The Early Exposure Series brings together 16 senior students from the photography program at Columbia College Chicago in four curated group exhibitions. Each exhibition features four photographers and is curated by another student from a different group. These exhibitions give these students exposure to the world of fine art exhibitions and experience to the curators. It also […]
President Joe Biden has said he will ask everyone to wear a mask for the first 100 days of his administration to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Faith leaders and City representatives braved the snow (and the cold sunshine) on April 21 as they, along with about 100 residents, somberly celebrated the […]
About 100 people stood in the cold evening sun on April 21 to mark a sliver of justice in the prior day’s conviction of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd. Reverend Dr. Michael Nabors, pastor of Second Baptist Church, convened the gathering, which he named “One Battle Won in the War on Racism.”
President Joe Biden has said he will ask everyone to wear a mask for the first 100 days of his administration to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Masks abound in this picture by artist Doug Haight, featured this month in artruckish. From now until April 30, the RoundTable will post a photo […]
In case you missed any of the most important news last week, here’s a roundup of the top stories from the RoundTable this past week.
The City of Evanston and Village of Skokie are planning to enter into new long-term water contract through which Evanston will continue to supply Skokie homes and businesses with Lake Michigan water. The Skokie Village Board will consider the new contract at its April 19 meeting, and the Evanston City Council will consider the matter […]
President Joe Biden has said he will ask everyone to wear a mask for the first 100 days of his administration to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Morris “Dino” Robinson greeted well-wishers on April 3 who came to congratulate him for his honorary street name. From now until April 30, the RoundTable […]
Today is the last day for early in-person voting at the Civic Center from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and tomorrow is Election day for aldermanic, District 65 and District 202 School Boards, and the City Clerk race.
Mary De Jong sent this photo of the sunrise on March 20, the vernal equinox. The new season officially arrived at 4:37 a.m. central daylight time. Folklore has it that eggs can be balanced at the equinox. This is true, but that can be done at any time; the equinox has no influence on egg-balancing. […]
The RoundTable is excited to introduce Rank and File – our new column on chess by ETHS head chess coach Keith Holzmueller. Interest in chess has surged following the hit Netflix series “The Queen’s Gambit” – so we figured it’s time to get on board. If you have chess questions you’d like answered, please send a note […]