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Contributing Columnists

Dan Kaye, Northbrook Historical Society

Time Lines: No problem naming Village’s most significant change
10:54 am CDT July 24, 2018 by Dan Kaye, Northbrook Historical Society Opinion, Contributing Columnists
When Illinois marked its centennial on Dec. 3, 1918, only three weeks had passed since World War I ended on Nov. 11. As difficult as that would be, it was a time for Americans to begin focusing on issues other than the horrific “Great War” — and that included the residents of Shermerville.

Jennifer Schlenhardt, Contributing Columnist

North Shore Mom: Our adventures during spring break
3:28 pm CDT April 6, 2015 by Jennifer Schlenhardt, Contributing Columnist Opinion, Contributing Columnists

It wasn’t Mickey, Minnie, Donald or Goofy. Nor was it SpongeBob, Harry Potter, Lego figures or Darth Vader.

Jessica Steinberg, Contributing Columnist

Student in Scotland: Comparing ourselves to others ruins individuality
3:26 pm CDT April 10, 2017 by Jessica Steinberg, Contributing Columnist Opinion, Contributing Columnists
When the sun begins to rest its head on the horizon, the moon’s glow sings a lullaby to the day.

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