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  After being closed for more than a year for extensive renovations, the 86-year-old Des Plaines Theatre stages a grand reopening Friday. There will be music from Shout Section Big Band, cocktails and more. The Chicago area is teeming with fun events...

Best bets: Curtains rise again at Des Plaines Theatre

Updated: 11/9/2011 02:07 PM

  Nestled in the 5th Avenue Station building is a Naperville institution, Café Buonaro's. The Italian restaurant opened in 1990; 21 years later it is as busy as ever.

Craving Italian? Buonaro's has what you need

Updated: 11/8/2011 04:45 PM

  A Vernon Hills letter to the editor: As a physics professor and someone who has actually investigated some paranormal claims in a serious manner, I was struck by how much the Daily Herald's Halloween article "Harper class teaches the finer points of...

Tough questions for 'ghost busters'

Updated: 11/8/2011 06:14 PM

  Iraq War veteran Bryan Anderson reminds us life isn't what happens to you, but what you make of what happens, a Daily Herald editorial says

Bryan Anderson and the open door

Updated: 11/9/2011 04:50 AM

  Letter to the Editor: I took some heat a short while ago for asking a question that went something like this: "Are liberal/progressives incapable of coherent thought, or are only those who have difficulties with coherent thought the ones who become...

Further evidence of incoherent thought

Updated: 11/8/2011 06:11 PM

  Letter to the Editor: I was appalled to see the article "A field trip or a gambit?" featured on the front page of the Nov. 4 Daily Herald.

Mom questioning field trips in minority

Updated: 11/8/2011 06:11 PM

  At a recent Naperville City Council meeting, Councilman Grant Wehrli explained to Kim Bendis the reason for her being ejected from the Oct. 18 meeting. Ms. Bendis had made a vocal response to a council member's inaccurate remarks about health and...

Why hasn't Naperville published report?

Updated: 11/8/2011 06:11 PM

  Last month during Great Outdoors America Week, I was fortunate enough to team up with the Sierra Club and fly to Washington D.C. to let our elected officials know that children aren't spending enough time outdoors and we need to do something about...

Kids need to spend more time outdoors

Updated: 11/8/2011 06:11 PM

  Columnist Richard Cohen: It is no accident that the south of Europe - Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal - is extending a tin cup to the north. It is no accident that Arab countries are mucking up democracy, and it is no accident that Japan and...

The culture that defines us

Updated: 11/8/2011 08:40 AM

  Columnist George Will: Because the very idea of an eight-sided debate is absurd, and because such a televised event is survival of the briefest, the format discourages the drawing of sensible distinctions.

For once, debate the big issues

Updated: 11/8/2011 08:40 AM

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