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Four-year-old Bode Kozerski during Saturday morning's Easter egg hunt at the Burr Ridge Community Center. | Brian O'Mahoney/For Sun-Times Media

Burr Ridge egg hunt ends with 'Honey with the Bunny'

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Burr Ridge area residents participate in the 2014 Boston Marathon

Boston hosts runners and spectators for the 2014 Boston Marathon, which marks the one-year anniversary of the bombings.

World War II veteran Stanley Horonzy congratulates Honor Flight Chicago coordinator Tracey Rouso of LaGrange Park for her Unsung Heroine Award April 17 in La Grange. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media

LaGrange Park Honor Flight coordinator receives Unsung Heroine Award

A moving epilogue has been added to the memoirs of more than 4,600 World War II veterans, thanks to the efforts of LaGrange Park volunteer Tracey Rouso.

Smashing Pumpkins founder Billy Corgan regularly performs and mixes with fans at his tea shop, Madame ZuZu's, in Highland Park. | Tim Boyle/For Sun-Times Media

Billy Corgan talks new music, new book and PAWS

Smashing Pumpkins founder Billy Corgan is a busy man. Not only is he recording two new Pumpkins records, but he’s also a quarter of the way through a sprawling spiritual memoir...

<p>"Dancing with the Stars" file photo | AP</p>

Lyons' Annie Barrett resurfaces at Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter

She's writing her recaps of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" again.

Andy White (Charles Darwin) and Rebecca Spence (Emma Darwin) in Lookingglass Theatre's "In the Garden: A Darwinian Love Story."

Spotlight: What people in the arts are up to

Here’s a look at the latest news on local authors, actors, artists, musicians and more.

“Downstream” by Charles Klingsporn

La Grange photo show documents America’s vanishing West

Photographer Charles Klingsporn says he’s felt a strong affinity for the American West ever since his family took a road trip to the region when he was a teenager and he saw...

Nick Leahy, a Hinsdale Central senior, who has done theater work and painting,  says fashion design gives him at outlet to both create art and entertain.| Kimberly Fornek/Sun-Times Media  April 11, 2014

Hinsdale Central senior showcases fashion designs

Nick Leahy, 18, of Clarendon Hills will showcase his fashions, which he calls “wearable art,” at a fashion show April 25 in the Hinsdale Community House.

The Rev. Kate Spelman shows  the cushion for a service dog assisting a member of All Saints Episcopal Church on Sundays in Western Springs. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media

First woman and youngest priest heads Western Springs church

The Rev. Kate Spelman is the youngest priest and the first woman to serve as rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Western Springs.

<p>Dick Jacoby | Submitted, Theatre of Western Springs</p>

Theatre of Western Springs Reflections: Dick Jacoby

This week, we meet Willowbrook's Dick Jacoby who joined the Theatre back in 1970. He's here, in this special edition, to share his reflections on the last 42 years at TWS.

<p>"See Farmall history up close at Burr Ridge Park District Harvester Park. A real Farmall and a snapshot history of it and Burr Ridge are a pleasant surprise in a natural and playful setting." | Submitted (Flagg Creek Heritage Society)</p>

Mythbusting local Burr Ridge history: The Famous Farmall, inventing an icon in plain sight

This week, we bring you the first part of a two part series on how the Farmall tractor changed our town, and the country.

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