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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
Area history, May 23, 2017

In 1917, H.S. Capron, who was one of the leaders to have the federal government locate an aviation field in Bondville, received word from Washington that the War Department had chosen a site in Rantoul. The notice said that the Rantoul site offered greater advantages than Bondville's.

Evanston police: Three men arrested on separate felony charges

Evanston police made three "significant" arrests in as many days recently, separately charging three men with gun possession, sexual assault and vehicle burglary, officials announced Monday in a news release. William A. Pickering, 21, of the 400 block of Sheridan Road in Evanston, is facing felony weapons charges after police said a loaded Glock .40 caliber handgun with an extended capacity magazine was recovered from the 21-year-old man's vehicle May 17, according to the Evanston Police Department release.

Burt Bacharach, Greg Phillinganes, Marilyn Scott + others: Five for the Road

Five for the Road is an occasional look at the compact discs and / or downloads that have been in my car recently - some new, some old CHRIS GREENE QUARTET - BOUNDARY ISSUES : Evanston, Illinois-based Chris Greene's music always makes for great road music, and Boundary Issues is no exception. Greene and his long-term band blends stunning new compositions like "Thunder Snow and "The Crossover Appeal" with daring and original interpretations of masterworks by Horace Silver and Kenny Kirkland .

Northwestern Nurse Among First Casualties in WWI

Northwestern University Libraries is holding a centennial celebration and wreath laying ceremony to remember nurse Helen Burnett Wood, whose death was among the first affiliated with an American unit in World War I. The event is part of Northwestern Libraries' efforts to commemorate this spring's centenary of the U.S. entry into the war.

Food vendor chosen for new Rosemont baseball stadium

A sketch shows what the $60 million, 6,300-seat minor league baseball stadium now under construction in Rosemont will look like when complete in May 2018. The planned Rosemont minor league baseball franchise expected to play ball next year has hired Professional Sports Catering LLC as its as its food and beverage vendor, officials announced Thursday.

12th Annual Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriters Project Participants Are Announced

The 12th annual Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriters Project participants will take residency at Northwestern University from June 18 to 24 for an intensive week-long program of master classes and workshops that culminate with a public concert. Chosen from a record-breaking competitive pool of 131 applicants, the 13 emerging professional songwriters work in a variety of musical genres including pop, music theatre, jazz, R&B, traditional folk, rock, classical, impressionism, and alt-country.

A beach read doesn't have to be as light and fluffy as the sand

The term "beach read" doesn't exactly convey smart, substantive narratives. Rather, the term suggests fluffier fare: mass-market mysteries, flimsy celebrity memoirs, "chick lit" novels with beach scenes or city skylines on their covers, and anything by Danielle Steele.

Evanston police: Northwestern student robbed, groped in off-campus apartment building

Evanston police are investigating a report of an attempted sexual assault and robbery Tuesday of a Northwestern University student in the elevator of a Ridge Avenue apartment building, authorities announced in a news release. Police said that around 9:37 p.m., the 24-year-old female student saw a man knocking on the entrance door to the building and since she thought he lived there, she let him in the building.

Kweku Collins Embraces Ambivalence On Grey

Some artists love labels, but they're few and far between. To let master jazz cat Duke Ellington tell it, the best music - that is, the music that holds the interest of the people, that tosses and turns us and forces us to reconsider our perceptions on all things under the sun - is " beyond category ."

Weekend picks: Lee DeWyze hits Evanston's S.P.A.C.E.

"American Idol" winner and Mount Prospect native Lee DeWyze performs at S.P.A.C.E. in Evanston on Thursday, May 18. Arlington Heights native and Broadway veteran Karen Mason performs at Davenport's Piano Bar in Chicago from Wednesday to Sunday, May 17 to 20. "Hero's Horse," a sculpture by Kevin and Jennifer Box, is featured in the outdoor exhibit "Origami in the Garden" at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle from Friday, May 19, through Sunday, Oct. 22. "American Idol" winner and Mount Prospect native Lee DeWyze performs songs from his new album, "Oil & Water," plus other hits on Thursday at S.P.A.C.E., 1245 Chicago Ave., Evanston. $20-$75.

Methadone Treatment During Surgery Helps Decrease Opioid Usage

Methadone is being repurposed as a way to decrease use of opioids - both intravenous and oral - after surgery. An article in the journal Anesthesiology discusses what occurred when patients undergoing spinal fusion surgery were treated with methadone during the procedure.

How would Sun-Times sale affect media landscape?

The Chicago Sun-Times could be purchased by the parent company of its longtime newsgathering rival Chicago Tribune as early as two weeks from now if no other buyers come forward. Area media mavens don't expect great changes in the way Chicagoans get their news if the sale of the Chicago Sun-Times to the parent company of its longtime newsgathering rival Chicago Tribune goes through as advertised.

RompHim: Company selling rompers for men

ACED Design has started a Kickstarter to develop a romper for men. It's raised nearly $70,000 so far.

Ovary function restored in infertile mice using 3-D-printed scaffolds

In a new study, researchers use 3-D printing to make a porous ovary scaffold and seed it with immature egg-producing cells. They show that infertile mice implanted with the engineered ovary are able to ovulate, mate, and give birth to and nurse healthy pups in the normal way.

Mom-and-Pop Joints Are Trouncing America's Big Restaurant Chains

Americans are rejecting the consistency of national restaurant chains after decades of dominance in favor of the authenticity of locally owned eateries, with their daily specials and Mom's watercolors decorating the walls. It's a turning point in the history of American restaurants, according to Darren Tristano, chief insights officer at Chicago-based restaurant research firm Technomic.

With Skokie a no-go, resident now set to open her CrossFit facility in Evanston

Skokie resident Tani Mintz, pictured, was looking to open a CrossFit training facility in Skokie. Since those plans did not work out, due to village zoining issues, she said she will now open the facility in Evanston, which has welcomed the business.

Festival of colors comes to Evanston

Northwestern University students Swagata Patnaik, center, and Sanjeev Saravanakumar, right, spontaneously perform a dance in front of Charles Deering Library during a Hindu Holi festival spring celebration on May 14, 2017, in Evanston. Northwestern University students Swagata Patnaik, center, and Sanjeev Saravanakumar, right, spontaneously perform a dance in front of Charles Deering Library during a Hindu Holi festival spring celebration on May 14, 2017, in Evanston.

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