As the temps drop, suburban restaurants adapt outdoor dining options
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, suburban restaurants are providing novel spaces to dine and drink outside as the temperatures plunge. "There's still a lot of people that don't feel that comfortable (with the pandemic), so they like their own space," says Bien Trucha Group chief business officer Julio Cano.
'Long Time Passing' exhibit chronicling farm life opens at Fine Line's Kavanagh GalleryThe Kavanagh Gallery at Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles will open "Long Time Passing," an exhibit billed as a visual chronicle of farm life in the Midwest, past and present.
PTSD raises likelihood of developing ischemic heart diseaseResearchers found that female veterans living with post-traumatic stress disorder were at significantly increased risk of developing ischemic heart disease. That's a condition in which the coronary arteries become narrowed.
Dining bites: Restaurants adding new fall flavorsWith the change of the season, suburban restaurants have been adding fall flavors. Here are some new eats to look forward to.
Civil War battle re-enactment returns to Hainesville this weekendRelive history in Hainesville as knowledgeable re-enactors, both military and civilian, in period costume re-create an American Civil War event hosted by the Northbrook Sports Club.
Bike into autumn to see fall colors, noteworthy architecture around the suburbsAutumn is a great time to plan a fall color ride or to sign up for an architectural tour that will give you a glimpse of noteworthy homes in historic districts.
Clarity coming from FDA on the mixing and matching of COVID-19 booster brandsMixing and matching COVID-19 boosters? FDA expected to give more guidance on confusing topic, Chicago's top health expert explains.
Schaumburg High pays tribute to student supervisor with charitable collectionThe Schaumburg High School community honored the memory of a beloved alumna, turned staff member, who died last year with a charitable collection in her name at last Friday's football game.
Arlington Heights' One Book, One Village culminates with virtual author visitThe Arlington Heights Memorial Library's eighth annual One Book, One Village community reading event will culminate next week with a virtual visit from the author of this year's title.
Neighbors in the News: Wadsworth resident sworn in as new CASA volunteerWadsworth resident Rachel Belk was sworn in as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate by the Lake County Juvenile Court on Sept. 30.
All heroes will wear masks this year at the final Wizard World ChicagoThe comic-con traditions of Wizard World Chicago return this weekend to Rosemont for the last time before rebranding under new ownership in 2022.
In 'Par Excellence Redux,' mini-golf is art again at the Elmhurst Art MuseumElmhurst artists Donna Piacenza helps to put the finishing touches on "Par Excellence Redux: The Back 9." The 2021 Elmhurst Art Museum exhibit, a tribute to a similar 1988 miniature golf art installation at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, runs in its second half through Jan. 2.
Through the Film Magnifer, Walter Payton, Shadow Traffic, Danny Thomas at Woodfield Mall, Julia Child and more