• New Trier's Joe D'Attomo hits a ball past the Loyola block Friday, April 14, in Wilmette. Brittany Kapa/22nd Century Media

    Boys volleyball: New Trier defense shuts down Loyola

    April 14, 2018 By Michael Wojtychiw, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    New Trier may have started off the season slowly, dropping its first two matches, but has started to turn things around, winning six of its next seven coming into Friday, April 13's matchup against rival Loyola Academy.
  • Robert Mazur, a Northfield resident and Sunset Ridge parent, interviews students about their reaction of a new school last May for his documentary about the project. PHOTOS SUBMITTED

    Northfielder shares documentary showcasing old, new Sunset Ridge buildings

    April 12, 2018 By Nathan Worcester, Freelance Reporter News, Community, School

    Even under the gray skies of early April, the new Sunset Ridge School is a sight to behold. 

  • Carrie Schloss, a New Trier graduate, recently wrote an entire cookbook on honey recipes. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    New Trier graduate releases book on the sweet stuff

    April 16, 2018 By Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, Living
    Carrie Schloss always liked to cook. Now, the Wilmette resident, New Trier graduate and author of “The Asheville Bee Charmer Cookbook” is living her dream, even though it took a while for her to get there.
  • Members of the LEARN Benefit Board, a group of New Trier music students, celebrate at the end of last year’s fundraising concert, where money goes to benefit music programs for Chicago’s LEARN Charter School Network, which had no music programs beforehand. PHOTOS SUBMITTED

    New Trier students share the gift of music with city youth

    April 16, 2018 By Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor School, Life & Arts, The Arts
    On the North Shore, providing children with a renowned education is synonymous with access to quality elective programs in music and the arts. From the dozens of course offerings in music disciplines offered in both the area’s public and private schools to the plethora of children’s music institutes and summer camps, local children have nearly every chance under the sun to try their hand at playing any instrument, singing any song or acting in any type of comedic or dramatic production.
  • The halibut with fregula ($32) at Mino’s in Winnetka features seared Alaskan halibut with a touch of wine, basil and micro basil, and comes with peas and asparagus in a very light vegetable broth with fregula pasta. PHOTOS BY MEGAN BERNARD/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Giving a garage ‘new life’: Winnetka’s Mino’s serves authentic Italian in legendary location

    April 16, 2018 By Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor Community, Life & Arts, Dining Out
    From 1961 to 2016, Hubbard Woods Motors was a neighborhood institution where Bob Berger turned a simple gas station and repair shop into a local landmark which thrived from exclusively servicing Volvos since the 1970s. But when Berger decided to close up shop, the vacancy left at 985 Green Bay Road left many wondering what could possibly move in that could match or surpass the legacy left behind from the auto shop.

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