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04/01/14 Music notes: Blue October, Against Me! stopping in the suburbs
By Matt Arado - Punk rockers Against Me! and alternative band Blue October will makes stops in Palatine and Libertyville, respectively, during the coming week. Former Bikini Kill frontwoman Kathleen Hanna, meanwhile, will bring her new band, the Julie Ruin, to... FULL STORY
03/31/14 Rally in Bensenville calls for end to deportations
By Matt Arado - Dozens of people on Sunday attended a rally in Bensenville to call for an end to deportations in DuPage County and across the country. The third annual "Coming Out of the Shadows" event, organized by the DuPage County community group... FULL STORY
03/29/14 In YouTube era, public access TV still on the air in suburbs
By Matt Arado - You Tube. Facebook. Instagram. Three reasons out of many why you might expect public access television to have gone the way of the 8-track. But public access is still going strong, even with Comcast consolidating its production facilities in Mount... FULL STORY
03/27/14 New turf fields open as Wheeling's Heritage Park project continues
By Matt Arado - A two-year effort to renovate Heritage Park in Wheeling took a significant step toward completion this week when the Wheeling Park District opened the park's new athletic complex -- a key component of the project. Evanston High School... FULL STORY
03/26/14 Music notes: Ha Ha Tonka gets cozy at Raue
By Matt Arado - Missouri's Ha Ha Tonka has always blurred the lines between indie and roots rock. Catch the music at the Raue Center for the Performing Arts in Crystal Lake. Elmhurst's own The Orwells play Lincoln Hall. And the Chicago Theatre hosts a llineup of... FULL STORY
03/24/14 Alternative schools gather for annual basketball tournament
By Matt Arado - Students from alternative schools in the city and suburbs competed this weekend in their own version of the Big Dance -- the Chicago Area Alternative Education League's annual basketball tournament. The event, Saturday and Sunday at Forest View... FULL STORY
03/20/14 ComEd's new transmission line to save customers $500 million?
By Matt Arado - Construction of a 345-kilovolt transmission line in northern Illinois would save ComEd customers about $500 million over the first 15 years, officials from the utility say. But one state economist has expressed doubts about ComEd's financial claims. FULL STORY
03/19/14 Music notes: Ska-punk Reel Big Fish hit Durty Nellie's
By Matt Arado - Ska-punk band Reel Big Fish will bring its high-energy live act to Palatine this weekend with a show at Durty Nellie's. FULL STORY
03/16/14 Palatine girl inspires crowd at Lake Zurich St. Baldrick's event
By Matt Arado - Children and adults had their heads shaved Sunday at a Lake Zurich hair salon to raise money for the ongoing fight against childhood cancer. The event was inspired by and held in honor of Rosie Colucci, a 9-year-old from Palatine who is being... FULL STORY
03/16/14 Fire breaks out in empty Libertyville barn
By Matt Arado - A fire broke out in a barn Saturday night in Libertville, authorities said. The barn at 27265 N. Bradley Road was empty at the time, as it was being remodeled. A firefighter suffered a hand injury while bringing the fire under control; no other... FULL STORY
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