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A newly mapped protein of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The structure was solved by a team including the University of Chicago, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine. (Image courtesy: Joachimiak…

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FLASHBACK 2012

HJWC wraps up a spectacular season, installs new Executive Board at Salt Creek Tennis Club

(from left) Michelle Spellman, Courtney McCarthy, Denise Howe (above); 2011-12 Executive Board (below)…

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on May 9, 2012 at 7:00pm — 1 Comment

Flashback 2012

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Flashback 2012 | Wellness House Walk

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Flashback 2012 | The Community House

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on April 5, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Les Turner ALS Foundation Raised More than $525,000 through the 25th Annual “Hope Through Caring” Award Dinner Dance

(Skokie, Ill.) March 27, 2012– On Saturday, March 17, the Les Turner ALS Foundation held its 25th Annual “Hope Through Caring” Award Dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. The event, which raised more than $525,000, was hosted by author Jonathan Eig and honored the family of A. William “Bill” Haarlow III. Guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, a silent and live auction, a paddle raise and video presentation. Proceeds from the Award Dinner help fund medical research, clinical care,…

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Added by Hinsdale Magazine on April 5, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Red Devils Boys' Tennis overpowers Deerfield in season-opener

BURNS FIELD--The highly-touted Hinsdale Central Boys' Tennis team did not disappoint in its opening match of 2012, defeating perennial state contender Deerfield, 8-1.  The Red Devils won both singles matches, and suffered their only defeat at Doubles Court No. 6, 7-5 in a decisive third-set tiebreak.

Results:

1st Singles  (HC) MARTIN JOYCE def. (Deerfield) Jason Brown, 7-5, 4-6, 7-5
2nd Singles  (HC) MICHAEL LORENZINI def. (Deerfield) Jack Kasbeer, 6-2,…
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Red Devils Softball rallies to top Niles West

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on March 29, 2012 at 12:49pm — No Comments

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR!

We are currently registering for the 2012-2013 school year.  St. John pre-school offers classes for 2-5 year olds.  We offer both half day and full day programs with extended care.  For more information, call Janet Hardy at 630 969-7987.  St. John  also offers half day summer camps from June through July!  Come check us out!!

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Local NCAA Tournament Games

(4) Wisconsin vs. (13) Montana: Thursday, 1:10 p.m.—TNT

East Regional—Albuquerque

(3) Marquette vs. (14) Iona/BYU: Thursday, approx. 1:45 p.m.--CBS

West Regional--Louisville…

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on March 11, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Hinsdale Women's Tournament Results

BURR RIDGE--Six-time APTA national champion Mary Doten teamed up with Jackie Edgewater to capture the Women's A title at the 2012 Hinsdale Tournament late this afternoon.

Doten and Edgewater defeated the experienced tandem of Sarah Opler and Maria Mohl, 6-2, 6-2, in an entertaining final to claim the title.  Prior to that, they downed JoAnn Williams and Jackie Nelson, 6-0, 6-0, in the semifinals.

Edgewater, who played Series VIII for the Hinsdale Park District this season,…

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on March 9, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Hinsdale Paddle Women take to the courts for a wonderful cause

HINSDALE--Several dozen paddle women from the Hinsdale Park District and Hinsdale Golf Club teamed up to benefit children and adults with special needs at Cupid Courts Misericordia earlier today.

The women engaged in friendly competition at Salt Creek Club, Katherine Legge Memorial Park, and Hinsdale Golf Club throughout the morning and afternoon, raising money for Misericordia in the process.

Founded in 1921, Misericordia is a Catholic-based campus located on the north side of…

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Introducing Hinsdale 60521 Magazine's Exclusive Photographer, Marcello Rodarte!

Enjoy more of Marcello Rodarte's beautiful photos! http://www.marcellorodarte.com/

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Red Devils fall to red-hot Lions at home

HINSDALE—Lyons Township stunned archrival Hinsdale Central, 66-54, in the latest installment of a storied rivalry.

            The Lions (7-10, 3-2 West Suburban Silver) were the more vivified team from the outset, cutting swiftly to the basket, capturing loose balls, and making the hustle plays integral to coming out with a win.

            “This is a tough one to swallow,” Hinsdale senior forward Tom Garvin said.  “We just didn’t come ready to play today.  They were just…

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on January 20, 2012 at 9:51pm — No Comments

Hinsdale Falcons 4th Grade Cheerleaders capture state crown

By Mike Ellis

            Both the sixth and fourth grade Falcon cheerleading squads captured state titles at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates in early December.  But while the two squads achieved the same result, they followed different paths along the way.

            Fourth grade is the youngest age group within the IRCA, and the Falcon fourth-graders wasted little time in seizing the state title in their first year together.

            The fourth-grade dance…

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Hinsdale Falcons grab 6th grade state cheerleading title

By Mike Ellis         

            Both the sixth and fourth grade Falcon cheerleading squads captured state titles at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates in early December.  But while the two squads achieved the same result, they followed different paths along the way.

             Victory tasted sweet for the sixth grade squad, which finished second at the Illinois Recreational Cheerleading Association state meet two years ago.

            “It felt really…

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Added by Hinsdale Magazine on January 12, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Red Devil Girls come out flat, get trounced by Trevians

HINSDALE—Hinsdale Central lost its second straight home game, falling to New Trier, 54-34, earlier this evening.

            The Red Devils trailed throughout the contest, committing the type of errors one might expect from a team playing its first game as a collective unit—not its seventeenth.

           “We didn’t do anything well,” Hinsdale head coach Tom McKenna said disgustedly.  “It was certainly a very poor performance.  We just didn’t come to play, and we got…

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Added by Mike Ellis, Hinsdale60521 Sports on January 10, 2012 at 9:53pm — No Comments

Red Devils lose consolation finals to St. Joseph, finish 2-2 at Proviso West Holiday Tournament

HILLSIDE—Hinsdale Central fell to St. Joseph, 75-61, in the finals of the consolation bracket at the 51st annual Proviso West Tournament.

Senior forward Tom Garvin propelled the Red Devils (7-4) with 22 points and four rebounds, while freshman forward-center Matt Rafferty contributed 12 points and eight rebounds.

Paul Turner led the Chargers (7-5) with 19 points, and A.J. Patty added 13 points and 21 rebounds.

“We all hustled and played our hearts out, but I…

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4 Steps to Spruce Up Outdoor Spaces

The combination of heat, precipitation and use can dull the appearance and function of different outdoor spaces like textiles, light fixtures, furniture, decks and more. Try these cleaning solutions to spruce up outdoor living areas and get them in shape for patio season. Find more cleaning tips and a limited-time discount code for a S1800 electric power washer at Briggsandstratton.com/OutdoorCleaning.

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