• Siam Marina’s Thai banana duck curry ($25) is one of many Asian fusion dishes available at the Tinley Park restaurant, which is to celebrate its 23rd anniversary in November. Photos by Tim Carroll/22nd Century Media

    Nowhere near terminal velocity at Siam Marina

    October 23, 2017 By Tim Carroll, Sports Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    What do electrical engineering and running an Asian fusion restaurant have in common?

  • Panang curry, pictured with the chicken option ($10.95), is a moderately spicy curry at Joy of Thai in Orland Park. Photos by Amanda Stoll/22nd Century Media

    Thai eatery serves authentic, fresh food off the beaten path

    October 20, 2017 By Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Nestled in a small shopping center on the edge of Orland Park is a restaurant that may be easy to miss, unless diners know where to look for it. Joy of Thai has been around for nearly four years, and owner Joy Lindsey said it has quite a following.
  • Pictured are Leo and Kathleen DeLair, owners of the CornStalk Farm at 13901 Wolf Road in Orland Park. Photo submitted

    DeLair’s celebrates 30 years, offers intimate farm experience in Orland Park

    October 19, 2017 By Ryan Terrell, Freelance Reporter News
    DeLair’s CornStalk Farm marked 30 years in business last month, but for the DeLair family the annual fall festival is anything but a business. The DeLairs have hosted generations of Orland Park families at their small farm at the corner of 139th Street and Wolf Road in the month of October ...
  • Sandburg sophomore Max Farley attentively watches his iron shot fly toward the green Saturday, Oct. 14, during the second round of the Illinois High School Association boys golf Class 3A state final. Clark Brooks/PhotoNews

    Farley finishes four strokes shy of cracking boys golf's state Top 10

    October 18, 2017 By Tim Carroll, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Sandburg sophomore Max Farley said that his goals for the season were to win conference and finish Top 10 in the state.
  • Sandburg junior Hannah Kilbane strikes an iron during the final round of the Illinois High School Association state final Saturday, Oct. 14, in Forsyth. Douglas Cottle/PhotoNews

    Girls golf: Kilbane has program’s best state finish in 20-plus years

    October 17, 2017 By Tim Carroll, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    It does not get much more consistent than Sandburg’s Hannah Kilbane was over her two days in the Illinois High School Association girls golf Class 2A state final.

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