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Highwood festival allows artists last opportunity to sell work

October 4, 2018 by Daniel I. Dorfman, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, The Arts

Highland Park jewelry maker Lynn Tatar stated a simple goal on why she was selling her bracelets and necklaces in her in initial appearance at the Highwood Starving Artists Show.

“I’d like to go home with nothing,” she...

‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actress to return to North Shore, headline fundraiser

by Erin Yarnall, Editor Life & Arts, The Arts

Actress Rachel Brosnahan is making a marvelous return to her hometown of Highland Park Friday, Oct. 19, to headline a fundraiser to support The Actors Training Center (ATC) in Wilmette.

The event will include a...

Highland Park Players debut production of ‘On the Town’

by Erin Yarnall, Editor Life & Arts, The Arts

“On the Town” is a difficult musical to perform, according to the cast of the Highland Park Players production of it — but the community theater group is up for the challenge.

The Highland Park Players are debuting...

50 Cent makes his Ravinia debut

by Megan Bernard, Assistant Managing Editor Life & Arts, The Arts

Rap fans got their night Thursday, Sept. 6, at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park when 50 Cent made his North Shore debut.

Ed Lover, 104.3 Jams morning show host, hyped concertgoers before Curtis Jackson, or 50 Cent,...