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'The Art of the Wasted Day' explores silence and solitude
By Lincee Ray
Apr 22, 2018 7:22 AM
Critically praised Patricia Hampl invites readers to take a journey to explore the idea of a life steeped in leisure without schedules in "The Art of the Wasted Day."
Author events: Meet Kristin Cavallari, Patton Oswalt, Keegan Allen and more
By Caroline Linden
Apr 22, 2018 7:32 AM
Kristin Cavallari shares her new cookbook, "True Roots," at local events this week. More on this, plus appearances by Patton Oswalt with Gillian Flynn, Keegan Allen, Daymond John and more.
Constable: 71-year-old man believes he could have been one of Gacy's first victims
Apr 21, 2018 5:07 PM
A horrific childhood and the carnage of war took its toll on Vietnam veteran and former Arlington Heights resident David Bolton. But he credits the VA for helping him come to grips with his most haunting memory -- a sexual assault from a teenager he believes was John Wayne Gacy.
How John Coleman and others launched the Weather Channel
By Jason Samenow
Apr 21, 2018 6:00 AM
When the Weather Channel launched in 1982, its founder, John Coleman, knew he was on to the start of something important.
Charity holding children's book drive
Submitted by WACO
Apr 20, 2018 4:08 PM
The Woodfield Area Children's Organization (WACO) is holding its fourth annual "Read to Succeed" Children's Book Drive through Wednesday, May 9.
Why rare Action Comics nameplate was on display in Mount Prospect
By Christopher Placek
Apr 19, 2018 6:04 AM
A prototype of a comic book nameplate known the world over -- which had to be created before Superman could be -- was on display for awestruck suburban superhero devotees Wednesday in Mount Prospect.
Review: 'Space Odyssey' robustly explores Kubrick's '2001'
By DOUGLASS K. DANIEL
Apr 19, 2018 1:02 PM
Book 'Space Odyssey' explores the creativity that fueled the science-fiction classic '2001'
Local authors fair Saturday at Barrington Area Library
Daily Herald report
Apr 19, 2018 3:56 PM
Barrington Area Library will host a local authors fair Saturday, April 21.
Constable: Poet from Rolling Meadows making waves
Apr 19, 2018 12:11 PM
Even as a Rolling Meadows teenager writing poems at Fremd High School in the 1990s, Faisal Mohyuddin took on subjects far beyond his suburban world. Now, the teacher and poet is compiling prestigious awards and has a book-signing Sunday for his first collection, "The Displaced Children of Displaced Children."
Can't visit the library? Let the library visit you
By Dave Heun
Apr 17, 2018 4:42 PM
For those who have trouble getting out, the St. Charles Public Library Outreach Program comes in handy. The program has been in place for 45 years and essentially does what the title says -- brings the library out to the community.
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