• The chicken Calabrese ($24.95) boasts fresh, authentic Italian tastes at Northbrook’s Francesco's Hole in the Wall.

    Quick Bites: Fare from across the globe

    July 17, 2018 By Staff report Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Seven editors. Seven countries. Seven days. This week, 22nd Century Media editors tasked ourselves with scouring the North Shore for the top dishes from across the world, from Mexico and Colombia to Italy and Armenia, and our local restaurants didn’t disappoint.
  • Glenbrook North girls lacrosse alumna Naomi Lutz will continue her favorite childhood sport when she plays for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the spring. Photo submitted

    Lutz ready to continue lacrosse at MIT

    July 17, 2018 By Michal Dwojak, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Naomi Lutz knew one thing had to remain a constant for her when she went off to college: She had to play a sport.
  • Glenbrook North graduate Nathan Salstone (front center right) performs a scene during a production of the Broadway play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”

    GBN alumnus Nathan Salstone living his dream on Broadway

    July 16, 2018 By Martin Carlino, Editor News, Community, School
    Just moments before the cast of the Broadway production “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” was finalized, Nathan Salstone received the news he’s spent years working to achieve — he was going to make his Broadway debut.
  • Sophomore quarterback Dylan Buckner looks to pass the ball during a 7-on-7 on July 10 in Des Plaines. Photos by Claire Esker/22nd Century Media

    Pieper, Spartans football working on basics

    July 16, 2018 By Michal Dwojak, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    The Glenbrook North football team is working to improve on a season where it missed the playoffs. Head coach Bob Pieper reflects on the summer and what he’s looking forward to in the fall.
  • Glenbrook North girls soccer alumna Maya Lambert made a big impact with Purdue during her freshman season. Photos submitted

    Lambert making strides right from the start

    July 10, 2018 By Grady Bruch, Editorial Intern Sports, Alumni-College
    Maya Lambert didn’t expect to have a large impact for Purdue women’s soccer team her freshman season.

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