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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.
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Former CPS consultant set to be sentenced Friday in bribery scandal
Gary Solomon, shown Oct. 14, 2015, is scheduled to be sentenced March 24, 2017, for his role in a plot involving former Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett to steer lucrative CPS contracts to his SUPES Academy and Synesi Associates firms. Gary Solomon, shown Oct. 14, 2015, is scheduled to be sentenced March 24, 2017, for his role in a plot involving former Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett to steer lucrative CPS contracts to his SUPES Academy and Synesi Associates firms.Man Pretending To Be A Chicago Uber Driver Sexually Assaulted 2 Women: Police
The Skokie Police Department has charged a suburban man with sexually assaulting two women, whom he picked up in his car in Chicago while pretending to be their Uber driver. The man, Musaab Afandi, 33, of Glenview, was denied bond in Cook County Criminal Bond Court Tuesday after being charged with three counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault and two counts of aggravated kidnapping, according to a release from the police department.Melting business: Warmer US winter hurts small companies
In this Thursday, March 16, 2017, photo, Hope Saidel, co-owner of Golly Gear, an accessories store for small dogs, and her dog Teddy pose for a photo at her store, in Skokie, Ill. The Chicago area's temperate temperatures during the winter meant dog owners didn't need warm coats and protective booties for their pooches.Carson's, The Place For Ribs, To Open First Chicago Restaurant in Decades
Carson's, The Place For Ribs , the family-owned restaurant chain founded 40 years ago in suburban Skokie, is looking to make a big splash in Streeterville. Owner Dean Carson, whose father founded Carson's in 1977, confirmed that for they've taken over the Quay space at the River East Arts Center, 465 E. Illinois St. Carson said he hopes to open by Oct. 1. It's the first new Carson's location in Chicago in at least 30 years.State Senator Daniel Biss Announces Candidacy For Governor
Illinois State Senator Daniel Biss has joined an increasing chorus of Democrats planning to challenge Governor Bruce Rauner in 2018, announcing his candidacy over Facebook Live Monday morning. "This is a campaign for the rest of us," said Biss.Lease deal results in suit
A lawsuit filed by a Chicago area lender is seeking to recover $37,000 from the Wayne Township trustee's office. Paul Graver of the Northfield, Illinois-based Government Lease Co.Debate space: Even speech we dona t like deserves protection
Today it seems every time we turn around we hear or see citizens protesting one thing or another. Protest is embedded in American DNA, but what happens when taken to an extreme, as we have sometimes seen in our history, including recently, where protests have escalated to the point of violence, property destruction, and bodily injury? Does this strengthen the country, or put it in greater peril? Some will say that their actions are protected under the First Amendment of free speech to justify their actions.Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Wants to Cut Program That Nips...
During a time of rampant anti-Semitism, proposed budget cuts in public education could kill a program uniting Holocaust survivors and school kids I will remember that day forever. As co-founder of a non-profit that fights anti-Semitism through the arts, I was meeting with a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.Oakton to host international film festival
Eleven movies have been selected to showcase the wide range of languages offered by the college. Screenings are free, running March 27-30 at the Des Plaines and Skokie campuses.Lunchbreak: Green ice cream, prepared by Susan Oa Halloran
Event: St. Pat's Pot of Gold March 17 8:00 p.m. Skokie Theatre 7924 Lincoln Avenue Skokie 677-7761 STEP ONE - The Sweetener Add sweetener - 2 oz. or 1/4 cup Medjool dates soaked overnight in coconut water - thawed or frozen = fiber, magnesium and potassium from the dates and electrolytes from the coconut water STEP TWO - The "Cream" 2 frozen bananas cut into chunks = Potassium 2 cups of ice STEP THREE - The GREEN 2 handfuls of organic, washed and dried spinach - Vitamins A & C, folate and iron Run the blender till the mixture is blended and solid Don't over process or it will start to melt.Evanston residents sue alderman candidate over home renovations
Two residents of Evanston 's 5th Ward are suing aldermanic candidate Robin Rue Simmons for "breach of contract," saying her construction company "abandoned all further work" and "walked off the job" after they paid Simmons to renovate their home in 2012. Attorneys for Sophia and Thomas Jenkins filed the lawsuit Monday against Simmons and her former company, Signature Construction Services, in Cook County Circuit Court in Skokie , according to court records.Oakton candidates share qualifications, priorities
From left, Martha Burns, Carmina Cortes Gonzalez, Paul Kotowski and Travis Zimmermann are candidates for the Oakton Community College board. Four newcomers vying for two six-year seats on the Oakton Community College board have been sharing their qualifications and priorities for the position with voters as they campaign for the April 4 election.In-mold Labeling and Decorating Seminar set for Chicago
The "ABC's of IML: A Basic Course," now in its 28th year, will be presented Thursday, May 4, 2017. The "ABC's of IML: A Basic Course," now in its 28th year, will be presented Thursday, May 4, 2017, at the DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center Chicago North Shore, Skokie, IL, USA.Northlight Theatre Continues 2016-17 Season with the National New...
Northlight Theatre , under the direction of Artistic Director BJ Jones and Executive Director Timothy J. Evans, presents the National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere of Relativity , written by Mark St. Germain , directed by BJ Jones , and featuring Mike Nussbaum . Relativity runs May 11 - June 18, 2017 at Northlight Theatre , 9501 Skokie Blvd in Skokie.'Much more inspiring': Park Ridge church gets a makeover
A 50-year-old Park Ridge chapel recently received a roughly $600,000 makeover paid for by contributions from congregants of the Iglesia Ni Cristo. A 50-year-old Park Ridge chapel recently received a roughly $600,000 makeover paid for by contributions from congregants of the Iglesia Ni Cristo.Teachers, Parents Need to Know About Teen Peer Pressure
Whether you are a parent, teacher, student or administrator, U.S. News has the latest high school trends, tips and advice you need to know to be successful. The plan is simple: Teens text the letter "X" to a parent or an older sibling when they need help.Dying Burt's Place founder passed on pizza recipes from hospital bed
Learning deep-dish pizza recipes from the side of a bed at Skokie Hospital wasn't something Jerry Petrow, a former futures trader, ever thought he would be doing. But it became necessary after he and partner John Munao bought legendary Morton Grove pizza joint Burt's Place from owner Burt Katz, who was dying of cancer in summer 2015.
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