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Evanston
Northwestern University draws a diverse population to the North Shore suburb. Read more about Evanston, IL
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  • Chicago-area classical concert recommendations

    Chicago-area classical concert recommendations
    Ars Viva: Alan Heatherington conducts music for string orchestra, including Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin's colorfully scored ballet based on music from Bizet's "Carmen," Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings and Vaughan Williams' Oboe Concerto, with...
  • From Benny Golson to jazz-tinged Beatles, a busy weekend

    From Benny Golson to jazz-tinged Beatles, a busy weekend
    This will be a brisk weekend in Chicago jazz: Benny Golson: It isn't often that you get to hear a musician whose compositions have been central to the jazz canon for decades, but, at 85, saxophonist Golson still tours to play some of the most beloved...
  • Phil Vettel recommends: Chicago Restaurant Week

    Phil Vettel recommends: Chicago Restaurant Week
    Chicago Restaurant Week is back — bigger and extended. Running a full 14 days (Friday through Feb. 6), this seventh annual rendition is officially the longest ever. In practice, though, the promotion, in which participating restaurants offer...
  • Evanston man charged with sex abuse, soliciting of 14-year-old

    Evanston man charged with sex abuse, soliciting of 14-year-old
    An Evanston man exchanged text messages last fall with a 14-year-old he met on Craigslist before paying for a taxi to take him to his home, where the teen performed a sex act on him, prosecutors said Saturday. Jonathan Labe, 53, of the 900 block Reba...
  • Union Pacific apologizes for closing Evanston station during cold snap

    Union Pacific apologizes for closing Evanston station during cold snap
    The Union Pacific Railroad has apologized for a closed station at Davis Street in Evanston on the Union Pacific North line last Thursday afternoon that kept customers outside in the cold. Union Pacific has notified communities along its lines that it...
  • Consignment events across Chicagoland

    Consignment events across Chicagoland
    Book a sitter, grab your biggest shopping bags and sharpen your elbows, friends; it's time to run through some of Chicagoland's best children’s consignment sales. For a few extra bucks, many offer presale access to new parents, consignors and...
  • Evanston man held without bail in 1988 Rogers Park murder

    Evanston man held without bail in 1988 Rogers Park murder
    A convicted felon charged in the 1988 slaying of a woman in her Rogers Park apartment was ordered held without bail today, authorities said. DNA evidence helped Chicago police arrest Prentice Phillips, 48, of Evanston, who was charged Thursday with...
  • Chicago-area classical music recommendations

    Chicago-area classical music recommendations
    Ani Gogova and Ian Maksin: The Chicago-based piano-cello duo performs as part of the Jewel Box Series. 7:30 p.m. Friday, Recital Hall and Auditorium, Northeastern Illinois University, 3701 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.; $10-$25; 773-442-4636, boxoffice.neiu.edu...
  • Fareed Haque swings back into jazz

    Fareed Haque swings back into jazz
    To his admirers, Chicago guitarist Fareed Haque epitomizes the eclectic appeal of world music. During the past couple of decades, his musical explorations have led him to embrace jazz, classical, fusion, Indian, Asian and other alluring sounds from around...
  • Chicago's Big Ten ballers talk hoops, bobsledding and movies

    Chicago's Big Ten ballers talk hoops, bobsledding and movies
    The battle for Illinois returns to Chicago this weekend. Northwestern hosts Illinois in men's basketball on Sunday in a rivalry that has grown in intensity. RedEye caught up with several Chicago-area natives on the Wildcats and Illini to talk basketball,...
  • North Shore group uses dogs to promote literacy

    North Shore group uses dogs to promote literacy
    Next to the fear of speaking in front of the class, for some young children, is a fear of reading out loud in class. It's the dread of reading words that made sense last night at the kitchen table, but now seem impossible to sound out. Growing panic...