BAPA Has One Goal: Improving the Community 

From representing our community’s best interests with city government to planting trees on neighborhood parkways, the Beverly Area Planning Association (BAPA) is at work making Beverly/Morgan Park the place where we love to live.  BAPA’s staff are changemakers, connectors and cheerleaders, and […]

Help for Weighty Issues 

By Eileen McNichols  Little Company of Mary Hospital  One of the most common health challenges in the United States today is obesity. Obesity is a medical term that refers to […]

On the Spot 

By Claire O’ Malley  Steve English, co-owner of the Blossom Boys on 103rd street, and therapist Patricia Ahern have started a new art and writing group called the Rainbow Youth Connections. Rainbow Youth […]

Midnight Circus Back at Ridge Park

By Kristin Boza   Secure your spot under the “little big top” when Midnight Circus in the Parks returns to Ridge Park, 9625 S. Longwood Dr., on Sat., Sept. 28 and Sun., Sept. 29 with shows […]

The 4th R is Refuse Plastic Packaging

By Mary Jo Viero  How can we eat less plastic? Let’s start by refusing to buy food that is unnecessarily packaged in plastic wrap and containers.   Why is it necessary to wrap corn in plastic?  To charge […]

Third times the charm!

By Talie Leeb  It may be an old saying, and a trite one at that, but for Ayanna McClain, an 8th grader at Christ the King School, the third time really was the […]

A New Direction Looks to Annual Benefit to Fund Growth 

A New Direction Beverly Morgan Park (AND), the community’s only domestic violence agency, will host its 2019 fundraiser Sat., Oct. 26, 7 to 10 p.m., at Ridge Country Club, 10522 S. California.  Musical entertainment, open bar and hors d’oeuvres highlight this annual event, along with a […]