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Archive 2012

By Kerrie Kennedy

Talk about getting a big break at a young age.  Hinsdale resident Dylan Sengpiel, age 12, is set to perform in the Joffrey Ballet’s world premiere of “Christopher Wheeldon’s Nutcracker” at the Auditorium Theater, dancing as Franz [Fritz], a coveted role formerly played solely by company dancers.>

By Mike Ellis

The Hinsdale Junior Woman's Club (HJWC) will host its annual benefit, "Amore," at Salvage One in Chicago on Feb. 4, supporting HCS Family Services, its beneficiary for the next two club years>

By Mike Ellis

The journey was supposed to be easy.--That's right, according to many baseball experts, the Chicago Cubs--a franchise that had amassed the longest championship drought in the history of American professional team sports--were supposed to have a relatively comfortable path to the World Series in 2016.>



By Mike Ellis

Most Chicago Cubs fans will not have seen their team play in the World Series at Wrigley Field until tomorrow night, but at least one man from Clarendon Hills has.>


By Mike Ellis

The 2016-17 Hinsdale Central boys basketball season is underway, and although some faces have changed, the system developed by head coach Nick Latorre is continuing intact.>

Hinsdale Humane Society Halloween Ball

About 300 area residents showed off a myriad of creative costumes at the second annual Howl-o-ween Ball to benefit the Hinsdale Humane Society (HHS) at Room & Board in Oak Brook on Oct. 29. The event, restyled the Howl-o-ween Ball after being known as the Black Cat Ball last year, was also relocated to a new venue at the Oak Brook furniture store, which created a unique setting, as guests danced and socialized amidst upscale beds and couches.>


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