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Nick Marasco, The Farm

“The Farm” Brings Urban Gardening, Young Farmers to Aurora

Nick Marasco is admittedly passionate about the environment. Marasco, of Yorkville, recently took the first group of Triple Threat Mentoring student volunteers on a tour of The Farm, the non profit’s indoor urban garden in Aurora. Marasco taught environmental and physical science...

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Breaking News: Susan May Moody and Joe Romano to Wed this Summer

Stop the presses! Our favorite unofficial paparazzi, Susan May Moody, is engaged to the handsome Joe “blue eyes” Romano. The two announced their engagement to close friends and family over the weekend. Susan is known for her creative street photography as well...

Issue 22 features The ArtBar. Cover by Desiree Franklin.

The ArtBar Issue No. 22 Now Online

Issue 22 features The ArtBar, cover by Desiree Franklin, art by Amy Murphy, Ian Little, Jason DeLancey, and more. Along with a comic by Don Picton of Friend Prices and a recipe by Kate Purl of The Reluctant Hippie. Pick up an...

Opening reception is April 8 for "Phase II" at Water Street Studios in Batavia.

“Phase II” Opens at Water Street Studios

Water Street Studios Main Gallery brings the work of established Chicago and Batavia artists Steve Sherrell and Richard DeVeau together in an exhibition titled: “Phase II,” opening April 8 and continuing until May 7, 2016. Sherrell, a seasoned Chicago artist and Professor...

One Paragraph Review: “West Side Story” at Paramount Theatre

Love and hope. Tony and Maria. The Sharks and the Jets. “West Side Story” throws the audience into a world of dichotomies and opens up a conversation about basic human emotions conflicting with societal constructs. Director Jim Corti questions whether the 1950s...

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