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Boys tennis make their return

Boys tennis make their return

After two full years off, boys tennis opened their season against tough competition.  “We started with a main invitational with some D1 schools, like USM and Notre Dame and Catholic memorial,”...

Walkout organized for May 18

Walkout organized for May 18

Abi Knox May 17, 2021

Amid more instances of police brutality and racism coming to light across the nation, Lauryn Evans and Sheta Schutz, freshmen, organized a walkout on Tuesday, May 18th to protest continuing racial...

The Shorewood Fire Department building on Murray Ave. The building, over 90 years old, was almost torn down, but the historical society advocated for its preservation.

Historical society hosts presentation series on historical preservation

Ethan McKaig April 28, 2021

The Shorewood Historical Society is hosting a series of three presentations that discuss Shorewood’s historical architecture, titled “Shorewood Architecture Reflects Village History: How Can We Leverage...

Storefront of Just Goods, a shop that sells locally sourced trinkets and art.

Local businesses hope to survive the winter

Noe Goldhaber and Jonah Javorsky December 26, 2020

While the pandemic has made holiday shopping look different this year, businesses like Just Goods and SKN BAR have adapted to remain safe. Business owners and managers have had to be creative to overcome...

The new Blooming Lotus Bakery location on Maryland Ave in Shorewood. From muf-
fins to scones, they offer a variety of baked goods pertaining to dietary restrictions.

Blooming Lotus opens storefront in Shorewood

Ellie DeWeerdt and Lulu Fregoso November 21, 2020

The Blooming Lotus bakery has recently opened a new Shorewood location. Free of grain, gluten, egg, dairy, cane sugar, oils, soy and yeast, this bakehouse is a trailblazer for restaurants looking to offer...

Local artists display work around the village

Natasha Davis November 21, 2020

For the month of November, the Shorewood Artists Guild is holding a fall art auction and gallery to showcase some new pieces.  Starting Nov. 2, the artworks of the 14 participating artists are available...

A skeleton bows his head at an outdoor table at Draft & Vessel. The establishment, like many others, is wondering how they will safely serve customers as the chillier months approach.

Winter months pose threat to safe seating

Camille Talarczyk October 15, 2020

In the midst of a global pandemic, restaurant seating can already be very complicated. But as the chillier months approach, inhibiting the ability to arrange seating outside, organizing a safe seating...

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