Good morning, Evanston.
An enchanting mix of sunshine and brisk fall air was a treat for those who ventured out for candy on Halloween. Oct. 31 can be wet, or cold and blustery, or warm and dry. But this year, the autumn weather seemed to cast a spell of Halloween spirit.
This weekend in photos. We’ve decided to start a new project to help us keep in touch as a community. At the start of every week, the RoundTable will share photos from the various festivals, events, protests, block parties, full moons, sunrises, weddings or even just pictures from the backyard. So please send us your weekend photos at email@example.com!
Elsewhere on the RoundTable website
We are Water | Plastic pollution crisis: ‘How do I wean myself away from bottled water?’ Plastic is everywhere. Over the past 50 years, plastic products and packaging have become a convenient mainstay of modern life around the world. Look around your immediate surroundings, and it will be impossible to not find at least a few products made of plastic.
Dear Gabby, we can see into our neighbor’s home. Our first floor neighbors recently moved in and they are all college students. They have not put shades up, and we can see into their rooms, which is a little weird. Also, our next door neighbors mentioned that these kids do not have a shower curtain!
Around the web
- Judge pauses Chicago police vaccine requirement. A Cook County judge paused the vaccination requirement for the Chicago Police Department on Monday until the union’s grievances can be arbitrated.
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