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 […]

Please Support BAPA’s Work in Our Community

CANCELLED The pandemic forced the cancellation of BAPA’s major fundraising events – Home Tour, Ridge Run & Memorial Day Parade, and Beverly Hills Cycling Classic Bikes & Brews – eliminating […]

Anti-Racist Policy Empowers Facebook Group 

By Kristin Boza  Like the majority of Facebook groups, the “Moms of Beverly” group began as a way to bring together people who share a common interest — in this case, moms who live […]

Chicago Technology Loan Program

By Tina Jenkins Bell, BAPA School Liaison According to Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer LaTanya McDade, CPS has and will continue to disburse laptops and iPads to schools to […]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors – Update

As we all keep our social distance it’s more important than ever that we are a community of neighbors helping neighbors: check on one another, follow the common-sense rules for […]

THINGS TO DO IN THE APRIL GARDEN 

By Barbara Gyarmathy  Garden Club of Morgan Park Beverly Hills    Spring has returned! Hopefully you had some time over the winter to ponder your sleeping garden, browse gardening magazines and spring catalogues or even […]

Eat, Drink and Shop Local

Responding to the coronavirus requires us to maintain a safe distance – not what we’re used to in our close-knit, sociable community. Even from home we can work together to […]