Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The friends of Joey Frase, who died Jan. 20 after succumbing to hypothermia, will be selling remembrance wristbands at Something's Brewing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
A fundraiser for the family of Grayslake resident Joey Frase, who died of hypothermia on Jan. 20 after going missing from a party in Round Lake's Madrona Village, has been organized by his friends. Wristbands in remembrance of Frase will be sold at Something's Brewing at 82 E. Center Street from 3 p.m. to closing on Wednesday, Feb. 13 and Friday, Feb 15. On Thursday, Feb. 14, wristbands will be sold at the Something's Brewing location at 1126 E. Washington St. from 3 p.m. to closing. Wristbands will cost $4 for the first one, and $2 for each additional wristband. The proceeds will benefit the Frase family. The body of Joey Frase, 20, of Grayslake, was discovered by volunteer searchers the morning of Jan. 22 near Campbell Airport. The …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The award showcases a business that brings positive recognition and significant contribution to the Grayslake community.
Tuesday, January 8
Something's Brewing coffee shops located at 1126 E. Washington Street and 82 Center Street were recently named the recipient of the 2012 Economic Development Award by the Village of Grayslake Economic Development Commission. Owner Linda Scholz will be presented with the award later this month. She also owns Uniquely Sweet at 888 E. Belvidere Road. “All three businesses are excellent additions to the Grayslake business community. The two Something’s Brewing locations, in particular, enhance the viability of the Center Street and Washington Street business areas,” said Economic Development Commission Chairman Phil Harris. The award is given annually to businesses/individuals who: The award will be presented to Scholz at the Chamber of …
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Get your caffeine on and celebrate the java.
If the first words out of your mouth every morning are, “I’ll have a large coffee”—or if you can’t even speak until after you’ve had your java fix—there's a national holiday created especially for you. America will put staunch tea drinkers to shame on National Coffee Day today, Saturday, Sept. 29, when coffee fiends can rejoice and celebrate their beloved coffee bean with free brew and specials from national chains and local stores. Coffee was first brought to America in the mid-1600s in a shipment en route to “New Amsterdam,” now known as New York, according to the National Coffee Association. We have that shipment and the Boston Tea Party to thank for turning the nation into coffee drinkers. Something's Brewing in Grayslake will be …