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Christine Wolf | Taxi driver: ‘You should write about judgemental Americans’ Um … OK
Lake Forest teen stars in opera once performed in concentration camp
Two former corrections officers indicted in Lake County Jail death
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East Lake Academy students off to a great start this school year
Woodlands Academy names new head of school
Local Habitat for Humanity champions win lifetime achievement award
Some Catholic schools in Chicago Archdiocese will close
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Football playoff preview: Lake Forest at Belvidere North
Police blotter: Man gets DUI after fleeing the scene of an accident
Chicago Humanities Festival’s 25th anniversary gala raises $800K
Early-voting site changes draw criticism in Lake County
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Stonebridge takes next step to reality; completion anticipated in 2016
Ketchup-gate: Rauner campaign says hot dog with ketchup wasn’t for the candidate
2014 IHSA state football brackets
Car burglars hit Lake Forest and Highland Park
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Rauner makes brief appearance at Vernon Hills Portillo’s
PADS Lake County’s new headquarters is more modern, accessible
Marcus Lemonis renames Rose’s Café and Bakery after his mother
Taco Bell unveils mobile app for ordering
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Deer Path students make a difference
Deerfield native wins reality TV cooking show
Illinois ranks 31st in business tax climate
Paul Sassone: Toy store breaks bad over drug lord dolls
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Director John Hughes’ widow donates estate to Lake Forest Hospital
New Amazon facility in Illinois to bring 1,000 jobs to state
The Big Questions: Tom Dreesen on Sinatra, comedy and profanity Arts & Entertainment
The Big Questions: Tom Dreesen on Sinatra, comedy and profanity
Comedian Tom Dreesen has seen it all. In the 1960s, the Harvey native pioneered the first interracial stand-up comedian team with Tim Reid (best known for his later role as Venus Flytrap on “WKRP in Cincinnati”). In the 1970s, he helped lead the strike against Mitzi Shore's iconic Comedy Store. Dressen also appeared on the “Tonight Show” 61 times and served as Frank Sinatra’s opening act for 14 years.
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