Village Viewpoint

By Susan Flood, BAPA Executive Director  I love “a fresh start.” Doesn’t everyone? First day of school, first day of a new job, first dates and all the excitement that […]

Midnight Circus to Perform at Ridge Park

By Kristin Boza  Come one, come all to Beverly/Morgan Park’s own circus event on Sat., Sept. 29 and Sun., Sept. 30 at Ridge Park, 9625 S. Longwood Dr. Two shows will […]

Beverly Art Walk #5

The Beverly Area Arts Alliance (The Alliance) is gearing up for Beverly Art Walk Week at the end of this month. This year carries with it a hint of something special, as 2018 marks the […]

Electronics and Hazardous Waste Collection

The Green Sanctuary Group of Beverly Unitarian Church is hosting a Household Electronics and Hazardous Waste Collection, Sat., Oct. 6, 8:30 to 11 a.m. For the first time in its near […]

Writer’s Work Takes Flight

By Abby Johnson  David Sears’s niece wasn’t interested in “Flying Naked.” To the young girl, it’s simply a boring adult book about piloting.  “You should write about an adventure,” she told him. “Something […]

Registration Open for 10th Annual Beverly Hills Turkey Trot

Registration is now open for the 10th annual Beverly Hills Turkey Trot 5K Run and Family Walk, presented by CIBC Bank, on Sat., Nov. 24, 9 a.m. at Christ the King School, 9240 S. Hoyne Ave. Participants will have the opportunity to run […]

That’s Hot Fashion Boutique

By Kristin Boza  Approaching its one-year anniversary in October, That’s Hot Fashion, 9925 S. Wood St., offers fashionable clothing and accessories sure to become a staple in every woman’s wardrobe.   Jointly owned […]

School Lunch Hacks for Busy Parents

By Kristin Boza  There’s a certain pleasure in packing school lunches for your kids; it’s a simple way to show them you care during a long day apart. Well, at least […]