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  • A master's in school counseling is a sought after degree

    A master's in school counseling is a sought after degree
    Many of us would like to think we make a difference. School counselors know they do. This connection, that what you do matters, is what drives the popularity of a master's in school counseling degree. Sarah Bowen is a school counselor at Adlai E....
  • Stevenson sophomore wins at National Musical Theater Awards

    Adlai E. Stevenson High School sophomore Jonah Rawitz of Buffalo Grove was named best actor at the 6th Annual National High School Musical Theater Awards in New York on Monday night. Called the Jimmy Awards, the event brings together high school musical...
  • Videos: Songs from the Illinois High School Musical Theater Award winners

    Videos: Songs from the Illinois High School Musical Theater Award winners
    This week’s Theater Loop Showcase videos feature the talented young winners of the Illinois High School Musical Theater Award, Julia Lindsey Whitcomb, a senior at Belvidere North High School in Belvidere, and Jonah Rawitz, a sophomore at Adlai E....
  • Republican governor candidates make case why they're best to beat Quinn

    Republican governor candidates make case why they're best to beat Quinn
    PEORIA — The four candidates for the Illinois Republican governor nomination used a Downstate debate Thursday night to try to sell themselves as the most electable party standard bearer in a November showdown against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn....
  • Chicago magician wants to be a 'Millionaire'

    Chicago magician wants to be a 'Millionaire'
    Scott Green, better known as The Great Scott to the Chicago magician's fans, will try to conjure millions of dollars this week on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." The 29-year-old entertainer, whose most popular trick is making children levitate, missed...
  • Mundelein vibrant and affordable

    Mundelein vibrant and affordable
    When the gentrification wave swept across Lake County in the 1980s-90s, on its way from the North Shore to the Barringtons, it skipped Mundelein, which remains their down-to-earth, unpretentious cousin. Thirty-five miles from the Loop, this is a...
  • Long Grove embraces the past, looks to the future

    Long Grove embraces the past, looks to the future
    Firmly rooted in yesteryear, Long Grove wants to stay that way — at least in outward appearances. The affluent village, some 35 miles northwest of the Loop, strives to retain its rural character and preserve its historic downtown. Buildings...
  • Behind judging First Amendment essay winners

    Behind judging First Amendment essay winners
    After hearing and meeting some of the essay and art contest winners at the Anti-Defamation League’s 2011 Jerold S. Solovy Award Dinner, I left feeling inspired by the thoughtfulness and maturity of these young people. Part of Trib Nation's...
  • Group seeks more hearings on Burge-connected cases

    Group seeks more hearings on Burge-connected cases
    A group of influential politicians, judges and lawyers today called on the Illinois Supreme Court to order hearings into allegations that at least 15 men remain imprisoned despite allegations they were tortured into confessing by disgraced former...
  • Lucille Ball Dies; TV's Comic Genius Was 77

    Lucille Ball Dies; TV's Comic Genius Was 77
    Lucille Ball, the leggy showgirl, model and B-grade movie queen whose pumpkin hair and genius for comedy made her an icon of television, died early Wednesday, a week after undergoing emergency heart surgery. The co-creator and star of " I Love Lucy," a...