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  • White Sox restaurant, Bacardi at the Park, is paid for with millions of public funding without return on investment

    White Sox restaurant, Bacardi at the Park, is paid for with millions of public funding without return on investment
    With the White Sox losing more than they won last season, a new restaurant across the street from U.S. Cellular Field gave fans a place where they could drink away their sorrows. But Bacardi at the Park was not brought to the north side of 35th Street by...
  • Lewd texts spark outrage in Lake Forest

    Lewd texts spark outrage in Lake Forest
    Lake Forest schools Superintendent Harry Griffith told angry parents Friday that he will seek the dismissal of a popular middle school principal who used a district cellphone to harass a college student with a sexually explicit photograph and texts....
  • Bret Michaels' near-death experience in Chicago area, R. Kelly mourns end of McRib, Ne-Yo parties at Paris Club

    Bret Michaels' near-death experience in Chicago area, R. Kelly mourns end of McRib, Ne-Yo parties at Paris Club
    There’s a reason you no longer see a real disco ball hanging over the stage at Poison concerts. Lead singer Bret Michaels said he was nearly crushed by a 320 lb. disco ball while playing “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn” at a show at the...
  • January 16 - 20

    Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association - Easel Art Studio - Left Bank Jewelry - Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association Tuesday, January 17 Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association www.glasa.org Wednesday, January 18 Easel Art Studio 1911 North...
  • Dual degree programs give motivated students head start

    Dual degree programs give motivated students head start
    Phil Swarbrick graduated from Chicago's DePaul University last year with a Bachelor of Science degree in network technology and a Master of Science degree in computer information and network security. Under normal circumstances, the undergraduate and...
  • Lake Forest: Natural beauty and grand estates

    Lake Forest: Natural beauty and grand estates
    Not every teenager is willing to admit his hometown is an awesome place. Tommy Filkin is. Scanning the Lake Michigan beach where he is a lifeguard, this shaggy-haired 16-year-old says of Lake Forest: "I love it here. It's a nice, safe place to grow up....
  • Families still struggling

    For about 7,000 families, the move out of some of the city's most notorious public housing complexes held the promise of a better, safer future. One goal of the Plan for Transformation, launched in 2000, was to promote "the de-concentration of low...
  • Concept of original content is pure fiction

    William Shakespeare, you're a criminal. Well, sort of. You're at least a plagiarist--borrowing characters and plots without proper attribution. Our conception of plagiarism, including using words from another source, is largely modern and academic. It'...
  • Screen Villain and Gunslinger Richard Widmark Dies

    Oscar-nominated actor Richard Widmark, who made a career playing bad guys and cowboys, has died. He was 93. The star, who made his film debut as the giggling villain in "Kiss of Death," died at home in Roxbury, Conn., on Monday, March 24. Widmark was...
  • Football: Hillcrest Christian QB finds school

     
    Greg Alonso, the quarterback for Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian, has committed to Lake Forest College, a Division III school in the Chicago area. He passed for 1,693 yards and 22 touchdowns last season. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Post-college job plans

    Post-college job plans
    Suzanne Block isn't basking in the insulating embrace of college as she waits the eight weeks until her May 9 graduation from Lake Forest College. When she's not in class or studying, she's scanning online job sites, sending out résumés and cold-...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, June 2006

    Loren Graham, professor of the history of science at MIT and Harvard, discusses his years of experience in the former Soviet Union, as described in his book Moscow Stories. In this interview, he discusses what went wrong with science under the Soviets,...