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  • Owners of popular Geneva's Irish Sisters shop to retire, close shop

    Owners of popular Geneva's Irish Sisters shop to retire, close shop
    Hot pink "store closing" banners draped across Geneva's Irish Sisters store are stopping Third Street shoppers in their tracks and leaving them speechless.
  • A fond goodbye to Chicago winter

    A fond goodbye to Chicago winter
    Though February’s mascot could very well be the “Hang in there” kitty, once I read March 1 on a calendar I transitioned to 31 days of telling myself, “It gets better.” I think it’s safe to say this winter was a mild...

    Oak Brook had losses, gains, protests and compromises in 2014

    Oak Brook had losses, gains, protests and compromises in 2014
    Oh what a year it was in Oak Brook, with protests for minimum wage, a tragic death, a high school district topping TV newscasts and major renovations at a local institution. Join us as we look back at the top stories of 2014. District 86 negotiations...

    Christkindlmarket venue is too small for crowds

    I had the pleasure of visiting Chicago over Thanksgiving and was excited to attend the Christkindlmarket in Daley Plaza. We were there before it opened on Saturday and filled in the wait with a trip to see the windows and tree at Macy’s. We got back...

    Christkindlmarket Chicago set for another holiday run

     Christkindlmarket Chicago set for another holiday run
    Christkindlmarket Chicago opens Friday morning in Daley Plaza. The open-air festival, modeled after the Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg, Germany, is the largest authentic outdoor German holiday market in the United States, according to organizers....