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ilmette residents will be heading to the ballots in April to vote for three new village trustees in a contested election. Four candidates — Kathy Dodd, Joel Kurzman, Steven Leonard, and Reinhard Schneider — are running for three open trustee positions. Bob Bielinski is running unopposed seeking a second fouryear term as village president. The three trustee seats opened up after trustees Ted McKenna and Cameron Krueger decided to retire. Carol Ducommun is leaving her position as trustee to return to the New Trier Township High School Board 203, where she previously held a seat. So who are the candidates for trustee and why are they seeking to serve the community? DailyNorthShore asked each of the candidates Continued on PG 12

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f life is a song, Dennis Miller jokes that his could be Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere.” On March 23, “everywhere” expands to include Waukegan, where he will perform at the Genesee Theatre. Emmy-winner Miller takes the stage less than 100 days into Donald Trump’s presidency, but lest anyone think that his current stand-up solo tour (he also performs gigs partnered with Bill O’Reilly, host of the top-rated The O’Reilly Factor) is some kind of victory lap, the 63-year-old comedian points out, “I’ve never said in public who I’ve voted for. Many, many times I’ve said that they could have had a ballot that

simply said ‘Hillary/Not Hillary’ and I would have voted ‘Not Hillary.’ But I’ll make jokes about Trump, Ryan, Biden, Hillary, anybody on either side. They all look like the town elders from Footloose to me.” Clearly, Miller is enjoying watching members of not only the left, but also conservatives as they fret and squirm while Trump “flips the table,” as he observed in one of his postelection “Miller Time” segments on The O’Reilly Factor. “I’m conservative on many things, and more liberal on a lot of other things,” Miller explained. For example, he says he supports gay marriage and a woman’s right to choose. However, he adds, “I don’t trust radical Islam and I’d like to keep half my money.” Miller is a topical comedian; like Law & Order, his material is often ripped from the day’s headlines. It’s a skill he honed as the “Weekend Update” anchor on Saturday Night Live from 1985-1991. Of the 17 cast members who have held that prime comedic real estate, including Chevy Chase, Bill Continued on PG 12 Dennis Miller will be making people laugh locally on March 23. PHOTO COURTESY OF DENNIS MILLER

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[ NEWS ] 12 DENNIS MILLER TIME Comedian brings hisstand-up show to Genesee Theatre.

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12 MEET THE CANDIDATES Wilmette residents will be heading to the ballots in April to vote for three new village trustees in a contested election. [LIFESTYLE & ARTS ] 16 NORTH SHORE FOODIE

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NEWS CANDIDATES Cont. from PG 1 to answer a few questions about who they are and where they stand on relevant issues. Here they are, in alphabetical order: Kathy Dodd DNS: Please explain who you are, e.g., how long you’ve lived in Wilmette, your interests, and involvement in the community. KD: I’m Kathy Dodd and I have lived in Wilmette for 23 years. I enjoy playing tennis and paddle tennis, walking my dogs and spending time with my family.  I have been an active member of our community including serving on the Village Business Development Advisory Group. DNS: Why did you decide to run for trustee and what do you hope to accomplish? KD: I love Wilmette and the people and that’s why I’m running. If elected my top priority will be to keep Wilmette a great place to live, raise a family and own a business. My key goals include demonstrating financial restraint in all village operations, maintaining the village’s unique character and addressing the aging infrastructure of our sewer/ roads. MILLER TIME Cont. from PG 1 Murray, Norm MacDonald, Tina Fey and Seth Meyers, New York Magazine ranked Miller the best of them all. How “best” was he? Just on his “Update” segments alone, his 10minutes a week (he was rarely in sketches) were enough for Rolling Stone magazine in 2015 to rank him the 34th greatest cast member (out of a then-145) in the show’s more than 40-year history. These days, SNL has seen a boost in ratings as it relentlessly satirizes, spoofs and pillories the new president and his team, from Alec Baldwin’s recurring Donald Trump incarnation to Melissa McCarthy’s unhinged turns as press secretary Sean Spicer. Miller, a fixture on Fox News, does not imagine he will be invited to guest host SNL any time soon; nor would he want to. “I don’t watch SNL anymore,” he said. “There is no rancor there. I’m just in my 60s. It’s a younger person’s show. It’s the best time I ever had in show biz and Lorne (Michaels) was the best boss I ever had. I was invited to the 40th anniversary (celebration), but I didn’t go. It was of the past. I like to have my memories.

DNS: What is your position on the stormwater proposal? KD: The storm water proposal is one of most important issues deserving the board’s attention. I feel the board needs to take action on this issue in a thoughtful and cost effective manner. DNS: In addition to stormwater, what do you view as the most important issue Wilmette faces? KD: Other key issues facing the village include the deterioration of our roads and alleys and the State Budget crisis.

are, e.g., how long you’ve lived in Wilmette, your interests, and involvement in the community. RS: My family and I have lived in Wilmette for 36 years. Our two children attended Wilmette schools as well as New Trier. DNS: Why did you decide to run for trustee and what do you hope to accomplish? RS: I decided to be a candidate for Trustee because I believe with my background and experience I can help guide the Village through difficult decisions over the next few years. I have served the Village in various capacities:  eight years on the Plan Commission, the last four as chair; as a member of the Business Development Advisory Group; briefly on the Transportation Commission; and for the past three years on the Zoning Board of Appeals. My professional background includes experience as an architect, as chief financial officer, and in commercial real estate finance. I am a graduate of the University of Illinois with graduate degrees from M.I.T. DNS: What is your position on the stormwater proposal? RS: The West Wilmette relief storm sewer proposal, as now conceived, will be a massive and expensive undertaking, possibly

the most significant capital project in the village’s history. DNS: In addition to stormwater, what do you view as the most important issue Wilmette faces? RS: Important issues that the Board will need to deal with in the near term are:

observes. “You ever come upon a “Think of the comedians who “Brian Regan, who I think is raccoon at the trash bin at 3 a.m.? (make you laugh) so hard that (currently) the best comedian in They look that angry; they’re easy your solar plexus hurts,” he said. the world, and Sebastian to poke fun at.” If this attitude has gotten Miller ostracized in Hollywood, he would consider that “an internal red badge of courage,” he says defiantly. “If you make it into your 60s and you still wonder what people think of you, I don’t think you’ve lived an examined life. My energy is spent being a great husband, a good father to two boys and being civil to the people who brush up against me in the first concentric circle of my life.” As for his stand-up shows, he has noticed a tonal shift since the election. “(It’s like) the old movies about the 1910s and 1920s when somebody gives a speech the crowd finds to their liking, they’ll say, ‘Huzzah.’ There —Dennis Miller are more ‘huzzahs’ from the crowds,” and then clarifies, “figuUnlike the more combative ratively, not literally.” Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Not that Miller makes speechSamantha Bee, Seth Meyers, and es or is out to affect people’s atThe Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, titudes on issues. He is a comeMiller has taken more of a wait- dian, and what he calls “the prime and-see stance regarding the directive” is to make people president, and he reserves some laugh, which, he emphasizes, is of his sharpest jabs for those on challenging enough without the left. adding in the whole changing “They seem very angry,” Miller people’s minds thing.

Maniscalco. I watch everything they do and at the end, my eyes are literally teared-up.”

Joel Kurzman DNS: Please explain who you are, e.g., how long you’ve lived in Wilmette, your interests, and involvement in the community. JK: I’ve lived in Wilmette for 12 years with my wife, Allison, and my two children. I’ve attended many Board meetings and budget planning sessions over the years as a resident, so I’m prepared to hit the ground running. DNS: Why did you decide to run for trustee and what do you hope to accomplish? JK: I am fortunate to have my family life and career on solid footing such that I could consider giving back to the

If you make it into your 60s and you still wonder what people think of you, I don’t think you’ve lived an examined life.

community. I want to collaborate with returning Trustee priorities, while also adding new energy and ideas from my Stewardship campaign. DNS: What is your position on the stormwater proposal? JK: Although I propose creative financing to reduce cost for residents, I support the stormwater plan in concept because it’s the only plan that provides 10-year storm protection to all Wilmette. DNS: In addition to stormwater, what do you view as the most important issue Wilmette faces? JK: My Stewardship campaign addresses pedestrian and vehicular safety, Village transparency and accountability, intergovernmental cooperation, and storm water. More information is available on these issues at www.joelforwilmette.com. Steve Leonard DNS: Please explain who you are, e.g., how long you’ve lived in Wilmette, your interests, and involvement in the community. SL: As a 30-year resident of Wilmette I am very excited to have the opportunity to serve as Village Trustee if elected.  My wife and I have raised two beautiful children in Wilmette and

have been very pleased with its schools, recreational facilities and commercial offerings. DNS: Why did you decide to run for trustee and what do you hope to accomplish? SL: Given my background in commercial real estate, I can offer a unique perspective to the Board allowing it to maximize our commercial spaces, and hopefully make better quality land use and economic decisions. DNS: What is your position on the stormwater proposal? SL: Stormwater is an ongoing problem in Wilmette requiring an efficient, affordable solution.  Thoughtful, thorough analysis will be required prior to committing any long term funds. DNS: In addition to stormwater, what do you view as the most important issue Wilmette faces? SL: Our commercial spaces are also very important to me. The Central Business District has improved greatly. My background will help to manage that growth attracting the best possible tenants to the Village. Improving the 4th and Linden and Ridge corridors will also be a high priority for my time as trustee. Reinhard Schneider DNS: Please explain who you

• Decision on the West Wilmette storm water irrigation proposal. • Allocating sufficient funds to maintain village infrastructure (roads, sewer, etc.) in good condition while minimizing fee and tax increases • Decision on the affordable housing project planned on Wilmette Road. • Decision regarding Loyola parking expansion and enrollments capacity. The Board will need members that have technical and financial experience to evaluate such complex issues and projects. I appreciate the support and endorsement of: • Chris Canning – former Village President • Nancy Canafax – former Village President • Heidi Vorhees – former Village Manager


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aguar North America recently announced the recipients of the 2017 Pride of Jaguar Retailer Excellence award. Imperial Motors Jaguar of Lake Bluff is among the select group of Jaguar retailers to be recognized with this prestigious award. “Imperial Motors Jaguar of Lake Bluff is extremely honored to accept this distinction,” said Jordan Aron, president. “We are proud of the exceptional and personalized service we provide our customers, ensuring they have an outstanding overall experience with the Jaguar brand.” Pride of Jaguar winners are retailers who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to excellence and the Jaguar brand.

Jordan Aron, president of Imperial Motors Jaguar of Lake Bluff. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

Sixteen top-performing Jaguar retailers are selected annually based upon core business categories including customer advocacy, sales and business excellence. “We are delighted to honor our leading retailers for their outstanding customer service and sales satisfaction which has helped both Jaguar and Land Rover set sales records in the United States,” said Joe Eberhardt, President & CEO, Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC. “We take immense pride in providing our customers

with not only distinctive high quality vehicles, but a truly exceptional and personalized experience.” In 2016, the Jaguar brand outpaced the industry with a 116 percent sales increase, driven by breakout performances of three new models: the F-PACE, XE, and XF. Jaguar has a network of 163 retailers across the U.S. For more information on Imperial Motors Jaguar of Lake Bluff, visit imperialmotorsjaguaroflakebluff.com.

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Distinguished red brick Colonial offers the best of a traditional home combined w/ exceptional updates & maintenance. Slate roof, copper gutters, gorgeous landscape, blue stone walkways & patio set the tone for this fine home. Desirable 1st floor w/ terrific flow includes handsome LR w/ FP, French doors to charming screened in porch, large formal DR, FR with vaulted ceiling & FP, gourmet kitchen, separate BRK room, wet bar, mudroom & powder room complete the first floor. 2nd level includes lovely master suite w/ walk-in closet, 2 additional bedrooms & 2 BA’s plus handsome custom paneled library w/ FP. 3rd level includes 2 bedrooms & full bath. Rec room and ½ BA in LL. 2 car attached garage & underground sprinkling system complete this lovely home.

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Spectacular offering on .6 acres in Wilmette’s Indian Hill Estates & coveted Harper School District. Newer home w/ extensive recent redesign. Desirable open floor plan, well scaled rooms, many exceptional features and a long list of improvements. Highlights include 2 story foyer w/ circular staircase, stunning 2 story great room w/ dramatic 2 story FP, fabulous entertainment sized kitchen w/ new appliances, library w/ FP, sunroom and much more. Private & serene master suite plus 4 additional BR’s and 3.2 additional BA’s. In-ground pool, patio and deck! 10+

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n 2017, Shakou Restaurants is bringing a lot of “new” to an already legendary brand. From a new logo to a new website and a new location, it’s turning out to be a busy year for Shakou. Shakou Restaurants, formerly Shakou Sushi, celebrates its fourth anniversary in March. If you are looking for something to add to your “to do” list, we suggest visiting the “new Shakou” at its original location in Libertyville, which has undergone a complete decor makeover. New cocktails and signature dishes are on the menu there as well as at Shakou’s other locations in Barrington, Park Ridge, and St. Charles. Later this spring, the fifth Shakou will open in Arlington Heights. “With the addition of so many restaurant locations in such a short time and the expansive list of menu items that go so far beyond our sushi bar, we wanted everyone to know that Shakou is so much more than award-winning sushi,” says Shakou Restaurants Co-Owner Aleks Dupor, explaining the name change this year. “The vibe and caliber of cuisine is a huge part of differentiating Shakou from other restaurants,” he adds. The “vibe” Dupor talks about is defined in the restaurants’ name Shakou, which means “social life.” Each restaurant has its own unique vibe with regards to decor and atmosphere, but stays true to the original vision of combining a twist on modern Asian cuisine with that “city in the suburbs” experience. Customers from all walks of life frequent Shakou Restaurants—from families to couples to corporate teams—and they don’t have to travel to and from the city when they want a memorable night out. Though the vibe is electrifying at Shakou Restaurants, it’s the cuisine that keeps patrons coming back again and again, thanks in large part to the talents of Executive Chef Sang Choi. The 15-year career of Choi—a master of innovative Asian cuisine—has taken him through the kitchens at some of the top eateries in Chicagoland, before arriving at Shakou. Dupor calls Choi a “talent unlike any other.” Fan favorites include his 7 Spicy Ahi Appetizer as well as the Chilean Sea Bass and Braised

Short Rib entrees. Some highlights on the new menu include the Berkshire Pork Chop and the Diver Scallop with Jumbo Shrimp entrees. For Chef Choi, the goal is to create a menu that’s focused, appealing to a wide variety of diners without making it so large it’s overwhelming. “In addition to adding new items periodically, I make creative adjustments in some of the current offerings within the seasonings and spices as well as having a little artistic

fun with presentation,” he says. “Even though the menus are consistent across all our locations, I encourage our head sushi chefs to be creative and offer customers dishes that are unique for each location.” In the highly competitive restaurant industry, it can be quite a feat to see year-over-year success for one restaurant, let alone multiple locations, but Shakou Restaurants has set the bar. “We have an amazing team

from the owners to our talented chefs and staff,” says Co-Owner Ed Hartigan. “The team treats all of our guests like they are part of the Shakou family, because that is what we are. The founders have built this from the ground up, and we have known each other since childhood. That sets us apart.” When you have so much going on in one year alone, it’s hard to look ahead, but Co-Owner Adam Garvanian doesn’t see Shakou’s growth slowing anytime

soon. “We definitely see more Shakou Restaurants in our future,” he says, “but are mostly focusing on the exciting changes to come for the brand in 2017 and opening Shakou Arlington Heights this Spring.” In the four years since the first Shakou opened in Libertyville, the Shakou brand has earned numerous accolades like being named in the Top 100 “Hot Spot” Restaurants in America by Open Table and featured in various media outlets such as

ABC 7 and Forbes magazine. But Chef Choi isn’t that concerned about awards or recognition. His focus is on the diners. Whether it’s a first-time visitor to Shakou Restaurants or a repeat customer, Chef Choi only wants one thing: “I hope as they are leaving, they are thinking, ‘What will I order next time?’” Shakou is located at 625 N. Milwaukee Ave.in Libertyville, 224-433-6675. Visit shakourestaurants.com for more information.


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Handsome 3 br, 3 ba lannon stone ranch, appx .5-acre. Light and airy interior. $990,000

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$1,149,000

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$595,000

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OPEN HOUSES

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Buckley Rd

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1. 507 E. Blodgett Ave LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $1,599,000 Pat Carollo, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.951.8817

8. 1052 Inverlieth Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $749,000 Maureen O’Grady-Tuohy, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.845.6444

2. 29703 Rivers Dr LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $475,000 Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-989-0711

9. 307 S. Basswood Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 11-1 $925,000 Tracy Wurster, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.972.2515

3. 195 Lancaster Ct. LAKE BLUFF $974,900 Sunday 2-4pm Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

10. 1052 Inverlieth Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $749,000 Maureen O’Grady-Tuohy, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.845.6444

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4. 354 E. Woodland LAKE BLUFF $989,000 Sunday 2-4pm Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

Bay Rd

5. 400 Arbor Drive LAKE BLUFF $1,299,000 Sunday 12-2:30pm Jean Royster, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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6. 21 S June Terrace LAKE FOREST SUN 12:00-2:00 $519,000 Sondra Douglass, @properties 847.295.0700

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12. 897 Longwood Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $995,000 Tracy Wurster Team, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.997.0730 13. 760 Jennifer Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,346,900 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855 14. 1390 Lawrence Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-3 $1,395,000 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855 15. 990 W. Deerpath LAKE FOREST $749,000 Sunday 1-3 pm Michele Wilson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000 16. 85 Barnswallow LAKE FOREST $795,000 Sunday 1-3pm Donna Mercier, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

Tower Rd

Winnetka

18. 2025 Amberley Ct. LAKE FOREST $949,000 Sunday 1-3pm Michele Wilson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

30. 145 Wildwood Rd LAKE FOREST 12-2pm $799,000 Christopher Yore, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

19. 2035 Amberley Ct. LAKE FOREST $949,000 Sunday 1-3pm Mary Pat Lundgren, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

31. 100 Marion Ave LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $775,000 Proximity Partners, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

20. 274 Vine LAKE FOREST $969,000 Sunday 2-4 Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

32. 198 Wildwood LAKE FOREST $549,000 Sunday 2-4pm Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

21. 531 Buena Road LAKE FOREST SUN 1:00-4:00 $838,000 Carolan/Puszynski, @properties 847.295.0700

33. 1401 W. Deerpath LAKE FOREST $949,900 Sunday 2-4pm Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

22. 1293 S. Wilson Dr LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $875,000 Katherine Hudson, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

34. 2102 St Johns Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $544,900 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

23. 1140 Windhaven Ct LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $1,045,000 Marie Colette, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0816

35. 635 Lincoln Avenue West HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2pm - 4pm $699,000 Jami Brenner & Laura Hara, Baird & Warner 847-338-7555

24. 1454 Willow St LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $549,000 Linda Smith, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

36. 1060 Saxony HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 1-3 $949,000 Margie Brooks, Baird & Warner 847.494.7998

25. 160 Marion Ave LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $599,000 Katherine Hudson, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

37. 94 Leonardwood #103 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:00-3:0o $549,900 Laura Henderson, Baird Warner 708-997-7778

26. 185 Washington Cir LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $949,000 Flor Hasselbring, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0816

38. 1240 Eaton Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $645,000 Debbie Hymen, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.609.5339

28. 630 Academy Woods Dr LAKE FOREST 2:15-4pm $779,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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27. 1190 E Westleigh Rd LAKE FOREST 12-2pm $1,199,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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Willow Rd

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11. 84 Warrington Drive LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $575,000 Dede Banks, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.542.0700

17. 26 E. Louis LAKE FOREST $699,000 Sunday 2-4pm Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

Wilmette

39. 1972 Clavey Road HIGHLAND PARK SUN 11:00-1:00 $775,000 Christina Johnston Cloutier, @properties 847.998.0200 40. 933 Thackeray Dr HIGHLAND PARK SUN 1:00-3:00 $765,000 Kim Kelley, @properties 847.432.0700 41. 1167 Oxford Court HIGHLAND PARK SUN 1:00-3:00 $690,000 Alla Kimbarovsky, @properties 847.432.0700

42. 1082 Lincoln Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $549,000 Carly Jones, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 312-391-3170 43. 354 Leonard Wood Unit 202 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $549,900 Francie Pinkwater, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-3398 44. 2068 Tanglewood Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $645,000 Maxine Goldberg , Mark Goldberg and Carly Jones, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815, 847-254-8800 and 312-391-3170 45. 706 Constance Lane DEERFIELD SUN 2:00-4:00 $569,000 Logli/Adinamis, @properties 847.998.0200 46. 700 Pine DEERFIELD $425,000 Sunday 12-2pm Nirali Dalia, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000 47. 830 Chestnut Street DEERFIELD Sunday 12-2 $529,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 48. 1921 Greenview Road NORTHBROOK SUN 12:00-2:00 $674,900 Anthony Mehrabian, @properties 847.881.0200 49. 1175 lake Cook RD #507 NORTHBROOK Sunday 2:30-4:30 $279,900 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 50. 4 The Court of Lagoon View NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 $439,000 Katie Marx, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-525-6254 51. 2809 Farmington Road NORTHBROOK Sunday 2:30-4 $569,000 Debbie Glickman, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-217-1577 51. 2118 White Oak Drive NORTHBROOK Sunday


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279 Moraine Rd, Highland Park 5 Bedrooms / 5 full and 2 half baths Exclusively Presented by: Margie Brooks, Baird & Warner 847.494.7998 margie.brooks@bairdwarner.com Meticulously restored to its original grandeur, this three story estate on 3/4 of an acre features 5 bedroom 5.2 baths with walk out basement, lushly landscaped backyard and in ground pool. Grand staircase, updated kitchen with eating area, and high end stainless appliances opens to large family room with built ins, walls of windows, and access to patio, balcony, and pool area. First floor office with built ins, elegant formal dining room, and two first floor powder rooms. Enormous master suite with separate sitting room/library plus an oversized closet converted from a bedroom. Lux master bath/spa and private balcony overlooking grounds/pool. Three additional 2nd floor bedrooms, two additional second floor bathrooms as well as a laundry room. 3rd level features enormous bedroom/bathroom and large storage area. Lower level with laundry center, above ground workout room, family room/ office and walk out to pool. 3 car heated garage, walk to town, dog beach park, lake, train, and schools.

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268 Ridge, Winnetka 6 Bedrooms / 5.1 baths Exclusively Presented by: Sarah Dwyer, Coldwell Banker 847-727-4619 sarah.dwyer@cbexchange.com Meticulously maintained Colonial with wonderful amenities! Chef ’s kitchen with high end appliances, huge center island and giant butler’s pantry opens to gorgeous breakfast and family room with fireplace. Second floor has spacious master suite, kids study and 3 additional family bedrooms spiraling off the study. Third floor has  two bedrooms. Lower level includes recreation room, exercise room, laundry room, theater and more. Large lot with beautiful patios and 2.5 car garage. Ideally located near town, train and parks!

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hockey referee now knows what it feels like to receive a hit from New Trier Green senior forward Tommy Cahill. It wasn’t as vicious as a cheetah mauling a zebra on Discovery Channel, but it did elicit more than a few winces and looks of concern in the first period of an Amateur Hockey Association (AHAI)/Blackhawk Cup state semifinal on March 13. And the collision — at the start of a post-goal celebration near Green’s bench at Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville — was an inadvertent one. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Cahill, an assistant captain, apologized to the ref shortly after the incident and repeated the gesture as NT Green and Benet headed to their locker rooms for the first intermission. “I didn’t realize he was in my path,” Cahill recounted more than an hour later. Reigning state champion New Trier Green continued on its road to United Center — venue of the state final on March 17 (7 p.m.) — when it walloped Benet 8-2 to set up a state-final rematch with Providence Catholic, which beat Loyola Academy Gold 5-0 in the first semifinal at Edge on March 13. Cahill notched a hat trick and provided two assists against the program that stunned Green in a state semifinal at the same rink two years ago. “He’s fun to watch,” Green senior forward and captain Charlie Burton said of Cahill, who played AAA hockey (Chicago Mission) last winter after his sophomore season as a member of New Trier Blue, which almost beat New Trier Green in a state quarterfinal in 2015. “It’s impossible to knock him off the puck, with his size, with his hands. And he’s got a really good shot.” Burton scored twice for the tournament’s top-seeded team, and Green mates Kyle Retondo, Mason Smith and John Robinson each netted one goal to help goaltender Hayden Wieczorek (16 saves) secure his 35th victory of the season.

CA-BOOM!: New Trier Green’s Tommy Cahill watches his shot sail into the net as Benet goaltender Ryan Kosowski looks on. Cahill finished with a hat trick. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

NT Green’s 31st consecutive win upped its overall record to 66-9. The club hasn’t lost to an Illinois team. Green’s record vs. Providence Catholic this winter: 4-0. “It’s important to get everybody involved, and that’s what we’ve been able to do,” said NT Green coach Bob Melton, whose record in AHAI/Blackhawk state finals is 11-1, including last year’s 5-2 defeat of Providence Catholic on the Chicago Blackhawks’ home ice. “Our team this year is special, real special.” Fifth-seeded Benet (29-18-1) struck first in the semifinal, at the 9:27 mark of the first period. Shortly thereafter, Green defenseman Daniel Hauser — a forward

at the beginning of the season — delivered three clean, thunderous hits in a span of about 25 seconds. “They juiced us up,” Cahill said. “The hits made all of our bench players jump,” Melton added. From that point, it didn’t take long for Cahill to fire the puck past Benet’s goaltender, and shortly after that tally — 33 seconds, to be exact — Retondo made it a 2-1 game. Snow was falling outside. Benet’s collective will was beginning to wilt inside. “When [Hauser] gets physical, the other team’s forwards think a little when he’s near them, or they hesitate,” said Burton, who might play club hockey next winter at the University of Illinois. “He helps us out a lot.”

NT Green scored the first two goals of the second period and outscored Benet 3-0 in the third period. The team’s final two goals — unassisted ones by Robinson and Cahill — were separated by a little more than a minute. “No regrets,” Cahill said of taking a year off from prep hockey to develop his formidable game with the Chicago Mission. “I did watch last year’s state championship on TV, and it feels good knowing I’ll get to play for a state championship in that kind of atmosphere with my friends from school.” Cahill later recalled being the smallest hockey player on his Chicago Young Americans hockey team when he was an eighth-grader. “I felt like a kid playing with

and against men,” he said. The kid is all grown up now. A certain referee can attest to that.

High School Player of the Year honors went to NT’s Isabelle Sennett, who has committed to play lacrosse at Amherst College in Massachusetts. … Cahill was Notable: Other assists in the state one of only six boys to make the semifinal, in addition to Tommy 2017 Chicago Blackhawks Cahill’s two, came from John Alumni Association All-Star Huber (two), Daniel Hauser, Jack Team. … NT Green’s top six Raith and Matthew Mulhern. … players in points, through March NT Green defeated Lake Forest 13: Cahill (64 goals, 61 assists); 7-0 (March 1) and Stevenson 4-0 Raith (55, 63); Burton (40, 62); (March 7) in its first two state Graham (49, 50); Mulhern (44, playoff games. … Five New Trier 42); and Huber (36, 42). … Three Green players made the 2016-17 NT Green players have a plusAHAI all-state team: junior de- minus rating higher than 100: fenseman Connor Baldwin and Tristan Jones (108), Raith (106) senior forwards Cahill, Raith, and Baldwin (102). … Green Charlie Burton and Michael goaltenders Hayden Wieczorek Graham. … Burton was also and Scott Foster have combined named the JJ O’Connor Male for 19 shutouts this winter, with High School Player of the Year. the former recording 10. WiecThe Cammi Granato Female zorek has a .911 save percentage.


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aron Hope was camping with many others in Wyoming when an uninvited bear made an appearance last summer. The 12 campers — under the direction of two knowledgeable leaders — were told to sing their lungs out. “And bang on pots and pans,” says Hope, a Highland Park senior who completed his third year of varsity hockey last month. “We had hoped that would make the bear go away. But the bear wouldn’t leave. “We ended up leaving and traveling a half mile to relocate, after making all of that noise for about 20 minutes.” About 20 minutes — behold the time Hope spent as a gymnast. He was 4 or 5 years old when his mother, Linda, signed him up for gymnastics classes at a studio located at Centennial Ice Arena in Highland Park. “I wasn’t that flexible,” the 5-foot-10, 150-pounder recalls. “When I was learning gymnastics, I saw kids playing hockey and thought, ‘I want to try that.’ ” Hope tried hockey. Hope liked hockey. Goodbye, flips. Hello, forechecks. A couple of years later, Hope was skating for the Fighting Sioux, a Mite house team coached by his father, Mike, who had played hockey while growing up in Minnesota before focusing on baseball as a high school student. “It was unique,” Hope says of his initial attraction to the sport. “No running, no walking. The speed of the game … I enjoyed that. My dad was mellow as a coach, and he taught me the rules of hockey.” Hope, a forward when he entered high school, did not make the Giants’ varsity club before the start of the 2013-14 season. He then became a defenseman as a sophomore on varsity, skating two to three shifts per period. “Aaron was our No. 5, No. 6 defenseman that season,” Giants varsity hockey coach Sean Freeman says. “From that point on, he showed perseverance. He kept working hard, kept plugging away. He believed in himself. He bet on himself — and won. “Aaron,” the coach adds, “had

MAKING STRIDES: Aaron Hope (left) of the Highland Park Giants collides with a Lake Forest player during play this winter. Hope earned all-state honors. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

above-average intelligence and athleticism and turned himself into one of the best hockey players in the state.” The Amateur Hockey Association Illinois (AHAI) all-state team was named last month. Two Giants — Hope and junior forward Dylan Abt — made it. Hope then made, after four tryout sessions, the Illinois team (as an alternate selection) that will compete in America’s Showcase in Pittsburgh from April 20-24. The outdoors enthusiast finished with nine goals and eight assists atop indoor rinks for a 17-24-8 squad this winter, with three of the assists coming in a satisfying 9-0 rout of Deerfield at Glacier Ice Arena in Vernon Hills on Nov. 23. Hope netted three power-play

goals in his final prep season; only Abt, with seven, notched more such tallies among teammates. “The teammate who really helped me my sophomore year was [defenseman] Andrew Krug (Class of 2015), our captain,” says Hope, an assistant captain in the 2016-17 season. “He looked out for me, gave me tips, told me how to do drills the right way, how to work out the right way.” Hope’s attendance at camps last summer — at American Heartland Ice Arena in Lincolnwood — enhanced the offensive side of his game. A reliable D-man became an A-one threat with the puck. Hope’s added dimension thrilled Freeman. And many other onlookers. “He’s not a flashy kid, but the way he moved the puck some-

times made opponents look like fools,” Freeman says. “You’ve seen running backs in football cut right and cut left on their way to touchdowns, right? Well, Aaron looked like that on the ice at times. He stepped up his game on offense this year. “I coach hockey because of kids like Aaron, a local kid who was interested in reaching the next level in the sport. The thing I’ll always remember about Aaron is the smiling Aaron I saw in the locker room. He was always ready to go, ready to jump on the ice and compete at a practice or in a game.” Hope passes Frisbees in the spring as a member of Highland Park High School’s Ultimate club. One of his outlets outside of sports is music. An alto/soprano

saxophone player and a member of the school’s Wind Ensemble during his first three years, Hope earned a Wind Symphony spot this year. The group was scheduled to perform at the Chicago Symphony Center earlier this week. Reading interests him, too, especially adventure and sports books. When he was 12 or 13, Hope’s eyes consumed Into Thin Air, a book by Jon Krakauer about a perilous expedition up Mount Everest. It jumpstarted Hope’s interest in the outdoors. Before that encounter with a bear in Wyoming — a topic, by the way, he wrote about for one of his college-application essays — Hope joined outdoors groups for adventures in Alaska and around Yosemite National Park. He has climbed Mount

Shasta, the fifth highest peak in California at an elevation of 14,000-plus feet. “It’s the highest mountain I’ve climbed … so far,” says a smiling and ever-ambitious Hope. Notable: Junior forward Dylan Abt paced the Highland Park Giants in points (30 goals, 23 assists) in the 2016-17 season and averaged 1.13 points per game. The next four in total points were Ryan Genender (22, 24), Jake Mandel (16, 16), Gabe Schlussel (16, 14) and Kyle Powers (12, 17). Evan Robertson and Chase McKellar shared most of the goaltending duties. Each posted eight victories, and Robertson — in goal for the team’s lone shutout, vs. Deerfield — finished with a team-best .868 save percentage.


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olving the impenetrable Ryan Iaciancio proved to be an unenviable and unattainable task. But there was this. Anthony Guzzardo, an all-in, fast-moving and hard-charging senior forward for the Loyola Gold boys hockey team, turned into Crash Guzzardo when he cannonballed into the opposition’s net midway through the first period. He went in headfirst. His cramped body nestled between the pipes. Guzzardo, going all out, was trying to scrape something together. Trying to poke in a loose puck near the doorstep. “Just trying to make a scrappy play,” said the gritty Guzzardo. But a few split seconds earlier, the 6-foot-2, 245-pound Iaciancio, a two-time all-stater and a huge, mighty fortress in goal for the Providence Catholic Celtics, had redirected the puck to thwart a golden scoring chance. Throughout this Amateur Hockey Association Illinois (AHAI) Blackhawk Cup state semifinal game at Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville on March 13, Iaciancio protected the Providence goal like it was Fort Knox. No. 33 in the oversized green and white jersey put an end to LA’s solid season (39-29-1). “Their goalie was unreal tonight,” said Guzzardo, a standup guy, following LA Gold’s 5-0 setback to the second-seeded Celtics. “Their goalie is the backbone of their team.” “We couldn’t get one behind him,” LA head coach DJ Lavarre pitched in. The same could be said about LA Gold’s Thomas Moran. Coming into his game as a hot goaltender — having recorded shutouts against Glenbrook South (5-0 final score) and Neuqua Valley (7-0) in the first two state tournament games — Moran made a flurry of saves in the first period and throughout most of the second period. “We played the way we wanted to play in the first period,” said Lavarre. Moran and his defensive mates killed off a couple of early power plays, including a two-man advantage late in the first period. But then, things got wild and

TENDER GLOVING CARE: Loyola Gold’s Anthony Guzzardo collides with Providence Catholic goaltender Ryan Iaciancio during the first period. LA Gold lost the state semifinal game 5-0. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

crazy. And we’re not only talking about all those Providence student fans dressed in togas — like they were rehearsing to be extras in the 1978 cult film, National Lampoon’s Animal House. Enter Providence’s other superstar: Jacob Rott. No. 4 was crazy good. Faster than you could say, Dirty “Rott-en” Scoundrels, the Celtics put together a barrage of activity. Rott, a 6-3 senior all-state forward, who has scored 124 points this season, broke a 0-0 deadlock, when he converted an LA mistake by hitting a laser over Moran’s left shoulder with 4:55 left in the second period. “That goal,” Lavarre said, “sort

of unhinged us. “And to get unhinged like that is pretty uncharacteristic of our team,” the coach added. “We’re pretty resilient.” Rott, the 2016 AHAI Player of the Year who will play Juniors in Texas next season, wasn’t done. Following a goal by teammate Cam Cutler (with 3:12 left in the second period) to make it two-nil, Rott made the stylish play of the game when he galloped down the ice on a breakaway and essentially scored on his own assist — rebounding his own shot off the boards — with 2:14 remaining in the second period. The Celtics eventually made things darn near impossible for

LA, when they added their fourth goal in the first minute of the third period. “After they capitalized on a couple of our mistakes, I think we took our foot off the gas,” said Guzzardo. “They smelled blood. They were hungry. They finished. We didn’t.” Soon, it was obvious that LA Gold would be unable to overcome Providence’s all-out blitz — especially with the mighty Iaciancio standing guard at the other end. The Providence goaltender came into this showdown with a 1.6 goals-against average and a gaudy save percentage (94 percent). “He’s not the most nimble guy,”

offered Providence head coach Nick Iaciancio, who also just happens to be the father of the star goalie. “But, as long as he stops pucks, I’m good. He’s consistent and plays with a lot of composure, especially when he goes under the bright lights.” LA Gold desperately wanted to play under the bright lights of United Center, site of the state championship game on March 17. Thus, as you might expect, the LA Gold locker room was not a happy place after the game. “It’s just now settling in for me,” said Guzzardo, a good 30 minutes after the game. “I have no emotions right now. Hard to describe.”

Notable: Loyola Gold finished the season with a lot of award winners. The AHAI all-staters include senior goalie Ryan Trueman; senior defensemen Ben Odle and Parker Ray; and senior forwards Austin Eng and Danny Sullivan. … Two LA Gold players — Eng and senior forward John Purcell — have been selected to play on the Illinois squad in the 2017 America’s Showcase, which will be held on April 20-24 at the Robert Morris Island Sports Center in Pittsburgh. … Ray also named to the 2017 Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Association (CBAA) High School All-Star Team.


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Viva, Viti! tend to his philanthropic causes. “I hired a coach to get me ready for my first triathlon,” adds he Most Interesting Man the graduate of The Culinary in the World does not pitch Institute of America in New beer in television commer- York and the father of two sons cials. — 26-year-old Gabriel III, a He lives in Highland Park and former dirt bike racer and owns Miramar Bistro in High- Junior Olympics skier, and wood. Gabriel Viti is his name, 19-year-old Tempel, a college and if there’s an adventure to rugby player. enjoy and conquer, the 53-yearHis first triathlon led to his old is all in. first Ironman, which preceded his “It all started when I was with successful swim across the my chiropractor one day, and I English Channel in 2014. A noticed a patch on his neck,” stretch of training for the gruelrecalls Viti, a 1981 graduate of ing channel test involved Highland Park High School, 36,000 yards per week in where he wrestled and played a pool and other watery football and tennis. “I was 39. I drills in the Tampa asked him, ‘Why the patch?’ He Bay area. said to me, ‘I competed in a triAfter reading athlon.’ Into Thin Air, a “Then I asked him, ‘Were you book by Jon in a fight with three guys?’ ” Krakauer about Our lunch of French onion an account of a soup and bread at Miramar is off Mount Everest to a rousing start. An early-after- disaster, Viti noon meal/interview — for 30 looked up. Way minutes — was his only opening up. He ended on this day in late February. I up becoming 335th consider myself lucky, because t h e Viti plans to fly to Florida the person to climb next day to start his next adven- t h e S e ve n ture: sailing around the world Summits, the with his girlfriend, Angela, and highest peaks a couple that taught him how to on each contisail an Island Packet 485. He nent in the figures to complete the challenge world. What he also in four years, but it won’t be a nonstop quest. raised, in addition Viti intends to return home a to his game body and handful of times each year to soul: funds — more than spend time with his family and $200,000 for Keshet, an organi-

zation committed to developing programs for children and young adults with special needs. The man also loves to ski down hills, ride dirt bikes and scuba-dive. “Years and years ago, I was asked to cook in Lake Forest, and a man, Jack Smart, told me something that changed my life,” says Viti, who cooked for the top three restaurants

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in Europe following his graduation from culinary school. “Jack told me, ‘Always keep your learning curve turned up.’ What that said to me was, ‘Keep your eyes and ears open and your mouth shut.’ ” Destinations along his sailing venture include Cuba, Jamaica, Bonaire, Costa Rica, the Galapagos Islands, New Zealand, Australia, the Canary Islands, Israel, Turkey, Croatia, Spain, Italy, France, Scotland and Ireland. Some time in August or September — right around the time he’ll be near Australia — Gabriel and Angela will fly to Japan and stay there for a month. It’s where they climbed Mount Fuji (elevation of 12,000-plus feet) together three years ago. Forty-eight years ago, a 5-yearold Gabriel Viti stood in front of the Washington Gardens restaurant in Highwood with his father, also named Gabriel, currently chairman of the board of the Viti Companies (insurance and financial) in Highwood. “It was then,” the son recalls, “when I knew I wanted to work in the restaurant industry. Years later, during an interview, I was asked, ‘Why do you want to be a chef?’ I like taking care of the customer; you get an immediate response from the customer when you’re working in a restaurant. You know what’s great about Miramar and the crew

we have? I can leave for a period of time, come back and find out it’s still running like a Swiss watch; that’s one of the many rewards of running this place. And our clientele is well-educated, well-traveled, successful and loyal.” For 15 years, Viti has supported the Boys & Girls Club of Lake County in North Chicago and Waukegan. Each Christmastime, youngsters from the organization that believes every child has the potential to BE GREAT travel to Northbrook Court to meet Viti. Viti’s friendly order to the kids: “Shop around and buy whatever you want.” They later load up on popcorn and watch a movie. “North Chicago and Waukegan … I consider those areas my areas,” Viti says. “Everybody around here should. These are kids, good kids. That’s Christmas to me — spending time with them and seeing their excitement.” I nod. The Most Interesting Man in the World is also a caring man, a down-to-earth man. I have one more question about his adventurous side: “What’s next?” Viti cups his right hand slightly and thrusts it above his head. “Flying,” he says, as his eyes turn steely. “I want to fly. “I’m on my way to getting a pilot’s license.” I turn into The Least Surprised Man in the World.

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