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The Highland Park Landmark 012518

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2 | January 25, 2018 | The highland park landmark calendar hplandmark.com In this week’s Landmark Police Reports6 Pet of the Week8 Editorial13 Puzzles16 Faith Briefs18 Dining Out20 Home of the Week33 Athlete of the Week36 The Highland Park Landmark ph: 847.272.4565 fx: 847.272.4648 Editor Xavier Ward, x34 xavier@hplandmark.com Sports Editor Brittany Kapa x35 b.kapa@22ndcenturymedia.com Sales director Teresa Lippert, x22 t.lippert@22ndcenturymedia.com Real Estate Sales Elizabeth Fritz, x19 e.fritz@22ndcenturymedia.com Classified sales, Recruitment Advertising Jess Nemec, 708.326.9170, x46 j.nemec@22ndcenturymedia.com Legal Notices Jeff Schouten, 708.326.9170, x51 j.schouten@22ndcenturymedia.com PUBLISHER Joe Coughlin, x16 j.coughlin@22ndcenturymedia.com Managing Editor Eric DeGrechie, x23 eric@wilmettebeacon.com AssT. Managing Editor Megan Bernard, x24 megan@glencoeanchor.com President Andrew Nicks a.nicks@22ndcenturymedia.com EDITORIAL DESIGN DIRECTOR Nancy Burgan, 708.326.9170, x30 n.burgan@22ndcenturymedia.com 22 nd Century Media 60 Revere Drive Suite 888 Northbrook, IL 60062 www.HPLandmark.com Chemical- free printing on 30% recycled paper circulation inquiries circulation@22ndcenturymedia.com The Highland Park Landmark (USPS 17430) is published weekly by 22nd Century Media, LLC 60 Revere Dr. Ste. 888, Northbrook IL 60062. Periodical postage paid at Northbrook and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Highland Park Landmark 60 Revere Dr., Ste. 888, Northbrook IL 60062. Published by www.22ndcenturymedia.com THURSDAY SLYCE Ribbon Cutting 4:30 p.m. Jan. 25, 254 Green Bay Road, Highwood. The Highwood Chamber will be helping the members of SLYCE cut the ribbon on the new store. FRIDAY head 4-5 p.m. Jan. 26, Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. Learn how to digitally turn faded or scratched photographs back to their normal color and quality. The process is simple and only takes a few clicks. You can also get creative with a wide range of photo filters available. Basic computer skills required. Registration Required. For more information, visit hpli brary.org. SATURDAY Drop-In Chess 10:30 a.m. Jan. 25, Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. Join library staff in the Youth Services Department any time during the session. There will be a chess expert here to help you whether you are a beginner or an advanced player. Through age 14, attendees younger than 6 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Visit hplibrary. org for more information. SUNDAY Democratic Candidate Forum 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, Beth El Synagogue, 1175 Sheridan Road, Highland Park. Candidates running in the Democratic primaries will be at N.S.S. Beth EL for our Democratic candidates Town Hall. Candidates currently committed to appear: Attorney General Candidates Governor Pat Quinn, Nancy Rotering, Scott Drury, Sharon Fairley, and Jesse Ruiz. Gubernatorial Candidates-Chris Kennedy and Tio Hardiman. Any questions contact Michael Salberg (847) 831-0581. Film Showing & Discussion: Espionage Films 2-4:45 p.m. Jan. 28, Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. A discussion of the 1946 film “Notorious.” Alicia (Ingrid Bergman) is recruited by American agent Devlin (Cary Grant) in a plan to seduce and marry Sebastian, the head of a Brazilian neo-Nazi group. Discussion led by Bob Coscarelli. For more information visit hplibrary. org. MONDAY Test-Drove Google Office Suite 6-7 p.m. Jan. 29, Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. Try out Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides to get an overview of all the powerful features and settings the Google Suite offers. We will be working on sample documents to share and edit in real time. Basic computer skills required and laptops will be available for demo purposes. Registration Required. For more information visit hplibrary.org. TUESDAY Readers’ Round Table 2-3 p.m. Jan. 30, Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. Love to read? Always looking for book recommendations or your next book club title? Meet fellow bibliophiles at Readers’ Round Table. No assigned book to discuss, just a conversation on what you have been reading lately. No registration necessary. For more information visit hplibrary.org. WEDNESDAY Full Moon Campfire 7 p.m. Jan. 31, Heller Nature Center, 2821 Ridge Road, Highland Park. Winter is the perfect time to be outside at night, so join Heller staff for an evening of exploring. Attendees and staff will cross-country ski if there’s enough snow, otherwise be prepared to tromp through the snow off trail to enjoy everything a winter evening has to offer. Ages 6 and older. Registration cost is $10, visit pdhp.org for more information. THURSDAY The Bad Plus at 210 7-9 p.m. Feb. 1, 210 Live Restaurant, 210 Green Bay Road. Head to 210 Live to check out the touring Jazz Trio. Doors open at 5 p.m. for happy hour. Tickets $35, available online or at the door. For more information visit 210restaurant.com. UPCOMING Self Defense Training Saturday, Feb. 3, West Ridge Center, 636 Ridge Road, Highland Park. Learn techniques based on instinctive principles that don’t require years of training and practice to use, and work regardless of age, size, strength, speed, or skill. Includes lecture, demonstration, hands-on instruction, scenario-based training and defense against multiple types of attacks and attackers. Attendees ages 8-11 must be accompanied by an adult. For more information visit pdhp. org. ONGOING Gyrokinesis Method Movement 10:30-11:30 a.m. Mondays, Highland Park Senior Center, 54 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. Freedom Home Care is sponsoring a Gyrokinesis Method Movement that focuses on opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous systems and increasing range of motion. The fee is $15 for senior center members or $35 for non-members. To sign up, call (847) 432- 4110. Women’s Care Group Trinity Episcopal Church, 425 Laurel Ave., Highland Park. A Safe Place invites you to a women’s care group, where participants will receive support by learning about unhealthy relationships and behaviors, recognize the impact this can have on you and your children, and explore new coping skills for a happy, healthier life. If you are in immediate need of help, please call our 24-hour Help Line at (847) 249- 4450. For meeting times and more information, call (847) 731-7165. Tai Chi Sessions 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Recreation Center of Highland Park, 1207 Park Ave. Work on balance and serenity through this Chinese tradition of gentle, flowing movements performed in a slow, focused manner with deep breathing. For more information, call Lisa Hamilton at (847) 579-4048. Cardio Tone Light 11:30-12:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Recreation Center of Highland Park, 1207 Park Ave. W. Improve your flexibility and overall daily function! The class combines low impact cardio, core and stretching (no seated exercises). For more information call Lisa Hamilton at (847) 579-4048. Restorative Yoga 6:15–7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Recreation Center of Highland Park, 1207 Park Ave. W. Want an activity to help you wind down after a full day? Relax your body and muscles, slow, lengthen and deepen your breath and calm your mind. For more information, call Lisa Hamilton at (847) 579-4048. Highland Park City Council 7:30 p.m., second and fourth Monday every month, Highland Park City Hall, 1707 St. Johns Ave. Come out to City Hall for the Highland Park City Council meeting. For more information, visit www.cityhpil.org. Highwood City Council 7 p.m., first and third Tuesdays every month, Highwood City Hall, 17 Highwood Ave. Come out to City Hall for the Highwood City Council meeting. For more information, visit www.cityof highwood.com. To submit an item for the community calendar, contact Editor Xavier Ward at xavier@hplandmark.com or (847) 272-4565 ext. 34. Entries are due by noon on the Thursday prior to publication date.

hplandmark.com news the highland park landmark | January 25, 2018 | 3 HP man involved in Lake Forest shooting Alyssa groh Contributing Editor The shooter in a Jan. 3 murder-suicide in Lake Forest was struck by a vehicle after killing his ex-girlfriend and himself in the parking lot of the apartment the former couple once shared, according to new information from the Lake Forest Police Department. Further investigation into the shooting revealed that a third party, a U.S. Navy member, co-worker of VanLandingham’s and Highland Park resident, witnessed the incident and out of fear for his life, drove his Land Rover into the shooter, Ryan Zike, 33, just after Zike shot himself in the head, according to a press release from the LFPD. The witness is a 37-yearold man who arrived at VanLandingham’s apartment in the 200 block of E. Deerpath Road on the morning on Jan. 3 to drive her to work, according to the release. Deputy Chief Rob Copeland said they are not aware of a romantic relationship between VanLandingham and the witness. “They were just coworkers in the Navy dental program and worked in the same building. He lives a little farther away from the base than she does, and he was just picking her up to give her a ride to work,” Copeland said. The release also reveals that Zike, of Louisville, Ky., and VanLandingham lived together for a period of time in VanLandingham’s apartment. In October of 2017, it says, Zike moved out of VanLandingham’s apartment and moved back in with his family in Louisville. Claire VanLandingham was gunned down Jan. 3 by Ryan Zike. The two had previously been in a relationship that ended in the fall. 22nd century media file photo Zike, who allegedly shot VanLandingham, 27, multiple times in the incident, reportedly drove to Illinois and stayed overnight at an unknown location on Jan. 2. The next morning, the release says, Zike approached VanLandingham as she was leaving her apartment for work just prior to 6:20 a.m. Zike and VanLandingham engaged in a brief conversation in the parking area of the apartment complex, when Zike produced a semi-automatic pistol and shot her several times, the release says. After shooting Van- Landingham, it continues, Zike shot and killed himself. The witness was reportedly parked in a position where his headlights illuminated VanLandingham and Zike during the initial conversation and the shooting. The witness told investigators he felt Zike was going to turn the gun on him; therefore he made the decision to hit the man with his vehicle. After the witness hit Zike with his car, Copeland said he crashed his car into another car in the parking lot. After hitting Zike with a car, the release says, the witness attempted first aid on VanLandingham. The witness reportedly ran into a nearby business — a Dunkin’ Donuts is attached to the parking lot — to request help and for someone to call 911. VanLandingham was eventually transported to Lake Forest Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Zike had a valid Kentucky concealed carry gun permit, the release states, and was armed with two pistols and a knife at the Please see shooting, 6 Consistent, Reliable and Compassionate Care at Home Caring for Those You Love in the Comfort of Home • In-Home Companionship • Recreational Activities • Protection from Falling • Errands & Appointments Is the Muscular System Solution for you? • Want to improve in your sports performance? • Want to decrease joint pain? • Want to keep improving after physical therapy ends? CHECK US OUT AT www.muscularsystemsolutions.com 1660 Old Skokie Road inside the North Shore Baseball Academy 312.505.0062 OUR SERVICES • Meal Preparation • Hygiene, Grooming & Dressing Assistance • Exercise & Therapy • Toileting & Showering Assistance • Medication Reminders • Dementia & Alzheimer’s Trained • Light Housekeeping • Bookkeeping & Bill Paying “We’re here if you need us.” Short Shifts, Long Shifts and Live In Care. Licensed, Bonded and Fully Insured. 1-800-882-3838 www.northshorecaring.com Steve Wilneff & Mike Glickman Not affiliated with NorthShore University HealthSystem FREE 60 Minute Consultation to Assess Your Problem Area(s)

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