Caren Miller, whose art studio is located in Northbrook, assists people — some with physical and emotional challenges — by channeling their artistic ability through a variety of mediums. Photo by Martin Carlino/22nd Century Media
Per a statement from Michelle Press, a spokeswoman for Underwriters Laboratories, an ambulance was called after Matthew Braun, 22, of Lake Villa, experienced a medical emergency at the Northbrook campus.
Glenbrook North graduate Noah Weisberg (center) performs during a rehearsal for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Weisberg will have the role of Willy Wonka in the production, which opens Oct. 2 at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre, and plays through Oct. 21. Photo Courtesy of Joseph Marzullo/WENN.
As Glenbrook North graduate Noah Weisberg puts the finishing touches on his preparation for one of the biggest roles of his theatrical career, he can’t help but think back to his days performing with the Northbrook Park District.
Phillip Von Alroth, 6, of Northbrook, gets a boost from his dad Erick for a peek inside a 1955 Chevrolet Nomad owned by Mike Mandell, of Northbrook, on Sunday, Sept. 16 at Shermerfest in downtown Northbrook. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
They don’t make cars like they used to. That was obvious to those who came to the 40th annual Shermerfest in the Village Green on Sunday, Sept. 16 and checked out the 113 vintage classic cars on display.
This year, for its excellence in web design and development, Northbrook Park District’s earned the Government Standard of Excellence Award from the Web Marketing Association’s annual WebAward Competition.
Alzheimer’s disease sucks. Yes, I know, I’m stating the obvious. But, if you’re reading this editorial, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve witnessed this horrendous, progressive disease take a heavy toll on a loved one or someone close.