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  • The American Restaurant: Training Ground for Entrepreneurs

    For more than 50 years, The American Restaurant at 9 E. Main St., was owned and managed by Greek families in Westminster. Its history tells a rich story of immigrants taking entrepreneurial risks in a new country.
  • History shows that Democrats are good for U.S. economy

    As we prepare for another presidential campaign, a theme one hears from Republicans is that their party is better for the economy. So I put on my historian hat and checked the record for the last century. The generally accepted benchmarks to measure the...

    Financial crisis is timeless in 'American Clock'

    Financial crisis is timeless in 'American Clock'
    In a New York Times article on April 17 titled "Why Americans Don't Want to Soak the Rich," writer Neil Irwin pointed out that "Americans' desire to soak the rich has diminished even as the rich have more wealth available that could, theoretically, be...

    New Trier students, staff bid farewell to tech arts building

     New Trier students, staff bid farewell to tech arts building
    New Trier High School art teacher Kat O'Reilly is spending her last days before spring break packing up her classroom of the last 13 years. While sifting through more than a decade's worth of teaching materials and student works, O'Reilly took time to...

    Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence have strong bond in 'Serena'

     Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence have strong bond in 'Serena'
    Several months before Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence would become bona fide movie stars with the late-2012 release of "Silver Linings Playbook," they shot the Depression-era tale "Serena." However, unlike "Linings" and their third collaboration,...