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Cultural Journey
Kerrie Kennedy | October 2, 2014

With the 25th annual Chicago Humanities Festival, Journeys, right around the corner, its executive director, North Shore resident Phillip Bahar, can barely contain his enthusiasm about the festival...

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Women of Style & Substance
By Laura Hine and Laura Tiebert | October 2, 2014

For our second annual showing of the North Shore's fabulously dressed, we found five ladies whose love for fashion equals their passion for making a difference in their communities as bankers, television personalities...

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The Path Less Traveled
Michael Wren | Photography by Anthony Tahlier | July 8, 2014

If you want to get the most out of Milwalky Trace, the new small-plates spot in downtown Libertyville, you’re going to have to get your hands a little...

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Summer Stroll
Sherry Thomas | July 7, 2014

Art Post Gallery
Christina Bates, owner of Art Post Gallery, wants art-lovers to think big and bold this summer with a distinctive new collection of Summer Abstractions. Featuring...

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Good Sports
Laura Hine | July 7, 2014

When they walk into the Michigan Shores Club in Wilmette, Michael Alter, who owns the Chicago Sky basketball team, and Arnim E. Whisler, owner of the Chicago Red Stars soccer team, look like they might be cut from the same cloth. To be sure, both live in Winnetka, look like...

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Jet Set
Nate Chapnick | July 7, 2014

Infiniti’s new full-size QX80 feels right at home on the North Shore. Whether you’re shuttling the kids to sports practice, loading chairs and a picnic for a Ravinia concert or packing up the family for a long weekend at the cottage up north, the QX80 is a family-...

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Click
Elaine Doremus | July 7, 2014

When
9AM
6.14.14

Where
Starbucks, Evanston

Renee Rendler-Kaplan and her husband often grab a drink at the bustling Starbucks on Sherman Avenue en route from Evanston’s weekly farmers market to Wilmette’s...

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Weekend Getaways
Ayesha Khan and Misty Milioto | Edited by Alison Abbey and Allison Mitchell | July 7, 2014

BEST OF THE BIG EASY
Succumb to the sultry sway of New Orleans.

STAY
The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
...

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Homeward Bound
Michael Wren | July 7, 2014

Brian Huston doesn’t speak in empty platitudes. When the former Publican chef de cuisine says he wants his new restaurant, Boltwood, to be a brick-and-mortar expression of his love for his hometown of Evanston, he means it.

Not only has he named his...

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Fifty Shades of Gray
Tate Gunnerson | July 7, 2014

“As big and dressy as this house is, it has warmth,” explains interior designer Stephanie Wohlner of the 15,000-square-foot mansion in Highland Park that she designed for a couple with three young children. The wife first saw Wohlner’s...

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50 Must-Try Tastes
Elaine Doremus with contributors | July 7, 2014

[ 1 ] Rib-Eye Steak
Aged for 45 to 60 days before being broiled to a juicy crisp in an 1,800-degree oven, Sullivan’s Steakhouse’s tomahawk bone-in rib-eye is one of the few great dry-...

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Moonlight Refuge
Cynthia A. Raymond | April 3, 2014

Sometimes it takes a village, or, in this case, a grand team of contractors and one fearless leader to pore over the details and address the challenges inherent in transforming a tragic landscape into one of great beauty and function. North Shore landscape...

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