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14 | February 16, 2017 | The lake forest leader puzzles LakeForestLeader.com north shore puzzler CROSSWORD & Sudoku THE NORTH SHORE: Glencoe, Glenview, Highland Park, Northbrook, Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Northfield, Lake Forest and Lake Bluff Crossword by Myles Mellor and Cindy LaFleur Across 1. Dirty dog 4. Smart guys? 9. Edict of the czar 14. Roth or traditional 15. Dugout 16. Kathmandu country 17. Carry on 19. Really pushed 20. Percolate slowly 21. Creamy middled cookie 23. Loyola Academy field hockey player, Malley 27. Tidbit 32. Groupie 33. Superman’s love 34. Country club next to Glencoe 35. Fur capitalist 36. Old money from Milan 37. Night breathing problem 39. Drop 42. Flair 43. Weekly payments 44. Caviar source 47. Liquorish flavor 48. Swear words? 51. Southern ____ (lovely ladies) 52. Paper clip, e.g. 54. Lord of the kitchen 56. Hebrew month 57. Smug look 61. Regular customers 65. Jonas Salk’s vaccine 66. Back in? 67. Suffix with auction 68. Itsy-bitsy bits 69. Milk dispenser 70. Moistureless Down 1. Way-overpriced item 2. Part of the iris bordering the pupil 3. Ape-man of fiction 4. Get a perfect score 5. Bathroom 6. Directional letters 7. Inquest official 8. Prophet 9. Release 10. E or G, e.g. 11. PC program 12. Return envelope, abbr. 13. Yore 18. Washington VIP 22. Ambulance abbr. 24. Besides 25. Golden in San Francisco 26. Bovid 28. Acting parts 29. Burlesque bit 30. Ireland, once 31. Grazing ground 35. Void 37. Direction at sea 38. Gloomy atmosphere 39. Carvey or Delany 40. Protection: var. 41. Out of concern that 42. Subside 43. Got uncertain 45. Sticky-toed lizards 46. Bat wood 48. Truly 49. Vegas employee 50. Kind of planetarium 53. “Dig in!” 55. Cream 57. Upscale hotel amenity 58. Wisecrack 59. Union labor grp. 60. Canyon feature 62. “___ be great if ...” 63. Rather than 64. “___ any drop to drink,” Coleridge LAKE FOREST The Lantern (768 Western Ave. (847) 234-9844) ■6-8 ■ p.m. Sundays: Holly the Balloon Lady LAKE BLUFF Lake Bluff Brewing Company (16 E. Scranton Ave. (224) 544-5179) ■7 ■ p.m. Monday, Feb. 27: Trivia Night Maevery Public House (20 East Scranton Ave. (847) 604-3952) ■7:30 ■ p.m. every third Thursday of the month: Warren Beck WINNETKA Good Grapes (821 Chestnut Court, (847) 242-9800) ■Every ■ Saturday: 50 percent off a glass of wine with glass of wine at regular price and same day Writers Theatre Saturday matinee tickets. NORTHBROOK Pinstripes (1150 Willow Road, (847) 480-2323) ■After ■ 8 p.m. Sunday- Thursday: $3 bowling (game) and $4 bocce (hour) HIGHLAND PARK The Panda Bar (596 Elm Place, (847) 433-0589) ■Every ■ Friday: Live Music HIGHWOOD 210 (210 Green Bay Road, (847) 433-0304) ■7 ■ p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16: Alyssa Allgood Organ Trio ■9 ■ p.m. Friday, Feb. 17: Gritman & Moran ■9 ■ p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18: Mike Zabrins’ Funktastic ■6 ■ p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19: Kelly Sill Duo To place an event in The Scene, email chris@GlenviewLantern.com answers How to play Sudoku Each Sudoku puzzle consists of a 9x9 grid that has been subdivided into nine smaller grids of 3x3 squares. To solve the puzzle each row, column and box must contain each of the numbers 1 to 9. LEVEL: Medium Crossword by Myles Mellor and Susan Flanagan

LakeForestLeader.com life & arts the lake forest leader | February 16, 2017 | 15 D67 Talent Show helps teachers shine outside the classroom Katie Copenhaver Freelance Reporter More than 30 teachers participated in the District 67/Spirit of 67 Faculty Talent Show on Friday, Feb. 10, at Deer Path Middle School. Teachers sang, danced, played music, and performed improv and acrobatics, drawing cheers and laughs from students and parents and their colleagues. “I think this is the most involvement I’ve seen in one of our faculty talent shows,” said Deer Path East Principal Tom Cardamone. “I couldn’t be happier with the success of this event.” The show’s director and Deer Path’s music teacher Jean Hersey echoed him. “I’m thrilled with the amount of participation. It is a unifying experience.” The most poignant moment came in the introduction when Hersey and chorus teacher Ben Gray dedicated this year’s show to Scott Bliler, a seventh- and eighth-grade special education teacher, who passed away a few days earlier after a long illness. They sang “Amazing Grace” as a tribute. The students gathered with excitement to see their teachers, many of whom do not teach performing arts, in a different context. Some of the highlights were the opening instrumental of the “Muppet Show” theme song by the pit orchestra and the opening song by the 21-person staff choir of Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror.” Other ensemble performances included “Shakin’ it Through the Ages,” a black-lit dance with the teachers wearing glow-inthe-dark clothing to a medley of songs like “Twist and Shout” by the Beatles to “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift. The “Dr. Know-It-All” improv troupe of five made three appearances, answering audience questions with absurd responses, taking audience suggestions for Barbara Falk (far right) accompanies music instructors Corey Ames (center) and Ben Grey on piano as they play “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” on clarinet during District 67/Spirit of 67 Faculty Talent Show on Friday, Feb. 10, at the Deer Path Middle School. PHOTOS BY CLAIRE ESKER/22ND CENTURY MEDIA a story, and doing a human slide show of a trip to Switzerland. The most inclusive project was the district video which captured teachers, administrators, and cafeteria, custodial and grounds staff members dancing in classrooms, hallways, offices and dining areas. The video was accompanied by Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling” from the movie, “Trolls.” One comical part of the video was Superintendent Michael Simeck receiving dance lessons from a more rhythmic staff member. At the end was a still photo of Bliler surrounded by a few colleagues, captioned “always in our hearts.” There were also several solo or small group performances by faculty members. Mark Mosias, a fifth-grade math and science teacher, sang “Proud of Your Boy” from Disney’s “Aladdin.” Mosias said he has talked to his students about his singing background as a participant in his high school and college musicals, plays and choirs, but he explains to them that he can’t sing in class. This finally gave them a chance to hear him, for which they gave him enthusiastic applause. This is Mosias’ first year teaching at Deer Path and participating in the talent show. “It’s wonderful to have so much community support,” Mosias said. Cardamone has a similar background of performing since he was in seventh grade in school musicals and plays. He sang “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds to the piano accompaniment of Lino Cisternino. Hersey, a classically trained opera singer, also had her moment with “Why Do They Shut Me Out of Heaven?” by Aaron Copland. She sang opera professionally for several years in Europe before coming home to the United States and beginning a career as a music teacher. This is her 20th year in the district, where she has participated in every one of these faculty shows and has directed a couple previous ones. The talent show culminated with “One Singular ‘Swimstation’ ” featuring 12 staff members, which blended the title song from “A Chorus Line” and the traditional song, “Soul Bossa Nova” with synchronized “swimming” using the school’s new projection The Improv group Dr. Know-It-All imagines a fictional trip to Switzerland. Deer Path Middle School Music Teacher Jean Hersey performs “Why Do They Shut Me Out of Heaven?” by Aaron Copland, accompanied by Barbara Falk on piano. equipment to simulate a pool behind the performers. Not to be overlooked was the Deer Path Middle School Art Expo in the lobby of paintings, drawings and photography, all by non-visual art faculty. The participating teachers were Emily Correa, Jeanne Engelkemeir, Karen Flor, Ryan Foster, and Ingrid Wiemer. Their work showed students that visual art talent is also worth celebrating. These faculty talent shows began in 2004 to raise funds for the district’s Spirit of 67 Foundation, and they generally take place once every other year. The foundation raises more than $200,000 a year for several programs. The biggest of those are the Spirit Grants, which the teachers apply for each January to pay for a variety of things, including visiting authors, educational tools, multimedia equipment, musical instruments, arts programming and school trips. The foundation supports the Kreisher’s Kids Fund, which subsidizes expenses for low income children in the district, and Dorothy Chantler Fund Grants, for time-sensitive projects.