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Evanstonians will finally get to peek inside Peckish Pig , the first brewpub in Evanston, when it soft opens tomorrow, per Urban Daddy .
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Rose's Wheat Free Bakery and CafAŠ is now open on Central Avenue in Highland Park .
Twin astronauts are ready to shed blood for space exploration - and that could lead to insights into some of the hottest topics in biomedicine.
Bill Plante's journey from his Chicago upbringing to his current and longstanding post as CBS News White House correspondent has been, in many senses, a conventional one for reporters of a certain age.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Highland Park Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Prejudice revealed. Men were twice as likely to be hired for a math job even when they had equal skill.
For its fourth annual Distinguished Alumni Concert, the Music Institute of Chicago presents pianist Inna Faliks Saturday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston.
As Garrison Keillor would say, it was a quiet week in Winnetka. The following is the only item in last week's police blotter: A 17-year-old from Evanston was cited for possession of cannabis on March 7 at 10:15 p.m. at Elder Beach.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the oldest and largest U.S. college fraternities, said on Friday that it would eliminate its member initiation practices, following a number of hazing-related deaths and other incidents.
The following is from the City of Evanston: Evanston is the second city in the nation to be awarded a 4-STAR Community Rating for national excellence in sustainability.
Northwestern philosophy professor Peter Ludlow won't teach classes the final two classes of the.
A federal judge has dismissed the court case by an Evanston couple who say a police officer racially profiled their 13-year-old honor student son when the officer handcuffed him while searching for a robbery suspect, according to an article in the Evanston Review.
Quick Evanston quiz: Which one is illegal, spitting in public or whistling after midnight? Well, it turns out that both are.