#NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

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

Read More »
LoveWhereYouLive

Camping Out at a (Social) Distance

The Boy Scout motto is “Be prepared” and scouts from Troop 607 at Bethany Union Church were well prepared when they organized a troop campout in mid-April. The Troop usually

Read More »
#NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

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

Read More »
#NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

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

Read More »
BAPA At Work in the Community

New Neighbors: Jessica and Paul Payne 

New Neighbors  Jessica and Paul Payne  Jessica and Paul Payne moved into their Beverly/Morgan Park home on Aug. 21, 2019 and couldn’t be happier to be here. After a dozen years in a South Loop

Read More »
Arts & Entertainment

New Exhibit Decodes Hidden Messages 

By Grace Kuikman  What could hip hop writes and quilting have in common? Each of these art forms can convey hidden messages. Hidden Messages: Decoding Secrets, a new exhibit opening Fri., Feb. 7, 6 p.m. at

Read More »