Issue

October 2019

By Cara Sullivan In this hypermodern world, where convenience is practically a currency,…
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Photography by Olivia Kohler Styling by Kimmie Ade Sandro Hanni silk tie-neck blouse,…
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By Christie Willhite Lovers of jazz or Latin pop would drive hours to enjoy a concert…
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Fiction Nonfiction
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MEET MAYOR IRVIN When Richard C. Irvin speaks about Aurora, he does so with reverence…
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Doug Beach calls jazz “America’s gift to the arts,” but the veteran trumpeter and…
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By Jim Hughes GOAL Increase strength, endurance, and coordination with this cross-training…
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Batavia’s not-so-hidden gem, Water Street Studios (waterstreetstudios.org), is celebrating…
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Loaves & Fishes Community Services celebrated 35 years of fighting hunger at its…
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The Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry in Aurora hosted its inaugural Garden Harvest Dinner…
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One hundred forty guests in summer whites enjoyed a six-course meal with wine pairings,…
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By Annemarie Mannion Naperville resident Deb Collander wanted to wear the pearl choker…
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Styling by Kerrie Clark Besame Cosmetics 1946 in Red Velvet Camera Ready Cosmetics $22…
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When Kirk and Jennifer Bonniwell chose to move their family from the city to LaGrange—a…
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Code NinjasStudents known as “ninjas” learn computer coding and problem solving while…
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A brewer, a businessman, a craftsman, and a restaurateur walk into a bar … and decide…
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Decades ago, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille founder Chris Perry created a seven-finger-high…
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Groove in to the weekend with a rock ’n’ roll-themed brunch at Old Town Pour House…
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Celebrating its 12th year, the Lynn Sage Foundation’s In Good Taste campaign will bring…
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