70. Barrington Foot and Ankle Specialist Dr. James Baird Offers New State-of-the-Art Treatments

 If you’re plagued by nagging pains or injuries that just won’t heal, Dr. James Baird of Family Foot & Ankle Specialists has two revolutionary new treatments that can help you get back on your feet. His brand-new Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT), and ultrasound-guided injections are offering many patients lasting relief from common podiatric ailments–and in a fraction of the time ... Read more...

43. Warm Your Valentine’s Heart with Heinen’s Grocery

 With only a slight warm-up in the forecast ahead, we’re all going to be looking for other ways to warm our Valentine’s hearts this week. Whether you’re preparing a romantic meal, planning class parties, or satisfying a loved one’s sweet tooth, Heinen’s has lots of great ways to show your love. Don’t we all need a little color in our ... Read more...

38. Hough Street School Hosts Cardboard Arcade Challenge

 This week Hough Street elementary students rose to a new challenge: the school’s inaugural cardboard arcade challenge. They started with boxes (think cereal boxes all the way up to sectional sofa boxes), then used their imaginations to transform the hum-drum containers into awesome games their classmates could play. It took creativity, patience, and perseverance to get the job done. Oh, ... Read more...

33. Barrington Author Inspires “Culture of Generosity” with New Book

 Rem Stokes knows that talking about money makes most of us a little uncomfortable, but he argues the reward is well worth the exercise in his new book titled Cultivating Generosity: Giving What’s Right, Not What’s Left. Rem is an author, teacher, veteran fundraiser and a two-year resident of The Garlands of Barrington. He’s also a voracious reader, and a tireless advocate for ... Read more...

354. Little Shop of Papers has Gifts Galore

 If you’re still in the market for gifts this holiday season, we have a great new local resource for you. Okay, maybe not new, but most definitely reimagined, refreshed, and restocked. Little Shop of Papers, located in the Foundry of Barrington, has long been a destination for custom cards and invitations. Did you know, though, that they’ve recently expanded their ... Read more...

351. Heinen’s Holiday Entertaining with Style

 It’s true that there’s no place like home for the holidays, but be sure to stop at Heinen’s grocery store on your way. Whether you’re a gracious host or a grateful guest, they have just what you need, all in one place. From gift-worthy produce to scene-stealing main courses, Heinen’s is ready to help you celebrate the holiday season in style. ... Read more...

345. Learning Trek Academy is Growing!

 Denise Tenyer started Learning Trek Academy with one goal in mind: to make literacy learning fun for young children. She’s been doing just that for over twelve years now, and has inspired countless preschoolers and kindergartners on their learning journeys. As they travel the road from Alphabet Adventurers to Reading Rangers, her students become readers, building all-important confidence along the ... Read more...

331. Five Reasons to Beat the Holiday Heft with CrossFit Barrington

 Each holiday season, many of us start off with the best of intentions: just one appetizer, one drink, or one sweet at any given event. But it’s all so delicious, and the company’s so delightful…and pretty soon we’ve lost our resolve for good. But what if we strengthened our resolve instead of losing it? This year can be different, according ... Read more...

319. Behind the Scenes for BYDE’s 19th Annual Nutcracker

 In what has become a favorite holiday tradition, the Barrington Youth Dance Ensemble (BYDE) will present its 19th season of The Nutcracker from December 6-8 at Barrington High School’s Richard C. Johnson Auditorium. Attendees also have the choice to join the cast for Clara’s Tea, which will be held this year on December 7th and 8th at 12:30 p.m. Directed by ... Read more...

295. Holiday Inspiration Awaits at TT Patton

 If you stroll by TT Patton’s display window on Station Street, you’ll see holiday cards adorning the secretary. Some are engraved, others letterpress, but all are works of art as unique as a custom-printed snowflake. Owner Theresa Patton isn’t trying to alarm you—she knows it’s mid-November—but now is the time to start thinking about the season just around the corner. After ... Read more...

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