A few things you should know about tree care  

By Anne Alt  Many homeowners see landscapers working around trees and may assume what they are doing is correct. Landscapers usually are not well educated in tree care. There are many local examples of two landscaping practices that are bad for tree health: […]

Play Pickleball at Local Parks 

  By Kristin Boza  Peter picked a peck of … pickleballs?   It’s a silly name for an incredibly fun-for-all-ages game! Pickleball which was invented in 1965 by a trio of Washington state dads who were […]

Tulip Time Cruise 

  Imagine seeing endless fields of colorful spring tulips while sailing on the waterways of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  LaManda Joy of City Grange and Julianne Gorny of Travel Adventures and Tours are designing a river cruise next April […]

Fall Decorating Tips for a Green Halloween 

By Kristin Boza  With the state of trick-or-treating unknown at this time, many neighbors are dreaming up ways to ensure the festive autumnal spirit is showcased throughout the community. Decorating the […]

Business Spotlight: A Hopping Place for Families

By Brittany Wiley Michelle Bryant-Smith and her husband Maurice Smith opened Little Hoppers Play Café, 2670 W 111th St., in August.  It’s an interactive and creative boutique style play space […]

Village Viewpoint – September 2020

By Gary Jenkins, BAPA Safety Liaison I have lived in the Beverly/Morgan Park community for the past sixteen plus years. My wife Sharon and I moved here from the 6500 […]

New Neighbors: Megan Wright and Nate Otto

By Kristin Boza Dance and art are passions of new neighbors Megan Wright and Nate Otto. Wright grew up in Beverly/Morgan Park and built a dance and art career on […]

Don’t Wait to Get Medical Care

It’s been reported in publications from the LA Times to the Washington Post: As many as one third of Americans are delaying medical care because they are afraid of being […]