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Do you have Hurry Sickness?

By Kelsey Romanoff, LCPC Clinical Director and Psychotherapist at Naperville Wellness and Counseling Hurry Sickness is a prolonged sense of urgency. We are pressed for...

Diwali – Lighting up Naperville through Sewa

Sewa is a Sanskrit word that describes the act of selfless service. And Selfless service is one of the main concepts in Sanatana Dharma popularly...

Founded on volunteerism, Naperville Art League remains strong 60 years later

NAL Report, by Linda VanderKolk Many Naperville area residents remember taking classes, attending art auctions, visiting the Riverwalk Fine Art Fair, and enjoying original art...

Benedictine forum explores survival, resiliency in face of Syrian revolution

More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives since anti-government protests escalated into a full-scale civil war five years ago. More than 11 million...

Summer Place Theatre kicks off 50th Anniversary season with Jesus Christ Superstar

The Summer Place, Inc. has been Naperville's community theatre since 1966. When founder Don "Doc" Shanower was Dean of Theatre at North Central College, he...

Naperville Sound Stage is Set for June 25

On June 25, Center Stage Theater and Solemn Oath Brewery are bringing Chicago bands to Naperville. Naperville Sound Stage will feature three Main Stage bands...

Farmers Market at St. John’s Opens June 8

Naperville’s midweek farmers market makes summer shopping a fun, family event. After four years, the Farmers Market at St. John’s Episcopal Church has become more...

Benedictine Marks Installation of 11th President

Michael S. Brophy, Ph.D., M.F.A., was officially recognized as the 11th president of Benedictine University during a ceremony on Friday commemorating his installation as...

Cub Scout Pack 887 Does Community Service at Feed My Starving Children

The Cub Scouts from Pack 887 out of Spring Brook Elementary School learned all about community service and helping others by packing food at...

Noted scientist, WGN’s Skilling to Address Climate Change at Benedictine

Longer heat waves. Rising sea levels. Stronger hurricanes. More intense droughts. An ice-free summer in the Arctic Ocean by 2050. That’s what future generations can...

Benedictine University professor’s egg research hatches new discoveries on environmental change

Eggs. We eat them, decorate them and collect them. But what if we could use eggs to go “back to the future” and find out...

NIU Law Professor Takes Copyright Law ‘Outside the Box’

DEKALB – Naperville resident and Northern Illinois University College of Law Associate Professor Yolanda M. King participated as a panelist at a highly regarded copyright...

Something’s Cooking One More Time at Soup’s On

Rotary cooks up a recipe for success to help the hungry and homeless in DuPage County... The Rotary Club of Naperville will sponsor The Farewell...

Art League Presents Fiber Art Divas

by Linda VanderKolk, Naperville Art League A recent issue of Wall Street Journal included an article pointing out the next wave of art collectibles is...

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