Young Arlington Heights entrepreneurs promote mental health with merchandise brand
Happiness Project, a grass-roots campaign devoted to boosting positivity and removing the stigma of mental illness that's run by four Arlington Heights friends, is gaining national attention.
How a pair of suburban filmmakers created a piece of inaugural historyUp-and-coming filmmakers Jason Polevoi of Buffalo Grove and Teddy Wachholz of Arlington Heights landed a last-minute gig of a lifetime: the chance to film a musical performance to be featured as part of Wednesday's inaugural events.
Constable: Rage against rare disorder reunites Libertyville musiciansIn the brief window between yesterday's holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr. for bending the moral arc toward justice and tomorrow's efforts to make sure a civil war doesn't bend it the other way comes this simple story where musical roots trump any racial issues.
Seasoned riders share their biking resolutions for 2021Seasoned riders, novices, shop owners and club officers across the suburbs offer their 2021 goals, some specific and individual, others broad and general. All are worthy no matter what type of rider you are.
Dining events: Smashburger debuts in SchaumburgFast-casual Smashburger just opened its newest location in Schaumburg near Woodfield, Niche in Geneva is hosting a virtual wine tasting Friday, and The Chocolate Sanctuary in Gurnee is offering its Afternoon High Tea to-go on Saturday.
The best spots for sledding, tubing in the suburbsOutdoor recreation has kept us going through the COVID-19 pandemic, and it doesn't have to stop now that the weather is cold and snowy. Here are some of the best sledding spots in the suburbs.
Poet Amanda Gorman, 22, will read at Biden inauguralAt age 22, poet Amanda Gorman, chosen to read at the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, already has a history of writing for official occasions.
Arlington Heights church collects food for those in need on MLK DayVolunteers at First Presbyterian Church in Arlington Heights celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day by providing food for the less fortunate in the area.
Carol Stream comes together to donate on MLK DayOutreach Community Center, the village of Carol Stream, Wheaton Christian Center and Our Savior Lutheran Church held a donation parade on Monday to collect paper towels, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, diapers and baby wipes for local families.
Suburban restaurants offering Inauguration Day specialsIf you're planning to watch the Inauguration Day festivities at home on Jan. 20, why not enjoy a meal at the same time? Here are what some suburban restaurants are offering.
It's 'confusing,' but it's coming. The latest on COVID-19 vaccinations for suburban seniors.It's not just the waiting that's the hardest part for seniors eager to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It's the uncertainty over when, where and how they can get inoculated. Here's what to know.
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