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New Amazon facility in Illinois to bring 1,000 jobs to state
New Amazon facility in Illinois to bring 1,000 jobs to state
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Double up: Rao, Harvey give Stevenson another state doubles title
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Four true stories, and one made up, at Long Grove Ghost Walk
The Big Questions: Tom Dreesen on Sinatra, comedy and profanity
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Four true stories, and one made up, at Long Grove Ghost Walk Entertainment
Four true stories, and one made up, at Long Grove Ghost Walk
“People think about Long Grove history as all these farmers doing happy stuff…and a lot of it is…” But on Friday night, 156 visitors to the Long Grove Historical Society’s second-annual Ghost Walk learned about other aspects of the town’s story, including the crazed tree-stump bomber and the double-murderer. They even learned some stuff that did not really happen.
Oct. 27 1:09 p.m. |
The Big Questions: Tom Dreesen on Sinatra, comedy and profanity Arts & Entertainment
The Big Questions: Tom Dreesen on Sinatra, comedy and profanity
Comedian Tom Dreesen has seen it all. In the 1960s, the Harvey native pioneered the first interracial stand-up comedian team with Tim Reid (best known for his later role as Venus Flytrap on “WKRP in Cincinnati”). In the 1970s, he helped lead the strike against Mitzi Shore's iconic Comedy Store. Dressen also appeared on the “Tonight Show” 61 times and served as Frank Sinatra’s opening act for 14 years.
Oct. 27 noon |
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