The Artists Book House informed the city it is leaving the Harley Clarke mansion, bringing an abrupt end to the group’s dream to create a book and literary center in […]
The main order of business at the January Arts Council meeting was the “mixer” scheduled for 6 p.m. – 8 pm., Monday, Jan. 30, at Evanston’s Sketchbook Taproom, 821 Chicago […]
Evanston residents who are income-qualified ($35,000 for household of one and $60,000 for household of two) for the Evanston Benefit Card can now receive a reduced rate for water and sewer services provided by the city effective January 1, 2023.
Evanston’s reparations program is back in the national spotlight. The Big Payback will premier on PBS on Jan. 16, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The documentary follows Robin Rue Simmons […]
If you love Whitney Houston, arguably the most-gifted female singer in history, you’ll love this movie. About 98% of the vocals you hear are 100% Houston, her unmistakable, silvery, five-octave voice.
Communication from city officials on major big ticket projects is not enough, according to a small group of community members at the Fifth Ward meeting Thursday. Sixteen people attended the […]
I am asking for property tax justice for Evanston as a “sayer,” and not a “nay-sayer.” I feel compelled to point out the growing and yawning capital disparity between Northwestern […]
The Evanston Township High School girls wrestling team celebrated the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in schools. Co-captains Priscilla Hartwell and Ariana Flores […]
Several members of the city’s Finance & Budget Committee took its chairman to task at their meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13, for sending a letter to the mayor and council members […]
In recent years, the Evanston Township High School Chess Team has been fortunate to have a large contingent of players who began competing for the team in 2019-2020. Seniors Boaz […]