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Easter

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Top Easter Articles

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  • Lincolnwood mall offers 'Bunny by Appointment' service

    The Easter Bunny is set to make his annual debut at Lincolnwood Town Center this spring, but waiting in line to spend a few moments with the floppy-eared character may be a thing of the past thanks to a new bunny reservation service the mall will test out...
  • Save Easter ham for sandwiches; do a duo of ducks instead

    Perhaps this will be the year you break out of your ham rut. Not that there's anything wrong with a spiral-cut-honey-roasted-maple-slathered-pineapple-adorned ham. It's just that as main courses at an Easter feast go, they tend to be kind of... Meh....
  • A friendly bunny hosts Easter fun in Libertyville

    A friendly bunny hosts Easter fun in Libertyville
    "Our Easter Bunny is the friendliest bunny around," declared Julie Ludwig, recreation manager for the Village of Libertyville. She said that their Bunny particularly enjoys hugs and high fives. Test Ludwig's claim by bringing your children to Lunch with...
  • Up North for March 12

    Up North for March 12
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048; http://www.andersonartscenter.com. "Nest," a mixed media fiber installation by Pat Kroth and "Together Again," a group show, on display through...
  • University of Illinois president to step down month early

    University of Illinois officials say President Robert Easter will step down about a month early. Board of Trustees Chairman Ed McMillan said during the trustees meeting Thursday that Easter would formally step down on May 17 after the last spring...
  • U. of I. president endorses new medical school at Urbana-Champaign

    U. of I. president endorses new medical school at Urbana-Champaign
    University of Illinois President Robert Easter on Wednesday endorsed a new medical school at the Urbana-Champaign campus, the most significant signal yet that the project will go forward. The idea of an engineering-based medical school has been...
  • History Matters

    March 1970 Rouse and Brits team up From a Times article regarding a joint project by the Rouse Company and British home builder Wates Limited, and their plans for HUD housing: "The affiliate is to begin operations April 1, when Wates officials start...
  • Holy Trinity Orthodox Church sells kielbasa and paska bread for Easter

    Holy Trinity Orthodox Church sells kielbasa and paska bread for Easter
    Kielbasa and rich, homemade paska bread can be part of your Easter holiday if you order from two food sales going on at Holy Trinity Orthodox Catholic Church in North Catasauqua. Here are the details on the two sales. Keep in mind that you don't have to...
  • Swan and Dolphin Hotel offering discount around Flower & Garden Festival

    Swan and Dolphin Hotel offering discount around Flower & Garden Festival
    The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel is offering a 40 percent discount for guests who book a stay between March 4 and May 17.  The promotion is framed around the duration of the annual Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.  The Epcot...
  • Leila's Library

    Leila's Library
    Use Your Words, Sophie Penguin Young Readers Group By Rosemary Wells Age range: 3 - 5 Years   This book is about a little girl who likes to talk using made up words. Her parents remind her "Sophie use your words." When Mommy has a baby she has to use...
  • Do you make your own Easter candy?

    Do you make your own Easter candy?
    The Lehigh Valley has a plenty of places to buy delicious Easter candy — it is the home of Peeps, after all. But some people just like to make their own Easter confections, and give it as gifts to family and friends. For some people, that bit of...