Village Viewpoint

By Susan Flood, BAPA Executive Director  When I joined BAPA’s team six months ago I was very vocal with my viewpoint that Beverly/Morgan Park is the city’s most well-kept secret.  As I drive to work […]

BAC Black Box Theatre Series Debuts with ‘Dying City’

The Black Box Theatre Series at the Beverly Arts Center (BAC) debuts with a five-performance run of “Dying City,” Christopher Shinn’s play that eloquently explores a world in which loss, grief and violence profoundly affect people’s lives. Performances are Fri., […]

New Book is a Chicago Style Good Read

By Grace Kuikman  The experts say to write what you know. Lucky for readers, local author Dennis Foley knows what makes the City of Chicago tick.   In his new novel, “The […]

95th Street Fall Fest Offers Family Fun

Pumpkin Spice and everything nice! Celebrate the new season at the 95th Street Fall Fest, Sat. Oct. 6, 12 to 3 p.m., Barraco’s Beverly parking lot, 2105 W. 95th St. From face painting for the […]

Tombstone 5K Resurrected 

By Kristin Boza  After taking a hiatus for a few years, the Tombstone 5K run/walk is back and bringing some spooky fun to serious runners, casual walkers and kids on Sat., Oct. 20 […]

Beverly Theatre Guild Presents ‘She Loves Me’

Beverly Theatre Guild (BTG), Chicago’s longest running community theater, will present the romantic musical comedy “She Loves Me,” Fri., Oct. 12 and Sat., Oct. 13, 8 p.m., and Sun., Oct. […]