Here's your Today In Niles and Morton Grove report for Tuesday, Sept. 24.
- It's National Voter Registration Day, and Morton Grove Village Clerk Ed Ramos announced registration forms will be available at the village hall.
- The Niles Village Board meeting takes place Tuesday at 7 p.m.
- Radio personalities Lou Manfredini and Steve Cochran entertain at a benefit Tuesday for the Leaning Tower YMCA. It's being held at the Gale Street Inn. $50. 6 p.m.
- Want to learn more about, or celebrate, the Jewish harvest festival holiday of Sukkot? Visit the sukkah, a traditional temporary backyard structure with branches for a roof, at Oakton and Lincoln.
- Maybe you've always had a rebellious streak, or wanted to join the subversive group in college but never did. It's not too late. You can get an "I Read Banned Books" pin at the Morton Grove Library in honor of Banned Books Week, Sept. 22-28. There will also be "spontaneous readings of challenged books." Wow! Almost as exciting as a sit-in.
- Listen to a lecture on the Lyric Opera's production of "Otello" at the Niles Library. I can't sit through it without wanting to jump onstage and wring that nasty, plotting Iago's neck.
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