Despite the pervasive uncertainty, isolation, and disruption that Covid-19 has caused, there are considerable lessons of resilience and creativity in the community. Many young Evanstonians, still mindful of safety, are demonstrating perseverance, productivity, creativity, and enterprise look like. They are not letting this pandemic shut them down. Four of them, Taryn Robinson, Gaby Calixte, Adele Fammeree, and Jexa Edinberg, spoke to […]
Last week, the community rallied around Erica Castro and Pablo Sanchez to keep Gyros Planet & Taqueria open, raising over $60,000 in about 48 hours. When any small […]
Book Review Rachel Cullen’s latest book, “The Last Summer Girl,” takes the reader by the hand to show intimately the winding and sometimes painful path to family reconciliation. […]
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