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Davis McCarty’s sculpture called “Quantum Me” will be placed on the north side of 99th Street.

Davis McCarty’s sculpture called “Quantum Me” will be placed on the north side of 99th Street.

A sculpture that changes color based on the location of the viewer is coming to Beverly's quaint shopping district at 99th Street and Walden Parkway. Read Article

Choose Kind Chicago Day Includes ‘Wonder’ Author R.J. Palacio

"Mary Cate Lynch, 3, of Beverly, is the driving force behind an effort asking Chicago-area school children to "Choose Kind."" Read the article by Howard Ludwig, DNA Info, here.

Neighborhood Magic @ Ridge Historical Society

On August 19, 2015 five of the participants and Beverly Area Arts Alliance met for the first time at the Ridge Historical Society in Beverly."  Read more....  

Beverly Library Artists Talk, DNAinfo

Read the article, Artists Eager To Explain Their Work 5 Years After It Debuted in Library, on DNAinfo.

How to Build an Art Scene, South Side Weekly

Read the article, How to Build and Art Scene, online.

The Frunchroom Vol II

The first event was a great success and I'm hoping for more on July 16th at 7:30pm when The Frunchroom will once again be open at O'Rourke's Office (11064 S. Western) for stories of, and by, people and...   Read More »

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Are you a Beverly/Morgan Park resident over the age of 70?

The Alliance has commissioned artist Carron Little, who creates and performs under the name the Queen of Luxuria, to create a community based art project that will premiere at the Beverly Art Walk, October...   Read More »

The Frunchroom – A New Southside Reading Series

Spoken word or live lit, a growing literary art scene across Chicago, is now coming to Beverly/Morgan Park. The Green Mill has Paper Machete, Lincoln Square has Essay Fiesta, The Hideout has Funny Ha-Ha, and...   Read More »

Victory Reins in Beverly

In 2006, Sandy Michalewicz followed her heart and opened Victory Reins Therapeutic Riding Center. Located in Peotone, the Center serves children and adults from 3 years to 76 years old, with special needs...   Read More »

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