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An Apple a Day

There’s a hint of crispness in the air, and that’s all the impetus I need to usher in my favorite fall produce, starting with apples. Last week, the market tables were laden with myriad varieties, from thin-skinned and juicy Honey Crisps to tart Mutsu and Jonagolds. Buy them by the pound to eat out of […]

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Refugees Find a Home in Evanston

Zadie Ivaska (left) and Malak Alkareem, both 5th graders at Walker Elementary School, at the First Presbyterian Church’s “First Friends” picnic this past summer.  Photo by David Ivaska Caryl Weinberg didn’t know what to expect when a representative from Syrian Christians for Peace asked if her Evanston church would host an iftar dinner for newly […]