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Posted inArt & Life

Evanston Lighthouse Rotary serves up a zero waste taste of possibility

Thirty purveyors of Evanston’s most delectable food and beverages served up samples of sweet and savory dishes, wines, beers and other brews at the Lighthouse Rotary Club’s seventh annual Taste of Evanston last Sunday. The club has a strategic focus on addressing housing insecurity in Evanston and has designated Connections for the Homeless and Reba […]

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Green Matters

People in Evanston report higher levels of asthma than in the rest of the state of Illinois. Inappropriate items in recycling bins endanger workers at the recycling facility.   With a wink, parents can have spinach added to their child’s smoothie at 4 Suns. These are just a few of the takeaways from Earth Week […]

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The View from 2031

From the reverent and romantic, to the mundane and even sardonic, the artifacts in the Evanston History Center’s 2020 Time Capsule capture the essence of a challenging year. A curated selection of the items collected earlier this year are on temporary display before being packed up in a trunk for the next decade. Eden Juron […]

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Northlight’s Next Act

Northlight Theatre remains, “more committed than ever to return to Evanston,” said Kim Hoopingarner, Director of Advancement.  When the news broke that the movie theater was closing in downtown Evanston, a lot of people thought of Northlight.  Ms. Hoopingarner explained that there are a lot of differences between a movie theatre and theatre for live […]