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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

Multiple small landscape paintings on easels on top of a wooden brown table in the middle of the store entrance.

Artists of varied crafts showcase work at new Evanston Made pop-up store

September 26, 2022

Evanston Made has a new 6-month art pop-up series on the Main-Dempster Mile beginning this September. The shop will feature a new medium each month until February, such as paintings and photography, to...

Two shoppers clad in jackets and jeans browse a table of colorful ceramic bowls in the middle of a parking garage, surrounded by cars.

Maker’s Market to showcase local artworks, build community

April 27, 2022

Local artists will open their car trunks to sell original art, jewelry and more for this year’s first Maker’s Market on May 1.  Vendors will set up shop on the fifth floor of the 1800 Maple Ave....

Outpost workers paint on a wall outside the building.

Evanston Made hosts month-long celebration honoring Earth Day

April 12, 2022

When you’re walking outdoors in Evanston this month, watch your step — you might run into a piece of art. Throughout April, local arts organization Evanston Made is reprising its annual Art...

A large pink bowl filled with carrots, meat and greens and two cartons of orange juice. A black stick figure carrying a light pink rectangle. A rectangular barrier between the bowl and the stick figure.

ETHS senior Jacob Brodsky tackles food inaccessibility with urban agriculture survey

April 14, 2021

Evanston Township High School senior Jacob Brodsky is surveying residents on the implementation of urban agriculture throughout the city. Brodsky said the survey will inform a proposal he plans to make...

A volunteer packs produce at the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s warehouse.

Evanston food assistance programs adapt to pandemic precautions amidst growing food insecurity

July 6, 2020

Over three months after Illinois began implementing statewide stay-at-home orders and precautions to address the COVID-19 pandemic, Evanston food assistance programs are settling into a new normal of socially...

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