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David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Community members eat a variety of foods in Brummel Park, where 10 food trucks lined up Tuesday night for the annual Food Truck Fest and Starlight Concert.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer “I wish the nation could see this park tonight,” said Ellen Alexander (left) an Evanston resident. “It shows that a warm, sharing community is still possible.”
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Locals wait in line for food from Grill Chasers, a truck known for its grilled chicken and spicy dipping sauces.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Evanston residents Bobby (left) and Shannon Lang enjoy food from Piko Street Kitchen, Tamale Spaceship and Grill Chasers. “We first learned about (the event) through friends, so now when anyone hears that it’s coming up we all email each other,” Shannon Lang said. “We love it; it’s food, music and community.”
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Evanston police officer Enjoli Daley speaks to community members. Daley said she had yet to scope out the scene, but looked forward to eating a lobster roll from the Happy Lobster Truck once the line died down.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer An assortment of food from three of the 10 trucks that lined up near Brummel Park.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Alderman Ann Rainey (8th), whose ward encompases Brummel Park, said the Food Truck Fest was the best attended event the park had ever seen.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Three-year-old Laszlo Harris chows down on a pickle from one of the trucks while listening to the live music.
David Fishman/Daily Senior Staffer Members from Chicago R&B band, R-Gang, play to an audience of more than 200 people. The band — which specializes in R&B, funk and soul from the Motown era — played live for about 90 minutes. The Daily Northwestern > Captured