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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

The exterior of a storefront. The wall is brick painted purple. A large banner above the door reads, “The WasteShed Evanston,” also in purple. There is a purple sign with whales on it that reads, “Enter to the right.”

The WasteShed Evanston brings creative reuse to the North Shore

Audrey Hettleman, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor January 6, 2022

Not everyone would expect to see a coffin-turned-ball-pit when they walk into an art store, but at The WasteShed in Evanston, customers can see exactly that and more unique, donated items.  “People...

An aerial view of Evanston. A wide street runs down the middle with many cars passing through. The street is paved black, the surrounding buildings are brown.

Three things to know about Evanston’s city manager candidates

Olivia Alexander and Aviva Bechky January 6, 2022

Who are the finalists for Evanston’s next city manager? What will they bring to the city?  After Erika Storlie left office in October, the city contracted consulting firm CPS HR to find Evanston’s...

Vaccine vials and a syringe are surrounded by red and green COVID-19 particles on a blue background.

City COVID-19 positivity rate declines, new positive cases on the rise

Angeli Mittal, Photo Editor January 6, 2022

While Evanston saw more total cases this week compared to last week, the average COVID-19 positivity rate per day over the last seven days is declining. In the last seven days, the city saw 663 new...

Sebastian Nalls looks away from the camera. He is wearing grey, yellow and a blue face mask.

Former mayoral candidate Sebastian Nalls looks to fill 9th Ward council seat

Yiming Fu, City Editor January 6, 2022

Former Evanston mayoral candidate and Purdue University senior Sebastian Nalls will pursue the vacant 9th Ward council seat. Ald. Cicely Fleming (9th) announced her resignation in December and said...

Bob’s Pizza’s storefront. The building is grey, the windows are brown, and the Bob’s Pizza sign is black, yellow and red with a pizza in the background.

Bob’s Pizza: From ghost kitchen to beloved bar

Avani Kalra, Assistant City Editor January 5, 2022

It was Medill freshman Alexia Kadota-Browner’s last night of Fall Quarter in Evanston.  She finished packing, scheduled an early morning Lyft to the airport, grabbed her bedazzled pink cowboy hat...

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