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  • Culinary training merges with two hot areas

    Culinary training merges with two hot areas
    Business is the hottest degree on campuses right now. Health care is the hottest job sector. Culinary careers are just plain hot. How can these work together? Starting this fall at Kendall College, business majors can earn a concentration in food service...
  • Keeping up with ... Highland Park's Mike Poeta

    Keeping up with ...  Highland Park's Mike Poeta
    One would think being ranked No. 1 in the nation would be cause for celebration. That's not the case for Illinois junior wrestler Mike Poeta (Highland Park) -- at least not yet. The 157-pounder finds himself atop the national rankings thanks to his...
  • Decision time

    Sometimes a casual question makes a person stop and think. Cynthia Pontier had been living in rental apartments since college graduation in the mid-1980s. When Lissa Weinstein, a tennis friend and broker associate with Sudler Sotheby's International...
  • Keeping up with ... Homewood-Flossmoor's Olayinka Sanni

    Unlike many recent college graduates intent on easing into the workforce after a relaxing summer, Olayinka Sanni hasn't had such a luxury. The Homewood-Flossmoor product's already was at work weeks before she received her diploma, as she was chosen by...
  • Holmes back home

    Holmes back home
    Roger Holmes is back in Baron blue. More than that, he has returned home. Holmes will now roam the sideline of a court where he once starred as a player, as he accepted the boys' basketball coaching position May 7 at his alma mater, Fountain Valley...
  • River Forest: Standing the test of time

    River Forest: Standing the test of time
    "I'm really happy to be here," says teacher Annie Darley, whose life trajectory proves: You can go home again. Although she and her husband just moved to River Forest a year ago, Darley also grew up here -- in a house her grandfather built, no less. After...
  • Long wait finally ends for ODU

    Drew Hareza has a bitter memory to erase. Craig Wilkins wants to get started on an ambitious goal. Chad King is eager to prove he belongs, and Tobin Cameron still has something to prove. The four captains are a fraction of the 88 Old Dominion players who...
  • Brownie Points

    You've signed up for that cooking class you've always wanted to try, the credit card has been docked the enrollment fee, and you've picked out exactly the right thing to wear because who knows whom you'll meet. But have you performed the mental...
  • 2005 COOKING SCHOOL GUIDE

    This story contains corrected material, published Aug. 17, 2005. The following listings include the basic information provided to us by the schools. For more complete information on schedules or locations, contact the school or check the Web site, if one...
  • `I believe I have a lot of answers'

    `I believe I have a lot of answers'
    After being introduced Thursday as the next fire commissioner, Cortez Trotter told the story of watching as a child when a firetruck rumbled through the Stateway Gardens public housing complex, where he lived. He recounted how he looked on in awe as...