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The RoundTable’s very own Debbie-Marie Brown performed at Evanston SPACE this weekend.

“Playing SPACE was an unmatched opportunity and I hope to be able to do it again soon with the full band,” Brown said.

Check out more of Brown’s music on Spotify.


Clear skies graced Evanston late last week, and the lakefront was the place to be.


Evanston’s The Guy Who Cares left his mark with this artwork behind the Clark Street Beach Office.


Our RoundTable photographers were kept busy this week, thanks to the many community events hosted around town. Check out our recent stories with a roundup of corresponding photos.


Youth car parade brings families together for Pride. Evanston Pride directed a procession of more than 30 decked-out cars through the city Sunday afternoon for the second annual Evanston Pride Youth Car Parade.


Big turnout for PTA Equity Project festival. Families enjoyed an afternoon of arts and crafts, games, shopping and food at a community-building event that was also a fundraiser for District 65’s PTA Equity Project. 


Invention Convention has Nichols buzzing with creative excitement. Going into Nichols Middle School Wednesday evening was like entering a beehive: There was a pulsing energy, a buzz and a thrill of excitement for the students’ science projects.


Mason Park’s First Friday Fest: Families, friends, fun and food. An obstacle course, a bouncy house, soccer, basketball, bingo, movies, music, grilled hot dogs, pizza, chips and $300 worth of ice cream lured hundreds of people of all ages to Mason Park on Friday night, many of whom were wearing orange to call attention to Gun Violence Awareness Day.


An elegant night of cannabis and queens kicks off Pride Month. It was all about Higher Love, music and drag queens at Evanston’s elegant drag and cannabis event at the Palmhouse, 619 Howard St., in the local kick-off to Pride Month. 

Drag queen Kenzie Coulee performed a provocative routine at Thursday’s event. Credit: Debbie-Marie Brown

The first Thursday Night Market of the year kicks off. Evanston’s monthly Thursday Night Markets are back, bringing dancing, dining and shopping to Fountain Square. 

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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