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Life & Arts

Glencoe Park District to debut performance of ‘Frozen Jr.’
Local students with special needs participate in performance of ‘The Music Man Jr.’
Green Bay Trail celebrates a year of growth
Faith Briefs: Altar Flowers, more
Library enters 110th year of service to Glencoe
Options for Mexican food can be found everywhere on North Shore
Glencoe Historical Society takes pride in 150 years of progress
The Scene: Where you want to be seen Dec. 26-Jan. 1
Faith Briefs: “Almost Daily” Minyan, more
Dining Out: Whiskey River-Potato Creek Johnny’s still serves up same hometown feel
Wilmette’s Gray travels world playing, studying cello
Sounds of winter
Quick Bites: North Shore holiday offerings prove to be in mint condition
Hanukkah concert entertains dozens
Faith briefs: Alateen Meeting, Around Our Table, more
Glencoe resident debuts photography exhibit at Vivid Art Gallery
Dining Out: Curt’s Cafe provides opportunities for at-risk young adults
Faith briefs: 2nd-5th Grade Youth Event, more
New Trier thespians put own spin on ‘The Wedding Singer’
Folk band drummer pays tribute to North Shore roots
Artists to learn festival tips and tricks at upcoming Boot Camp
Faith Briefs: North Shore Alateen Meeting, more
Dining Out: Northbrook’s Eataco quickly becoming new downtown favorite
Cardinal Cupich, Holocaust survivor explore hate speech during Loyola Academy visit
Homegrown talent highlighted at Highland Park library’s Local Author Festival