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Taylor Swift sat down with NBC’s Today show to discuss her upcoming Dr. Seuss’ film The Lorax, where she plays “Audrey” – one of the main characters. Taylor related to her part due to the fact she grew up on a Christmas...
Opened amid the United States Bicentennial celebration in 1976 and home to the country's largest collection of postcards, the Lake County Discovery Museum will move to Libertyville, in what officials say is a more centralized location. "We can protect...
Tags: Museums, Wauconda, Arts and Culture, Libertyville
The Forest Preserve District of Cook County plans to celebrate its centennial for the next three years, bringing new and renovated campgrounds and interactive online maps and apps to county residents. The projects, which also include a new logo, updated...
As a licensed arborist in the state of Connecticut, I am going to have to say that the new fees enacted as part of the state budget are outrageous. Especially when these fees are done to supposedly promote professional standards for arborists [June 5,...
Tags: Science and Technology, Standards, Forests
The more you can do. It has become an unofficial motto of Ravens training camp this year. The simple five-word phrase is meant to foster a sense of unity, to remind players that great team members are willing to go beyond their defined roles for the...
A small parade of stroller-pushers sometimes makes its way past Sue Collins' spacious backyard to see her four horses. Collins isn't the only one with a backyard stable and equine friends in Palos Hills, where several dozen half-acre residential...
Special to the TribuneA 13,000-square-foot limestone mansion is going up on 2 acres. Can you guess where? Lake Forest, perhaps. Possibly Highland Park. How about Morton Grove? Once thought of, by some, as the stepsister of Skokie, this 5-square-mile village intersected by...
Tags: Cross Country Skiing, House Building, Metra, Property, Homes
Special to the Chicago TribuneA lot has changed since settlers first arrived in the 1830s in what is now Yorkville. Rattlesnakes, bears and wolves no longer threaten the residents' safety. Early businesses including ice harvesting and making buttons from river shells were replaced...
Special to the Chicago TribuneNot every teenager is willing to admit his hometown is an awesome place. Tommy Filkin is. Scanning the Lake Michigan beach where he is a lifeguard, this shaggy-haired 16-year-old says of Lake Forest: "I love it here. It's a nice, safe place to grow up....
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After purchasing 31 acres in Homer Glen for a horse farm and home in 2003, Christy Nahser and her mom, Nancy Nahser, felt like pioneers as they cleaned up the site. Their property became a lot less remote in 2007 when the extension of Interstate...
As firefighters struggle to contain the Powerhouse fire that is raging between Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley, we are reminded of the terrible devastation that fire, wind and dry fuel can bring. We are also seeing the tremendous utility of night...
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