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Several movies have used Skokie as filming locations including Home Alone 3, Risky Business, Sixteen Candles, The Weatherman, The Breakfast Club, and The Blues Brothers. Skokie was the site of a devastating environmental Supreme Court case, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County v. Army Corps of Engineers. The decision to use an isolated wetland as a solid waste disposal site despite the fact that migratory birds used the wetland during certain seasons, led to an overturning of the Migratory Bird law.

Population: 63348
Local Newspapers: Skokie Review Evanston Review Evanston Round Table
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Local Colleges: National-Louis University

Zip Codes associated with skokie, illinois: 60076 60077
Towns/Cities near skokie, illinois : Lincolnwood Morton Grove Wildwood Wilmette Golf Kenilworth Park Ridge

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Employees want their jobs to matter, but meaning at work can be hard to find

Jennifer Ruiz holds her patient's trembling hand as she presses a stethoscope to the frail woman's chest and belly. She compliments the woman on her recently painted fingernails.

State liquor commission: 7 Skokie restaurants served alcohol to underage customers

The Tilted Kilt, located in the Village Crossing shopping center, failed a compliance check regarding selling alcohol to minors, according to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. The Tilted Kilt, located in the Village Crossing shopping center, failed a compliance check regarding selling alcohol to minors, according to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.

Employees want their jobs to matter, but meaning at work can be hard to find

Jennifer Ruiz holds her patient's trembling hand as she presses a stethoscope to the frail woman's chest and belly. She compliments the woman on her recently painted fingernails.

How to make your job meaningful

A job's meaningfulness - a sense that the work has a broader purpose - is consistently and overwhelmingly ranked by employees as one of the most important factors driving job satisfaction. Dorothy Parrott talks to her mother, Juanita Davis, at her home Thursday, Sept.

A symphony of 300 bells at the Chicago Philharmonic, and vocal rarities from Third Coast Baroque

Co-founders of Third Coast Baroque artistic director Ruben Dubrovsky, from left, director of operations Nathalie Colas and executive director Angela Young Smucker, rehearse for a concert by the Third Coast Baroque Voices. Co-founders of Third Coast Baroque artistic director Ruben Dubrovsky, from left, director of operations Nathalie Colas and executive director Angela Young Smucker, rehearse for a concert by the Third Coast Baroque Voices.

Without Native Americans, Would We Have Chicago?

Mark Liechty often finds himself wondering what Chicago was like hundreds of years ago, before the city was officially incorporated in 1837, when thousands of Native Americans were living in villages throughout the region. "One of the ways I try to relate to the place I'm living is to try to understand what it was like in the past," he says.

Capital One plans 452 layoffs at Rolling Meadows call center

Capital One plans to lay off 452 workers from its Rolling Meadows call center starting next month amid declining call volumes, officials said. The McLean, Virginia-based financial services company plans to begin the layoffs on Dec. 7, continuing through April 2, 2018, according to a recent state Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act report.

Employees want their job to matter, but meaning at work can be hard to find

Registered nurse Jennifer Ruiz of Unity Hospice checks the vital signs of a patient Sept. 14, 2017, at the woman's home in Calumet City, Ill.

Beware of the new BDS: 'Bibi derangement syndrome'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show in this photograph received via the BBC in London, Britain November 5, 2017.. We recently hosted a Shabbat dinner for some Christians visiting Jerusalem.

Cleaning up the Capitol: Sexual harassment law is just a start

After a petition calling for an end to a culture of sexual harassment in the Illinois Capitol, legislative leaders are now scrambling to hire an inspector general. After a petition calling for an end to a culture of sexual harassment in the Illinois Capitol, legislative leaders are now scrambling to hire an inspector general.

21 suburban women honored for business success

"Don't ever underestimate the power of angels," keynote speaker Rebecca A. Darr told a crowd of about 150 people, including 21 women who were honored Friday as Influential Women in Business. As CEO of WINGS , Darr has helped develop the organization into the largest regional agency for providing services and housing to adult and child victims of domestic violence and homelessness.

Goodman Theatre production by Chicago-area playwright works to change Muslim stereotypes in media

"Yasmina's Necklace", a play staged at Goodman Theatre, was written by Niles North High School alumna Rohina Malik and also casts fellow alum Martin Hanna. "Yasmina's Necklace", a play staged at Goodman Theatre, was written by Niles North High School alumna Rohina Malik and also casts fellow alum Martin Hanna.

George Papadopoulos seeks publisher

In addition to talking to a grand jury hearing testimony in Robert Mueller's investigation, George Papadopoulos, a former advisor to Donald Trump's campaign, appears to be eager to talk with a publisher. Papadopoulos on his LinkedIn account three weeks ago posted that he was "interested in meeting with a prominent publisher: Recommendations welcome."

Hologram technology in Holocaust Museum exhibit immortalizes survivors' stories

The Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center's new Take a Stand Center includes survivor stories told through interactive holograms. The Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center's new Take a Stand Center includes survivor stories told through interactive holograms.

The Rise of George Papadopoulos, a Trump Adviser Who May Kill Trump's Presidency

The former Trump campaign aide was unmemorable in high school and a bad student in college. Now he's a central figure in the Russia probe.

Weekly Update Newsletter - October 2017 #3

This week, House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot sent a letter with Ranking Member Nydia Velzquez to House Committee on Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady and Ranking Member Richard Neal requesting the Committee consider H.R. 3717, the Small Business Owners' Tax Simplification Act. H.R. 3717 which would update the tax code for small businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs.

Who is former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos?

Former Trump campaign aide has pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators looking into possible Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential race. Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, has been a key figure in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

Skokie school bus driver fired, fined after failing to report crash

A Schiller Park woman was fired from her job as a Skokie bus driver and pleaded guilty to charges related to what police called a hit-and-run incident, after she struck a parked car while dropping off an elementary school student. Karen Dandrea, of the 9300 block of Byron in Schiller Park, had been charged by Skokie police with failure to report an accident following the crash Sept.

New tech, 3-D holograms preserve Holocaust survivor stories

An Illinois museum has opened a theater where visitors can have conversations with Holocaust survivors through 3-D holograms and sophisticated voice recognition technology. The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education in Skokie just outside Chicago opened the theater as part of its new Take a Stand Center.

New tech, 3-D holograms preserve Holocaust survivor stories

She knows the day will come when she won't be here to describe being herded onto a boxcar, hearing the cries that turned to whimpers that turned to the silence that signaled another death. And she won't be able to tell of the doors opening to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, where an old prisoner, as he unloaded the dead, whispered to her in Yiddish to lie to the guards about her age.

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