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Just walking into Morton Grove Florist will probably bring some luck. The shop has rows and rows of what owner Sue Yang says are “lucky” bamboo plants. And some of that luck is bound to rub off.
Misplacing personal items such as laptops, cell phones, luggage or even pets is a predicament everyone wants to avoid. The ability to locate such objects quickly ends a myriad of potential problems. Morton Grove’s Andrew Tuch, Vice President of Sales for Real Technology Solutions [RTS] has found the solution with Stick-N-Find.
Dimitrios Merageas says he learned from the best. As the owner of Mykonos restaurant in Niles, he’s been serving hungry customers for 32 years. But his inspiration came from a fellow chef from his homeland.
MORTON GROVE — When customers walk into Maier’s Bakery and Frank Silvio is there, they say hello, ask how he’s feeling and wish him well, an acknowledgment of his cancer diagnosis.
SKOKIE — Since opening an ethnic bakery at Dempster Avenue and Lincolnwood Drive in Skokie one year ago, Transylvanian transplant Ovidiu “Ovy” Pop has revealed the sweet side of his native European region which is better known for vampire mythology than its baked goods.