The Dancing Marlin’s chicken dinner is brined, cooked sous vide and pan-seared for a juicy center and crisp skin. It is topped with a cabernet reduction and mushrooms. Photos by Kirsten Onsgard/22nd Century Media
From Hawaiian shrimp trucks to Japanese street food, Dancing Marlin’s menu is a curated conglomeration of owner Ed Nemec’s culinary experiences.
It is enough to warrant a running list of his ideas, culled from memorable meals and food trends.
Lockport Township graduate Bob Carr (middle) presents a $1 million check Nov. 29 to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on behalf of the Give Something Back Foundation. Photos submitted
December 6, 2016By Ryan Esguerra, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
Attendees of the Hadley Middle School fifth-grade chorus concert Thursday, Dec. 1, in Homer Glen were in for a treat to start their holiday season.
What started as a traditional chorus concert quickly turned into an energetic showing of holiday spirit. Diane Pullara, director of choirs at Homer 33C, has been with the district for 23 years. During that time, she has directed dozens of performances.
Lockport’s Anthony Molten works to pin his Bolingbrook counterpart during a Dec. 1 dual meet at Bolingbrook High School. Photos by Erin Redmond/22nd Century Media
Malik Daghash did not enter the season expecting to start, but the Lockport wrestler continues to cement his place in the lineup. He pinned his opponent just 39 seconds into his match on Dec. 1, helping the Porters to a 54-19 win over the Raiders in Bolingbrook.
The location of Marley Candles is somewhat complicated. It has a Mokena address and New Lenox phone number.
What is not complicated is what Marley Candles does now and has done since its inception in 1962: make candles.
Determination and patience have paid off for Hadley Middle School students and staff.
The Hadley Student Council officially opened the school’s Reading Gazebo Nov. 28 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. It took nearly four years to complete the project.