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Evanston is located along Lake Michigan, directly north of Chicago. Several notable people have lived in Evanston, including Jeremy Piven (Entourage, Smokin' Aces), John Cusak (High Fidelity, Say Anything), director Steve Pink (High Fidelity), William Peterson ("Grissom" of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Michael Madsen (Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs), writer Jeffrey Lieber (co-creator of Lost), Charlton Heston (Ben-Hur, Planet of the Apes, Julius Caesar), Marlon Brando (The Godfather, A Streetcar Named Desire), and Joan Cusak (Working Girl, Friends with Money).

Population: 74239
Local Newspapers: Evanston Review Evanston Round Table
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Northwestern University

Zip Codes associated with evanston, illinois: 60201 60202 60203
Towns/Cities near evanston, illinois : Skokie Lincolnwood Rogers Park Kenilworth Wilmette Winnetka Morton Grove

Evanston News
Democratic governor candidate Pritzker wins major teacher union endorsement

J.B. Pritzker on Saturday won the backing of the Illinois Federation of Teachers, the largest public employees union to issue an endorsement so far in the Democratic governor primary. The endorsement by the executive board of the 100,000-member union represented a further coalescing of core elements of the Democratic Party behind the candidacy of Pritzker, a billionaire heir to the Hyatt Hotel fortune and an investor and entrepreneur.

New York Times Columnist to Keynote MLK Observance

Charles M. Blow, media expert, social and political commentator, educator and author, will be the keynote speaker at Northwestern University's commemoration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blow will speak on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses. Blow will deliver the keynote address at the University-wide MLK commemoration at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22, at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, 50 Arts Circle Drive in Evanston.

Professors Available on Trump Jerusalem Decision

EVANSTON, Ill. --- President Trump is expected to make a major announcement about Jerusalem on Wednesday, recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

IOP-backed Alexandria Moulding buys House of Fara

Alexandria Moulding Inc , which is backed by Industrial Opportunity Partners , has acquired LaPorte, Indiana-based House of Fara , a maker of hardwood mouldings. No financial terms were disclosed.

Tips on avoiding stress this holiday season

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Evanston bar manager says Northwestern students looted his pub

The Evanston and Northwestern University police departments are investigating reports that Northwestern students stole dart boards, pool cues and assorted memorabilia from Tommy Nevin's Pub after owners announced last month the downtown institution would be closing, city and university officials have confirmed. "Every picture that was unceremoniously ripped off the wall could tell you a story from 20-something years ago.

Dittmar Exhibit Examines War, Surveillance and the Individual

EVANSTON, Ill. --- The intimacy of embroidery and individual privacy collide with unmanned technological warfare in the fibers of artist Sabba Elahi's work.

Furious Spoon Opens New Location in Lakeview on Wednesday

The sixth location of Furious Spoon will open its doors at 800 W. Belmont Avenue on Wednesday, December 6 at 6 p.m. The restaurant will kick off its opening with a ribbon ceremony at 5 p.m. and then serve the first 100 guests starting at 6 p.m. a free bowl of ramen. The prolific chain's new location will feel similar to other locations, with caged lighting, graffiti on the walls, and hip hop beats.

Paterakis leaves governor race, says without money there's 'no path forward'

Despite an early push that included participating in candidate debates, Long Grove engineer and Democrat Alex Paterakis pulled out of the gubernatorial primary Monday. "Ultimately this race has been money, but as a candidate without it, I needed to find a way to make the best of my resources," Paterakis said on the last day to file petitions.

Who Will Ultimately Pay for the $1 Trillion Deficit?

EVANSTON, Ill. --- The Senate passed the Republican tax bill early Saturday morning, following the Joint Committee on Taxation's analysis that said the changes would add $1 trillion to national deficits over a decade.

Mysterious mummy girl enters US university class

New York, Dec 3 - A group of students at Northwestern University in the US is studying an intriguing subject -- a rare portrait mummy of a five-year-old girl which was excavated from Egypt in 1911. The study of this rare archaeological object is part of an interdisciplinary class at Northwestern focused, in part, on filling out the contextual story of where this mummy came from and who she was, the university said in a statement this week.

Maryland wrestling falls to Northwestern, 34-12

After stringing together a three-dual match win streak for the first time in three years, Maryland wrestling traveled to Evanston, Illinois, to take on Northwestern. The Wildcats handed the Terps their second straight conference dual loss, winning 34-12 overall.

In today's Tysons, there's nothing like this proposed dual-tower development

There are massive age-restricted communities in Greater Washington, like Greenspring in Springfield and Leisure World in Silver Spring.

Horace Mann Elementary's Marching Mustangs don't need...

Giving Tuesday is over, but if you've still got a few dollars to spend, you could do worse than donating them to the kids at Horace Mann Elementary School in the South Chicago neighborhood. They're trying to raise money for more instruments and supplies for their school band, the Marching Mustangs.

How vinyl fills a generation's need for human interaction

The record player and the Polaroid camera, both antiquated technology, are making a comeback within my younger generation. These modernly useless machines have been embraced by "hipsters" and have assumed their own spot in a sort of new counterculture.

First-of-its-kind mummy study reveals clues to girl's story

IMAGE: Portrait mummy of a girl, late 1st century CE, mummified remains of 5-year-old girl wrapped in linen, with a portrait in beeswax and pigments on wood. Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston,... view Who is she, this little mummy girl? Northwestern University scientists and students are working to unravel some of her mysteries, including how her body was prepared 1,900 years ago in Egypt, what items she may have been buried with, the quality of her bones and what material is present in her brain cavity.

Distillery hit with lawsuit after using 'breakfast' in new whiskey name

The distillers of finely crafted spirits, Breakfast Gin and Breakfast Rye, are caught up in a name-calling fight for their not-just-for-breakfast drinks. Makers of Breakfast Gin are trying to stop Grand Rapids' Gray Skies Distillery's December launch of its latest whiskey, Breakfast Rye.

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