Public Schools District 109 took the first step withdraw from the North Shore Special Education District (NSSED).
Oct. 21 10:01 a.m. |
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, announced that its board has appointed Jeffrey J. Anderson as the 5th President and CEO of the graduate school