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Yes, it’s a week in photos, but starting with a photo of a video. The Evanston Art Center, 1717 Central St.m is part of the series, “Small Business, We’ve Got Your Back,” produced by Bottle Rocket Media for small businesses in Evanston and Oak Park. This specific video about Byline Bank and The Evanston Arts Center recently won a national Telly Award. So, give it a look—just click on the link naming the two businesses. (Full disclosure, Byline Bank is also a supporter of the RoundTable.)
A big thank you to Jean Cunningham, who found this beautiful colorful place on the Northwestern University campus, featuring a host of fall mums.
This amazing group of people are all of the Hispanics who have been part of Leadership Evanston — or at least all of those who showed up for the organization’s 30th anniversary party, Celebrate!Evanston. With this groups are Sol Anderson, CEO of the Evanston Community Foundation, and Jennifer Moran, executive director of Leadership Evanston.
A few shots from the Bike the Ridge event this Sunday.
Thanks to Sarah Hanson for this amazing picture of sunflowers, woven together.
RoundTable photographer Richard Cahan caught on camera our newish City Manager Luke Stowe doing his job and putting in a long day attending the Sept. 21, 2022 Community Meeting on the Margarita Inn at the Unitarian Church of Evanston.
A few more photographs from RoundTable’s Operation Manager Evan Girard, who on her way to the Evanston Public Library, found the Evanston Fire Department conducting a drill on a building schedule to be razed soon, just north of the Hilton Orrington. We published a photo essay on it already, but Girard took a lot of great pictures, so we thought a few were in order.
#ICYMI — This was a favorite from RoundTable photographer Richard Cahan – Evanstonhenge (Think Stonehenge!) Around the first day of fall or spring, there is a day when the waning sun set lines up perfectly with streets and casts light directly down the center. It’s not easy to find as Evanston’s downtown streets are not directly east-west. (Who knew?) But Cahan found Evanstonhenge on Dempster Street just east of Ashland Avenue just minutes before sunset.