Drop off donations at the library through Friday, Dec. 21.
The Shorewood-Troy Public Library has partnered with the Illinois Gators Football Team to collect donations of food and winter coats this year. Food donations will be distributed to the Morning Star Mission in Joliet. Coats will be distributed to Will County homeless. Drop off donations at the library through Friday, Dec. 21.
"Drive" was Shorewood's favorite movie last week.
We have a new most popular Redbox movie rental in Shorewood and that movie is Drive. Shorewood Patch movie critic Dave Wilson reviewed Drive and was unimpressed by both the film and the performance of its star, Ryan Gosling. Here's what Dave had to say: "Gosling’s flat performance left me not rooting for him. Throughout, he does chew a toothpick better than anyone besides Dusty Baker, but that wasn’t enough to make me care about him." But hey, Shorewood likes it! Let's take a look at the full list of the 10 movie rentals Shorewood likes best:
The leaves aren't brown yet, and the sky's not gray, but we still feel summer slipping away from Shorewood.
The days are getting shorter and the air is getting cooler, and we would probably getting a bit down about this in a general sense if it were not for one thing — no matter what the season, when you're in Shorewood, you're on top of the world. Yes, that's right. Spring, summer, winter and fall, it's wonderful all the year round in Shorewood. This week was no different, so let's take a moment and reflect on all the marvelous things that happened. We do it every Sunday. We call it the SHOREWOOD REWIND. Drew Peterson's crack legal team failed for a fifth time to get him released from the Will County jail. Peterson's self-proclaimed lead attorney, Joel Brodsky, apparently didn't feel like talking about his losing streak. Thor captured the …