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Evanston100 website recaps city’s 2014 success stories

Billy Kobin, Reporter

February 25, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Local, which was unveiled last month at the Evanston Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards night, features 100 Evanston success stories from 2014. Miguel Wong, co-founder of the collaboration space coLab Evanston, and P...

Evanston to hold Open Studios art event

Tori Latham, Assistant City Editor

February 16, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Local

Evanston residents will have the opportunity to view the work of both visual and performing artists Feb. 28, the city announced last week. The Noyes Cultural Arts Center, 927 Noyes St., will host the Open Studios event, w...

Evanston to host state arts conference

Stephanie Kelly, City Editor

February 10, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Local

Evanston has won the bid to host a statewide arts conference in September, the city announced Monday in a newsletter. The conference, called One State Together in the Arts, will take place Sept. 27-29 and will have about 350 artists and a...

Black History Month exhibit opens at Noyes Cultural Arts Center

Jee Young Lee, Reporter

February 10, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Local

The Noyes Cultural Arts Center hosted a reception Saturday for a new exhibit celebrating Black History Month that features artwork depicting one family's experience in the 1950s South. The event celebrated the launch of Jevoid...

Environmental film festival returns to Evanston for fourth time

Alice Yin, Development Editor

February 5, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), Business, City, Latest Stories, Local

The nationwide Wild & Scenic Film Festival is returning to play a selection of environmental films in Evanston on Friday. Organized by the South Yuba River Citizens League, the touring festival will be at the Evanston...

Revenue from donated cookbooks to help fund Evanston music therapy internship

Joanne Lee, Reporter

January 28, 2015

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Latest Stories, Local

When Art Mollenhauer (Kellogg '02) donated 600 cookbooks in mint condition from his deceased wife's collection to help out a newly opened bookstore, he did not expect anything in return. “I wanted to try to honor her legacy...