News In Brief

JPAC election results

The Jackson Park Advisory Council held their annual board elections on Monday Nov. 12. The board works to preserve Jackson Park’s architecture and the native flora and fauna. Louise McCurry will retain her position as president. Aaron Stephens was voted vice president. Gary Ossewaarde was voted to retain his position as secretary. Dwight Powell was(…)

Rich Nayer appears in film

The recently completed independent drama “My Enemy’s Son” is a thoroughly local production: director and Bronzeville resident Will Adams’ second film was shot throughout Chicago’s South Side and features Hyde Park resident Rich Nayer as a leading character. The movie, which features an 18-person cast, follows the story of South Side drug dealer T-Low, who(…)

61st Street farmers market open

Although the temperature is plunging, the 61st Street Farmers Market at Experimental Station, 6100 S. Blackstone Ave., is still providing a broad array of seasonal fresh and prepared foods through Dec. 15. The indoor market also features chef demonstrations and classes by B’Gabs Goodies, and matches purchases using Link cards of up to $25. The(…)

Bette Cerf Hill at HPAC

A show featuring abstract work from Chicago artist Bette Cerf Hill is opening Sunday at the Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC), 5020 S. Cornell Ave. “String Theory” is a collection of Cerf Hill’s work inspired by concepts of energy and entropy. Along with abstract paintings, the longtime member of HPAC will also exhibit an installation(…)