Spring may only be a week away, but Naperville woke up to around one inch of snow this morning after a lake effect snowstorm pushed some flurries over to the western suburbs overnight. A lake effect snow warning remains in effect until 4 p.m. this afternoon for DuPage County.
Paula Hawkins, author of the number one New York times bestseller The Girl on the Train will be coming to Naperville on May 19 for her new book Into the Water. Anderson’s Bookshop will host a special book signing event that will take place at the Community Christian Church at 7 p.m. Tickets are required and can be purchased online.
Another tasty Tuesday is upon us! Mathematical Pi Day, celebrated on March 14th, or 3.14, is celebrated around town with special deals. DeEtta’s Bakery will be serving up their “sweetie pies” today, buy two get two free, and Dark Horse Pastries will feature classic pie slices like sweet potato pie, peanut butter pie and banana cream. But if pie’s not your thing, Miss Jones Cupcakes on Route 59 has pie flavored cupcake options as well.
The Benet Academy hockey team was one win away from a second trip to the state championship at the United Center in the last three years. Standing in the way last night was defending state champ, New Trier Green. The Redwings struck first for a 1-0 lead, which was the first goal New Trier had allowed in the playoffs. But the Trevians offense was too much to overcome. New Trier went on to win 8-2 and will move on the state title on Friday. Despite the loss, it was the third consecutive final four trip for Benet hockey.
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