Arts & Entertainment
It’s that time of year once again, when thousands of teenagers, bespectacled music geeks and everyone in between converge on Chicago for three days of sun, fun and loud bass.
Things To Do
A list of comedy events happening in Chicago and the suburbs through the month of August.
Things To Do
July 31 4:30 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Children have a unique way of viewing the world. Allison Rozsa Evans will sing examples of that in “Kids’ll Say the Darndest Things,” accompanied by pianist Sarah Jenks, 6:26 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 7 at Grace Episcopal Church, 924 Lake St., Oak Park.
A small group of Franklin Park residents want to put the question of term limits for elected officials in the village on the Nov. 4 ballot.
July 31 9:12 a.m. |
“Grief is a form of love,” says my friend Maureen “Mo” Ryan. Best known as the LaGrange Park-based television critic for HuffPost TV, Ryan has had a rough few years that she’s dubbed the “Parent Apocalypse.”
July 31 6:15 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
The Rev. Lawrence Perez helped start U-Turn Covenant Church, 35 E. North Ave., in Northlake in 2008. The evangelical church is mission oriented.
July 30 3:21 p.m. |
Oak Park residents Christine and Mark Fisher were in the market for a get-away home when their property search led them to the Driftless region of southeastern Wisconsin.
July 30 12:47 p.m. |
The college was founded in 1964 and services primarily Proviso and Leyden townships, but the classes and educational opportunities the school offers have attracted students from throughout Cook County.
July 29 12:14 p.m. |
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of area police departments.
From the Community
This is a Community Outreach from the Village of Elmwood Park to notify our residents that Leyden Township will be spraying for mosquitos after dusk this evening weather permitting.
July 28 10:30 a.m. |