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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

Stefan Markov of The Naked Truffle and Todd Allison of River Valley Ranch and Kitchens converse beside their tables, containing, respectively, truffles and mushrooms.

‘See what smaller vendors have to show’: Evanston indoor farmers market offers mushrooms, vegan soaps

January 30, 2023

Despite wintry weather, local vendors converge at the Evanston Ecology Center on select Saturday mornings for the city’s indoor farmers market.  “We as small businesses are always looking to promote...

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Evanston residents express concerns about transparency around city’s proposed budget

November 3, 2022

About 10 Evanston residents gathered to raise concerns about a lack of transparency around the city’s 2023 proposed budget at a Thursday town hall.  The proposed budget of about $402.5 million would...

“The Weekend Ahead” in big caps letters, showing a beach scene inside. The background is a dark yellow grid. An NU pennant, a lighthouse, a paintbrush, a building and a film strip are in the bottom of the image.

The Weekend Ahead: happenings on campus, in Evanston July 8-10

July 8, 2022

The Weekend Ahead is back for the summer. Over the next few months, we’ll highlight events both on campus and in Evanston. Read on to find your weekend plans. Northwestern events Friday Nights...

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‘A reunion of the environmental community:’ Evanston celebrates Earth Month this April

April 1, 2022

For the past two years, Earth Month celebrations in Evanston took place on Zoom. As the city hosts more in-person events, Rachel Rosner, board president of Citizens’ Greener Evanston, said this year’s...

Two men look at a mechanical box, both wearing glasses. The one standing wears a vest and a navy shirt, and the one sitting wears a black hoodie with a white design.

A new life for old things: Sustainable action at the Evanston Repair Cafe

February 16, 2022

From ripped jeans to gelato machines, Evanston Repair Cafe allowed volunteers Saturday to give damaged items a second life and teach residents the environmental value of repair. The free event, hosted...

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