I read with interest the article in Wednesday Journal's "Inside Report" concerning GOP candidate Jim Rowe's comments regarding Senator Don Harmon ("Candidate challenges 'Illinois Axis of Evil,'" Aug. 17).
I am writing in response to the review appearing in the Aug. 3 edition of your paper regarding March of the Penguins ("Check out the chocolate, save the penguins"). I saw this movie with my daughter and her four children. My daughter and I loved it; the children liked it.
Gabriele Pietsch, 56, artist and health care professional Harold Nordhaus, 92, Euclid Methodist Church treasurer Lawrence Sussman, 63, Professor, clinical psychologist Helen Zimbrakos, 68, Avid gardener and cook Harold Oehlerking, 84, Won Silver Star in WWII
Reading about the array of local specialty food stores in Jonathan Schuler's story, "Eating It Up," in last week's Wednesday Journal once again made me realize just how appealing it is for a chef to live in this fashionable, quality-minded community.
Oak Parker Martha Rohlfing didn't grow up playing with dolls, but she's making up for lost time. Rohlfing began knitting dolls a few years ago, and her creations evolved into works of art. They're just now available at the Illinois Artisans Shop in Chicago's James R. Thompson Center.
A recent trip to China opened the eyes of many Dominican University students and Oak Park and River Forest residents, forever changing their preconceptions. A group of 18 business school graduate students and professors went to China for a week in late May, and the next week a group of political science professors and students followed for an additional seven days. A few of the original group joined the second group and enjoyed two weeks in China.