Issue

October 2018

With its endless hours of mind-numbing timed drills and banal essays, standardized testing…
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When you’re looking at one of Timm Etters’s airbrushed murals, you might first notice…
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Many development debates in Naperville tend to inspire a wave of emotion that seems disproportionate…
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By Linda Girardi Governor Bruce Rauner recently signed into law legislation that gives…
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Fiction Non-Fiction
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Naperville’s easterly neighbor may be smaller by comparison, but thanks to attractions…
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Starting high school can be both an exciting and intimidating time. Teens are typically…
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As Connecticut natives, Peter and Kathey Horvath are used to moving. The couple has lived…
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Kenway Consulting hosted more than 100 golfers at its ninth annual charity golf outing…
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When City Barbeque in Downers Grove first fired up its smokers ahead of its mid-August…
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Matcha Elixir Yield: One serving 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 tablespoon coconut butter…
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Fat Rosie’s Taco & Tequila Bar A Mexican agave farmer’s donkey, Fat Rosie, won…
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Did you know that eating pasta makes you happier? The carbohydrates in pasta increase…
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By Annemarie Mannion A cozy fireplace, rugged farm tables, and a yellow bike parked…
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By Christine Litwicki Our daily lives include constant sitting, which causes lazy glutes,…
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As the puck drops this month on the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2018–19 season, one local…
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Over her more than 15 years in practice, Dr. Tiffany Sanders has applied her expertise…
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Kohler Signature Store by Studio41 Browse more than 12,500 square feet of kitchen and…
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Thanks, mom The main idea of bringing me to classical music belonged to my mother. It…
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