The Italian marketplace at NorthPark Center hosted its first all-access event to celebrate high-quality food and drink.Read more
Over 2 million people viewed bright orange, life-like statues spread across the courtyard and corridors at NorthPark Center before the exhibit moved on in late fall.Read more
The tree lighting will return in person with seasonal treats, a balloon artist, holiday music, a photo booth, and an opportunity to donate to “Toys for Tots.”Read more
A turkey shortage? Baloney. Despite breathless proclamations and dire warnings, there is no real turkey shortage, Kersten Rettig says.
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New shopping, new dining, and more has arrived in the area, or is coming soon.Read more
Eataly inspires, it’s a visual feast. And thanks to some new art, it’s even moreso.
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The neighborhood grocery and specialty food shop is closing its Highland Park Village location after June 27 but hoping to open a new store nearby. (See below for what will fill that location in The Village).Read more
Pandemic precautions won’t prevent NorthPark Center from going overboard with Christmas decorations, though they will require making sessions and storytimes with the mall’s beloved Santa Claus virtual.Read more
Seeing Santa this year could look a bit like visiting a jailed relative: Expect a transparent barrier to separate guests from the world’s most beloved home invader.Read more
SKULDUGGERY OF THE WEEK: CRIMINAL DISTANCING? Perhaps due to fear of COVID-19 spreading or Macy’s growing reputation for catching shopliftersRead more
NorthPark Center management is closing the mall to the public beginning at 5 p.m. March 20 to prevent the spreadRead more