If you missed Black Friday and snoozed through Cyber Monday, there’s still no need to panic, pay eye-popping express shipping charges or visit the Old Orchard Death Star with its […]
Work on the reconstruction of Canal Shores Golf Course, which teed off in June, is getting closer to the pin. The Evanston Wilmette Golf Course Association board of trustees and […]
Submitted by Evanston Made Evanston Made is hosting a members group show at Gallery OTR’s newly renovated gallery space at 2040 Brown Ave. OTR Housing is an Illinois non-profit organization dedicated […]
The Alumnae of Northwestern University’s Winter Quarter Continuing Education Program courses, open to the public, are offered in person at Norris Center and live-streamed via Zoom. The CE program features non-credit courses taught by University faculty. All proceeds are given back to the University in the form of scholarships, fellowships, grants, an endowed professorship, and more.
Ben Blount checks out David Hence as he paints Katherine Gotsick on Friday on the opening night of the Evanston Made holiday pop-up market in the old Found Restaurant space, […]
Dear Gabby, In my neighborhood, everyone is supposed to have their own compost bin, available for free from the city (not Evanston). But my neighbor uses mine. I don’t know […]
Renee Black sings Silent Night with the Evanston Sings Choir at the Downtown Evanston tree-lighting ceremony. Several hundred people filled Fountain Square Plaza for the annual event. Black also directs […]
Join Commissioner Josina Morita and the D13 Team for a Holiday Party with hot chocolate, local pastries, free photos with Mr. and Mrs. Santa (aka Josina and her husband) as well as Hanukkah and Kwanzaa scenes and kids holiday crafts on Sunday, Dec. 3 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the commissioner’s Evanston Office, 908 Sherman Ave. The event is free RSVP here.
Chaitasi Naik admits her first date with Joe Collins six years ago came perilously close to never happening. They met on a dating app just as she was finishing her last year of medical school in St. Louis. Collins, who grew up in Evanston and graduated from ETHS in 2010, was about to begin a five-year residency in pediatric neurology at St. Louis University Hospital. Naik was uncertain about where her own residency would take her and wary of commitments.
Evanston neighbors came out Thursday to celebrate the grand opening of the new Sunrise Fridge, recently relocated from Kombucha Brava, 717 Custer St., to Reba Place Church, a few doors […]