Shorewood Family Dental Care shows its team spirit by dressing its giraffe statues in Bulls apparel.
When the Bears made their drive to the NFC Championship game, Shorewood Family Dental Care on Jefferson Street was right there with its giraffes dressed in Chicago blue and orange. Now, with the Bulls off to a stellar start on their quest for an NBA crown, the two giraffe statues are resplendent in the hardwood team's red and black. And really, with the height of these two giraffes, the statues seem much more suited for hoops than football anyway.
Take a look back at what happened last week in Shorewood.
The holidays are over and life is back to normal in Shorewood. The festive decorations have come down (for the most part) and the prevailing color is the dingy white of dirty snow. But don't let the drab color fool you. It was a vibrant week in the thriving town of Shorewood. Let's take a look back at all the action of the past seven days. The Bears advance to the second round of the NFL playoffs. They didn't actually play or win, but due to their impressive showing in the regular season march right into the next round to take on the upstart Seahawks of Seattle. The Oak Brook Fire and Police Board met in a closed, secret, hour-long session to try and hash out whether they should fire Stephen Peterson, the Oak Brook cop son of disgraced …