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2014 IHSA state football brackets
VIDEO: Inside The Huddle’s Playoff Pairings Show
New Trier wins boys, girls regional cross country titles
Sidelined most of football season, Charlie Schoder helps New Trier beat Evanston
Seniors Kepler Worobec, John Tsingas lead Evanston boys soccer team past Maine East
Mount Carmel upsets Loyola, clinches 29th straight playoff berth
Boys golf state tournament notebook
3Arts awards 10 grants of $25,000 at annual awards ceremony
Skokie area property transfers Oct. 24
Chicago Human Rhythm Project throws 25th JUBALEE birthday gala
Antiques + Modernism Show Winnetka 2014 runs Nov. 7-9
Police to begin checking bags for explosives at CTA stations
Evanston Health Dept. program to address school-age asthma
Purple Line change leads Evanston survey comments
Teeing Off: Talking golf with IHSA state champion Hinsdale Central
Police: Chicago man with gang ties shot in Evanston
City of Evanston issues whooping cough advisory
Officials ask parents to be alert to whooping cough symptoms
Video: Oct. 20 Evanston City Council meeting
Reserve quarterback, two-way players help ignite Loyola football team’s offense
Evanston Symphony celebrates Romanticism
Family Friendly: Wilmette Library encourages “Fun with Science!”
Loyola’s Grace Tierney verbally commits to Wisconsin swim team
State of Illinois sets up Ebola task force
Letter to the editor: Can’t decide who to vote for?
Evanston restaurant health inspection data now available via Yelp
Northwestern University revisits ‘Laramie Project’ events Arts & Entertainment
Northwestern University revisits ‘Laramie Project’ events
In 1998, college student Matthew Shepard was kidnapped and murdered because he was gay. Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project conducted hundreds of interviews of residents of the Wyoming town where that atrocity occurred to create the 2000 play, "The Laramie Project." Northwestern University is presenting that play through Nov. 2, along with an exhibit and events that highlight the relevance of its subject matter to today's world.
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