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See who's performing this summer at the North Shore's biggest music festival.
If Chicagoland Jewish High School advances to the state semifinals, the Illinois High School Association will change the schedule so that the team can observe the Sabbath. Today's Sectional Title game is already moved to Saturday night.
Highland Park native and Internet activist Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide at 26 last Friday, was tormented unfairly by the federal government, according to those who spoke at his funeral on Tuesday.
News, Holiday Guide
The answers to Thursday's pop culture quiz may give you some movie suggestions for the holiday weekend.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, here's some arts-flavored trivia about famous Thanksgiving movie and television scenes. Can you figure them out?
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Patch has assembled a timeline outlining how mosquitos have spread the virus throughout the North Shore, from Evanston to Highland Park.
News, Patch's House & Home
This week's featured home was built in 1892 for a military general at Fort Sheridan. It was totally restored and now comes with eight fireplaces, two jacuzzis and a sauna.
This six-bedroom home includes a six-car garage, formal gardens, a mini-barn and a coach house.
The basketball legend's home is listed at $29 million.
Sen. Kirk calls former governor's sentencing 'a clear warning to all elected officials.'
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