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The following items were taken from Northbrook and Glenview police records. NORTHBROOK • On March 3 a 28-year-old Evanston man was arrested in the 1500 block of Lake Cook Road at an Apple store and charged with retail theft of $79 in merchandise....
As part of a great California olive oil boom, now at least a dozen olive oil vendors are selling at local farmers markets, up from only a couple a decade ago. Most offer a good product, but there are few who, like Michael O'Brien of Paso Gold, provide...
Tags: American Airlines, Inc., Olives, Farms
A Downers Grove elementary school will soon have new exercise equipment for its fitness club, thanks to a countywide initiative to prevent childhood obesity. FITKids Club at Indian Trail Elementary School was among 19 organizations to receive a "Get...
Tags: Physical Fitness and Exercise, Obesity, PTA
The following items were taken from Orland Park and Will County police reports: Orland Park Criminal damage • An 18-year-old Orland Park man was arrested in the 8600 block of 170th Street at about 1:20 a.m. Jan. 20 for criminal damage to...
Channel Guide MagazineThroughout his three seasons of waging war against anything that enrages him, Dan of The Hub's animated hit Dan Vs. has had some pretty justifiable targets: stupidity, traffic, reality TV, Canada. But I dunno, he might be reaching a bit in his latest...
As the craft beer industry in Los Angeles County continues to grow, it's also becoming hyper-local. Thomas Kelley of El Segundo Brewing, for instance, says his small outfit does as much as 40% of its business in the South Bay. El Segundo's beers now...
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages
The following items were taken from Deerfield and Highland Park police reports. Deerfield Criminal Damage to Property A Deerfield police officer reported on Jan. 20 that a cement planter located at the southeast corner of Waukegan and Deerfield...
Tags: Theft, Water Supply
Business, says Whole Foods co-Chief Executive John Mackey, has “a horrible reputation.” But instead of being “selfish and greedy and exploitative,” as it’s often portrayed, business is actually “the greatest force for...
Dan Baum has an agenda. He wants you to listen to the guys who like guns — particularly if you are an NPR-listening, Whole Foods-shopping progressive. That's how you could describe Baum, a former New Yorker staff writer and lefty down the line...
Tags: Gun Control, Weaponry, NPR, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Firearms
Trisha Yearwood has recorded 12 albums and had 20 top 10 hits. So how did a three-time Grammy Award winner and Grand Ole Opry member become a bestselling cookbook author and Food Network star? "It was a happy accident," Yearwood says by phone from her...
We Americans love to snack. We can be mindless eaters, with our zombie hands roving into boxes or bags of delicious, sweet, salty, nutritionally void treats without even realizing it. This time of year typically means trying to eat healthier, and it can...
Tags: Glastonbury, Honey, Salt, West Hartford, Potatoes
El Hartford CourantLos patatas de tortilla que compraste para el Super Bowl podrían ser más locales de lo que pensabas. “Si entra a un Supermercado Whole Foods y vaya por el pasillo de las patatas, casi todos los productos que vería fueron hechos aquí, en Hartford,&...
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