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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

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Great apartments in a convenient Rogers Park location

Whether your commute takes you to a Loop office or a Lincoln Park or Evanston campus, it's hard to beat the convenience of a CTA Red Line stop just outside your front door. Studios start at $939, 1-bedrooms at $1,135 and 2-bedrooms at $1,469.

Evanston Is Getting A Furious Spoon, One of Chicago's Best Ramen Shops

Evanston is getting a piece of the Furious Spoon expansion next. The burgeoning local ramen chain will open its first suburban shop this fall at 1700 Maple St., a former Red Robin Burger Works location, according to a rep.

Coast Guard Cutter Lawrence Lawson Commissioned

Adm. Charles Michel, vice commandant of the Coast Guard, presided over a ceremony commissioning the 20th Fast Response Cutter, Lawrence Lawson, in Cape May Saturday. The Lawrence Lawson and crew are homeported in Cape May, where they will perform multiple Coast Guard missions along the Mid-Atlantic coast such as law enforcement, search and rescue and protecting America's infrastructure from New Jersey to North Carolina.

See inside the Oscar Mayer Mansion after massive makeover

The woodwork, the antique light fixtures, the leaded glass windows and the stair case have all been restored to their original glory and then brought into 2017 with the help of Barbara Bliss of Showhomes. Just last month Barbara and her team staged the home in hopes of enticing a buyer to the 7400 square foot, 2.65 million dollar property on Evanston's Forest Ave. Most of the 17 living spaces in the three story home are now decked out as it could be when a modern day family moves in.

Award-Winning Composer Jake Heggie Will Lead Master Class

Budding opera professionals will present a vocal recital of songs by contemporary opera composer Jake Heggie, accompanied on piano by the renowned artist himself when Northwestern University's Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music concludes its annual Robert M. and Maya L. Tichio Vocal Master Class Series . The Jake Heggie Tichio Master Class will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 20 in the Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, 70 Arts Circle Drive on the Evanston campus.

The Poke Boom Infiltrates Evanston, a Chicago-Style Hot Dog Cocktail Exists, More Intel

Aloha Poke Co. , the first establishment to bring trendy raw-fish poke bowls to the area, will open Evanston's first dedicated poke shop at 630 Davis St. on Friday, owner Zach Friedlander says.

Evanston residents sue alderman candidate over home renovations

Two residents of Evanston 's 5th Ward are suing aldermanic candidate Robin Rue Simmons for "breach of contract," saying her construction company "abandoned all further work" and "walked off the job" after they paid Simmons to renovate their home in 2012. Attorneys for Sophia and Thomas Jenkins filed the lawsuit Monday against Simmons and her former company, Signature Construction Services, in Cook County Circuit Court in Skokie , according to court records.

Loyola University Fraternity Suspended 3 Years For Hazing

After launching an investigation in February when the university received "credible information" alleging hazing at Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Loyola's Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution has determined that the chapter was "responsible for hazing activity and engaging in disruptive and disorderly conduct that caused a disturbance in the neighborhood." "The suspension prohibits the chapter - and its members or supporters - from conducting any activity on Loyola's campuses or off-campus.

Michael J. MIles: spring concerts

Thanks to clawhammer-banjo maestro Michael J. Miles for his latest e-newsletter . In addition to the programme of concerts and teaching laid out earlier this year he will be in concert at Evanston, ILL, on 2 Apr. with the outstanding fingerstyle guitarist Eric Lugosch ; the newsletter explains: They've been friends for decades but this is their first official concert mixing clawhammer banjo and fingerstyle guitar.

Debunking EPA Administrator's False Claim About CO2 and Global Warming

EVANSTON, Ill. --- Newly installed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said last week he does not believe carbon dioxide to be a primary contributor to global warming.

Oakton candidates share qualifications, priorities

From left, Martha Burns, Carmina Cortes Gonzalez, Paul Kotowski and Travis Zimmermann are candidates for the Oakton Community College board. Four newcomers vying for two six-year seats on the Oakton Community College board have been sharing their qualifications and priorities for the position with voters as they campaign for the April 4 election.

21 Chicago bakeries and restaurants celebrating Pi Day

Cherry pie with lattice crust from Bittersweet Pastry, one of the bakery's special offerings to celebrate Pi Day. Cherry pie with lattice crust from Bittersweet Pastry, one of the bakery's special offerings to celebrate Pi Day.

One person is dead, two others injured in North Side shooting

It happened at about 12:30 a.m. in the 6300 block of North Broadway Avenue in the Edgewater neighborhood. Police say two men were shot after they stepped off a party bus that had pulled over and stopped near a Dunkin Donuts.

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Three students from Northwestern University in Qatar have been awarded Undergraduate Language Grants from Northwestern's Office of Undergraduate Research. The grants will provide funding to study a language intensively over the summer.

Help your grandparents sleep better with this..

Washington D.C. [USA], Mar. 11 : Help your grandparents sleep better and improve memory, with gentle sound stimulation - such as rush of a waterfall - synchronised to the rhythm of brain waves, as it may significantly deepen sleep and triple memory scores to recall words in older adults, suggests a study. According to researchers from Northwestern University in Evanston, US, pink noise synced to brain waves deepens sleep and triples memory scores in older adults aged 60 and above.

Study: Eyes, not limbs, led fish to land 385 million years ago

Larger animals' eyes prompted them to develop limbs to venture from water onto land for the first time more than 385 million years ago, according to a new study. Researchers studied fossil records and determined that crocodile-like animals discovered meals they would want on land and evolved limbs to accomplish the task.

Good hydrations: Does milk make healthy brains and bones?

It's a richly nutritious mixture of sugars, proteins, vitamins, minerals and fat. Babies need it - but for the rest of us the evidence is semi-skimmed at best Milk is a richly nutritious mixture of water, proteins, minerals, vitamins, sugars, saturated fat and cholesterol.

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