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April 2021

By Lisa Arnett | Photography by Lauryn Schalk | Calligraphy by Devin McSherry ike many…
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The Dictionary of Lost WordsHistorical FictionBy Pip WilliamsBallantine Books As a team…
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After their 2019 engagement, Lindsey Campbell and Eric Russell, both 27, agreed on the…
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The village of Oak Brook is the town that polo built,” says Danny O’Leary. While…
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Necessity is indeed the mother of invention. We’ve experienced this phenomenon countless…
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Following the appointment of new executive director Bobbi Burgstone, Literacy DuPage—one…
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Why would a bridal store be featured in the magazine’s nonprofit section? Because Bridal…
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By Kelly Aiglon Snuggle timeDouble down on jungle vibes with areversible quilt, crafted…
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When Chad Mikula was looking at homes in 2016, he wasn’t impressed with the French…
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Bar ChidoSam Vlahos (Hinsdale’s Fuller House) converted the former Mia’s Cantina…
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From the homemade bread craze to the ongoing pizza explosion, the nostalgic draw of comfort…
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Makes 4 servings Ingredients1 tablespoon olive oil1 pound Italian sausage2 cups onion,…
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By Zareen Syed You can call it what you want—a dessert ATM or a cake vending machine—anything…
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An unexpected calling Being a podcaster was never part of my career plan—I just wanted…
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Roy, New MexicoCanyon Madness RanchThis 14,000-acre ranch offers luxe suites with views…
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Nestled along the Mississippi’s west bank, where the state lines of Iowa, Illinois,…
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By Wendy Fox Weber Two museum staffs, several young activists, and an 85-year-old man…
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Tempus, a Chicago-based med tech company, has developed a new test that will help oncologists…
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Fox Valley Developers, Konrad Construction, and Batavia’s Kluber Architects + Engineers…
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With a brick exterior, slate roof, walls of windows, and manicured gardens, the J. Jordan…
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By Matt LeCren Marisa Hird still had some gas left in the tank after she completed her…
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Chef Ivan Orkin’s coveted New York ramen experience, Ivan Ramen, is now being offered…
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While the pandemic temporarily stopped Honor Flight Chicago’s trips to Washington,…
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Local doctors who have been bombarded with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine want…
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Whether motivated by spring’s arrival or getting your home market-ready, deep cleaning…
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30.3% The percent of Naperville residents who are sleep deprived (getting less than 7…
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Spence Farm (spence-farm.com), two hours south of Chicago, is just one of 72,000 farms…
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Spanish for “chimney,” the chimenea (che-meh-NEH-yah) dates back to 16th- and 17th-century…
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