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New Executive Director at Evmark

Carolyn Dellutri has been appointed as the first full-time executive director of Evmark, the downtown Evanston management and marketing organization. On July 28, Ms. Dellutri assumed her responsibilities, which include providing organizational leadership and managing operations, staff and programs. The new director said she understands the need for both day-to-day and strategic leadership. Ms. Dellutri […]

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Housing Options Dedicates Rose House

On June 18 Housing Options for the Mentally-Ill in Evanston, a non-profit agency that provides supportive residential and non-residential services to people recovering from chronic mental illness, celebrated the opening of its sixth building, Rose House. Providing permanent affordable housing for 18 people, the house marks the successful collaboration of the agency, private philanthropists and […]

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A Café Called Reverence

Yvonne Skougard has a knack for intriguing names. The chef/owner called her Lincoln Square restaurant (now closed) ‘Ammo.’ She opened another in March, at 1840 Oak Ave. in Evanston. She calls it ‘Reverence.’ However dissimilar, the names show a common earnestness of purpose. But it is the first-class food that lures Evanston patrons back, they […]