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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

Skokie News
The Cabaret Room at Drury Lane Theatre Announces The Summer Series

The Cabaret Room at Drury Lane Theatre announces The Summer Series featuring some of Chicago's top cabaret artists in unforgettable limited engagements at Drury Lane's intimate Cabaret Room. The Summer Series will include performances by Chicago's Cabaret Queen Denise Tomasello , Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael , and Joan Curto .

Skokie, Ill., Has Great Bagels - And An Even Better Story Behind Them

The bagels for sale at Skokie's New York Bagel & Bialy, which opened in the Illinois town in 1962, are as good as any you'd find in the Big Apple. In the post-World War II era, the town became a hub for Jewish Holocaust survivors, and synagogues sprouted alongside Jewish delis.

Car Smashes Through Suburban Pawn Shop's Window

Not one, but four separate security cameras captured the moment when a car crashed Tuesday through the front window of a north suburban pawn shop. A and B Jewelry and Loan owner Afrim Fejza had just opened up his store in Skokie on Dempster Street at 10 a.m. when a customer walked in.

Skokie breaks ground on estimated $64M, 12-story retail/residential downtown building

The official start to constructing the new 8000 North retail and residential building and parking garage in the heart of downtown Skokie was a day village leaders said they had been waiting on for a long time. "For five years, we have been planning for this project," Skokie mayor George Van Dusen said.

Theater spotlight: Northlight honors new moms with 'Cry It Out'

Northlight Theatre concludes its season with the Chicago-area premiere of "Cry It Out," Molly Smith Metzler's comedy about new motherhood directed by Jessica Fisch. Laura Lapidus, Elk Grove Village native Darci Nalepa and Kristina Valada-Viars co-star as new mothers struggling to balance family, work and life.

Dining out: Uncle Julio's -321 Margarita is as cool as it sounds

Uncle Julio's new -321° Margarita gives cool a new name. The drink, prepared tableside by a specially trained mixologist, is concocted with fresh berries muddled by hand, -321° liquid nitrogen and top-shelf tequila, which results in a frozen margarita without ice.

Video Shows Officers Revive Man From Suspected Overdose

Body camera footage released by the Cook County Sheriff's office shows deputies reviving a man from a suspected heroin overdose at a Chicago-area courthouse on Wednesday. Body camera footage released Thursday shows officers reviving a man found unresponsive from a suspected heroin overdose in the bathroom of a Chicago-area courthouse, according to the Cook County sheriff's office.

Out and Proud Announced at Pride FIlms And Plays

Melissa Young 's tour of the LGBTQ movement through song and comedy returns with a little help from Chicago's best Cabaret stars at the Pride Arts Center. Celebrate Pride month with Melissa Young and Nick Sula as they return with Young's historical hit, OUT AND PROUD: A Rainbow Celebration.

Decades of debate over Native American nicknames

The University of Illinois retired its Chief Illiniwek mascot in 2007 after decades of debate over whether it was demeaning to Native Americans. Maine West High School's decision to eliminate its Native American "Warrior" mascot isn't the first time a suburban high school, and some Midwestern universities, have dealt with controversy surrounding its team name and imagery.

Four Inspirational Graduate Students Surprised with $80,000 in Scholarships from Sallie Mae

Apr 30, 2018--Four exceptional students in pursuit of graduate degrees were each awarded a $20,000 Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students from Sallie Mae, the nation's saving, planning, and paying for college company. The students, joined by their family members, were surprised with the scholarships during what they believed were finalist interviews at Sallie Mae's office in Newton, Massachusetts.

Evanston residents decry proposed bus route changes

Pace is proposing changing Route 208 routing between Old Orchard Mall and Davis Metra/L station so that it would fill the gap left by elimination of CTA Route 205. Virtually all of the residents who spoke during the April 24 public hearing decried the proposed overhaul of CTA and Pace routes throughout Evanston and other North Shore suburbs.

Holocaust museum creates education fund in memory of survivor, leader Aaron Elster

Holocaust survivor Aaron Elster is pictured Oct. 13, 2017 with his holographic image at the Take a Stand Center in the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie. The museum has created an education fund in memory of Elster, who died April 11. Holocaust survivor Aaron Elster is pictured Oct. 13, 2017 with his holographic image at the Take a Stand Center in the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie.

This new method of teaching Hebrew actually works

Teaching students Hebrew is a top priority for the Chicago-area day school Hillel Torah. So to ensure it has a ready supply of native Hebrew speakers on its faculty, the school goes straight to the source.

Chicago Bears' Kyle Fuller talks family, hard work at Skokie school

The room filled with the chords of "Bear Down Chicago Bears " and hundreds of elementary school students started screaming as Kyle Fuller , the Chicago Bears starting corner back, walked into the gymnasium at John Middleton Elementary School in Skokie on Friday afternoon. Fuller , 26, stopped by to help the school celebrate getting the U.S. Healthier Challenge Gold Distinction award, given by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in recognition of the school's efforts to serve students nutritious food and increase their physical activity, school officials said.

Scores line Skokie, Evanston streets in anti-racism rally: 'We...

Students from Lincoln Junior High School in Skokie join others in front of Skokie Village Hall Friday, April 27, 2018 during the Stand Against Racism demonstration in downtown Skokie. Students from Lincoln Junior High School in Skokie join others in front of Skokie Village Hall Friday, April 27, 2018 during the Stand Against Racism demonstration in downtown Skokie.

Weekend picks: Kathleen Madigan takes the mic at COD

Comedian Kathleen Madigan performs at College of DuPage's McAninch Arts Center in Glen Ellyn and the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. Expect some hearty laughs when comedian Kathleen Madigan brings her "Boxed Wine and Bigfoot Tour" to two locations this weekend: first at College of DuPage's McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn.

Weekly picks: 'Long Island Medium' reads Rosemont

Tickets are scarce to see "Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience" starring the "Long Island Medium." The event is Thursday at the Rosemont Theatre, 5400 N. River Road, Rosemont.

Halal Guys Inches Closer To Wicker Park Opening

CORRECTION: Despite sending a news release announcing the opening date, Halal Guys will not be opening on Saturday. The restaurant co-owner said the restaurant's opening will be delayed.

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