AROUND TOWN

Hinsdale Kitchen Walk

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Photos by Laura Meyer The Hinsdale Historical Society has been devoted to collecting, preserving, and promoting the history of Hinsdale for more than thirty years. In...

Wellness House

The Community House

Serenades of the Summer

FOOD & DRINK

Neat Kitchen + Bar

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246 North Cass Avenue Downtown Westmont NeatKitchenandBar.com Matt Verde and John Taylor met in the sixth grade at Immaculate Conception Grade School in Elmhurst. These lifelong friends...

GIVING BACK

Charitable Giving: DuPage County’s predicted wealth transfer has huge implications

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By Dave McGowan The 2020 Illinois Transfer of Wealth Study reveals an astonishing trend: DuPage County residents are transferring more wealth than ever before, and...

ARTS + THEATRE

Town Meets Country: Local writer makes a name for herself in...

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By Anna Hughes | Photo by Victor Hilitski Alison Bonaguro had always known she wanted to be a writer. With a degree in journalism and...

HOME & DESIGN

One of a Kind — Architectural Gems in the Western Suburbs

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There is no shortage of unique architecture in the Chicagoland area. In this issue, a handful of homes nestled in the western suburbs are...

NEWS & EVENTS

Centennial Celebration: Clarendon Hills commemorates the historic occasion

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Clarendon Hills has always been a charming and vibrant village with a rich history and a strong sense of community, and this year, it...

HISTORY VAULT

Visit Normandy

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A calm escape from the hustle and bustle of Paris By Maureen Callahan In the wake of this summer’s 80th anniversary of D-Day, it’s all eyes...

BUSINESS + MONEY

Welcome In! The Drake Oak Brook’s elegance and charm are...

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By Maureen Callahan One of the best things about luxury travel is the accommodation. What makes a hotel memorable? Décor? Amazing cuisine? Unparalleled hospitality? To...

HEALTH + LIFE

Close to the Heart: Improved youth heart screenings continue to grow

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By Larry Atseff Experts in children’s heart disease, in partnership with hundreds of volunteers, are the pillars of Young Hearts For Life (YH4L). The organization...

SPORTS + LEISURE

Next Level: Local area student-athletes continue athletic pursuits

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Congratulations to the local student-athletes from the Class of 2024 who will continue their academic and athletic pursuits at the Division 1 collegiate level. It...

IN EVERY ISSUE

HCHS student shares musical talent with local retirement communities

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By Anna Hughes | Photos by Laura Meyer On a sunny Saturday afternoon in March, many high school students are spending time with friends, relaxing...

TRAVEL

Iceland

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By Maureen Callahan Consider checking out this European destination in winter. You’ll need to outfit carefully for outdoor activities, but average temperatures are not much...

E-EDITION

LATEST STORIES

Close to the Heart: Improved youth heart screenings continue to grow

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By Larry Atseff Experts in children’s heart disease, in partnership with hundreds of volunteers, are the pillars of Young Hearts For Life (YH4L). The organization...

Neat Kitchen + Bar

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246 North Cass Avenue Downtown Westmont NeatKitchenandBar.com Matt Verde and John Taylor met in the sixth grade at Immaculate Conception Grade School in Elmhurst. These lifelong friends...

Hinsdale Kitchen Walk

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Photos by Laura Meyer The Hinsdale Historical Society has been devoted to collecting, preserving, and promoting the history of Hinsdale for more than thirty years. In...

Wellness House

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Over 3,000 people came together at the annual Walk for Wellness House held on May 5 to help support cancer survivors, families, and friends. The...

Hinsdale South Young Life

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A rainy evening did not dampen Hinsdale South Young Life’s Annual Fundraiser on April 18th in Burr Ridge. The evening celebrated the past year...

The Community House

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By Mia Jones | Photos by 726 Visuals The Community House’s 18th annual Walk the Walk for Mental Health turned out with 700 participants this...

Labriola Restaurant An Elevated Dining Experience

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By Hinsdale Magazine Group Staff| Photo by Laura Meyers In an exciting move that promises to elevate the culinary scene, Rich Labriola, the visionary behind...

Next Level: Local area student-athletes continue athletic pursuits

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Congratulations to the local student-athletes from the Class of 2024 who will continue their academic and athletic pursuits at the Division 1 collegiate level. It...

Serenades of the Summer

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Concert series make their return for another music-filled summer By Mia Jones Sweet summertime calls for ample entertainment opportunities and good live music. Luckily, residents of...

Charitable Giving: DuPage County’s predicted wealth transfer has huge implications

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By Dave McGowan The 2020 Illinois Transfer of Wealth Study reveals an astonishing trend: DuPage County residents are transferring more wealth than ever before, and...

Draft Day OK for J.J.

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Naz star ready to start NFL career with Vikings By Jeff Vorva While many members of Nazareth Nation gathered in the Stadium in McCook for...

Visit Normandy

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A calm escape from the hustle and bustle of Paris By Maureen Callahan In the wake of this summer’s 80th anniversary of D-Day, it’s all eyes...

A Fair to Remember

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It’s 70 years for DuPage County Fairground’s signature celebration By Maureen Callahan For more than a century and a half, the DuPage County Fair has drawn...

The Perfect Taste of Summer

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A hot summer day, time by the pool or beach, or an evening at home means you need something to sip on. Try out...

Town Meets Country: Local writer makes a name for herself in Nashville music scene

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By Anna Hughes | Photo by Victor Hilitski Alison Bonaguro had always known she wanted to be a writer. With a degree in journalism and...

D181 students use foundation grants to help their community

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By Anna Hughes Inside Ms. Ashley Kaumeyer’s class at Monroe School, 5th graders are learning about more than just reading and writing. Through the KIDS (Kids...

HCHS student shares musical talent with local retirement communities

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By Anna Hughes | Photos by Laura Meyer On a sunny Saturday afternoon in March, many high school students are spending time with friends, relaxing...

Chicago Storm Special Hockey is truly special

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By Larry Atseff | Photos Laura Meyer When you visit the Chicago Storm Special Hockey website, the first headline that greets you asks the question: “Want...

Fine Art: Hinsdale’s popular art show returns to Burlington Park

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By Anna Hughes This year marks the 51st annual Hinsdale Fine Arts Festival, one of the village’s most anticipated summer events. Over 85 artists will showcase...

Wine Women & Shoes raises $370,000 for Bridge Communities

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By Anna Hughes | Photos by Karen Woolley It only takes one: One crisis, one painful diagnosis, one layoff. It only takes one life-altering event to watch...

Josh Bey goes all out to set state records after a tough go in world...

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By Jeff Vorva | Photos by Jeff Vorva Here’s how good Hinsdale Central’s Josh Bey is. He finished sixth in the world – THE WORLD –...

Hinsdale Kitchen Walk Luncheon

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Photos by Laura Meyer Dozens of ladies from Hinsdale and surrounding communities gathered at Hinsdale Golf Club for the Hinsdale Kitchen Walk luncheon on March...

Hinsdale Infant Welfare Society

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More than 400 guests packed the Drake Oak Brook Hotel in early March for the Hinsdale Infant Welfare Society’s Tablescapes Ooh La La event...

Nazareth Academy Roadrunners return with hopes of defending their repeat state titles

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By Anna Hughes It takes a lot to make a great baseball player: determination, grit, talent, and commitment. The Nazareth Academy varsity team has lots of...

Summer is right around the corner, and we’ve rounded up the best events of...

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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Paramount Theatre April 24-June 16 paramountaurora.com Enjoy an evening at one of Chicagoland’s most highly esteemed theatres for their production of Beautiful: The...

Fostering Love: Two local families offer foster children a safe place to belong

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By Maureen Callahan The second Sunday in May is the day we honor Mom. Hers is the first love we know in this world. There’s a...

Dr. Michael Halkias – Naper Grove Vision Care

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Tell us about yourself. I grew up here in the Western suburbs, and I have been an owner of Naper Grove Vision Care since 2008....

Three local authors work themselves into three interesting and diverse book genres

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By Maureen Callahan Kelly K. James – Downers Grove Ever wondered if you pushed the envelope too far at work? Worried you might get fired for...

The Thrill of the Dill: The unexpected rise of Pickleball

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By Cynthia Maquet For the third year in a row, Pickleball has earned the title of the fastest-growing sport in the nation. Is the pickleball...

Center Stage: Dan Aykroyd at Oakbrook Center’s Wonderverse

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By Larry Atseff There is absolutely no substitute for talent. And there is no substitute for being a genuinely nice guy. That is Dan Aykroyd...