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OAK PARK — In her “first career,” Roz Byrne thoroughly enjoyed her job as an on-air, rock ‘n’ roll radio personality, interviewing superstars such as Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant.
These days, Byrne is enjoying her “third and final career,” planting people in new …
OAK PARK — When artist Chris Ware decided to use Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, the Arthur Heurtley House, for a poster he designed to benefit the Oak Park River Forest Historical Society, he picked that particular home for a few reasons.
“I chose the Heurtley …
OAK PARK — Since opening about 18 years ago, Marion Street Grille consistently has been honored with the Oak Park Department of Public Health and Board of Health’s Johnson Restaurant Award for its food sanitation efforts.
OAK PARK — Tea lovers, rejoice. With Serenitea, a new business opened at 1046 Pleasant St., Oak Park has gained a full-service tea shop. Non-tea lovers also have reason to check it out, as Serenitea will offer a range of special events for all ages.
OAK PARK — In the long run, what does one want to be known for? Oak Park resident Matt Pakulski, a self-proclaimed “record geek,” decided it wasn’t search engine technology, his current field. It was records. Thus, FPE Records (“For Practically Everyone”), was born.
OAK PARK — When Traci Udofia decided to open her newly-remodeled kitchen up to the public for Saturday’s Parenthesis Kitchen Walk, she had no qualms about letting some 800 people traipse through her home.
“It’s a good cause,” said Udofia, who lives on the 1100 …
The public is invited to an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at the Oak Park Arms Retirement Community, 408 S. Oak Park Ave.
For the first time at the Arms, a Chili Cook-Off will take place at …
OAK PARK Spring has now sprung and for me, that means it’s time to get out of the winter doldrums by popping some color into my world. I recently took advantage of the free quart of interior, flat enamel paint being given out by Clark …
OAK PARK — Shaping empanadas as a child helped shape the career of Oak Park restaurateur Cristiane Pereira. Pereira, who owns Taste of Brasil Cafe, 906 S. Oak Park Ave., with her husband, is one of 17 finalists to be the new host of “Check, Please!,” the WTTW-Channel 11 restaurant review show.
OAK PARK — As the nature of business success evolves, so does the Oak Park Development Corporation. The nonprofit economic development agency, established in 1974, is charting new ways to attract and retain thriving businesses and entrepreneurs.