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Musician TOM MORELLO performs with other musicians in a crowd of people at the Petrillo bandshell in Grant Park during an anti-Nato gathering in downtown Chicago on May 20, 2012. Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

LAURIE PENNY, a journalist with The Independent, is pushed by a Chicago Police officer while following protesters through the streets of downtown Chicago during NATO Summit protests on May 20, 2012. Penny was showing her press badge while telling the officer that she was a journalist.  Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

A protesters sprays silly string during a NATO Summit protest outside of the Boeing Corporation in downtown Chicago on May 21, 2012.  Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

Protesters hold up peace signs as the Chicago Police move in to redirect a march during a NATO Summit protest in downtown Chicago on May 21, 2012. The Chicago Police later let the protesters move through the street. Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

A Chicago Police officer bumps fists with a protesters after the protester performed a back flip in front of police during a NATO Summit protest outside of the Prudential building in downtown Chicago on May 21, 2012.  Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

Protesters raise peace signs after ending their march at Grant Park with “The Bowman” statue behind them, after protesting the NATO Summit and ICE (Immigrant Detention Camp) in downtown Chicago on May 21, 2012.  Credit Image: © Michael Jarecki/ZUMAPRESS.com

 

 

 

 

Quentin Shaw (third from left) of Chicago, shows how to play a “tareja” drum during a North African Drumming and Dance Master Class workshop lead by Shaw and band members of Chicago Aissawa at the 19th Century Club in Oak Park on Sunday, April 29, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Chicago Aissawa band member Heather McQueen plays the “tibla” drums while performing with the band during a North African Drumming and Dance Master Class workshop with Quentin Shaw (not pictured) and Chicago Aissawa at the 19th Century Club in Oak Park on Sunday, April 29, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Chicago Aissawa band members Mike Smith (left) and Jordan Karol play the “nefar” while performing during a North African Drumming and Dance Master Class workshop with Quentin Shaw (not pictured) and Chicago Aissawa at the 19th Century Club in Oak Park on Sunday, April 29, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Band members of Chicago Aissawa perform playing various percussion instruments from Morocco during a North African Drumming and Dance Master Class workshop with Quentin Shaw and Chicago Aissawa at the 19th Century Club in Oak Park on Sunday, April 29, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media
Lyons Township sophomore Emily Lange (20, right) battles Lincoln-Way North junior Leigh LaRocco (13) for the ball during the home game on Saturday, March 31, 2012. Lyons Township defeated Lincoln-Way North 2-1. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Lincoln-Way North goalkeeper Michelle Balcerzak (0) reacts after letting in the game winning goal during the match against Lyons Township on Saturday, March 31, 2012. Lyons Township defeated Lincoln-Way North 2-1. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Naperville Youth Chess Club member Bradley Guan 14, competes against teammate Jacob Zhou 11, (not pictured) during the Intercontinental Scholastic Team Championship Chess Tournament at the Oak Brook Double Tree Hotel on Sunday, April 1, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Trinity senior Taylor Lang (7) dives to stop a hard hit ground ball during the game against Marist at Triton College in River Grove on Thursday, March 29, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

 

Isabel Nold 7, of Glenview looks as Scott Heinrichs, Founder of Flying Fox Conservation Fund passes by with a “three banded armadillo” rolled in a ball during a presentation about bats and other mammals at the Glenview Public Library on Saturday, January 21, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Scott Heinrichs, Founder of Flying Fox Conservation Fund holds “Ruby,” a red tail boa constrictor during a presentation about bats and other mammals at the Glenview Public Library on Saturday, January 21, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Mandy Hileman 6, of Glenview looks as Scott Heinrichs, Founder of Flying Fox Conservation Fund passes by with “Franky” a Fennec Fox, during a presentation about bats and other mammals at the Glenview Public Library on Saturday, January 21, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Scott Heinrichs, Founder of Flying Fox Conservation Fund feeds “Nova,” a small tooth palm civet, a banana during a presentation about bats and other mammals at the Glenview Public Library on Saturday, January 21, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Scott Heinrichs, Founder of Flying Fox Conservation Fund passes by with a “Straw Colored Fruit Bat” while Izzy Jordan 9, of Glenview shoots a video during a presentation about bats and other mammals at the Glenview Public Library on Saturday, January 21, 2012. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media
American Girl Dolls sit in a pile during the American Girl Doll Tea Party at the Winnetka Public Library on Sunday, January 8, 2012.                                   | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Loyola’s Bo Murray (65) and Glenbrook North’s Parker Roth (44) battle for the puck during the game at the Winnetka Ice Rink on Sunday, January 8, 2012. Loyola shutout Glenbrook North 2-0. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Loyola’s Willy Palivos (8) backhands the puck over Glenbrook North goaltender Sam Berlin (31) scoring during the first period of the home game on Sunday, January 8, 2012. Loyola shutout Glenbrook North 2-0. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Loyola’s Matthew Gavula (23) checks Glenbrook North’s Ryan Maksimovic (14) during the home game on Sunday, January 8, 2012. Loyola shutout Glenbrook North 2-0. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

Giuseppe Lollino, owner and master roaster of Caffe Italia in Chicago, tops off a cappuccino coffee with chocolate at the restaurant on Saturday, January 7, 2012. Giuseppe and his son Angelo re-opened the cafe in December of 2011 after being closed down from a fire that destroyed the building in 2009. The father son team roast their own coffee beans on the premises and have a full food menu along with wine and spirits. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

 

St. Patrick junior Loren Horton (21) drives to the net during the home game against St. Joseph on Thursday December 22, 2011. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

St. Patrick freshman Nicholas Coleman (12) guards St. Joseph sophomore Michael brooks (12) during the home game on Thursday December 22, 2011. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

Stevenson goaltender Sam Schmaren (94) makes a save in the game against Naperville Central during the 18th Annual High School Holiday Hockey Classic on Monday, December 26, 2011. Stevenson defeated Naperville Central 3-1. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

Stevenson senior Michael Varshavsky (13) fires the puck on net scoring the first goal during the 18th Annual High School Holiday Hockey Classic on Monday, December 26, 2011. Stevenson defeated Naperville Central 3-1. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

Stevenson senior Michael Varshavsky (13) skates past his bench after scoring the first goal of the game during the 18th Annual High School Holiday Hockey Classic on Monday, December 26, 2011. Stevenson defeated Naperville Central 3-1. | michael jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media

 

 

 

Evanston junior Jack Anderson (27) pitches in relief of juinor Jordan Crawford (32, not pictured) during the regional game against Maine South in Evanston on Saturday, May 28, 2011. | Michael Jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media
Edwin and Barbara Rossow, of Wilmette pose for a portrait during the annual Wilmette Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 30, 2011. The flag which has 45 stars, has been passed down in the family for years. | Michael Jarecki ~ for Sun-Times Media