When I discovered the City’s plans to launch a pilot program on Greenleaf Street, limiting traffic and creating space for pedestrians and cyclists, I knew I had to check it out for myself. I always appreciate a good walk, so I called up my friend Suzy Vazquez, and together we strolled the length of Greenleaf Street from McDaniel Avenue to Lake Shore Boulevard, documenting the walk in pictures. Our walk began at the…Keep reading
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
I’m the Managing Broker of Signature Homes Realty but I’m also a registered nurse, and as a member of the community and local business owner I was very concerned about the […]
Last Thursday, Sept. 9, was an incredibly beautiful day at Greenwood Beach. I lived in Evanston along the lakefront for 20 years but I moved away in 2010. I was […]
Clergy members write open letter to Evanston City Council, seek apology for sexual harassment response
Dear City Council, Clergy in Evanston have watched the city’s response to reports of sexual harassment and assault among staff of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Human Services with […]
I was your typical happy-go-lucky, clueless kid, content to play baseball and ride my bike and ignore the drearier aspects of life, such as homework and Sunday School. So it […]
On Sept. 15, from sunset until nightfall on Sept. 16, is Yom Kippur, “the holiest day of the year in Judaism…Yom Kippur means ‘Day of Atonement’ and repentance.” (Chabad.org) The day is […]
I grew up in New York, and I try to get back there at least once a year to see family and friends. In fact, a trip I took last […]
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