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Lyric Opera’s “Aida” is more about the consequences of love

[ad_1] Reginald Smith Jr. is fresh off playing the (elderly) Emile in Terence Blanchard’s opera “Champion” Lyric Opera is having a great 2024 on stage. As King Amonasro of Ethiopia, the imposing baritone with a cane serves as the moral conscience in director Francesca Zambello’s staging of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Aida,” …

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Christina Stankus and Bartlett beat Waubonsie Valley

[ad_1] young pitcher Christina Stankus For Bartlett, it is often heard before it is seen. He’s not shy about making his presence known on the softball field. “I’m a pretty extroverted person,” Stankus said. “I like everyone to know I’m here. I’m very loud and I like to be a …

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Naperville Police Arrested March 11-12 – Chicago Tribune

[ad_1] The following items are taken from Naperville police reports and press releases. Arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt: A 28-year-old woman from Joliet was arrested at 5:27 a.m. on March 11 at 1350 Aurora Ave. He was arrested at the police station on charges of burglary and …

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Ena and Ani Gilliana from Valparaiso are on the same road

[ad_1] There is a one-year age difference between Valparaiso junior Ani Gilliana and sophomore Ena Gilliana. But that might be where the differences end. They are often confused with twins. “I think we are both similar in every way, and the older we get, the more similarities we see,” Ani …

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Zoe Kinsella takes over as head of Libertyville

[ad_1] Libertyville’s Zoe Kinsella was a quick study on the softball field. When she was 5 years old, her older sister Caeli’s 10U travel team needed a player for their last game of the tournament. “That’s how it all started for me,” Kinsella said. “I remember going out to bat …

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Naperville Central’s Nicole Sacek shines in debut

[ad_1] Naperville Central freshman Nicole Sacek felt a little nervous before her high school debut on Wednesday. But sophomore forward Malia Shen calmed Sacek with sage advice ahead of the Redhawks’ season opener against Burlington Central. “I told him it was okay to just relax and have fun,” Shen said. …

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Ken Buck’s retirement creates more chaos in House GOP

[ad_1] Ken Buck is fed up. The Republican lawmaker from Eastern Colorado had already announced (last November) that he would retire from Congress at the end of his term. But apparently that’s not near enough. On Tuesday, he suddenly surprised many on Capitol Hill, especially his fellow Republicans, by speeding …

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Brooke Carlson, Aurora-Elgin’s top girls basketball player

[ad_1] It can happen suddenly when the high school girls basketball season ends. The routine of the previous four months is over and will never be the same again for the elderly. It’s not his record-breaking career or wins and losses that challenge Batavia. Brooke Carlson leave behind. It’s the …

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