• Scotty’s on Sheridan’s Francisco’s salmon dish comes lightly blackened and served over grilled asparagus, topped with diced avocado, tomato and red onion and finished with a balsamic reduction glaze. PHOTOS BY MATT YAN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Highwood’s Scotty’s is truly a hidden gem

    August 30, 2016 By Michael Wojtychiw, Sports Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Driving down Sheridan Road in Highwood, it would be easy to pass Scotty’s on Sheridan without realizing it. 

  • Tired of slow Internet connections and complicated devices, NT alumnus Nick Weaver created the world’s first home Wi-Fi system that’s both easy to manage and aesthetically pleasing. PHOTOS SUBMITTED

    From Stanford to Silicon Valley: Winnetka native and New Trier grad discusses successes with new technology company

    August 30, 2016 By Libby Elliott, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Throughout his entire life, 28-year-old Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur Nick Weaver has always dreamed big.
  • Since 2008, locals have gathered at the Winnetka Village Green to plant American flags to pay tribute to citizens and first responders who lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    Winnetkans welcome to publicly honor 9/11 victims

    August 30, 2016 News


  • A new biography of blues guitar legend Michael Bloomfield titled “Michael Bloomfield: The Rise and Fall of an American Guitar Hero” is being released on Thursday, Sept. 1 by Chicago Review Press.

    Blues guitar legend got start on North Shore

    August 29, 2016 By Eric DeGrechie, Assistant Editor News
    Jann Wenner, founder of Rolling Stone magazine, once described Michael Bloomfield as “the most overlooked musician of the 1960s.”
  • New Trier senior quarterback Clay Czyzynski (17) eludes York defensive lineman Santiago Vazquez during the Trevians' 14-10 win on Friday, Aug. 26, in Elmhurst. Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media

    Football: New Trier ekes past York behind Fay's tiptoeing touchdown

    August 27, 2016 By Fouad Egbaria, Contributing Editor Sports, High School
    Football, the game of inches, lived up to its name yet again.