• Northbrook resident Herb Weinfield (center) and Lois Rose, of Glenview, enjoy some bacon treats at the Bluegrass Restaurant’s booth. (Dave Kraus/22nd Century Media)

    Local eateries serve up a good time at Baconfest

    May 27, 2015 By Alan P. Henry, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    Let’s start with a given. As the bumper sticker speaking truth to power authoritatively decrees: “Either you like bacon or you’re wrong.”

  • Members of the Christian Science Society donated their 123-year-old church building to the Northbrook Historical Society this spring. (Photo submitted)

    Century-old church donated to Historical Society

    May 22, 2015 By Matt Yan, Editor News

    A vital piece of Northbrook history has been saved by the Northbrook Historical Society. 

  • Fifth-grader Casey McMenamin plays the guitar at the “Mystery Tour” show on Thursday, May 21, at Wescott Elementary. (Photos by Riley Simpson/22nd Century Media)

    Wescott students go on Mystery Tour through Beatlemania

    May 27, 2015 By Riley Simpson, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    Just as in 1964 during the ground-breaking “Ed Sullivan Show” episode, girls shrieked at The Beatles’ music on Thursday, May 21, at Wescott Elementary School.

  • The pear and walnut salad ($4.99 side/$7.39 entree) is dressed with an aged balsamic vinaigrette at Go Roma, 81 Waukegan Road, Glenview. (Photos by Alex Mayster/22nd Century Media)

    Italian eatery prepares fast, homemade dishes

    May 27, 2015 By Megan Maginity, Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Fast and casual is what Glenview’s Go Roma is all about.

  • GBN junior Constantine Beniaris flies through the air in a hurdle event on Thursday, May 21, at the Loyola Sectional. Jamie Bradley/22nd Century Media

    Boys Track and Field: Two Spartans advance to state

    May 26, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    Glenbrook North juniors Michael Papper and Constantine Beniaris put on stellar performances in the jumps, Highland Park senior Edward Smoliak excelled in the pole vault, and his junior t