• The Nashville hot chicken is seasoned with variety of spices like cayenne pepper, paprika and chili powder at Honey’s Hot Chicken, 1791 St. Johns Ave., Highland Park. photos by Derek Wolff/22nd Century Media

    At Honey’s Hot, Southern-style spice worth the bite

    June 21, 2016 By Colin Hanner, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out
    At the end of February, Jeff Shapiro and Dean Eliacostas, the minds behind local favorite Real Urban Barbecue, packed a car and went on a culinary journey some 500 miles south to Nashville.
  • GBN’s Hikaru Ozone gets timed in the shuttle run by Matt Lindamood, of Northbrook-based TCBoost, on Friday, June 17, at the Chicagoland Classic Showcase.

    Baseball: Spartans take advantage of scouting opportunity

    June 20, 2016 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports
    Thirteen baseball players from Glenbrook North, Highland Park and New Trier received a terrific opportunity being nominated by their coaches to participate in the 19th Chicagoland Classic Showcase.
  • J.T. Compher (left) goes for the puck during a game against Michigan State at Soldier Field Feb. 7, 2015. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    After years of hard work, Compher ready for NHL

    June 20, 2016 By Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter Sports
    When J.T. Compher first set foot on ice he was wearing figure skates and, according to his mother, he wasn’t happy about it.
  • Jason Garner (left) tries to pass teammate Scott Whiteman coming out of the turn on Thursday, June 9, at the Ed Rudolph Velodrome in Northbrook. Scott Margolin/22nd Century Media

    Velodrome races draw cyclists young and old

    June 15, 2016 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports
    Every Thursday night from May through August is race night at the Ed Rudolph Velodrome in Northbrook.
  • A group gathers for the interfaith vigil Thursday, June 16, in Village Green. Claire Esker/22nd Century Media

    Northbrook honors victims of Orlando shooting with interfaith vigil

    June 20, 2016 By Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News
    It was a somber night on Northbrook’s Village Green, yet full of resolve as more than 100 clergy, faith leaders, residents, their families and friends from around the area gathered by the band shell Thursday, June 16, for an interfaith vigil of support for the LGBTQ community in wake of the recent shootings in Orlando.

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