Tag Archives: Evanston

The designated walker

Last night we were invited to the “friends and family” night at the Peckish Pig. It’s a new brew pub that is opening tomorrow and is about two blocks from our house. Last night was an opportunity for the new … Continue reading

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Between qigong and grocery shopping—Frances Willard

After qigong this morning I met a student of mine and her mother to take a tour of Willard House in Evanston. The student is doing her research project on Frances Willard and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. In actual … Continue reading

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Lulu’s is closed

Lulu’s is closed. I remember when they first opened just a block away from their present site. IB was just 5 or 6 years old and would often run around the floor when we would go there to eat. Our … Continue reading

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Community functioning at its very best

Last night we attended a fund-raiser for the displaced workers at the three businesses that burned down in Evanston, one of which our son IB worked at as a bartender (see “Two paintings were saved”). The Evanston business community came … Continue reading

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