Considering we have our share of Illinois politicians who have headed straight to prison from both sides of the aisle, the suggestion that we can “save” anything by voting straight down party lines is beyond ludicrous. So please, read up.
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Originally destined to open mid-October, the microbrewery Granite City Food & Brewery, has moved that date to Oct. 29 at the up-and-coming Freedom Plaza off Diehl Road.
Folks were fueling up again at 19 N. Washington St. on a beautiful August evening in 2012, so Ed Olson stopped by. He once owned the gas station there.
The library partnered with DuPage Children’s Museum and Naperville Park District to present Naperville Public Library’s Story Along the Riverwalk.
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Just as the runners who participated in the marathon last year are looking at ways to improve their time and performance, so too are the event planners and city staff looking to make this year’s event better than last year’s.
PennyWise Resale Shop in Naperville, which sits on the property of St. John’s Episcopal Church, has been a staple in Naperville for 40 years.
In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month in October, the library will showcase the musical talents of “The X Factor” and “American Idol” contestant Jillian Jensen on Monday, Oct. 20.
The St. John’s Episcopal Church kitchen crew, nicknamed the Righteous Brothers, serves a monthly Sunday-morning breakfast. In addition, these ambitious chefs prepare a women’s tea, a fish fry, a steak dinner, a lobster extravaganza and other special meals throughout the year.
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