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Fitness studio to receive facade funds
Movie Review: Woody Allen conjures up jazz-age ‘Magic’
Piven Theatre Workshop Gala raises $80,000, honors alumna Lili Taylor
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Local actors psyched for Hypocrites’ marathon of Greek tragedies
Jarekus Singleton, Selwyn Birchwood bring 21st century blues to S.P.A.C.E.
Duck Pluck event cancelled until 2015
Movie Review: Johansson kicks butt brainily in ‘Lucy’
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Movie Review: ‘Hercules’ best when flexing a sense of humor
Winnetka’s Chris Ritter showing promise in rookie season with Chicago Fire
Ice dancer Christopher Davis comfortable in his skates
Gala celebrates launch of ‘We Will. The Campaign for Northwestern Medicine’
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Hershey Felder tells Stephenson’s new ‘Devil’s Tale’ at Ravinia
Video: Time-lapse of Evanston 4th of July parade
NCAA to pay for concussion screening, medical monitoring
Lollapalooza 2014 survival guide
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Movie Review: Retirement age romance of ‘And So It Goes’ rings untrue
Tomorrow isn’t promised to historic movie houses
Evanston passes plastic shopping bag ban
Local voices: I have never considered myself a native of a particular place
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Evanston pitches water deal to Park Ridge
Farm talk: Skokie’s urban farm sprouts to life
Volunteers voice benefits of Talking Farm
Mayor addresses shootings in Evanston
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Help Squad: Driver in the hole, literally and figuratively
Police seek help finding missing girl
Chicago man faces multiple theft charges Crime
Chicago man faces multiple theft charges
A Chicago man whose alleged theft strategy was simply to lift stolen items above theft-detection equipment in store doorways now faces a Class 1 Felony charge of undertaking a continuing financial theft enterprise, after Wilmette police arrested him in connection with three thefts at the Walgreens store, 3232 Lake Ave. in Edens Plaza.
July 22 8 a.m. |
Police probe graffiti activity Crime
Police probe graffiti activity
Evanston police say some of the graffiti tagging that marked up structures in south Evanston on Wednesday and Thursday appears related to a tagging problem that flares up sporadically rather than being gang-related markings.
July 14 9:34 a.m. |
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