The Salt Creek Ballet has been cultivating holiday traditions for families and performance-art aficionados through its annual rendition of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Now, with a new board of directors taking centerstage, the ballet school is looking forward to a fresh approach in continuing to amplify the school’s achievement of being a top-tier performance ballet company.
Earlier this year, Lake Barrington welcomed Sharon Peterson as the new village administrator, and the future of the village continues to shine bright with her at the helm. Since May, Peterson graciously stepped into the role previously held by Karen Daulton Lange, who for the last six years made an influential and indelible mark on
Technology in healthcare and engineering is ever evolving, advancing in ways that are faster than people can keep up with. As artificial intelligence makes its way into the lives of everyday citizens, now it’s imperative more than ever that no one gets left behind. Since the 1940s, the percentage of Black American male doctors in
Patricija Ivanauskaite may have grown up in Hinsdale, but she is destined to take her talent and smarts way beyond this small town. The 5’8”, Lithuanian, young stunner has a world of opportunities that await her—and she’s hoping to add even more accolades to her already decorated trophy case. For starters, the Hinsdale Central alum
The village of Hinsdale is celebrating 150 years and what better way to continue the festivities than with the annual Kitchen Walk hosted by the Hinsdale Historical Society’s Women’s Board? A tradition in its own right, Kitchen Walk is in its 18th year and is bringing in new elements to mark this special anniversary. The
Cynthia McCullough has been captivated by interiors for as long as she can remember. Whether moving furniture around her pink gingham childhood bedroom, scouring antique stores, visiting historical societies, or fixating on the miniature floor plans through the windows of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Thorne Rooms, she has spent life firmly immersed in the