Things you find at the beach as winter comes to an end. This tire got lodged in the rocks at Greenwood Beach. (Photo by Joerg Metzner)
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To the tune of O Christmas Tree, condo residents sing “O dear oak tree, our dear oak tree, how barren are your branches” during the tree’s last days. Residents at […]
Northlight Theatre hosts special event for Evanston businesses
Over 100 individuals representing a broad range of Evanston businesses attended Northlight Theatre’s community event at Five & Dime on March 13. The range of businesses represented included restaurants, retail establishments, fitness studios, banks, realtors, salons, professional services, other arts organizations, Rotary, ZS Associates, Northwestern University and more!
Letter to the editor: Time to fix Evanston’s dark streets
Ever since moving to Evanston 20 years ago, I have wondered why the residential streets are so dark. It became apparent that the Tallmadge light poles and fixtures are woefully […]
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Lindsay and Bobby Jernegan celebrate the first day of spring behind the Harley Clarke Mansion by making smores in the fire ring. The Jernegans and their three children along with […]
Spring bulk trash pickups begin April 7
The City of Evanston’s Public Works Agency will offer residents the free removal of up to six cubic yards of bulk garbage this spring as part of its Bulk Trash Pickup program. Spring 2023 bulk trash pickups will take place on Fridays, April 7 through 28, and are scheduled according to residents’ normal refuse pickup day.
Letter to the editor: Respect those who sacrificed for your rights – vote
As the Oxford English Dictionary defines it, respect is “a strong feeling of approval of somebody/something because of their good qualities or achievements.” It is unfortunate that, in this day […]
Letter to the editor: Headline takes focus away from Amplifying Black Voices survey findings
I am writing, on behalf of the “Amplifying Black Voices on Education Equity in Evanston” research team and our project allies, in response to the article titled “Survey: Most Black […]
What am I getting out of this?
Dear Gabby, I have a relative, who is two years older than I am, with whom I used to be very close (as children and into early adulthood). But I […]
2023 Dog Beach passes now free for Evanston residences
Evanston residents and their pets can now access the Evanston Dog Beach for free after the City’s Parks and Recreation Board approved a staff proposal to eliminate resident fees for the 2023 season.