They packed the place Thursday night at The Children's Clinic over on Lake Street. There were two reasons for the first open house in seven years at the medical clinic sponsored by the OPRF Infant Welfare Society. The first was to show off the newly renovated space. The second was to start replenishing the funds the group had just spent on the spruce up.
And speaking of famous Oak Parkers, Peter Sagal, host of the popular NPR current events show, Wait, Wait … Don't Tell Me, is also an avid long-distance runner who also writes a running column ("Roads Scholar") for Runner's World magazine. In his April 16 column, he talks about running his slowest marathon ever.
At Monday's meeting of the Oak Park village board the topic was changing the village's liquor ordinance to avoid a conflict with incoming President-elect Anan Abu-Taleb whose family holds an Oak Park liquor license for its Maya del Sol restaurant.