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  Mike Marr, owner and brewmeister at Buffalo Creek Brewing in Long Grove, has created a Taylor Swift-inspired blond ale with lavender called 13th Poet. Rick West/
  Pickleball players compete at sunset on elevated courts at Maryknoll Park in Glen Ellyn on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. John Starks/
  Golfers warm up on the practice green at Cantigny Golf Club Wednesday, April 17, 2024 in Wheaton. Brian Hill/
  A goose is nesting on a raised portion of the brick and concrete sign outside Rolling Meadows City Hall on Tuesday, April 16, 2024. Joe Lewnard/
  People flock to opening day of the Wheaton French Market Saturday, April 13, 2024. Brian Hill/
  Hoffman Estates officials take a final tour of the former Sears headquarters Friday, April 19, 2024 in Hoffman Estates before demolition begins. Brian Hill/
  Silver Lake in Blackwell Forest Preserve Saturday, April 13, 2024 in Warrenville. Brian Hill/
  Oz Osborne, left, of Hampshire and Alfredo Rangel of South Elgin talk with coach Corinne Grotenhuis during an Elgin Blue Wave Masters Swim Club practice Wednesday. Osborne, 78, is the team’s oldest swimmer and a former national champion in his age bracket. Rick West/
  Employees gather for a press conference for Work Zone Awareness Tuesday, April 16, 2024 in Westchester. Brian Hill/
  Lincoln Elementary School custodian Mario Albarran, center, is escorted by assistant principal Michael Coleman as he enters the gym to a host of cheering teachers and students. Albarran received a RISE Award from the U.S. Department of Education during a ceremony in Palatine. Paul Valade/
  Little league players surround Libertyville High School shortstop Cole Lockwood during the National Anthem before a game against Lake Zurich in Libertyville on Tuesday, April 23, 2024. John Starks/
  A fleet of municipal vehicles were on display for the Downtown Wheaton Association’s kid-friendly Touch-a-Truck event Saturday, April 27, 2024 in Wheaton. Youngsters had a chance to climb, honk and explore trucks, construction vehicles and emergency vehicles from behind the wheel. Brian Hill/
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