We hope you had a wonderful Easter, Passover or Ramadan, and our fingers are crossed that the weather finally gets the memo that spring has, in fact, sprung.

Thank you to Camille Blachowicz for submitting photos of an Easter egg operation, and to Julie Windsor Mitchell and Isabela Lisco for sharing photos of Easter morning’s joint sunrise service by University Christian Ministry and Lutheran Campus Ministry on Clark Street beach.

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Mike Kelly captured a fantastic sunrise at Lee Street beach over the weekend.

(Photo credit: Mike Kelly)

We hear an epic race went down this weekend between Helen Whitney and Jerry Lama at Dawes Park.

“Despite her fancy NITRO walker, Helen Whitney was defeated by a slightly speedier Jerry Lama,” wrote Lisa Yee.

In the first photo, the competitors approached the finish line, and in the second, Jerry called the victory a “photo finish.”

(Photo credit: Lisa Yee)

April is Earth Month, but it’s also Poetry Month! Check out Sue Gudlach’s “Poet Tree,” near the corner of Hamilton Street and Judson Avenue.

(Photo credit: Sharon Campbell)

Can you spy the fish teeming in Northwestern’s lakefill?

(Photo credit: Adina Keeling)

A delightful wooden swing hangs from a parkway tree located on Colfax Street between Ridgeway and Lawndale Avenues. It canters as if embedded in a little field of lavender-colored scilla blooms.

(Photo and caption by Les Jacobson)

Jean Cunningham snapped a photo of shadows and sunshine.

(Photo credit: Jean Cunningham)

Dreams Delivered kicked off its 15th year on April 10 with hundreds of dresses, shoes and accessories for senior prom, all free of charge to participants.

In conjunction with the Delta Chi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha and volunteers from the Woman’s Club, participants got help from a personal shopper in finding their dresses, shoes and jewelry. 

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Adina Keeling

Adina Keeling is a photojournalist and reporter, covering city news, sustainability, schools, and art. She also investigates mental health systems and environmental injustices in Evanston, and puts together...

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