Village Viewpoint

By Susan Flood, BAPA Executive Director  It’s August and once again, I’m helping my kids move.  This got me thinking.  What makes a place home?  What makes Beverly/Morgan Park feel […]

Y-Me: Working and Playing for a Cure

By Laura Casey   Most people know me as Ms. Laura from Graver Park, where I worked for 18 of my 30 years at the Chicago Park District. My favorite days were welcoming all […]

Neighborhood Notes

Help Us Showcase Our Neighborhood. Beverly/Morgan Park will be among the city neighborhoods to be featured on the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s prestigious Open House Chicago event this fall. It’s a huge, citywide […]

Cooking with Summer Produce

By Kristin Boza  With the 95th Street Farmer’s Market in full swing, there’s an abundance of delicious, fresh and local summer produce available. As you head to the market at 95th and Longwood Drive each Sunday, 8 […]

Historic Home Welcomes Teen Filmmakers

For one week in July, The Ingersoll-Blackwelder house, 10910 S. Prospect, was transformed into a movie set when 14 teen filmmakers arrived to make a television pilot. The teens were participating […]

Renaissance Academy Invites New Members

Renaissance Academy at Saint Xavier University, 3700 W. 103rd St., invites area residents who retired or semi-retired to become new members for the 2018-2019 season.  Renaissance Academy that was created for community people who have the desire to […]

Committed to Collecting

By Grace Kuikman  When Gary and Denise Gardner moved to their Beverly/Morgan Park home in March 1982 they had already started buying original works by African American artists, but it […]