Attention collectors of Evanston memorabilia. The First Congregational Church of Evanston will sell items recently discovered in the church’s archives. The church saved historic documents – such as annual reports […]
Mayor Daniel Biss spoke Thursday about large issues surrounding families in America in remarks at a celebration of the Bundled Blessings group’s 10th year of donating diapers. “It’s a real […]
Bundled Blessings Diaper Bank celebrates the distribution of its 2 millionth diaper at its home at the First United Methodist Church, 516 Church St. The volunteer organization, in its 10th […]
Prabha Sinha (in white shirt), founder of one of the largest companies in Evanston, celebrates the 40th anniversary of ZS Associates at a downtown restaurant. Started by Sinha and fellow […]
“It’s like being a traffic cop,” says flagger Terry O’Malley as he directs vehicles around a work crew replacing water mains and service lines on Chicago Avenue near Hamilton Street. […]
Friends (from left) Roberta Rubin, 85; Dorothy Harza, 94; and JoAnn Wilkin, 96, swim in the lake most days in the late summer. They start in June and swim until early November, but “September is the best month,” said Harza, because the lake is warm. Lake swimming is an almost spiritual experience, they all say. They live at The Mather senior residence in Evanston. Photographer Richard Cahan caught up with them one morning at the Dempster Street sailing beach.
“This is how you build community,” said volunteer Dan Coyne (in chef’s hat) as he surveys the scene at the ninth annual Taste of Evanston at the Charles Gates Dawes House.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, marks the return to roots and community. Members of the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation marked the holiday with an original and unique service Friday night […]
Jaden Chromy works at home from the tiny balcony of his second-floor apartment. He’s an art director and marketing coordinator for a commercial real estate agency. He works in downtown […]
Does anybody have a copy of the June 2, 1969, Evanston Review? That missing issue is the only one Evanston librarians need to finish off a complete digitized set of […]