Bill Smith's blog
In the debate over taxpayer funding for the Evanston Community Media Center, defenders of the status quo have argued that citizens will be denied the opportunity to make television if the funding is cut.
I ran across a Brookings Institution study today that seems relevant to debates about Evanston's future.
Evanston Inventure issued a report last week detailing the role non-profit organizations play in the city's economy.
We've added a new content category to Evanston Now this week.
Evanston's new aldermen have a chance to strike a blow for common sense by rejecting the staff-proposed ordinance that would ban residents from having more than four cats.
A provocative new article from a conservative-leaning think tank could provide interesting reading for Evanstonians concerned about housing issues.
As Evanston's City Council and two school boards seat new members this month, they have a chance to do the public a simple favor.
We've unveiled a new look for Evanston Now to start the week.
Evanstonians have already begun casting ballots in early voting for the municipal election, and we'll all have to make up our minds by election day April 7, or leave our voices unheard.
Pop Quiz: Is $29 greater than $5?
To hear some Evanston political candidates talk, you'd think it's not.
Here's an issue Evanston locavores could jump on.
It's time for a new approach to the perennial debate over Evanston's branch libraries.
Evanston city staff will ask aldermen Monday to approve spending nearly $200,000 over the next three years for Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office computer software.
Tower talk in Evanston has died down recently, with the Fountain Square project tabled until the Plan Commission acts on the larger downtown plan.
The president of the Central Street Neighbors Association tried to stir up the fears of his density-phobic neighbors last week by setting up a straw-man list of high population-density communities he figured they wouldn't like.