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  • Aldermen remember Thompson as a quiet fighter

    Aldermen remember Thompson as a quiet fighter
    JoAnn Thompson was remembered Tuesday at a special Chicago City Council meeting as a fierce fighter for the South Side neighborhoods she represented, an alderman whose quiet demeanor masked her disdain for dishonesty. Colleagues said Thompson's low-...
  • Highland Park entrepeneur returns to school to share lessons with students

    Highland Park entrepeneur returns to school to share lessons with students
    When Deerfield High School introduced its first entrepreneurship class in 1994, Charlie Lewitz Saffro was one of the students. Now the owner of Highland Park-based CS Recruiting with her husband, Chad Saffro, Charlie Lewitz Saffro returned March 6 after...
  • Woman now in wheelchair testifies at Boston bombing trial

    A woman testifying from a wheelchair Monday in the Boston Marathon bombing trial recalled shielding her husband from the sight of his mangled leg, being pushed to the ground by a bystander frantically trying to extinguish the flames on her body and coming...
  • The Edgy Veggie: Fight cold and flu season with hot Thai soup

    South Florida has gone viral and not in a good way. We're in the throes of cold and flu season. Before running to the doc or drug store, check your fridge or spice rack. Spices are the source of more serious body boosters than your mom's chicken soup...
  • Farm specializes in growing out-of-season vegetables

    Laban Kurtz quickly stepped out of the frosty subzero temperatures at his Cochranton-area farm and into his greenhouse, where it's a balmy 70 degrees. He surveyed the nearly 6,000 plants in his hydroponic kingdom, a mix of lettuce, leafy greens,...
  • Dragonette Cellars' Brandon Sparks-Gills pairs wines, grilled cheese

    Dragonette Cellars' Brandon Sparks-Gills pairs wines, grilled cheese
    Bread or wine? It's a question Brandon Sparks-Gills wrestled with for a few years. He was fascinated by both, and, for a time in Colorado, he split his days between baking and viticulture. That meant getting up in the middle of the night to be at his...
  • NewCity project progressing toward September completion

     NewCity project progressing toward September completion
    NewCity, a $265 million mixed-use shopping and residential development going up in the heart of Lincoln Park, is on track to open in September, developers said Thursday, bringing a movie theater, a bowling alley, the city's largest Mariano's, and spicy...
  • Auto review: Finally, a four-wheeled feline with all-wheel drive

    There was a time when all cars used rear-wheel drive. When winter hit, drivers put sand in the trunk for extra weight and placed studded snow tires on the wheels for extra grip. If none of that was enough, tire chains were deployed for cutting through the...
  • Van Bergen house makes slow journey to Evanston home

     Van Bergen house makes slow journey to Evanston home
    By car, the trip from 2748 Green Bay Road in Evanston to the intersection of Crawford Avenue and Old Glenview Road to the west is perhaps six minutes. To move the John S. Van Bergen house — in three pieces, on huge flatbed trucks, and with a...
  • Prairie-style home, sold for $10, is moved to new lot in Evanston

    Prairie-style home, sold for $10, is moved to new lot in Evanston
    Moving day for Christopher Enck means a lot more than packing up boxes. Enck watched Thursday as his 87-year-old Prairie-style house was moved more than two miles to a lot in the northwest corner of Evanston. "As you can imagine, there have been a lot...
  • Review: 'Blue Stars' by Emily Gray Tedrowe

    Review: 'Blue Stars' by Emily Gray Tedrowe
    One of the most dramatic scenes in Emily Gray Tedrowe's riveting war novel takes place, not on streets of Iraq and Afghanistan strewn with improvised explosive devices, but in a suburban Whole Foods not far from Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Lacey Diaz...