Andy Warhol’s ‘Marilyn’

Pop Artifacts

Summer Warhol exhibition hits DuPage There’s a lot more to Andy Warhol than soup-can…
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A red rotary telephone

The 411 on 211

New hotline connects DuPage residents to key services Just when you thought the old-school…
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People mingling at Memory Café

Conversation Starter

By Thomas Connors The Memory Café serves those with dementia and their caregivers Dementia…
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The doctors Andreoli (from left): Michelle, Michael, Randall, and Barbara

Seeing Quadruple

Vision care is a family affair for the Andreolis It almost feels like the setup for an…
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Christina Caton-Kitchel, Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce board chair, speaks at the chamber’s 15th annual economic forecast.

Crystal Ball

Econ experts converge on Naperville to size up 2023 While there are plenty of things…
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July’s opening of Deaf Welcome Studios with founder Theressa DuBois (fourth from left) and Aurora mayor Richard Irvin (fifth from left).

Signs of Inclusion

This local resource helps link the deaf culture and the hearing world If you’re heading…
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Best of Naperville 2022

Winners of the magazine’s reader poll celebrated at a fall evening reception Naperville…
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Banner Days

A machine gunner, a pilot, a nurse.  A sailor, a Silver Star recipient, a POW. The next…
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It’s India Day

Leave your passport at home and dive into Indian culture at Naperville’s India Day…
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Public Pooches

By Annemarie Mannion The old saying that a dog is man’s best friend holds true at many…
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Double Milestone

When viewed from the perspective of the 24/7 multimedia, multiplatform reality of 2022,…
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Ray of Light

John McKinnon likes to think of the Elmhurst Art Museum as an institution that simultaneously…
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