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Plan in the works for 2018 Winnetka Music Fest BY LIBBY ELLIOTT DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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ead organizers of this summer’s inaugural Winnetka Music Festival, attended by more than 9,000 people, are wasting no time planning for an even bigger musical event next year. The two-day festival, held June 23-24, featured outdoor stages, food trucks, a team of 200 volunteers, and lively crowds of listeners gathered on Winnetka’s streets to hear free performances by popular indie bands like Jared and the Mill, Wild Belle and The Accidentals. Organizers say attendees from as far away as Houston, Minneapolis and St. Louis traveled to the North Shore to follow their favorite bands. “One of the things we hoped to accomplish with the Winnetka Music Festival was to bring people together and to

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t’s been 60 years since New Trier High School has undergone major renovations, and when students return on September 7 they’ll find new stateof-the-art facilities that promote innovative learning. “I’m thrilled to see the full vision finished by the start of school this year and how exciting that is for our students, staff and community,” said Superintendent Dr. Paul Sally. “There are wonderful new opportunities for teaching and learning in those spaces.” Sally officially became superintendent July 1 after Dr. Linda Yonke retired in June. He joined New Trier Township High School District 203 about 22 years ago, and most recently served as associate superintendent for curriculum and instruction. The east side of the campus at 385 Winnetka Avenue was torn down to make room for new construction. Sally said the music rooms are appropriately sized and spaced with fantastic Continued on PG 10

New Trier Superintendent Dr. Paul Sally shows off the school’s newly renovated campus. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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IN THIS ISSUE [ NEWS ] 10 back to new trier New Trier opens the new school year with a newly renovated east campus. [ LIFESTYLE & ARTS ] 18 north shore foodie Chef returns, remakes Grille No. 43 in Lake Bluff.

20 social scene More than 260 artists displayed their work at the 2017 Port Clinton Art Festival in Highland Park. [ REAL ESTATE ] 24 open houses Find out — complete with map — which houses you can walk through for possible purchase on the North Shore this weekend. 25 houses of the week We profile intriguing houses for sale on the North Shore. [ SPORTS ] 32 a-rod is a hit Loyola Academy’s A-Rod (Anthony Rodriguez) is a hit — on the football field. [ LAST BUT NOT LEAST ] 38 sunday breakfast Biss wedded to run for governor.


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NEWS MUSIC Cont. from PG 1 create a sense of community, pride and excitement,” said the festival’s chair, Scott Myers. “We succeeded in doing that.” The weekend’s music roster included two main stages on Lincoln and Elm Streets, as well a smaller stage erected off Chestnut, featuring bands that appeal to families with young children. According to organizers, these same three stages will be reprised at the 2018 festival, set for June 15-16. After tallying attendance numbers and listening to feedback, the event’s directors are expanding the festival by adding two new specialized performance venues. A small stage inside the Winnetka Chapel adjacent to the Winnetka Community House will be showcased at the 2018 festival for a series of more intimate, acoustic musical performances. The chapel was added to the 2017 Winnetka Music Festival

line-up at the last minute, but hosted only two acts last year: a jazz band and a guitar duo. The 300-seat chapel will provide a quiet, sit-down listening experience for festival attendees, as well as an opportunity to engage with artists up close and personal. “The chapel will function as an oasis during the festival,” said Val Haller, the festival’s music director. “It offers a nice alternative to the louder, more boisterous street listening experience at the outdoor stages.” As founder of valslist.com, a boutique music website, Haller is currently using the Winnetka Chapel venue for a series of live monthly concerts she hopes will bridge the gap between last year’s music festival and the next one set for June 2018. With the exception of a break between November and April, the chapel is hosting regular live music performances by hot, new emerging artists, all of which are public and open to the community.

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The concourse at the newly renovated New Trier High School. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

acoustics for the numerous design is that students may use students who take part in this the concourse display area important program. whether they ’re studying “The second major change is bridge building, robotics, or the learning environment automotive work.” created in core academic classStudents were surveyed after rooms and three new science the first half of the project labs are significantly enhanced opened. “The kids who had from the original classrooms, classes in the first phase of the along with the space, technol- new building were surveyed ogy, furniture and environ- and their response was overment,” he added. whelmingly positive,” he said. Sally described the lowest “It’s just a wonderful place to level of the concourse with all learn.” of the enthusiasm of a profesSally added that every desional tour guide: partment in the school has been positively impacted in “On the lowest level of the concourse is our applied arts some way, but art, applied arts, area, and that’s where we have music, media, speech, and our Project Lead the Way (pre- theater have all new specialengineering) classes,” said Sally. ized spaces. All of the core “A wonderful feature of the new academic classes have many

“The music festival, as with this concert series, is an attempt to bring the downtown music scene out to the suburbs,” said Haller. “I would love to see Winnetka become a hub for live music on the North Shore the same way Glencoe has become synonymous with theater.” Separately, organizers are planning a dedicated youth stage to showcase emerging musicians from the local area. Interested artists would go through a formal audition process after submitting an application and demo video. “We want to highlight the incredible talent that lives right here on the North Shore,” said Scott Myers. Myers plans to communicate with New Trier and other high schools to promote the youth stage, adding that festival organizers are not yet ready to begin auditioning new talent or announcing next year’s acts. “The 2018 festival may include one or two of the main stage bands that played last year, but it will largely feature new new classrooms in the new building. The new open spaces promote more opportunities for collaboration. “The space that’s available and the type of furniture that we purchased makes collaboration easier,” said Sally. “The other aspect is environmental with natural light and colors that are throughout the new building. That also has enhanced learning and student engagement.” Compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act was a key part of the project, as well as increased energy efficiency. Sally emphasized that the district is very cognizant of the importance of energy efficiency and environmental issues. Air conditioning was also added to the main auditorium on the Winnetka (east) campus. The project will be completed in September on time and on budget. Voters approved the issuing of bonds for the $89 million referendum on the November 4, 2014 ballot. The original budget was $103.5 million and the overall budget is $104.7 million. “A number of conditions account for the increase, including unanticipated soil conditions and an issue on the underpinnings of the existing North Building that were not accurately reflected on de-

Some 9,000 people attended the inaugural Winnetka Music Fest last July, and even more are expected for the second annual event on June 15-16, 2018.

performers,” said Myers. “It’s important to constantly refresh the line-up.” And to keep festival- goers

happy, fed and hydrated, Myers said next year’s attendees will see a sharp increase in food trucks and beverage stations

throughout the two-day event. “This was the one thing that everyone commented on,” said Myers. “We’re already on it.”

cades-old architectural drawings. The increase reflects a very small percentage of the overall budget, and the district has worked hard to keep construction costs within the parameters of this very large and complicated project,” Director of Communications Nicole Dizon told DailyNorthShore. She added that the district was able to use existing funds to make up the difference without impacting New Trier’s educational or operational programs. Sally said two other sources

have been a great help: reserves that were approved with the project and private donations that have contributed to various areas. “This is a large, complex project and to basically meet both markers of on time and on budget feels really good,” he said. “There will still be a little bit of work after opening day, but it won’t impact the student experience at all, as planned with Pepper Construction.” Sally is looking forward to the first day of school on September 7 in his new role as

superintendent. “I’m very proud and humbled to have this position.” What’s New Trier’s secret to performing as one of the top schools in the country with an average 2016 ACT score of 27.8? “The key components have to do with an incredibly supportive community, really hard working students, probably the best teaching staff in the nation, and a set of sender schools that does a wonderful job across the board for preparing kids for New Trier,” he said.


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Senior set for another moment at a film fest BY BILL MCLEAN

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— New Trier junior Ben Senior, on the prevalent energy, stylistically, in most of director Edgar Wright’s films

“Great teacher, very knowledgeable, and he’s serious about film. He’s given me good advice, and he has hooked me up with influential people [in the film industry].” Though he’s a math ace in the classroom, Senior prefers a school assignment that requires writing to any that involves numbers. “I love words,” Senior says. “While growing up, I read a lot.” For a writing assignment at Beacon Academy last year, Senior’s main character in a story about a road trip stopped at a Zombie Burgers diner in Iowa and gave his order to a zombie. Later, in Salt Lake City, the character discovered Mormons in a church service were actually robots. “I ended the story with the character returning home and walking into my classroom,” Senior says. “He sees me and says, ‘Please stop putting me in horrible situations.’”

that about him, because when he’s impressed — with an idea or with something you turn in — he’s genuinely impressed,” Senior says.

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en Senior, a junior at New Trier and an independent filmmaker, will be forever grateful for what he learned at a Montessori school in Evanston. It had nothing to with what he had read in a book. Nor what he had absorbed during a lecture. It was this: “Ask questions,” Senior says. “Don’t be afraid to speak up. Asking questions is a huge part of education. When I take the time to come up with an idea for a film, I think of a ‘What if?’ ” Senior’s future as a filmmaker? Promising … unquestionably promising. The Illinois International Film Festival showed his short film, The Routine, in Westmont in late May. The psychological thriller — with a running time of 35 minutes, including credits — won Best Student Film honors. It also will be featured at the Chicago Horror Film Festival at the Patio Theater on Sept. 23.

several years ago and later placed it on a tripod at home to produce footage for a class project. The lone character in the short was a toy Bombay cat, with its voice provided by Senior’s mother, Kristen. “I went to town with that home movie,” Ben recalls. “I interviewed the cat, and my mother, away from the camera, answered the questions. You can call my grandmother a key executive producer, because she bought that camera for me. And my mother has been my No. 1 supporter, always encouraging me to go for it when it involves my interest in film. “For a scene in The Routine,” he adds, “my mother drove me to an Ben Senior alley and hung around with my The young man with the IMDb who attended Beacon Academy in crew and me. It was mid-October, (Internet Movie Database) page Evanston in his freshman and freezing. But there she was, moving gets inspired each time he watches sophomore years. “I really got into things for me, helping in any way a movie directed by Edgar Wright. it. His films have quick cuts, jump she could. She’s the best.” Senior’s most significant mentor Films helmed by Wright include around; they’re energetic. I started Baby Driver, Shaun of the Dead, Hot thinking, ‘Maybe one day I’d be to date is professional stage and Fuzz and The World’s End. able to create a movie along those film actor Kevin Lucero Less, who teaches a film class at Infinity Arts “While watching Hot Fuzz (a lines.’” parody of the buddy-cop genre), I The Winnetkan received his first Academy at DePaul College Prep noticed it called attention to how camera — a Flip video camera — High School in Chicago. “He’s gruff and stern, but I like a movie was made,” says Senior, from his grandmother, Diana,

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She wears her art on her sleeve BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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etsy Giberson became a fiber wearable artist because she has loved cloth since she was a little girl playing with Kleenex and aluminum foil. “I used to make doll clothes out of those materials before I could sew,” said Giberson. “I’ve been making things since as soon as I could sit up, and I’ve been drawing things since I began holding a crayon – that’s who I am.” Giberson is one of 145 of the country’s leading craftspeople who will be participating in the 33rd annual American Craft Exposition (ACE) at Chicago Botanic Garden, September 15 through September 17. There will be a Benefit Preview Party on September 14. The event will be presented by The Auxiliary of NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore), and guests will have the opportunity to peruse and purchase unique artwork while sup-

porting pharmacogenomics and orthopaedic regenerative medicine research. The New Hampshire fiber wearable artist has been participating in ACE for years. “The thing I like most about ACE is the organization that runs it,” said Giberson. “It’s not just a craft show where a promoter is trying to make money; it’s a craft show for a really important cause.” Giberson explained that her clothing is all about layering, because that’s how she loves to dress. Her layering concept works in all parts of the country from Louisiana to Boston to California. “I always say to people that I don’t really run a business,” she said. “I’m a studio artist making things that I want to make and hoping that other people like it. My brand is me.” Giberson tries to be careful with the amount of water and chemicals that she uses. She said her septic system comes out clean every five years when it’s checked, and she dumps very little waste.

“I’m very frugal, because I come from New Hampshire,” she added. As Giberson makes her living frequenting craft shows across the country, she’s created wearable art pieces that travel well and seldom wrinkle. In the event a piece does wrinkle, “You can always do the grandmother trick of hanging it in the bathroom and turning up the hot water in the shower,” she said. How do other craft shows compare with ACE? “ACE is really top quality, wellattended, and it’s beautifully put together,” said Giberson. “The committee does their homework by attending to the details and it’s a well-run show.” Giberson said committee members search all over the country to discover new artists. “They have artists of all ages while some craft shows are trying to appeal to young markets who are not that interested, because they like to shop online. ACE has

Artist Betsy Giberson with her wearable creations.

a good balance and they bring in new artists,” she added. ACE will feature an emerging artists category. Giberson’s machine washable clothing line can be worn by all age groups. She’s equally excited when 15-year-olds like her clothes, as well as older women.

“I like to appeal to all different kinds of women from those who wear the fancy Lululemon exercise clothes to women who are very conservative,” she said. Giberson tries to walk the whole ACE Show to see what the new designs look like and said she’s most interested in something that’s made by hand. Giberson explained that the committee tries to bring in new artists all of the time and she’s particularly interested to see someone who’s work she hasn’t seen before. “At the same time, there are people that I’ve been doing ACE with for about 20 years, and as an artist, I’m excited to see how their work is evolving.” Laura Koh and Melissa David are returning as the 2017 ACE co-chairs. “Last year, over 7,500 people attended ACE, enjoying the exceptional artistry and craftsmanship of more than 140 fine craftsmen and women,” said Koh. David added, “We are so proud

to be supporting NorthShore University HealthSystem’s important research initiatives for pharmacogenomics and orthopaedic regenerative medicine. The dedication shown by NorthShore’s medical practitioners has allowed them to become a leading national force in healthcare.” ACE will feature distinctive pieces made in the United States, by the country’s leading artists showcasing new achievements in jewelry, ceramics, metal, fashion wearables, glass, furniture, fiber decoratives, leather, wood, mixed media and basketry. ACE 2017 will be held at the Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe on Thursday, September 14, with a Benefit Preview Party from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The Show runs Friday, September 15, and Saturday, September 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, September 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For tickets and more information, visit americancraftexpo.org or call (224) 364-7270.

Local craft beers to get party started at St. Joe’s Oktoberfest BY DONALD LIEBENSON DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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hese are boom times for craft breweries and the people who enjoy them. There are more than 150 craft breweries in Illinois, whose growing popularity is tied to a “drink locally” trend. “The amount of breweries coming up and expanding is huge,” observed Allesandro Vazquez, president of Oswego, Illinois-based Brew Avenue Events, which is mounting the Great St. Joe Craft Beer Festival in Wilmette on September 16. “There is almost a new brewery opening every month, and every other town is either working on a craft beer project or a brewery is ramping up production. Craft beer is becoming as diverse as the wine market with a proliferation of different styles and ingredients.” The beer festival will give visitors the opportunity to taste nearly a dozen local labels. It’s a new addition to St. Joseph’s Oktoberfest celebration, now in its 14th year, which traditionally includes an afternoon Antiques Market and Family Fun Fest and an evening party. The inaugural Great St. Joe Craft Beer Festival,

Craft brew fans at an earlier Brew Avenue Events fest. PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BREW AVENUE EVENTS

which will run from noon to 4 p.m. for adults ages 21 and up, will help get the party started. The local breweries and cideries scheduled to participate include Alarmist Brewing, Right Be Cider, and Revolution Brewing from Chicago, North Shore Cider Company, Temperance Beer Co., Sketchbook Brewing Co., and Smylie Brothers Brewing Co. in Evanston, Ten

Ninety Brewing Company, and Macushla Brewing Company in Glenview, and New Belgium Brewing Company in Fort Collins, Colorado. The beer festival will also feature food trucks. Oktoberfest is one of two primary public events to raise funds for St. Joseph’s school and parish. “It’s part of our community

outreach to showcase who we are with inclusive events for all ages and who live in all areas of the North Shore,” Dave Mastrofski, co-chair of the festival, said. The craft beer festival is an aperitif to the main event. “Okotberfest is still the big party,” Mastrofski said. “We’re inviting people to spend a day at St. Joseph’s. I think a fall Saturday spent sampling beers is a great

way to spend the afternoon.” As with wine, this can be intimidating to the more casual drinker, but craft beer festivals are going a long way toward making the artisan brewing process accessible. “It’s a great way to be introduced face-to-face to the public, to get your beer into people’s glasses, and to talk about your craft and creativity,” said Vasquez. Mike Walsh was a home brewer for 10 years before opening Macushla Brewing Company in August. The Great St. Joe Craft Beer Festival is his second festival. Macushla (a Gaelic term of endearment heartbreakingly referenced by Clint Eastwood in the film Million Dollar Baby, and decades before that as the name of the cow in the 1945 holiday film classic Christmas In Connecticut) is a micro, or small batch, brewery and tap room located on Lake Avenue. It shares a parking lot with Hackney’s (Welch’s grandfather purchased Hackney’s restaurant almost 80 years ago). The festival is a welcome vehicle to “get our name and our good beers out to our neighbors and let them know we’re here,” Walsh said. “Participating in the community is hugely important,

especially the church community.” (Walsh is an alumnus of Our Lady of Perpetual Help parish in Glenview, but his fatherin-law attended St. Joseph’s). Mastrofski anticipates growing the Craft Beer Festival to include more brewers and food trucks. “By no means am I an expert,” he said, “but I’m an expert sampler.” Oktoberfest is on Saturday, September 16 at St. Joseph’s School on Lake and Ridge Avenues in Wilmette. The Antiques Market will run from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Family Festival begins at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. These two events are free. The Dinner and Outdoor Party runs from 6 to 11:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 per adult, $20 for seniors, and include a traditional German dinner at 6 p.m. A party with live entertainment follows at 8:30 p.m. A party-only ticket is $20 per adult. The Craft Beer Festival will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets are $45 per adult and include a 16-beer/cider sample passport and souvenir tasting glass. Additional beer sample tickets will be available for purchase. For more information or to purchase advance tickets, visit stjosephwilmette.com. For discounts on tickets, use the promo code sjsfriend.


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Heads Up! Northern Illinois Air Show is Sept. 9

BY LIBBY ELLIOTT DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

historic military warplanes and not just active duty aircraft. It ocal plane spotters who also provides the opportunity to enjoyed watching gravity- view airplanes at close range and defying stunts at this sum- engage with the pilots who fly mer’s Chicago Air & Water them. Now in its 16th year, the Show won’t have to wait a whole interactive, hands-on air show year to see parachute jumps, typically draws more than mock dogfights and pyrotechnics 10,000. in the skies above Lake MichiThe air show’s president, Tom gan. Coogan, is a former Navy pilot Although smaller than its who served 10 years in the flashier neighbor to the south, Persian Gulf during the 1980s the Northern Illinois Air Show and ‘90s. He believes a signifiset to take place at the Wauke- cant measure of excitement and gan National Airport on Sep- learning takes place when the tember 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. show’s planes are not in flight. - is one of the few air exhibitions “We may not have the large in the United States that will fly acts like The Thunderbirds or The

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Blue Angels, but at our air show, you can actually walk up the ramp to the aircraft to touch them and talk to the pilot,” said Coogan, a Northbrook resident. “Many people never get that experience.” The air show benefits from its proximity to the Warbird Heritage Foundation, a non-profit organization that owns and maintains a large fleet of antique military aircraft in flying condition. The foundation’s mission is to preserve military aviation history by remembering the past and honoring those who have gone before. Air show attendees can expect

to see paratrooper jumping and mock dogfights between vintage fighter jets. Pilots of the North American F-86 Sabre, flown during the Korean War, will demonstrate aerobatic maneuvers alongside the Soviet era MIG 17 Fresco. Coogan said one of the most interesting ramp attractions will be two A-10 Warthogs, the famously ugly, high survivability war craft used in front line low altitude action. A duo of T-6 Texan IIs will also be available for tours. Blended into the tactile, educational aspects of the show will be plenty of entertainment and

spectacle in the skies overhead. The air show’s opening ceremony will kick off at noon with a 9/11 tribute featuring a color guard, the singing of the national anthem, and a dramatic presentation by the Quad City Skydivers. Also flying in for the show will be the T28 Trojan Horseman and the Yak-52 Aerostar Aerobatic team. Pyrotechnics supplied by The Mad Bombers will be timed to coincide with the military simulated attack runs. A repeat performance by the Dragons Fyre Jet truck – a 1940 Ford pick-up truck powered by an after-burning turbo jet engine – is set to

make several high- speed sprints down the airport runway. On a somber note, the air show will feature a “missing man” formation in recognition of the recent death of popular Northern Illinois Air Show performer Vllado Lenoch, who crashed in Atchison, Kansas two months ago. The Air Show’s $15 entry fee covers only a small portion of the cost of producing the event; the majority comes from corporate sponsors, donated aircraft, and volunteer staff and crew. The show contributes net proceeds to local charities.

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Chef returns, remakes Grille No. 43

BY STEVE SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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uring his five-year hiatus as the chef at Grille No. 43 in Lake Bluff, Paul Caravelli worked at restaurants in Chicago, Sacramento and San Diego as well as reaching the semifinals of ABC-TV’s The Taste competitive cooking show. Starting as the Grille’s first chef in 2010,Caravelli,a Lake Bluff resident, left two years later to broaden his experience, but he remained in touch with restaurant owner Ted Boufis. Now Caravelli is back at Grille No. 43 as its chef,renewing his association with Boufis and remaking the menu at the Lake Bluff eatery with the flair he has acquired with new American casual dining. “Ted and I remained close,” said Caravelli. “I’m looking forward to reworking the Grille menu and working with Ted again on future projects.” When Caravelli walked back into his old kitchen he found a restaurant serving mostly the same food customers ordered when he left in 2012.That

only question is whether you fold the cheese skirt under the burger or eat it like a cake. I want to start a discussion about that.” Another main course is the Bavette steak and tots, which features a cut of sirloin meat that tastes like a strip, according to Caravelli.He calls it “‘Lil Korean” because of its slightly sweetand-sour Korean barbeque flavor. Caravelli also offers his own take on fish and chips using the traditional English haddock but calling it country,” said Caravelli. “soaked in Jack Daniels,”according to “Crispy Fish and Sticky Chips.” The Caravelli said he is also proud of Caravelli. fish is beer battered while the chips One of Grille No. 43’s new main are fried with balsamic reduction with his Second Place Chicken Wings, named that because they earned the menu items is pear and pecorino Parmesan cheese to make them a Grille No. 43 owner Ted Boufis and Executive Chef Paul Caravelli at runner-up distinction in a contest at ravioli made with vegetarians in mind, “little sticky.” the University of Illinois Chicago in according to Caravelli. Since Caravelli returned,restaurant the restaurant in Lake Bluff. Right: Avocado Toast is a fan favorite. “It’s out of this world,” said Cara- manager Anthony Nunnery said the 2003. Adding some sauce to blue PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER cheese it is served with the signature velli. “I don’t want people to feel crowds have noticeably increased. “We can only assume it is because is no longer the case, with a series of One of the small plates or appetiz- Steakhouse Blue Cheese. punished because they are vegetarians.” “When you make something this small plates, mains, soups, salads and ers Caravelli has added to the menu For those who want a burger, of him,” Nunnery said of Caravelli. sides. is avocado toast. It is sourdough toast different you have to name it,” said Caravelli has created a twist with his “The menu was stale, very stale,” with pine nut butter topped with herbs Caravelli referring to the Steakhouse “Cheese Skirt” Burger. It is a hamGrille No. 43 is located at 28800 said Caravelli. “If you’re not growing and an avocado spread. He adds Blue Cheese. burger with a skirt of cheddar cheese Waukegan Road in Lake Bluff (847If diners are partial to Jack Daniels extending three inches outside the 2334-7643). It is open from 11 a.m. to you’re dead. We remade it with 2017 lemon and pink ginger for a “really, 10 p.m. Monday through Friday; 4 to offerings instead of the 2009 offerings. really great flavor.” whiskey and meatballs,they can order meat but attached to it. “You break the egg yolks with the an appetizer of bacon bourbon meatWe’re bringing Chicago to Lake Bluff “I wanted to make something 10 p.m. Saturdays; 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the quality of food and service.” toast and you go straight to yum balls.They have a bacon sauce and are totally unique,” said Caravelli. “The Sundays.

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1615 Greenleaf Street, Evanston $244,900 Patricia Furman 847-724-5800

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2425 Central Street 2C, Evanston $225,000 Jenni Gordon 847-835-6000

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52. 1000 Willow WINNETKA $1,195,000 Sunday 2 - 4 Paige Dooley 847-609-0963

14. 443 W Deerpath Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4pm $1,350,000 Jack Comerford, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

24. 468 Woodland Road HIGHLAND PARK $695,000 Sunday 12:30-2:30 Nancy London, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

37. 780 Deroo Loop HIGHWOOD SUN 1-4 $499,000 Alison Wertheimer, @properties 847.432.0700

53. 860 Lamson Drive WINNETKA SUN 12-2 $2,750,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200

15. 1001 E Westleigh Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $1,199,000 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

25. 2075 Painters Lake Road HIGHLAND PARK $900,000 Sunday 1-3 Nancy London, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

38. 74 Holabird Loop HIGHWOOD $640,000 Sunday 1-3 Janet Borden, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

54. 513 Walnut St. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $1,895,000 Sally O’Donnell, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

16. 1670 Cornell Court LAKE FOREST SUN 1:30-4 $869,000 Chris Puszynski, @properties 847.295.0700

26. 1905 Waterford Court HIGHLAND PARK $1,150,000 Sunday 12-2 Marcia Plonsker, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

39. 1400 Hackberry Road DEERFIELD $500,000 Sunday 1-3 Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

55. 220 DeWindt WINNETKA $1,597,000 Sunday 2 - 4 Paige Dooley 847-609-0963

27. 42 Logan Loop HIGHLAND PARK SUN 1-4 $1,299,000 Forbes/Pickus, @properties 847.432.0700 28. 581 Ravinia Rd. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 11:30-1:30 $439,000 Thomas Perrella, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

gan uke Rd

29. 861 Marion Ave. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 2-4 $550,000 Nancy Savard, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

Glencoe

Northbrook

30. 476 Clavey Ln. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 11-1 $975,000 Jann Tyler, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

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40. 1157 Linden Ave DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $999,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 41. 629 Byron Court DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $849,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 42. 4369 Exeter Lane NORTHBROOK $525,000 Sunday 2-4 Nancy London, Coldwell Banker Reisdential Brokerage 847-43305400 43. 1926 Beaumont NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 $544,000 Danielle Wylie, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 44. 1640 Sunset Ridge Rd NORTHBROOK $895,000 Sunday, 12-2:00 The Skirving Team, Coldwell Banker Patti 847-924-4119/ Greg 847863-3614 45. 721 Lexington Court NORTHBROOK SUN 12-2 $399,000 Barb Hondros, @properties 847.432.0700

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49. 628 Happ NORTHFIELD Sunday 1-3 $439,000 Alicja Skibicki, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

22. 21 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK Saturday 12-2 $1,199,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

12. 1034 N Western Ave LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $1,429,000 Megan Beidler, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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Dundee Rd

48. 1050 Arbor Lane, #201 NORTHFIELD SUN 1-3 $305,000 Beverly Smith, @properties 847.881.0200

34. 385 Park Avenue HIGHLAND PARK $564,900 Sunday 1-3 Janet Borden, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-433-5400

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33. 1314 Linden Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SAT 11-1 $849,000 Janice Goldblatt, @properties 847.432.0700

47. 385 Palos Rd. GLENCOE Sunday, 1:30-3 $1,575,000 Jann Tyler, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

21. 23 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK Saturday 12-2 $899,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

17. 204 Leonard Wood South, Unit 204 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3pm $339,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

Highland Park

Deerfield

31. 673 Broadview Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SUN 11-1 $325,000 Janice Goldblatt, @properties 847.432.0700

11. 700 Green Briar Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 2:00pm-4:00pm $2,195,000 Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

4. 360 N Mayflower Road LAKE FOREST SUN 1-3 $2,445,000 Andra O’Neill, @properties 847.295.0700

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18. 643 Euclid Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $289,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

10. 400 Stablewood LAKE FOREST Sunday 1:00pm-3:00pm $1,995,000 Vera Purcell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

3. 310 Hirst Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3pm $1,179,000 Kristen Esplin, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors 847.234.0485

Lake Bluff

8. 806 S. Green Bay Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1:00pm-3:00pm $799,000 Cathie Powell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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46. 352 Park Place GLENCOE Sunday, 12-1:30 $574,000 Denise M. Kellar, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

50. 731 Prospect Avenue WINNETKA SUN 1-3 $3,950,000 Margaret Spaan, @properties 847.881.0200

56. 349 Sheridan WINNETKA $1,649,000 Sunday 12 - 2 Paige Dooley 847-609-0963 57. 1186 Spruce WINNETKA $1,495,000 Sunday 1 - 3 Sara Sullivan 847-5251905 58. 197 Oxford Road KENILWORTH SUN 2-4 $3,199,000 Spevok/Mawicke, @properties 847.881.0200 59. 608 Exmoor KENILWORTH $1,299,000 Sunday, 2 - 4 Paige Dooley 847-609-0963 60. 514 Essex Road KENILWORTH $1,595,000 Sunday 1-3:00 The Skirving Team, Coldwell Banker Patti 847-924-4119 Greg 847-8633614 61. 1928 Monroe Avenue GLENVIEW SUN 12-2 $669,000 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 62. 218 Nottingham Avenue GLENVIEW SUN 12-2 $485,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200

63. 414 Forest Avenue WILMETTE SUN 2:30-4:30 $1,274,500 Mary Baubonis, @properties 847.881.0200 64. 605 8th Street WILMETTE SUN 12-2 $695,000 Mary Baubonis, @properties 847.881.0200 65. 100 14th Street WILMETTE Sunday 2 - 4 $1,759,000 Paige Dooley 847-609-0963 66. 1057 Linden WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $515,000 Katie Hauser, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 67. 2106 Greenwood Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $800,000 Amy Wilson, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 68. 1221 Lake Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 2-3:30 $699,000 Denise M. Kellar, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 69. 1225 Michigan EVANSTON $1,098,000 Sunday 1 -3 April Callahan 847-971-7273


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HOUSES OF THE WEEK

$1,350,000

170 N Sheridan Road Glencoe, IL 60093 5 Bedrooms, 5.2 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented By: Katie Traines @properties 847.881.0200 katietraines@atproperties.com Dramatic large two story Foyer welcome you to this striking and very spacious home. Formal Living Room and Dining Rooms, Cook’s Kitchen with Viking, Bosch and SubZero appliances, oversized Family Room and Bonus Room/Office and full Bath on the first level. The second floor has Large Master Bedroom Suite with two huge walk-in closets in addition to 4 generous sized bedrooms. Home is situated on a lushly landscaped lot and has a 3 car attached heated garage.

$479,000

434 Sumac Rd Highland Park, Illinois 60035 3 Bedrooms 2 1/2 Baths Exclusively Presented By: Alberts + Maletsky Real Estate Beth: 773.991.2560 Stephanie: 847.951.2007 alberts.maletsky@bairdwarner.com Renovated ranch home with landscaped backyard on .29/acre. The kitchen has white cabinets, granite counter tops, a big center island and opens to living/family room space with quartz mantel and fireplace. Mudroom, laundry room and butler’s pantry make this home move-in ready. Three bedrooms and 2.1 updated baths including en-suite master bath. Heated sunroom offers additional space, cathedral ceiling and slate floors and overlooks pretty backyard and new pergola. Attached two-car garage, HVAC, roof, windows, plumbing, and electrical.

$5,400,000 86 Indian Hill Rd Winnetka 6 Bed, 5.4 Bath

Exclusively Presented By: Ann George, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Winnetka 847-989-8012 ann.george@cbexchange.com This magnificently renovated English masterpiece is positioned on 1.51 acres within the grounds of Indian Hill Country Club. Features include impressive rooms, high ceilings, voluminous windows, limestone/marble floors, coffered, tray and cove ceilings, 7 fireplaces, kitchen and baths by De Guilio, in-law suite, fully reconstructed LL with flood controls, 3 car heated garage, a grand pool and pool house, and 3 private gardens each with its own fountain.

LUXURY 2 AND 3 BEDROOM CONDOS STARTING IN THE LOW $400S · PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICING · LAKE FOREST

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Lake Bluff Living at its Finest!

Open this Sunday 1—4

645 Rockland Avenue LAKE BLUFF Fabulous curb appeal, excellent location and the quintessential Lake Bluff porch! Walk to train, town, school and the beach. Open floor plan, sunny and bright vaulted interior, fabulous tiered deck for barbecue and entertaining and a spacious fenced backyard. Three levels of finished living space plus a walk out English basement with a bedroom and full bath offer in law, live-in or nanny options. A bathroom on every level provides great livability. Work from your home office, or relax in your sun room! The newer cook's kitchen with double oven, island gas range, and breakfast bar, opens to the common areas. All the tile flooring on the 1st floor is heated! Enjoy the indoor and outdoor sound system. The spacious master suite and 2 additional family bedrooms complete the top floor. There's a convenient first floor bedroom and full bath. A 2.5 car garage with epoxy floor and large attic storage is a bonus. All together the best kind of lake town living in a fabulous community!

Contact me

for a private showing!

RINA DU TOIT 847.814.8648

4+1 Bedrooms 3 Full Baths $729,000

rdutoit@koenigrubloff.com 778 N. WESTERN AVE | LAKE FOREST KoenigRubloff.com **Ann & Jeanne’s combined sales ©BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently operated subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, and a franchise of BHH Affiliates, LLC Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc.®


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Local Knowledge. World Class Service.

Jean&Donna ANDERSON

#1 NEW LISTING!

MANCUSO

191 N Mayflower Road, LAKE FOREST

951 Larkspur Court, LAKE FOREST

Timeless, understated elegance defines this custom-built original owner home, enhanced with exceptional quality and superb attention to detail. 1.38 acres nestled 5 Bds | 4.1 Baths | $1,995,000 on a quiet cul-de-sac lot. 951Larkspur.com OPEN SUNDAY 1—4 PM!

Jean Anderson | 847.460.5412 JAnderson@KoenigRubloff.com

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Agent in Lake Bluff/Lake Forest Market—Total Sales Volume, 1.1.16 to 12.31.16*

This classic Georgian is elegant yet warm and inviting. Every detail was considered in this exquisite residence with lovely perennial gardens. 4 car heated garage is a bonus! 5+1 Bds | 5.2 Baths | $3,950,000 Steps from Lake Michigan. 191Mayflower.com NEW LISTING!

CAREER SALES—OVER 500 MILLION

940 James Court, LAKE FOREST

Custom all brick home on professionally-landscaped, private cul-de-sac lot, with views of natural preserve from every window! Incredibly well-maintained with remarkable attention-to-detail. 940James.com 5 Bds | 4.1 Baths | $1,495,000

NEW PRICE!

1030 E Illinois Road, LAKE FOREST

Set on a spectacular 1.6-acre private lot, this French Country home, East of Sheridan Road is stately yet warm and inviting. With a beautifully flowing open floor plan for 5+1 Bds | 6.3 Baths | $3,695,000 entertaining or relaxing. 1030Illinois.com NEW LISTING!

110 S Suffolk Lane, LAKE FOREST

Beautiful brick Georgian has been meticulously maintained and features over 6,000 sq ft of living space on 3 levels. The backyard is a private paradise featuring a pool, hot tub, outdoor 5 +1 Bds | 6.2 Baths | $1,799,000 fireplace and putting green. 110Suffolk.com NEW LISTING!

119 E Laurel #202, LAKE FOREST

Wonderful bright and sunny East facing corner unit. Fabulous kitchen, great space for entertaining and dining. Two-sided fireplace. New furnace, storage unit and two parking spaces. 119eLaurelAve202.koenigrubloff.com 2 Bds | 2 Baths | $449,900

778 N. WESTERN AVE | LAKE FOREST KoenigRubloff.com * Source MRED (Detached Single , Attached Single, 2-4 units, Mobile Homes) ©BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently operated subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, and a franchise of BHH Affiliates, LLC Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc.®

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WELCOME HOME, MADA HITCHMOUGH!

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WINNETKA 7bed/7.1ba

WINNETKA 6bed/6.1ba

$3,395,000

GLENCOE

5bed/6.1ba

1170WESTMOOR.INFO 77MAPLEHILL.INFO 847.881.0200 Jena Radnay 847.881.0200 Susan Segal

$2,600,000

WILMETTE

6bed/5.2ba

$1,999,000

300GREENLEAF.INFO 847.881.0200 Leigh Gignilliat

847.881.0200

NE W !

790PROSPECT.INFO Milena Birov

$3,975,000

HIGHLAND PARK 4bed/2.1ba

$1,200,000

NORTHFIELD 3bed/2.1ba

$1,050,000

55MEADOWVIEW.INFO 847.432.0700 Virginia Trux

HIGHLAND PARK 5bed/3.2ba

$950,000

273CENTRAL.INFO 847.998.0200 Thomas Downing

847.998.0200

NE W !

777SHERIDAN.INFO Pickus/Powers

LAKE FOREST 5bed/2.1ba

WILMETTE 4bed/3.1ba

427ILLINOIS.INFO Tom McCarey

$875,000

WILMETTE

4bed/3.1ba

$799,000

HIGHLAND PARK 4bed/3.2ba

$799,000

GLENCOE

3bed/2.1ba

$799,000

1401WOODHILLLANE.INFO 2111WILMETTE.INFO 324NDEEREPARKWDR.INFO 427OLDGREENBAY.INFO 847.432.0700 Cynthia Tobin 847.295.0700 Robin Wilson 847.881.0200 Joyce Gallo 847.432.0700 Raechel Langenbach 847.998.0200

$650,000

WILMETTE 4bed/3ba

2501LAKEAVE.INFO 312.254.0200 Tom McCarey

NE W !

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$890,000

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4bed/3.1ba

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HIGHLAND PARK

3bed/2.1ba

3045CENTENNIALLANE.INFO 312.254.0200 Ira Berger

$579,000

847.432.0700


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PROUD LUXURY LEADER NORTH SHORE*

HIGHLAND PARK

7bed/5.1ba

$1,495,000

GLENCOE

5bed/5.2ba

$1,350,000

1475SUNSET.INFO 170NSHERIDANROAD.INFO Goldblatt/Gettleman 847.432.0700 Katie Traines 847.881.0200

LAKE BLUFF

4bed/2.1ba

231ENORTH.INFO Megan Jordan

WILMETTE 4bed/3.1ba

1253RIDGEROAD.INFO Barbara and John Mawicke

GLENCOE 554LONGWOOD.INFO MILENA BIROV

$920,000

847.295.0700

$794,000

WINNETKA 5bed/2.2ba

825FOXDALE.INFO 847.881.0200 Christina Fawcett

$779,000

GLENCOE

4bed/3.1ba

304DREXEL.INFO 847.881.0200 Susan Maman

$3,975,000 6BED/6.2BA 847.881.0200

$729,000

WILMETTE 3bed/2.1ba

6058TH.INFO 847.881.0200 Mary Baubonis

$695,000

847.881.0200 • 188 HARBOR | GLENCOE 5BED/5.3BATH $2,335,000 • 677 SHERIDAN | GLENCOE 6BED/6.2BATH $3,975,000 • 554 LONGWOOD | GLENCOE 6BED/6.2BATH $3,975,000 • 421 WARWICK | KENILWORTH 6BED/6.1BATH $3,975,000 • 966 PINE TREE | WINNETKA 6BED/6.1BATH $3,475,000 • 790 PROSPECT | WINNETKA 7BED/7.1BATH $3,975,000

LAKE BLUFF

3bed/2ba

$395,000

NORTHFIELD 2bed/2ba

$249,900

LAKE FOREST 1bed/1.1ba

$125,000

• 635 BLACKTHORN | WINNETKA 560 OAK | WINNETKA 6BED/5.1BATH $3,675,000 6BED/6.2BATH $4,275,000

• 1035 SHERIDAN | WINNETKA 1011WWASHINGTON.INFO 315CRESTWOOD.INFO 1301NWESTERNAVE121.INFO Megan Jordan 847.295.0700 Debra Kaden 847.998.0200 Jo Ellen Schlesinger 847.367.0500 www.heritageluxury.com 8BED/10.2BATH $13,750,000

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A-Rod is a hit — on the football field Rodriguez makes quick adjustment to middle linebacker, plays key role in LA win over Bishop Amat BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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ne of Anthony Rodriguez’s youth football coaches was Mr. Petree. Rodriguez, of Niles, played for the Park Ridge Falcons at the time. “Coach Petree always told me, ‘It takes guts to succeed in this sport,’ ” Rodriguez — aka prep football’s version of A-Rod — rec alled last weekend, after the senior middle linebacker helped L oyola Ac ademy def eat Bishop Amat (California) 13-6 in Northfield on Sept. 1. “In games,” he added, “I’d sometimes look over at him on the sideline and see him grab his stomach. That was his way of reminding me, ‘Time to get tough, time to use your guts.’ ” Rodriguez displayed his substantial intestinal fortitude in Bishop Amat’s final possession, hustling all over New Trier’s home field as a disruptive force. First down: Rodriguez sprinted toward LA’s sideline to limit Lancers junior quarterback Blake Archuleta to a three-yard gain. Second down: Rodriguez lunged for ward, about 10 yards f rom the line of scrimmage, to nearly intercept a pass. Fourth down: Rodriguez chased Archuleta in the Bishop Amat bac kfield, forcing an incomplete pass. At a time when most of the players on the field were either fatigued or banged up, Rodriguez — an outside linebacker for LA’s Class 8A state runner-up squad last fall — appeared as f resh and as ferocious as a starter on a game’s first possession. “His defense … he’s a rock,” Ramblers senior running back Hamid Bullie (13 carries, 37 yards) said. “Anthony can flatout play. He’s big and strong, a beast who plays with a lot of heart. His heart will take him a long way, will take us a long way. “I consider him one of the best linebackers in the state.” Rodriguez met his coaches’

after a Archuleta-Duru Kobinname connection on the first play f rom scrimmage, followed by a one-yard loss (with help f rom Rodriguez) after a completion to senior wideout Noah Guzman. Late in the fourth quarter, Ramblers senior defensive lineman Martin Geary sacked Archuleta four yards behind the line of scrimmage and tackled the scrambling QB two plays later for another loss. But that goal-line stand was the crucial sequence of the night, the resounding statement. And the gut-check. LA’s will was tested four times. A-Rod and Co. went 4-for4. Notable: Ramblers senior quarterback Q uinn Boyle completed 21 of 28 passes for 188 yards and paced the victors in rushing with 77 yards on 22 carries in the 13-6 defeat of visiting Bishop Amat last weekend. LA sophomore running back Tyler Flores (8 rushes, 33 yards) opened the scoring with a four-yard touchdown run at 3:00 of the first quarter, and Boyle’s sixyard keeper put LA up 13-3 at 4:57 of the third quarter. … Junior wide receiver Ror y Boos paced LA in catches (7) Loyola Academy’s Anthony Rodriguez brings down Bishop Amat’s Noah Guzman during Week 2 action. and receiving yards (106). PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER Senior wideout Dillon Grant decision to shift him f rom each week. I trust my team- the one-yard line, Archuleta NFL, found himself fielding was next, with all five of his outside linebacker to inside mates. Trust — you have to kept the snap and met a another round of questions receptions (for 51 yards) linebacker with skepticism. have that no matter where you massive wall of maroon-and- about a goal-line stand at the coming in the second half. … Loyola Academy hosts Mount gold gridders. But he eventually bought in, play.” end of Week 2. One Rambler wrapped his and it didn’t hurt that he had Nearly a week after Phillips “Two excellent games, two Carmel (2-0) on Sept. 9 (1:30 added 23 pounds of muscle to stunned visiting L oyola hands around the quarter- goal-line stands,” he said. “It’s p.m.). LA’s Ramblers topped the 6-foot f rame he flew Academy with a goal-line back’s left leg as if it were the nice to be [the winning coach] the Caravan 35-28 last fall at around with last fall and used stand to preser ve a 20-14 end of a tug-of-war rope. after a game with a goal-line Gately Stadium — also on The mitts belonged to Ro- stand. For our defense to do Sept. 9. … Bishop Amat, 7-4 to record 67 tackles (13 for victory, LA came through with loss), five sacks, three inter- similar resolve late in the third driquez, who lived on the that, to hold [Bishop Amat] last fall, did more than just ceptions and two forced quarter on the first day of West Side of Chicago before to six points with the injuries battle LA in a football game September. Bishop Amat, moving to Niles. fumbles. we have — that’s impressive.” last weekend in Northfield. “There’s a lot more to worry trailing 13-3, had a first-and“Heart,” he said of the LA (1-1) held the boys The contingent from Califorabout when you’re playing goal f rom the LA four-yard pivotal turnover on downs. f rom La Puente, California, nia also attended the Notre inside,” Rodriguez admitted. line, thanks to junior running “We had a lot of that going to two field goals (28 and 24 Dame football game in South “And you have to use different back Kenneth Collins’ 52-yard for us, along with pride.” yards). Ramblers junior de- Bend on Sept. 2; watched the techniques, shuffle your feet run. Ramblers football coach fensive back Jake Gonzalez Braves-Cubs game at Wrigley more, know how to shed The Lancers (0-2) gained John Holecek, who played welcomed the Lancers to Il- Field on Sept. 3; and spent blockers. But I’m fine with one yard, then two yards, then Rodriguez’s current position linois with a pair of stops that time on a boat on Lake Michthis position, and I know I’ll nothing. at the University of Illinois resulted in negative yardage igan. Now that’s a field trip. feel more comfortable with On fourth-and goal f rom and for eight seasons in the at the outset: minus-three


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The most aggressive marketing approach to efficient real estate sales & closings at 2017 fair market value prices!

1494 Wedgewood Dr Lake Forest

original list price: $4,9000,000 reserve price: $2,000,000

Open for inspection on:

Saturday, September 9th | 1-3pm Saturday, September 23rd | 1-3pm

Saturday, September 16th | 1-3pm Saturday, September 30th | 1-3pm

or shown by appointment by contacting: Peter Cummins | 847.710.6798 or Susan Maman | 847.878.5235 Bids open at 5:00 P.M. on Sunday, October 1st* *The owners are not obligated to accept any offer unless the price & terms of any contract submitted are satisfactory even if the reserve price is met or exceeded.

....making real estate sales a full contact sport... For more information or to schedule a showing on any of these offerings or to learn more about NSSS please contact Peter Cummins at 847-710-6798

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Bringing the energy Vibrant Mottlowitz serves as a strong front-row presence for HP volleyball team BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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reigning Co-member of the Month at Orangetheor y Fitness in Bannockburn knows a thing or two about playing volleyball for the Blue and W hite a t H i g h l a n d Pa rk H i g h School. Miranda Mottlowitz is her name, and she is a 5-foot-10 senior outside hitter for the Giants, who went 2-3 at the Summer’s End Tournament at New Trier last weekend and own a 4-5 overall record. The other Co-member of the Month at Orangetheor y Fitness (OF) in Bannockburn? None other than Mottlowitz’s mother, Lori. “ I star ted working out t h e r e s i x m o n t h s a g o, ” Miranda says of OF, which offers group personal workouts based on high-intensity inter val training for those looking for a regimen that is par t c ardio vascular, par t strength-centric. “ I t ’s g re a t , ” s h e ad d s . “ There’s rowing, lifting. It ’s about improving your power and strength and endurance.” One of HP ’s three returning all-Central S uburban League North selectees (with junior outside hitter Ireland Hieb and junior setter Allyson Gordon), Mottlowi t z , a t h i rd - ye a r v a r s i t y member, ser ves as a reliable f ront-row presence for Giants coach Beth Peterson’s crew. A versatile one, too. Peterson shifted Mottlowitz f rom outside hitter to r ight-side hitter af ter a season-opening, three-set loss to Niles West (a Class 4A Final Four team in 2016) on Aug. 22. “She’s willing to do whatever it takes to better the team,” Peterson says of Mottlowitz, who finished with 154 kills, 66 digs and 27 aces for a squad that went 18-14 (6-4 in the CSL North) last fal l. “ Ver y positive. S he keeps her teammates upbeat with her personality and her supportive, encouraging style of leadership.

Highland Park High School’s Miranda Mottlowitz tries to hammer down a spike during earlier action this fall. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

“I also like her high court IQ.” The tri-captain (with Gordon and senior outside

hitter Dana Pulfer) and Adversity club member looked up to her sister, Maxie, when Maxie played varsity ball at

HPHS. Big sis is a 6-foot outside hitter, captain and communication/digital media design major at Lake

Forest College these days. “I loved watching her play when she was in high school,” says Mottlowitz, whose father, Kevin, was a standout wrestler at the University of Illinois and married his Glenbrook South sweetheart. “Always positive, always moving, always on the go. Kept ever ybody on their toes.” Mottlowitz ranks third among Giants in kills (48) after nine matches this fall, behind Hieb (72) and junior outside hitter Olivia Carter (57). She struck a combined seven kills in Summer’s End Tournament wins over Argo a n d Ve r n o n H i l l s l a s t weekend. Earlier, in a 25-21, 23-25, 25-11 defeat of Niles North on Aug. 29, Mottlowitz smacked a team-high five aces. “Miranda is consistent and a great teammate,” Pulfer says. “The biggest thing with her — she’s always positive. If someone is feeling down, she’s there with a smile and the willingness to provide energ y and a good vibe. You’re never going to see her f rown. “One of my best f riends. She’s cool, like a sister to me. She has a shy side, and I see that side off the court. On the court, she’s not shy at all. She’s, ‘My ball, my ball,’ then … boom.” Mottlowitz’s attack stat (2 kills) was modest in a 29-27, 25-20 home loss to Lake Zurich High School on Aug. 24, but she kept 10 other balls in play and made only one error during a match in which the Giants near l y overcame a 24-19 deficit in the first set. “Bring energy, no matter where I’m playing,” Mottlowitz, a former club member of Cr ystal Lakebased Sky High Volleyball, says of her primar y role on the 2017 crew. “I like to make sure we’re all together and see to it that my teammates make the right choices.” A question for her team-

mates: “Orange” you glad Miranda Mottlowitz is a Giants spiker? Notable: Highland Park junior outside hitter Ireland Hieb blasted a team-high 14 kills in a 25-19, 25-19 defeat of Argo at the Summer’s End Tournament at New Trier on Sept. 2. Classmate and setter Allyson Gordon lofted 21 assists and had four digs. In

She has a shy side, and I see that side off the court. On the court, she’s not shy at all. She’s, ‘My ball, my ball,’ then … boom.” — Highland Park High School senior tri-captain and outside hitter Dana Pulfer opening day action a day earlier, HP thumped Vernon Hills 25-13, 25-13 behind a balanced attack. Hieb, senior Miranda Mottlowitz, junior Olivia Carter and sophomore Georgia Sullivan each finished with three kills. Hieb added three aces, and junior Ella Weil provided plenty of stability f rom her defensivespecialist spot. … Weil contributed 12 digs and three aces in HP ’s 25-15, 17-25, 25-17 win o ver Antioc h High School on Aug. 31. Carter hammered 12 kills, and Gordon amassed 33 assists. … HP got 13 more kills f rom Ireland Hieb and 28 assists and 11 digs f rom Gordon in a three-set Central Suburban L eague Nor th victor y over Niles North on Aug. 29.


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LF’s Summerville will open season on the sideline BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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ummerville. Lake Forest High S c h o o l ’s all-time leading rebounder, Maeve Summer ville, sustained a dreaded ACL tear in the summer and will be out for an extended period of time. “I’m hoping to be back by January,” said Summerville, who has grabbed 769 rebounds in three varsit y seasons. The three-year starter, who helped the Scouts to 23 wins and a Class 4A regional title last season, also ranks second in career blocks (157), second in career three-point field goals made (111) and fifth in career scoring (879 points). The 6-foot-1 Summerville, who plays her club basketball with ALL IN Athletics, incurred the injury during tournament action in July. “Bad news in July, that’s for sure,” Lake Forest head coach Kyle W ilhelm said. “It ’s

tough to lose a player of her caliber.” Summerville, a fun player to watch, was on pace to finish her career with the Scouts with 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds. “She’s a player with a ton of value,” added the coach. “Prior to the injury, she had improved in a lot of aspects of her game, especially offensively.” Wilhelm loves Summerville’s optimism. “Maeve’s a tough kid,” said Wilhelm. “She will do everything possible to come back and play this season.” Summer ville, a two-time all-NSC selection, has been a fierce rebounder and shot blocker. S he became the Scouts’ all-time leading rebounder last winter, eclipsing Grace Torkelson’s mark of 755. Her three-year total in blocks is second to Sarah Lake Forest High School’s Maeve Summerville goes for a rebound during regional action last season. Spain (218). PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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Outgoing Wettermann is all in Senior turns into a top playmaker for Lake Forest High School soccer team BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

A phone rings at the Wettermann house. It’s one of Christophe Wettermann’s grade-school teachers. Again. The boy had talked a bit too much at school. OK, maybe too much. The boy’s parents needed to know.

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hat was years ago. Wettermann is now a senior holding midfielder for the Lake Forest High School boys soccer team. He’s still loquacious, still fun-loving, still smiley, still ready to call today the best day of his life and listen carefully to your arguments if you think otherwise. “I like to talk,” the 6-foot, 165-pounder says with a contagious smile. “Yes, I did get in trouble when I was younger. But that’s me. I’m positive, and I like to interact with others. I smile a lot because it brightens the days of others.” Wettermann’s joy off the pitch

As a captain, as a leader, as a player, as a person, Christophe is awesome.”

Lake Forest High School’s Christophe Wettermann earned all-tourney honors at the recent North Shore Shootout. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

— Lake Forest High sport, guess what you get to do? You get to talk a lot.” School boys soccer coach But it was his formidable Rob Parry soccer game, not his vocal cords,

vision, too. He’s kind of a safetyfirst player; he reads defenses — dangerous ones — quite well, and he has a sense of when it’s which enabled Wettermann to best to start our attack from his doesn’t diminish a lick on it. But earn all-tournament honors at spot near midfield.” LFHS got off to a 1-2 start don’t think for a second he the North Shore Shootout, doesn’t take his favorite sport hosted by LFHS, last month. (all Shootout contests) but won — the one his father, Tom, The captain netted a pair of two of its next three matches to played, the one his older brother, goals, including one on a penalty even its mark at 3-3 through kick, in the Scouts’ 4-1 defeat of Aug. 31. Senior goalkeeper Alex, played — seriously. “My dad named me after his Highland Park High School on Thomas Capstick and sophofavorite German soccer player, Aug. 24 and followed up that more keeper John Walsh shared Christoph Preuss,” says Wet- fine effort with a one-goal, one- the shutout in a 2-0 defeat of termann, who played club soccer assist match in a 4-2 loss to host North Shore Country Day with Sockers FC as a freshman Carmel Catholic two days later. on Aug. 28, with Capstick “As a captain, as a leader, as a coming up with a clutch kick and made the Scouts’ varsity squad last fall, when a severe player, as a person, Christophe save on a penalty kick in the hamstring injury wiped out is awesome,” LFHS soccer coach second half. Scouts Jake Danneker and about two-thirds of his season. Rob Parry says. “He’s physical “Soccer … it’s a team sport. and tough, with an ability to spin Alan Cecherz tallied the goals When you’re a part of a team off people nice and easy. Great in the first half; Kean O’Connor

and Joey Williams provided the assists. On the next day, Aug. 29, a goal from O’Connor, on an assist from Cecherz, was all it took to solve Deerfield High School. Walsh’s nine saves helped, too. “I love our team; it has great team chemistry,” Wettermann says. “And I enjoy being around all of my teammates.” Wetterman was around soccer at an early age. His father, also a holding midfielder, played soccer for two seasons at Marquette University before a pair of ACL tears cut his competitive career short; he transferred to the University of Illinois. His brother, a Princeton graduate, also roamed pitches as a holding midfielder.

Wettermann, a caddie at Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest when he is isn’t driving lengthy passes to his forwards, is interested in playing soccer at the Division III level, maybe at one of the schools (University of Chicago) he is considering. Electrical or mechanical engineering might end up being his major. For now, Wettermann has designs on helping his team win regularly — and on talking whenever he feels like it. “He’s a playmaker who creates opportunities for us,” Danneker says. “Christophe keeps our shape, and he plays great ‘D’. Moves well, too, back and forth, which is really important. That left foot of his is powerful …

teams have to watch out for that. “And he’s a very outgoing guy,” Danneker adds. “He’s good with teachers, good with teammates, good with other students at school.” Notable: Scouts junior Thomas Cutting scored a goal, and sophomore teammate Carter Collis contributed an assist in Lake Forest High School’s 4-2 loss to Carmel Catholic in the match for fifth place at the North Shore Shootout at LF’s West Campus on Aug. 26. … LFHS sophomore goalkeeper John Walsh made eight saves in a 1-0 loss to Loyola Academy on Aug. 31.


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Life as a candidate a juggling act for Biss High School in Indiana: mathematics. He ended up commuting to Indiana University to take 12 advanced courses. “I was obsessed with mathematics,” Biss says, adding some of the math students in his classes were homeowners and had spouses. A 17-year-old Biss tutored a 24-year-old in the latter’s house. “We became good friends,” Biss says. Biss earned a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and a doctorate in mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before becoming a member of the University of Chicago’s mathematics faculty at the age of 25. Biss’ technique was Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL), whereby his students were presented with

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he book, Juggling for the Complete Klutz, came with three beanbags. State Sen. Daniel Biss (9th district) — an Evanstonian since 2006, a former state representative (17th district) and a Democratic gubernatorial candidate — received it as a gift from his grandmother. But Biss did not have to report it to comply with the Ethics in Government Act. He was 13. “I became a fairly serious juggler,” recalls the 40-year-old, sitting across from me on a bench outside Sarkis Café in Evanston on a sunny Sunday morning. “I ended up juggling balls, clubs, flaming torches. I juggled at a local circus [in Indiana] a couple of times as a kid. “Juggling and politics,” he adds with a smile, “are not dissimilar.” The busy, nattily attired man, who had ordered coffee and a gourmet omelet, informs me of his plans for the rest of the day: meet with others later in the morning; drive to Springfield for a session to address a public-school funding plan. The nature of the night before? The complete opposite. Biss, his wife, Karin, and their two boys (Elliot, 9, and Theodore, 7) hit a beach to relax and observe meteor showers. “We stayed there for about an hour,” Biss says. “Time with my kids has been precious since I announced my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor [on March 20 — exactly a year before the Democratic primary]. “Kids digging holes in the sand … what a wonderful sight. Kids, at times, can be complicated, but they’re also loving and insightful and fun, always fun, to be around. Elliot is a passionate reader. He told me one day, ‘I figured out the problem with the Harry Potter books — the male characters always end up more important than the female charac-

ters.’ Then he said, ‘I don’t like that.’ ” What Elliot’s father, the son of musicians and the brother of noted

State Sen. Daniel Biss pianist Jonathan Biss, loved as a student at Bloomington North

scripts of definitions and theorems and attempted the prove the results. They then presented the

proofs to their classmates, who critiqued the work under the supervision of Biss. “By allowing the students to teach and explain in front of the class, they developed a deeper level of knowledge,” Biss says. “It was rewarding for me to see a class develop cohesion through IBL.” After spending several years in the classroom and attaining the position of assistant professor of mathematics, Biss turned his attention to a field that had more to do with people than it had to do with numbers. Politics called. “I felt an urge to get involved with what was going on in our community,” says Biss, whose state senate district includes Evanston, Glencoe, Glenview, Golf, Morton Grove, Northbrook, Northfield, Skokie, Wilmette and Winnetka. “I started showing up at meetings, knocking on doors, talking to people, listening. I fell in love with the political arena.” One of his most rewarding moments as an elected official occurred during his term as a state representative (201113). He championed groundbreaking legislation, giving private-sector workers access to retirement savings accounts through their workplace and making Illinois the first state in the country to enact such a program. “There were 2.5 million workers in Illinois without a retirement plan, meaning most of them would have to rely only on Social Security and enter poverty after retiring,” Biss says. “The initiative was backed by both parties, at the state and national levels, but later died at both levels. I kept at it and felt strongly about it. Not all will join the program and benefit from it, but at least it’s an option now.” Biss is concerned about the shrinking middle class; retirement security is one way to rebuild it. “People are incredibly hungry to turn Illinois around, and that’s one

of the reasons I’m running for governor,” Biss says. “People and businesses are leaving our state; our state has become a wnational punch line. I want to change that perception. And a way to do that, or at least start the process, is by saying, ‘Let’s

I started showing up at meetings, knocking on doors, talking to people, listening. I fell in love with the political arena. — State Sen. Daniel Biss get it together and let’s come together.’ ” Before deciding to run for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Illinois, Biss sat down with his wife and children for lunch at home and made two lists with input from all. One described the good things that could come from running, and the other described the potential bad things. One of the fears on the bad side: “See less of Daddy.” But the good outnumbered the bad for the former college math professor. Biss was all-in, not all-integers. “My family means so much to me, and I felt it was important to get together with all of them on that day in December,” Biss says. “My wife has been great from the beginning. Intelligent, a desire for social justice, an appreciation for the arts, fun to be around — she has all of those qualities. If I’m considering something involving my campaign, I discuss it with her. I value her feedback and the way she sees things. “She often opens my eyes to what else is out there, presents a broader perspective. That’s a gift.”


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