• Juliana Malygin (left), 11, of Chicago, sells an American Girl doll to 10-year-old Hannah York, of Winnetka, during the Winnetka Community House's annual garage sale for kids on Saturday, April 25. Sharon Whitehead/22nd Century Media

    Winnetka Community House holds annual kids garage sale

    April 29, 2015 By Danielle Gensburg, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    The Winnetka Community House held its annual garage sale for kids on Saturday, April 25, giving children from the community an opportunity to sell their new or used clothes, toys, electr

  • The Chicken A La Florentine at Glencoe’s Frank and Betsie’s is filled with sauteed baby spinach, onions and feta cheese. Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media

    A home away from home

    April 30, 2015 By Alex Mayster, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Frequent Frank and Betsie’s diners may feel more like part of a small family gathering than customers at a popular Glencoe restaurant.

  • Skokie School students (left to right) Peyton Welch, Kiley Urban, Ian Pichs and Evie Halston plant an oak tree Friday, April 24, on The Skokie School grounds to celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day. Photos by Christa Rooks/22nd Century Media

    Students plant tree for Arbor Day

    April 27, 2015 By Christa Rooks, Assistant Editor News

    As part of a week-long Earth Day celebration in District 36, The Skokie School did their part by having a tree planted on the school grounds Friday, April 24, to mark Ar

  • The buildings that Body and Sole and Bedside Manor formerly occupied were razed April 20 to make way for Mrs. Greens’ parking lot. Photo by Christa Rooks/22nd Century Media

    Mrs. Greens to occupy Packard building

    April 28, 2015 By Megan Maginity, Editor News

    After several years of vacancy, the Packard building in Winnetka will reopen as an all-natural, organic grocery store called Mrs. Greens. 

  • Evanston’s School of Rock band performed at Northfield’s Pantry Palooza fundraiser Friday, April 17. Dave Kraus/22nd Century Media

    Pantry Palooza raises funds with auction and live music

    April 23, 2015 By Danielle Gensburg, Staff Writer News

    The Northfield Township Food Pantry, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization that serves families in need in Northfield, Northbrook and Glenview, hosted its inaugural Pantry

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