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Change of SubjectSee Dirty Word Games, a column by Suzan Shown Harjo, president of the Morning Star Institute in Washington, D.C., and a columnist for Indian Country Today. Here is my debate on this topic today with with host WGN AM 720......
Lake Forest senior Maddie Lipp had one final request while leaving the Buffalo Grove tennis courts Saturday afternoon. "I need some ice," Lipp said. Lipp and freshman Christina Zordani captured the state doubles title with a 6-2, 6-3 triumph over...
Tags: Tennis, Injuries and Wounds
"The Second City's Girls' Night Out": Not to be confused with "Girls Night: The Musical," which just opened in the city. This Second City touring show is geared for the gentler sex — though anyone who has seen the work Second City's alumnae have...
Tags: Labor Day, Tim Rice, The Second City, Music, Entertainment
Katherine Short Naperville Central Soccer, cross-country ACT: 30. Athletics: Tribune All-State special mention in soccer; Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State; four-year varsity cross-country runner. Academics: National Honor...
TribLocal - Downers Grove » NewsWhen Charles Ren heads to the U.S. Naval Academy later this month, he’ll begin to fulfill a dream he’s had since the age of 11. …...
Tribune reporterMcDonald’s came to the Naperville City Council Tuesday night seeking permission to build a restaurant near downtown, but councilmen just weren’t lovin’ it. The City Council unanimously turned down the proposed fast-food restaurant at...
Tribune reporterWhen Kaustubh “Stubhy” Pandav and Adam Krier wrote songs for west suburban-based rock band Lucky Boys Confusion, their melodies were never quite complete until guitarist Joe Sell got a hold of them. “Joe would add the attitude and the...
Tags: Music Industry, Music, Entertainment, Facebook, Jack Kerouac
Tribune Staff writerMike Burden sets his sights on another unsuspecting opponent who catches a screen pass and can't wait to turn upfield. Burden, a 6-foot-1-inch, 205-pound Palatine junior who tracks adversaries with the certainty of a heat-seeking missile, unleashes his...
Special to the TribuneA man was sentenced to 120 years in prison Monday for a 2005 attack in Wheaton in which he sexually assaulted a young mother and her infant daughter, “an act the devil himself would be loath to commit, ” according to the DuPage judge who...
Tribune reporterExaggeration is a dying art form in this modern age. Everything that moves is captured on videotape. No longer can an ex-high school football hero turn a 100-yard afternoon into a blockbuster 250-yard day a decade later. No longer must you store memories...
TribLocal - Naperville » NewsNaperville Central High School athletic fields are on tap for more than $800,000 in renovations. The school board on Wednesday approved a $409,000 bid for …...
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