• Pictured is Yesterday’s Pot Roast Sandwich ($7) from Cuzin’s in Tinley Park. Michael Gilbert/22nd Century Media

    Cuzin’s classes up bar food

    October 23, 2014 By Michael Gilbert, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    “A friendly neighborhood bar serving Chicago Southside pizza and bar food with a twist!”

  • Lockport Township quarterback Jeremy Quade (left) hands the ball off to Cam Credit Friday, Oct. 17, during the Porters’ 68-21 loss at Homewood-Flossmoor. Credit gained 151 yards rushing in the game. Dennis D. Jacobs/22nd Century Media

    Speedy Vikings zip past Porters

    October 20, 2014 By Dennis D. Jacobs, Contributing Editor Sports, High School

    On its first possession of the game, Lockport Township put together a 15-play drive that used up more than half the first quarter, but came away with no points.

  • Richie Warfield (left) celebrates a touchdown with Mike Beller on Friday, Oct. 17, at the Celtics’ homecoming game against Brother Rice. David Krugley/22nd Century Media

    Providence edges Brother Rice in ‘wild one’

    October 20, 2014 By Chris Walker, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    Just a couple minutes after the national anthem, Providence Catholic’s Richie Warfield took the opening kickoff for a 94-yard touchdown Friday, Oct.

  • Megan Consigny (left) and Jolie Achille run in the Luther J. Schilling Shuffle on Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Homer Glen school. Sue O’Malley/22nd Century Media

    Schilling walk-a-thon returns in ‘wild’ fashion

    October 20, 2014 By Jessica Cilella, Staff Writer News, School

    Children laughed and ran; parents and teachers enjoyed each other’s company;and wild animals provided entertainment for all at the Schilling Shuffle Saturday, Oct.

  • Sledge, the alter ego of Midnight Terror Haunted House owner Justin Cerniuk, is one of over 30 costumed actors eager to greet visitors at the attraction which Homer Glen resident Mark Krupa helped create. Photos submitted

    Homer resident helps bring terror to Oak Lawn

    October 22, 2014 By Tim Hadac, Staff Writer News

    Homer Glen resident Mark Krupa always enjoyed a good, scary haunted house and all the good-natured creepiness that goes with Halloween.