I grew into middle age in Oak Park supposing that in significant ways my hometown had peaked. I'd sit at the stoplight at Ridgeland and South Boulevard idly looking at the decrepit storefront that had housed a string of grills I'd never even think of eating in. Later when it became an ethnic clothing store, I'd think, shabby, but at least it isn't a grill.
The Oak Park Area Lesbian and Gay Association (OPALGA) hopes to move into a Garfield Street storefront location by the end of the month in order to make more room for programming and to improve its visibility in the community.
A teleconference meeting of the Cicero Township Trustees of Schools to discuss sale of a surety bond was rescheduled for today after two of three board members could not be located in time for a Monday afternoon meeting.