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  • Ladies find support at Evanston Women's History event

    Ladies find support at Evanston Women's History event
    The Women's History Month Celebration, an all-day Evanston program March 14, attracted ladies of all ages who came to support each other. The free event at the Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center, 1655 W. Foster St., was presented by the Fleetwood-...
  • Evanston mayor's 'Good Wife' tweet goes global

    Evanston mayor's 'Good Wife' tweet goes global
    A relative newcomer to the Twitter universe, Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl is making up ground fast. The mayor, who acknowledged she has grappled with mastering social media, made a splash when she took to Twitter earlier this week after learning...
  • Mayor: 'Good Wife' wrong about Evanston politics

    Mayor: 'Good Wife' wrong about Evanston politics
    Evanston's mayor took to Twitter to stick up for her city's liberal credentials this week after The CBS drama "The Good Wife" portrayed it as a hot bed of conservatism. Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl aimed her message at the writers of the program after...
  • Noyes artists open their doors

    Noyes artists open their doors
    The resident artists of the Noyes Cultural Arts Center welcomed the community Feb. 28 to a free, three-hour afternoon Open Studios event, a regular offering at 927 Noyes St. Guests visited artisan studios and experienced student art. A City of Evanston-...
  • Evanston rounds out Black History Month at new community center

    Evanston rounds out Black History Month at new community center
    Residents and city officials gathered Feb. 28 for a Black History Month event at the new Gibbs-Morrison Cultural Center. The once foreclosed property at 1823 Church St., former known as Boocoo, is still in building completion stage, on its way to...
  • Mayor's vote tips Ladd Arboretum path to asphalt

    The Evanston City Council will make use of a $580,000 federal grant to change the Ladd Arboretum path, which runs along McCormick Boulevard, from crushed gravel to asphalt. Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl cast a rare tie-breaking vote as aldermen voted to...
  • Annual gala raises $180,000+ for Evanston YMCA

    Annual gala raises $180,000+ for Evanston YMCA
    Stars aligned for 428 guests of the McGaw YMCA's annual gala at the Evanston Y on January 24. The gala theme, "Fly me to the moon: Where no star is out of reach," reflected YMCA supporters' passion for youth development and encouragment to "reach for...
  • Committee begins search for new use of Harley mansion

    Members of the newly-appointed Harley Clarke Citizens Committee acknowledged they were starting from square one finding a new use for the city-owned building. Committee members at their first meeting last Thursday, Feb. 12, began building from the ground...
  • Mayor to host Twitter town hall meeting March 5

    Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl will debut her new Twitter handle, @EvanstonMayor, by hosting a Twitter town hall Meeting on from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 5. Community members are encouraged to submit questions and follow along using the...
  • City moves forward on loan package to relocate company

    Evanston City Council members moved forward Feb. 9 on an assistance package to help relocate ZS Associates to 1560 Sherman Ave., known as One Rotary Center. The action came after Northwestern University, ZS's landlord at 1800 Sherman Ave., indicated the...
  • Evanston celebrates city's newest playspace

    Evanston officials held out close to 10 years to fill a vacated Osco store near Asbury Avenue and Oakton Street. On Friday, children's footfalls and voices could be heard echoing through the building that, with bold primary colors, had been transformed...