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LTHS students play challenging roles during fall production

November 12, 2019 by Abhinanda Datta, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

Hundreds of women had flocked to work in clock factories during World War I, painting watch dials with glowing radium paint. But after their shifts, they experienced horrifying side effects and that started a monumental fight for...

Quick Bites: A new age of hospitality innovation

by Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out

As the coronavirus pandemic is impacting people around the globe — claiming lives and entirely changing the way others live — no businesses have been truly immune to its far-reaching, wide-scale disruptive power.

With statewide dine-in...

The Dish: Chesdan’s remains operational with curbside pickup, delivery during pandemic

by Thomas Czaja, Contributing Editor  Life & Arts, Dining Out

With several modifications, a Homer Glen business, like many others, is ready to keep filling orders for the cuisine patrons want during a global pandemic.

Chesdan’s Pizzeria & Grille in Homer Glen has had carryout...

TAGOL spring exhibition opens to small crowds amid coronavirus fears

by Jesse Wright, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, The Arts

On March 14,  the Flower of Life Art Gallery in Lockport opened its doors to “Yellow”, the latest exhibition from The Artist Guild of Lockport.

Artists and art fans turned out for the exhibition, despite a late...