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Central United Methodist Church
8237 Kenton Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
The Central United Methodist Church is a place of worship in central Skokie. The church practices outreach in aMore variety of unorthodox ways: sermons are available online in text form; the congregation is working together on a giant project in the form of a log cabin. Originally built in 1923, the church is working to restore the structure that once held their services and educated their youth.
Luigi Pizzeria
4010 Main St, Skokie, IL 60076
Luigi Pizzeria is best known for its enormous jumbo slices of thin crust, New York-style pizza, cooked in a giant ovenMore in front of your eyes. Other Italian staples like lasagna are available, in addition to a number of panini sandwiches and pasta dishes. The pies are huge, and can feed more than the usual chain pizza can. Luigi also delivers and caters, making it a quality choice if you want to try a delicious local Italian option.
Lightology Corporate Warehouse
7401 Hamlin Ave, Skokie, IL 60076

In Illinois, only about a dozen people hold a CLC (Certified Lighting Consultant) certificate, the mostMore prestigious designation offered by the American Lighting Association. Five of these CLC holders service customers at Lightology, North America's largest contemporary lighting showroom. While the showroom is located in Chicago's loop, Skokie houses Lightology's giant corporate warehouse. Founded in 2000, Lightology prides itself on its expert customer service and vast selection of lights and lighting fixtures, from light bulbs to Swarovsky crystal chandeliers. Lightology also offers personalized lighting design consultations for both homes and businesses.

7520 Long Ave, Skokie, IL 60077

The story of how Salisbury transformed itself from a simple downtown Chicago hardware store in the 1920s to theMore industrial giant it is now is a good example of how one good idea can change everything. Salisbury, approached by workers for ideas on how to make electrical power lines safer to handle, cut a simple rubber harden hose lengthwise, popped it onto the power line, and sealed it with tape. One patent later, an industry was born.

Today, Salisbury offers a full range of electrical safety products, including rubber gloves and other insulators. Generally, the company's products are not available to the public except through authorized distributors.

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