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  • Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge highlighted on state list of saved historic sites

    Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge highlighted on state list of saved historic sites
    Park Ridge's Iannelli Studios Heritage Center has been selected as one of 20 historic sites once considered among the most endangered in the state.
  • Jerry Greene: NFL deflates dull offseason with assessment of Tom Brady

    Jerry Greene: NFL deflates dull offseason with assessment of Tom Brady
    "More probable than not . . . " Thank you, NFL. You are truly the gift that keeps on giving. Along with providing meaning to our otherwise empty lives, you have given us the perfect catch-phrase for the 50 shades of grey world in which we live....

    Period pieces mark Mavor family's five decades in La Grange

    Period pieces mark Mavor family's five decades in La Grange
    Fans of TV's "Downton Abbey" will enjoy a peek at the Mavor Collection on display at the La Grange Area Historical Society through October. Period beaded dresses and accessories, pop-up valentines, school memorabilia and a carefully cataloged paper doll...

    Mural helps put riverfront high-rise on the map

     Mural helps put riverfront high-rise on the map
    How do you put your building on the map? You put a map on the building, of course. A really big map. That's what you see at the once-forgettable 300 S. Wacker Drive office building, where a mega-mural map covers a formerly blank concrete wall along...

    National Recording Registry adds Joan Tower's 'Fanfares' conducted by Marin Alsop

    National Recording Registry adds Joan Tower's 'Fanfares' conducted by Marin Alsop
    Marin Alsop is on a roll this week.  The Baltimore Symphony music director received Harvard University's Luise Vosgerchian Teaching Award on Tuesday "for her innovative approach to programming and for her deep commitment to education and to the...