Little Mia and her mom, Amy, will be shopping the weekend away at Trends of Oak Park ($5 sale anyone?) and the Parenthesis Children's Consignment Sale (who doesn't love a bargain?). You can shop too! Don't miss the sales this weekend!
Edible Chicago is a quarterly magazine published and co-edited by Oak Parkers Ann Flood and Rebecca “R.J.” Liscum. This magazine –“The Story of Local Food, Season by Season” – is a beautifully produced collection of a dozen or so well-conceived and –written articles.
On Tuesday, October 4th at 7 p.m., Magic Tree Bookstore has the honor of welcoming a uniquely gifted artist, Brian Selznick, winner of the 2008 Caldecott Medal and author of The Incredible Hugo Cabret and his new release, Wonderstruck.
Every month, Lydia Burns of Marion Street Cheese Market introduces me to a favorite cheese. This month, it’s Red Twig Tomme, a small mound of goat’s milk cheese from West Cornwall, Vermont. It’s made at Twig Farm, a small farmstead that grazes the goats, gets the milk and makes the cheese, all on site.
Attention Oak Park and River Forest students currently enrolled in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade! IM.P.A.C.T has rolled out a spectacular art contest, providing middle schoolers a creative opportunity to express their views about the dangers of substance use and addiction by designing original artwork.
Meat is the main attraction on most American plates, and many of us feel almost as though we haven’t eaten if there isn’t a slice of animal protein in front of us. Munch, one of Oak Park’s newest restaurants, faces the challenge of satisfying the diner without resorting to serving a piece of meat.