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The First Division Museum’s D-Day gallery

D-Day at 80

By Jeff Banowetz Cantigny commemorates the 80th anniversary of D-Day with an expansive…
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Simulation modules

Cultivating Compassion

A refugee experience simulation promotes understanding Imagine being in fear for your…
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WVHS Planetarium’s star projector, dubbed “Big Blue Guy”

Space to Learn

Waubonsie Valley’s planetarium is a cosmic classroom While most science teachers demonstrate…
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Crime scene tape

Safety: In Numbers

Recent DuPage crime statistics reveal both encouraging developments and troubling trends…
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Ambulance exterior

Reducing Risks

Naperville Fire Department’s Community Advocate Response Team helps prevent emergencies…
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Best of Naperville treats

Best of Naperville

Winners of Naperville magazine’s reader poll reveled at an evening reception Naperville…
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From left, students Vani Ramesh, Monish Murali, Riley Leu, and Alicia Mathews

Building a NEST

By Kelli Ra Anderson This city task force focuses on clean energy and sustainability…
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Pasek Farms in Lindenwood raises and sells beef, pork, poultry, and eggs.

Bringing Home the Bacon

By Kelli Ra Anderson Local farms and markets offer fresh food straight from the source…
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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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