The Glenbrook North community went back in time at the Pride Rally on Thursday, April 19, to honor one alumnus who played a major role in Spartans history.
Glenbrook North broadcasting students visited Los Angeles March 1-5 for a trip that included behind-the-scenes studio tours, visits with Jamie and Jim Abrahams and many more highlights. Photo Submitted
April 17, 2018By Martin Carlino, EditorNews, School
Glenbrook North broadcast instructor Todd Rubin has always dreamed of bringing his students to Los Angeles. But, during his time at GBN, varying difficulties often made the trip nothing more than a pipe dream.
Northbrook resident Stuart Jacobson performs during “The Stu Show,” a motivational 45-minute interactive show that encourages the importance of kindness and positivity. Photo Submitted.
Stuart Jacobson radiates positive energy and good vibes the moment he walks into a room. Jacobson, an eternal optimist, does so by exuding positive mental energy and spreading messages of kindness everywhere he goes.
Barry Poticha, 73, of Northbrook, pleaded guilty April 16 to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois.
The Glenbrook North community gathered on Sunday, April 15 to celebrate the life of longtime GBN coach and educator Mark Rebora. Rebora died on March 18 at the age of 57. Photo by Carlos Alvarez/22nd Century Media.
Students, coaches and colleagues past and present joined hearts with family Sunday, April 15, at Glenbrook North to celebrate the life of longtime coach and teacher Mark Rebora, who died suddenly last month at age 57.
The Village Presbyterian Church recently celebrated its 125th Anniversary in the Northbrook last November. And, earlier this year, a new chapter begun with the arrival of a new senior pastor, Rev. Dr. Spencer Lundgaard.