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Dominick's Finer Foods Inc

101 North Randall Road
Algonquin, IL 60156
(847) 458-8329

Algonquin IL News

Jan 12, 2018

After three decades, downtown Barrington flower shop closing

So, a full cycle from birth until death, they come to their local florist and you feel like you've been there with them."Employee Barb Eppolito of Algonquin said she met Bremner about 15 years ago. She said she's enjoyed her design work and customers at the shop."I'm happy for (Bremner and her husband) to retire and go on to the next chapter in their lives," Eppolito said.Although known for its tulips imported directly from the Netherlands and selections from South America, the business has not been just about flowers. Bremner's store became a showcase for local artists every two months through her support of a Barrington nonprofit organization.Diane Morino, steering committee chair of the Barrington Cultural Arts Center, said Bremner's support was appreciated."She'll be sorely missed," Morino said. "She really will be, on many levels."Jeani Allaway, a cultural arts steering committee member and 30-year Barrington resident, said she always could count on getting a nice gift quickly at the Fresh Flower Market. She also complimented Bremner's novelty flower displays."She has a unique taste in flowers," Allaway said.Saying she didn't want to see another pretty shop fold, Bremner purchased the Fresh Flower Store 16 years ago after a deal with another potential owner fell through. However, she could not find a suitable buyer for her business."Now, I feel bad that nobody is taking over for me," said Bremner, who plans to spend more time with her husband and family along with possibly getting involved in prairie restoration as a volunteer. "It's bittersweet." #article_video {width:100%;margin:25px 0;max-width:576px;overflow:hidden;} ... (Chicago Daily Herald)

Jun 22, 2016

Memorial Day observances across the suburbs today

Ceremony at 11 a.m. at village hall. Free. Algonquin Memorial Day Parade: 10 a.m. today. American Legion Post 1231 parade begins near the veterans' monument at the Algonquin Cemetery, proceeds south down North Main Street to Front Street, and then ends at Riverfront Park. Arlington Heights Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony: 97th annual parade steps off at 9:30 a.m. today from village hall, 33 S. Arlington Heights Road; heads west on Sigwalt to Dunton, then north on Dunton to Euclid, west on Euclid to Chestnut and south to Memorial Park. Ceremony at 11 a.m. honors those lost in war, including the 58 Arlington Heights men who died from the Civil War to Afghanistan. For details, email Aurora Memorial Day Parade: Noon today, from Benton and River, then east on Benton, north on Broadway, west on Downer Place and ending at River Street. Reviewing stand will be in front of the David L. Pierce Art and History Center at 20 E. Downer Place for best viewing. Theme is "In Memory of Many … In Honor of All." Barrington Memorial Day Parade: 10:30 a.m. today, at Cook and Main streets. Residents and members of the VFW then walk to Evergreen Cemetery for a short service to commemorate those who died in service to their country. Free. Bartlett Memorial Day Walk a... (Chicago Daily Herald)

Feb 3, 2016

Ottawa painter Nicole Allen finds inspiration in nature's beauty

Founder of Crimson Training Solutions Inc., moved to Ottawa in 1997 where she received an applied museum studies diploma at Algonquin College. With two young children, she continued crafting her painting skills by attending classes at the Ottawa School of Art. Today, Charlie is 15, and Sydney is 12, who according to Allen, “is also very artistic” while her husband provides the “muscle behind every art fair and show. “I don’t remember not drawing or painting,” says Allen, who six years ago put her toe into the art market for the first time by participating in a small mixed show at Irene’s Pub on Bank Street. All of her paintings sold, prompting her to paint full time. Allen’s art is luscious and bold; she achieves this effect by using acrylic paints in layers over charcoal, Conté and ink. Her impressionistic landscapes use colour fearlessly and, she says, appeal more to men, as do her giant canvases of crows or cardinals with attitude. Her floral still-life paintings, which are both blocky and delicate, are favourites with women.  When I ask whether a painting of vibrant poppies seen from a bee’s vantage point, called Order in the Chaos, was inspired by her own garden, she laughs and emphatically says, “No.” She confesses her back garden in the Glebe is a “work in progress” since the construction of an infill next door displaced many of her plants. Instead, inspiration came from a photo in an old English gardening magazine.  Giant paintings of birds and rugged landscapes tend to appeal more to men. Wayne Cuddington / Ottawa Citizen Surprised and delighted by her art success, Allen also seems unfazed by it. Gearing up for her third active year of painting and exhibiting, she realizes the vocation was always there. I point to a painting with fluttering petals of white cosmos, and ask its name.  “We each have our own path,” she says with a smile. Where to find Nicole Allen’s work The Artist Project, Contemporary Art Fair, Feb. 18-21 at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto. Gallery Representation: Canvas Gallery, Toronto (; in2art Gallery, Oakville Bloomfield Flowers, 783 Bank St., Ottawa ( Her website at Ailsa Francis blogs at Blackstone home built for New Home Buyer's Guide sells to young familyDownsizer recalls the move from family home to condoAdvice from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and movers Two Men and a Truck... (Ottawa Citizen)

Feb 2, 2016

Fall 2016 Children's Sneak Previews

Alice Brière-Haquet, illus. by Olivier Philipponneau and Raphaële Enjary, a concept book narrated by a bear and emphasizing counting and sizes. ALGONQUIN YOUNG READERS Algonquin Young Readers wets its whistle with The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill, in which a girl raised by a witch, a swamp monster, and a Perfectly Tiny Dragon must unlock the magic inside her to save her loved ones; The Entirely True Story of the Unbelievable F.I.B.: Over the Underworld by Adam Shaughnessy finds friends ABE and Pru in the land of Norse mythology on another assignment for the Fantasy Investigation Bureau; Brightwood by Tania Unsworth, about a girl fighting to save herself and her home from a mysterious intruder; Ghostly Echoes: A Jackaby Novel by William Ritter, a new murder case for Sherlockian detective of the supernatural Jackaby; and Wrecked by Maria Padian, offering a he-said she-said narrative of a college freshman’s sexual assault. AMICUS Amicus is on its mark to get set and go with The Race by Rachel Bach, a beginning reader title featuring a BMX race; I’ll Be a Chef by Connie Colwell Miller, illus. by Silvia Baroncelli, about a boy who pretends to be a master chef while cooking in the kitchen with his dad; Henry’s Track and Field Day: The Tortoise and the Hare Remixed by Connie Colwell Miller, illus. by Victoria Assanelli, presenting a modern retelling of the Aesop fable; Do You Really Want to Yell in a Cave?: A Book About Sound by Daniel Maurer, illus. by Teresa Alberini, in which two kids learn about echoes, sound waves and properties of sound; and Follow the Tap Water! A Journey Down the Drain by Bridget Heos, illus. by Alex Westgate, chronicling the journey of water drops traveling through the city sewer system, treatment plant, and back again. ANDERSEN PRESS USA Andersen Press grabs a seat for All Aboard for the Bobo Road by Stephen Davies, illus. by Christopher Corr, in which Big Ali the bus driver and his family take a counting journey through part of West Africa; Black Beauty by Ruth Brown and Anna Sewell, a picture book retelling of Sewell’s classic horse story; Elmer and the Race by David McKee, featuring the patchwork elephant in a contest with other young elephants; I Want a Bedtime Story! by Tony Ross, the latest request from the demanding Little Princess; and Nara and the Island by Dan Ungureanu, describing the adventures of a girl on a mysterious island. ANDREWS MCMEEL Andrews McMeel takes aim with Laser Moose and Rabbitboy by Doug Savage, adventure stories of a moose who can shoot lasers from his eyes, and his sidekick Rabbitboy; Sherlock Sam and the Missing Heirloom in Katong by A.J. Low, launching a mystery series set in Singapore; Pinkaboos: Bitterly and the Giant Problem by Jake and Laura Gosselin, in which students at Fright School learn how to enter the dreams of human girls and teach them to overcome their nightmares; Scribble Squad in the Weird ... (Publishers Weekly)

Jan 8, 2016

In Memoriam

Board Member of United Way and YMCA, and volunteered for 22 years at Champlain Valley Physician's Hospital. He was a longtime member of the ADK Club Algonquin Chapter. An avid sailor, Pete raced with the NYC Yacht Club and loved teaching his children and grandchildren to sail on Lake Champlain. His passion for singing was a constant joy to his family, coming up with the words to any song to fit any occasion. He was in the Metropolitan NYC Glee Club & member of several church choirs. Later in life, Pete was best known for his hand-made cedar tables and roaming about Sunnywood on his golf cart. He traveled with the North Country Honor Flight for WW2 Vets in June 2013, and said, "other than my wedding day it was the most memorial day of my life." Pete/Grampy's legacy and memory will live on in his wife, Jane Hubbell of Chazy, five children; Ralph Peters (Peter) Hubbell, Jr. and his wife, Jeanne, William S. Hubbell and his wife, Patty, Geoffrey L. Hubbell and his wife, Kathleen, Becky Hubbell and her husband, John Riley, and Patti Hubbell, as well as 9 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. His family will cherish his memory as being gentle, kind and above all dedicated to family. Calling hours were held on Tuesday December 29 at the Brown Funeral Home in Plattsburgh, NY. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations made to Lake Champlain Committee or Hospice of the North Country. Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery in Champlain, NY in the summer followed by a celebration of life gathering at Sunnywood. (Garden City News)

Dec 30, 2015

Dawn Patrol: Dist. 211 transgender policy stands

Cook County sheriff's police are asking for help finding David Quattrochi, who was reported missing around 3 p.m. from Little City, 1760 W. Algonquin Road. "I'm not falling apart. I can't be. My faith is keeping me strong," his mom, Jennifer, said. "If I stopped to think of all the possibilities of things that could be happening, I could fall apart." Full story. Schaumburg zoning panel recommends allowing handgun sales A plan to allow handgun sales in a new Field & Stream and Dick's Sporting Goods combo store planned for the Streets of Woodfield Mall was recommended Wednesday night by the village's zoning board of appeals. The plan will now go before the Schaumburg village board at the Dec. 8 meeting. Full story. Weather Cloudy and 30 degrees to start this morning. Temperatures will climb to 42 degrees this afternoon before falling to 33 degrees overnight tonight. Full story. Traffic Bridge reconstruction closes Ohio Street bridge in both directions between Rural Street and Indian Avenue in Aurora until November, 2016. Full traffic. Chicago White Sox say so long to Flowers, Beckham, Turner Tyler Flowers has plenty of positive qualities, but on Wednesday, the White Sox non-tendered Flowers and pitcher Jacob Turner, who they claimed off waivers from the Cubs in late October. Beckham rejoined the Sox last season after agreeing to a one-year, $2 million contract, but he barely played after the all-star break. The Atlanta Braves reportedly signed Beckham to a one-year, $1.25 million contract that includes $500,000 in incentives. Full story. Cubs tender contracts of Arrieta, Wood; sign Brothers, Richard The Cubs got some business done Wednesday. In addition to tendering contracts to key players such as pitchers Jake Arrieta and Travis Wood, they signed relievers Rex Brothers and Clayton Richard to one-year contracts for 2016. Full story. Rose doesn't have high pain threshold, college coach says John Calipari, who coached Derrick Rose in college at Memphis, went on a national talk show Wednesday and sought to defend Rose's reputation as being injury-prone. One of Calipari's lines sounded more like an insult, though, when he suggested Rose has a low tolerance for pain. Full story. For Chicago Bears' Fangio, it's just another opponent Two weeks ago the Chicago Bears hosted the Denver Broncos, head coach John Fox's previous team. This week, defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's old team, the San Francisco 49ers, are in town. "I just look back on the four years with the 49ers with really good memories," Fangio said. "We had a nice run there. Got to a Super Bowl. Got to three (NFC) championshi... (Chicago Daily Herald)