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The fruit does not fall far from the tree. In this episode of Evanston Rules, hosts Laurice Bell and Ron Whitmore talk with Kimberly Holmes Ross, who is actually her mother’s daughter. Hear as the daughter of Delores Holmes describes growing up in Evanston, attending District 65 and Evanston Township High School – and why she was drawn to work she loves and serves her community.

At this time: Sunday at 1:06 p.m. Members of the Clamour & Lace Noise Brigade send cars into the Evanston Pride Youth Car Parade as they leave Evanston High School. About 30 drivers and two cyclists roamed around the city. “It’s a great day for everyone to come together,” said driver Emily Portugal. Shown (from left) is Helena Borghino on the French Horn, Carrie Anne Farrell on the trombone and Nikki O’Neill on the Glockenspiel. The show, sponsored by Evanston Pride, supports the LGBTQ+ community. (Photo by Richard Kahan)

The invention agreement has Nichols full of creative excitement. The Nichols Middle School auditorium was packed with parents, teachers, siblings, and nearly 230 sixth-graders representing 12 classrooms at the 2022 Invention Conference, as students presented new ideas to combat climate change locally.

We see flaws, they see magic. Go and conclude. Dear Gaby, why does my father, a retired cardiac surgeon and frankly an arrogant person, understand my friend, who has never gone to college but can fix anything in the universe, better than me?

Boy Scouts is hosting a Central Avenue car wash fundraiser for their summer trip. ETHS rookie sophomores Oliver Powell (left) and Eli Kaur raise money for the Evanston Boy Scout Troop 929 in mid-July to Philmont Scout Ranch BSA in New Mexico. The Soldiers’ car wash on Sunday will help four Scouts and their parents hike an average of 10 miles a day and climb 12,500-foot Mount Baldy.

Guest Article: An Open Letter to the Mayor of Evanston and City Council on City Manager Research. “As we enter the next chapter in Evanston’s increasingly desperate search to find a new city manager, some reassessment is in order. Why don’t we seem able to get candidates who fit our needs and actually want the job?” local activists asked city leaders in a letter posted at the table. round.

ETHS girls soccer: Wildkits finish fourth in state championship. After losing 2-0 to Barrington in the state semifinals on Friday and 2-1 to Lincoln-Way Central in Saturday’s third-place game, the ETHS lost as many games this past weekend as they have lost all season. The cut end to one of the best seasons in the program’s history left coach Stacy Salgado’s side with a record 21-4-1.

Imagine Evanston. “Ultra Violet” is the name of the Ouizi mural that adorns the south wall of 1231 Chicago Ave. Just south of Dempster Street. The artist is also known as Louise Jones. (Photo by Jörg Metzner)


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Climate change forces schools to close early due to ‘hot days’. Recent heat waves in cities like Philadelphia and Baltimore, where school buildings typically don’t have air conditioning and districts often don’t have the money to add central air, have led to early segregation and school closures.

Are you traveling this summer? Here are book picks for all 50 states (and some beyond). Check out a list of summer reading recommendations compiled by NPR from interviews with authors, poets, librarians, and librarians, who made suggestions for literature about all 50 states plus the capital and Puerto Rico.

Paul Zimbrakos, ‘frightening but respectful’ mentor to hundreds of reporters at city news desk, dies at 86. Zimbrakos worked from 1958 to 2000 in the City News Bureau. The now-defunct Wire Service, which owned all of Chicago’s newspapers and also served radio and television stations, was a training ground for journalists, many of whom became well-known names in the media.


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