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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
Bishops clarify statement on Way Forward recommendation

Bishop Kenneth H. Carter Jr. and Bishop Bruce R. Ough listen to Bishop Cynthia F. Harvey during a May 4 press conference after the Council of Bishops recommended the One Church Plan to help The United Methodist Church stay unified despite division over how to minister with LGBTQ persons. The council issued a May 18 press release clarifying its recommendation.

2 men shot in Evanston drive themselves to ER, aren't cooperating with cops, police say

Evanston police were on the scene in the 300 block of Custer Avenue, pictured, May 18, 2018, where two men were reportedly shot there while sitting in a parked vehicle. Evanston police were on the scene in the 300 block of Custer Avenue, pictured, May 18, 2018, where two men were reportedly shot there while sitting in a parked vehicle.

Suburban theater hosts #MeToo play festival

The mini-fest showcases six short plays by female writers which, among other subjects, address the impact abuse has on a young woman's life and the fallout from a sex scandal. When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19 and 26; 3:30 p.m. Sunday, May 20 and 27 Where: Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2515 Central Park Ave., Evanston, Tickets: $20 "These are some very powerful stories," said 2nd Act founder and artistic director John N. Frank in a prepared statement.

Northwestern University in Qatar Delegation Spend a Week on Home Campus

Northwestern University in Qatar sent a delegation from Doha to Evanston for its annual NU-Q in Evanston week. The delegation of faculty, staff, and students showcased their creative work, research, and shared experiences from the Middle East.

Next Avenue: Why so many older couples get divorced

A couple are in their early 50s, live in Los Angeles, work in the entertainment industry and were married for 26 years. Their two children are now grown and live on their own.

Critics: Illinois gubernatorial race shows need for campaign finance reform

This year's Illinois governor's race between uber-wealthy candidates could be the costliest in U.S. history and perfectly illustrates the need for a campaign finance system that isn't so rigged in favor of the rich, say critics pushing for a system that would match small donations with public funds. The small-donor matching program won approval in the Illinois Senate last year but its chances are bleak in the state House, despite the attention given to two inordinately wealthy candidates who are financing their campaigns with millions of dollars of their own money.

California's solar panel rule packed with challenges, opportunities

EVANSTON, Ill. --- The California Energy Commission has unanimously adopted a new building measure that requires solar panels on all new homes starting in 2020.

Dozens of Binaries From Milky Way's Globular Clusters Could Be Detectable by LISA

EVANSTON, Ill. --- The historic first detection of gravitational waves from colliding black holes far outside our galaxy opened a new window to understanding the universe.

Learning a Second Language Alters Sensory Perception, Study Finds

EVANSTON, Ill. --- Learning a second language can change the way our senses work together to interpret speech, according to a new Northwestern University study.

K-State tennis advances with big comeback against Kentucky

For the second time in less than two months, a Kansas State University team has sent a favored Kentucky team home from the NCAA Tournament. In March, it was men's basketball team that took care of Kentucky.

Judicial Council to consider bishops' request on petitions

United Methodist Bishop Tracy Smith Malone offers Holy Communion to Bishop Debra Wallace-Padgett during the closing worship service at the denomination's Council of Bishops meeting in Chicago. The bishops asked the Judicial Council to hold an oral hearing on their request for a declaratory decision of law about what legislation can come before the special session of General Conference.

There's a great play to be written about bigotry in Evanston in the early 20th century

Through 6/3: Thu-Sat 7:30 PM, Sun 2:30 PM; no performance Thu 5/10, Piven Theatre, 927 Noyes St., Evanston, 847-866-8049, , $20-$40. More proof that the zeitgeist has shifted: at an earlier historical moment than the one we're living through now, Stephen Fedo and Tim Rhoze's new based-on-fact play, A Home on the Lake , might've been presented as the story of a brave and canny businessman-a sort of African-American George Bailey-who makes huge sacrifices and absorbs terrible insults to help an expanding black population buy homes in Evanston during the 1920s.

Payments to Trump's Personal Lawyer Raise Ethical Questions

EVANSTON, Ill. --- Recent revelations that several companies made substantial payments to President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, have sent ripples through Washington, causing pundits to wonder if organizations are trying to buy access to the president.

Band director seriously injured during Chicago rehearsal when equipment falls from ceiling

Ralph Wilder leads a band in a church basement in Des Plaines on Nov. 9, 2015. He's been hospitalized after being seriously injured by a falling object while rehearsing.

Man Allegedly Used Change Of Address Form To Move UPS Headquarters To His Apartment

Dushaun Henderson-Spruce submitted a U.S. Postal Service change of address form on Oct. 26, 2017, according to court documents. He requested changing a corporation's mailing address from an address in Atlanta to the address of his apartment on Chicago's North Side.

No charges for former Evanston teacher accused of sexual abuse, officials say

Last fall, at least half a dozen former students came forward to say were victims or witnesses to inappropriate conduct by theater teacher Bruce Siewerth. Prosecutors are not publicly saying whether they found the allegations credible.

New Migraine Registry Offers Hope for Patients

EVANSTON, Ill: Patient registries can significantly advance the understanding and treatment of a particular disease. According to the American Migraine Foundation , migraine is estimated to affect more than 37 million people in the U.S., however, a large, comprehensive, multicenter patient registry has not existed until now.

Evanston student newspaper confiscation leads to policy change, teacher's early retirement

Rodney Lowe worked as a journalism teacher at Evanston Township High School for more than 30 years before he retired in January. Rodney Lowe worked as a journalism teacher at Evanston Township High School for more than 30 years before he retired in January.

First Ladies Don't Get a Playbook

EVANSTON, Ill. --- Melania Trump is expected to announce a formal platform today focusing on the well-being of children.

'Mean Girls': What's New in Girl World and What's Out

Get in, loser. We're about to relive the hellish days of high school through the eyes of our favorite queen bees and "Mean Girls" - the 2004 film that starred Lindsay Lohan as Cady, a new student who tries to navigate the cliques of North Shore High - Janis and Damian, played by Barrett Wilbert Weed and Grey Henson, become Cady's friends and come up with a plan to destroy Regina.

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