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NUCNC releases statement addressing residents’ concerns, supporting EFBL

 Police officers at a Nov. 10 NUCNC protest. The group released an open letter to Evanston residents Wednesday explaining the movement’s motivations and history.
November 11, 2020

Northwestern Community Not Cops issued a statement Wednesday addressing Evanston residents’ protest-related concerns and supporting the work of Evanston Fight for Black Lives. As a result of portrayals...

Evanston Farmers’ Market finishes 45th season

Josiah Klinedinst of J2K Capraio selects cheese for a customer. Market attendees stocked up on food for the winter at the last Evanston Farmers’ Market of the season.
November 11, 2020

Shoppers came from all around, entering the market nestled between two tall buildings and a parking garage. Myra Gorman, the market manager, scurried around making sure everything was compliant with COVID-19...

Blotter: Motor vehicle burglary, theft

November 11, 2020

A laptop and over $200 of school supplies were stolen from a 34-year-old woman’s car on Tuesday afternoon. The woman, an Oak Park resident, parked her 2013 Honda Civic in the 1600 block of Chicago...

Businesses prepare for the holiday season with increased online presence

Over 90 local businesses in Evanston have been adopted as part of the community’s Adopt-a-Shop Program.
November 11, 2020

As Evanston prepares for the chills, community and commerce of the holiday season, local retailers are bundling up for a holiday season like never before. With the holiday shopping season on its way,...

The Ready Generation advocates for justice, equality through fashion

The Ready Generation’s “I Vow” crewneck and decree, illustrated by Amreen Ahmed. Founder Destiny Wesley started the company to blend social justice and fashion, creating unique pieces expressing messages of justice.
November 11, 2020

For Destiny Wesley, clothes carry influence. So, she started The Ready Generation, a local clothing company that combines social justice and design to “expose injustice through love,” Wesley said. Currently,...

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