Friday, April 10, 2015

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, Week of April 5, 2015

The first four stories have video "extras," and I must say, I'm enjoying shooting these.

Celebrating Two Easters: Joliet-area pastors discuss the reasons for date discrepancies

Ever wonder why your Eastern Orthodox friends honor Easter on another day? The reasons have to do with two calendars and an ancient council.

An Extraordinary Life: Channahon man was a master tinkerer

Brian Feiner could repair anything, his family said. In the end, it was his family relationships.

For Wilmington man, there aren't a lot of options left
By Jeanne Millsap

Brian Smith is barely past 30, but he has fought colon cancer and endured a first-of-its-kind surgery in Illinois, along with more medical procedures than seems possible. But he's still smiling, upbeat and full of hope.

Overcoming pressures via relationship with relationship with Jesus

Joliet pastor with years of urban youth ministry wants parents to attend a rally targeted at kids. Here's why.

Chicago choral group to present music from German Romantic age at Lewis University in Romeoville
By Brittany Keeperman

The whole point is to enjoy something new and different, according to Michael Cunningham, director of the university's arts and ideas program. The presentation is even a bit different for the choral group. Keep reading to learn why.

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