Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Police frontman joins the Grammy winning singer-songwriter in an increasingly notable list of big name performers heading to this Highland Park music festival in 2013.
Ravinia Festival is slowly but surely assembling another impressive line-up for its 2013 summer season, and they're finally starting to share who's coming. Singer/songwriter Jewel will be performing on Sunday, June 16. The Grammy winner is best known for her best-selling album Pieces of You and has sold over 27 million albums. Which is to say, grab your tickets fast. Sting will perform his biggest hits with a five-piece band on June 7 and 8 at Ravinia Festival. The former frontman for The Police will play his best in a stripped down performance that has been gettin rave reviews all over the world. Tickets for both shows go on sale April 25. Who are you hoping to see at Ravinia this summer?
Monday, February 27, 2012
What's your favorite spot to pick up the Purim pastry?
Editor’s note—This story starts a Patch weekly series about the “best of” in Highland Park. Today we begin with a holiday food. Over the course of the program will gauge reader choices of many topics. We hope you participate in each one. With the Jewish holiday of Purim starting at sundown March 7, Hamantaschen—the traditional triangular pastry associated with the celebration—are making their way into stores around Highland Park. Since both those celebrating Purim and those who just want to try Hamantaschen will be stocking up, we've decided to use an unofficial poll to determine the best ones in Highland Park. Jewel has already been selling two packaged varieties, Oberlander and Z Best. The packages contain an assortment of flavors …
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Wednesday Feb. 2.
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