9 hours ago

Updated 4 min ago

Chicago Math and Science Academy Ranked Among the Top 5 Charter High Schools by Chicago Magazine

We are thrilled to be ranked #2 in the Top 5 Charter High Schools by Chicago magazine.
Thank you teachers, staff, students and community members for helping us achieve this honor.
http://www.chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magazine/September-2016/Best-Public-Schools/Chicago/

  • Independent Young Guy I want to see the TRUMP vs. clinton debate!!!

    Você filosofar tão bom.

  • Bruce I have a child in Senn and CMSA, as a parent I looked for schools that work for my kids. The previous CPS school my kids were in did not have children with disabilities. I believe there are certain schools thru out CPS that do provide those services. I...

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    Bruce I have a child in Senn and CMSA, as a parent I looked for schools that work for my kids. The previous CPS school my kids were in did not have children with disabilities. I believe there are certain schools thru out CPS that do provide those services. I have a friend with a disabled child if you'd like more info. Every school has children with IEPs though the councilors and therapists are stretched
    Very thin. That is not a school problem it's a CPS problem. Yes if my child had one CMSA were prepared to help.

5 hours ago

Updated 19 min ago

Is it us?

Is it us or does Linze Rice report half truths and sensationalized, practically false stories as fact?
We read that tripe about the Arizona couple leaving Chicago after a day.
The story is inconsistent.
That's really not the problem. It gives and promotes a bad name for our city.
We think this is irresponsible reporting all the way around.
What ever happened to a reporters quest for facts?

  • Rogers Park is filled with interesting and uplifting human interest stories. Linze should write about them. One of the more interesting stories is how a retired US Navy postal clerk, with an educational background in social anthropology, transformed his mental toughness that was gained in military service into a force to help create a thriving business universe in one of Chicago's most depressed neighborhoods.

  • Jon 10yr Rogers Park / 8yr Edgewater

    "Teens with an utter lack of street smarts encounter crazy person. They decide to engage. Logical consequences ensue."

    That appears to be the actual story. Too short for print?

1 hour ago

Updated 33 min ago

Whistlers

When did Whistler's close? I was up by that area today and saw that the building was for sale.

25 hours ago

Updated 45 min ago

John Oliver Takes on Charter Schools

https://actionnetwork.org/forms/john-oliver-takes-on-charter-schools?link_id=1&can_id=47db77c409ccecedf8aca7a2698b27e9&source=email-john-oliver-did-something-amazing&email_referrer=john-oliver-did-something-amazing&email_subject=john-oliver-did-something-amazing

Great criticism of charters. Oliver is actually generous-/ he does not addres the way they avoid real assessment (e.g., sending kids not doing well back to the public schools and often selecting only certain students to begin with).

    John Oliver Takes on Charter Schools
    John Oliver did something incredible on his HBO show "Last Week Tonight": He exposed the waste, fraud and abuse that are far too common in the charter school industry.
    https://actionnetwork.org
  • Jarvis John Lock up the inveterate liar

    Oh, I got that...

    When you are you talking about boards and committees, which do you mean?

  • Bruce_ University of North Texas

    Any that he sits on.

Jun 01

Updated 1 hour ago

The Ultimate Guide to 2016 Movies in the Parks

Rogers Park (7348 N. Paulina St., Wed. 7/27)

Rogers Park (1230 W. Greenleaf Ave., Sat 7/16)

Rogers Park (7340 N. Rogers Ave., Tue. 6/14)

This article has 83 other Chicago locations (Show)

Norwood Park (5430 N. Olcott Ave., Wed. 8/10)

Montclare (3020 N. Oak Park Ave., Wed. 8/17)

Portage Park (6343 W. Irving Park Rd., Wed. 8/17)

South Loop (44 W. 15th St., Mon. 8/22)

East Garfield Park (3201 W. Chicago Ave., Tue 7/19)

Austin (5085 W. Adams St., Thurs. 7/21)

Ravenswood (5100 N. Francisco Ave., Mon. 8/1)

Montclare (6871 W. Belden Ave., Wed. 8/3)

Dunning (6935 W. Addison St., Wed. 8/3)

Lincoln Park (1919 N. Seminary Ave. Thurs. 8/4)

Chicago Lawn (6743 S. Kedzie Ave. Tues. 8/9)

Bronzeville (535 E. 35th St. Sat. 8/13)

Pilsen (1119 W. Cullerton St. Mon. 8/15)

Logan Square (2636 N. Kimball Ave. Sat. 8/20)

Clearing (5210 W. 64th St. Tues. 8/23)

Lake View (1230 W. School St., Fri. 8/26)

South Deering (2820 E. 98th St. Sat., 8/27)

West Rogers Park (6748 N. Sacramento Ave., Mon. 7/18)

Belmont Cragin (6100 W. Fullerton Ave. Fri 8/5)

Brighton Park (2725 W. 41st St., Tues. 8/16)

South Loop (1801 S. Indiana Ave., Sat. 8/20)

Irving Park (3546 W. Addison St., Fri. 8/26)

Bucktown (2200 N. Oakley Ave., Mon. 8/29)

West Loop (115 S. Sangamon St., Wed. 6/15)

Albany Park (3000 W. Argyle St., Fri. 7/1)

Loop (337 E. Randolph St., Sun. 6/26)

Lake View (825 W. Sheridan Rd., Thurs. 8/4)

Albany Park (4650 N. Lawndale Ave., Fri. 8/26)

Uptown (4501 N. Clarendon Ave., Fri 8/5)

Garfield Ridge (5120 W. 44th St., Sun. 6/26)

Englewood (513 W. 72nd St., Wed. 7/20)

West Pullman (401 W. 123rd St., Fri. 8/12)

Chatham (8223 S. Princeton Ave., Fri., 6/17)

Garfield Ridge (5625 S. Mobile Ave., Thurs. 6/30)

Gold Coast (808 N. Lake Shore Dr., Sun. 7/17)

Hyde Park (5200 S. Hyde Park Blvd., Wed. 6/15)

West Town (1419 W. Blackhawk St., Sat. 6/18)

Sauganash (5861 N. Kostner Ave., Sat. 6/18)

Irving Park (3945 N. Springfield Ave., Wed 6/22)

Auburn Gresham (1440 W. 84th St., Mon 7/25)

Bucktown (1722 N. Ashland Ave., Tues. 7/26)

River North (630 N. Kingsbury St., Tues. 8/2)

North Lawndale (3559 W. Arthington St., Fri. 7/1)

Austin (1333 N. Laramie Ave. Thurs. 7/14)

Little Village (2800 S. Sacramento Blvd, Sat. 6/18)

Grand Crossing (7655 S. Ingleside Ave., Tues. 8/2)

Lincoln Park (2021 N. Burling St., Fri. 7/8)

North Center (2509 W. Irving Park Rd., Fri. 7/22)

Edgebrook (6525 N. Hiawatha Ave. Fri. 8/19)

Lincoln Park, Chicago History Museum (1601 N. Clark St. Tue. 7/12)

Humboldt Park (4134 W. Hirsch St., Tue. 6/14)

Little Village (3660 W. 23rd St., Fri. 6/17)

Back of the Yards (5203 S. Lowe Ave., Thurs. 6/30)

Brainerd (1246 W. 92nd St. Wed. 7/6)

Near West Side (2106 W. Adams St. Wed. 7/13)

South Loop (1700 S. Wentworth Ave. Fri. 7/15)

Washington Heights (965 W. 95th St., Thurs. 7/21)

Clearing (5940 S. Central Ave., Thurs. 8/4)

Roseland (201 E. 111th St., Fri., 8/5)

South Chicago (8930 S. Muskegon Ave., Thurs. 8/11)

Garfield Ridge (5010 W. 50th St., Fri. 8/12)

Ravenswood (5100 N. Leavitt St., Sat. 8/13)

East Side (3325 E. 108th St., Sun. 8/14)

Englewood (5727 S. Racine Ave., Thurs. 8/18)

Lincoln Park (2534 N. Greenview Ave., Thurs. 8/18)

Austin (5610 W. Lake St., Fri. 8/19)

Austin (500 S. Central Ave. Sat. 8/6)  

Park Manor (7140 S. Martin Luther King Dr., Fri. 7/8).

Lincoln Park (1001 W. Wrightwood Ave., Sun. 7/17)

Dunning (8029 W. Forest Preserve Dr., Sun. 7/17)

South Loop (1357 S. Indiana Ave., Mon. 8/1)

Jefferson Park (4630 N. Milwaukee Ave. Thurs. 8/25)

Wicker Park (1425 N. Damen Ave., Thurs. 6/30)

Albany Park (5100 N. Ridgeway Ave., Fri. 7/8)

Lincoln Park (2045 N. Lincoln Park West, Wed. 6/29)

Ravenswood (2333 W. Sunnyside Ave., Tues. 8/2)

Ravenswood (2708 W. Lawrence Ave. Sat. 6/18)

Jefferson Park (5421 N. Menard Ave., Fri. 6/17)

Back of the Yards (4430 S. Marshfield Ave., Tues. 6/21)

Auburn Gresham (8335 S. Honore St., Fri. 7/15)

Pilsen (1824 S. Wood St., Thurs. 7/28)

Lawndale (4320 W. 15th St., Fri. 8/26)

Lake View (3200 N. Lake Shore Dr., Mon. 6/13)

    The Ultimate Guide to 2016 Movies in the Parks
    There's much to love about the Chicago Park District's Movies in the Park program: They're (mostly) kid friendly, free for your viewing pleasure, and spread throughout the city all summer.
    http://www.chicagomag.com

  • Vermillion

    It's a shame. I was just emailed a post to collect as as many signatures to kick some scum bag off football team for kicking and beating a dog with a belt bc had an accident potty trained

    I sent him an invite to meet me so I can show him how it feels ....... And make a real man out of his coward
    Punk !!!
    Few things don't mess with; kids, animals, elderly , women and vulnerable . Takes me to an entire different level

  • vermillion Garfield Ridge

    I have a special needs child, so I to have strong feelings on the issue. Also, the others you named.
    I would love to see that scum learn a lesson, but we rarely do! It's okay, I believe they will one day get what's coming to them...they will.

2 days ago

Updated 2 hours ago

Police Accountability

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

    Police Accountability
    Chicago 49th Ward Alderman, Joe Moore, talks about police accountability. For more information visit: http://www.ward49.com/
    http://comcastnewsmakers.com

  • Face facts: This alderman is just coasting and kissing Rahm's ring until he can collect that hefty government pension. He has stopped making any kind of contribution to our ward. He could step down tomorrow and we would all be better off, if anybody even noticed.

  • Jarvis John Lock up the inveterate liar

    ^exactly

Aug 10

Updated 2 hours ago

    City Asks Pokemon Go Developers To Remove Stop After Players Trample Dunes
    ROGERS PARK - Pokemon Go players are unwittingly trampling endangered plants near a North Side beach, and now the Chicago Park District is asking game developers to step in and remove the protected area from the wildly popular game.
    https://www.dnainfo.com
  • Game is already dying. Give it another month or two, and its a non issue.

  • Kate Kinser Immigrant advocste

    I hope you're right and it goes the way of klick-klack blocks . But the cards have already had several iterations, before the on -line game, so they may, like the Hulu Hoop, revive themselves every few years.

10 hours ago

Updated 3 hours ago

MOVIE FILMING at Gas Station

There was a lot of activity at the gas station on Sheridan and Howard yesterday. It seems they were filming a movie.
Does anyone know more?

  • Thanks for posting the ntnm link, Braxter.

    After endless troll rants about the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce, I finally decided to find out who they are. So I listened to the interview Braxter posted above while perusing their website.

    What an innocuous group with a perfectly respectable business member...

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    Thanks for posting the ntnm link, Braxter.

    After endless troll rants about the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce, I finally decided to find out who they are. So I listened to the interview Braxter posted above while perusing their website.

    What an innocuous group with a perfectly respectable business member list! It's almost impossible to imagine what motivates this personal vendetta EB members are carrying on against this group of local businesses. They can't possibly be doing anything to justify this level of vitrol.

    And there are consequences to this hate campaign.

    https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150929/rogers-park/everyblock-beef-suspected-after-brick-thrown-at-rogers-park-chamber-window.

    I've seen quite a few of the inappropriate posts (quickly removed) where people are trying to identify each other and carry this ridiculous feuding into public spaces.

    This seems to go far beyond the obvious polarized political views that we so often debate. It can't possibly be all about Alderman Moore, either. Who really cares what anyone thinks about the alderman? I'm not trying to diminish or insult him when I say that he just isn't that important. The Moores/Anit-Moores can go back and forth all day about him, but how could that possibly inspire this level of hatred?

    I don't think I want to know what the motives are here. They can't possibly justify the personal attacks that go on here and in public spaces around Rogers Park.

    I don't care who agrees with me or who is passionately opposed to my views. It's wrong to stoop to this level of conduct towards your neighbors.

  • I repeal this entire comment! Just discovered the public Facebook Group "Insane Trolls of Rogers Park on Everyblock" This is not about stooping to low conduct towards your neighbors. You choose this for yourselves.

2 days ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Rahm Promises Schools Will Open on Time, Dismisses CPS Strike Talk

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

    Rahm Dismisses CPS Strike Talk, Defends $250M Tax Increase
    SOUTH SHORE - Insisting Chicago Public Schools "are going to open up on time," Mayor Rahm Emanuel dismissed strike threats Monday and defended a $250 million property-tax increase as "what's right" to fund education. Speaking in South Shore, where he touted the completion of a district-wide air-conditioning program this school year, Emanuel assured parents the fall term would start as scheduled after Labor Day.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

5 days ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Looking for a good vet

Hi,
I'm new here and looking for a good vet in the Rogers Park area. Any recommendations? I have a middle-aged dog and two youngish cats.

Thanks,
Mike

  • If you can travel a little north to Skokie, I've been very pleased with Dr. Roberts at McCormick Animal Hospital :http://www.mccormickanimalhospital.com/. You must make an appointment to see Dr. Roberts.

  • Tina D. Lincoln Square to North Park

    I have to disagree with Broadway. I'm actually looking for a new one since my last visit with them. They kept us waiting and started taking other patients before us. This had happened numerous times. I really like Dr Kaz but come on man... What's the point of making appointments?

Aug 14

Updated 6 hours ago

Grocery delivery services

Are there any other grocery delivery services similar to Instacart that delivers to the RP area?

  • Tovi RP resident for 8 years, triathlete

    I've used Instacart and they were great. Problem is they would increase the prices on items without telling me. Not sure if they still do or if they no tell shoppers which items have different prices from those at the store.

  • Di

    Thanks for all of the suggestions. I currently use Instacart but was wondering if there were cheaper alternatives.

2 days ago

Updated 7 hours ago

Cops: Two in Custody After Brazen Nordstrom Purse Thefts

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

Police caught up with the getaway car two blocks away near Grand Avenue and Dearborn Street.

    Cops: Two in Custody After Brazen Nordstrom Purse Thefts
    Two people are in custody, police said, after a brazen mid-day robbery left smashed cars on Grand Avenue. Chicago Police say the incident started around 10 a.m. at the Louis Vuitton store inside the Nordstrom Shopping Center when at least two people grabbed several high-end purses and took off.
    http://www.nbcchicago.com

  • Independent Young Guy I want to see the TRUMP vs. clinton debate!!!

    Tom Farwell, you don't have to call people names just because they don't think like you do.

  • For a purse!
    There's been low life elements stalking Michigan ave causing trouble this past year.
    We're glad the police are kicking them back under their rocks.

  • Bruce_ University of North Texas

    Past several years the lowlifes have been hanging around the loop.

Aug 17

Updated 7 hours ago

2 Rogers Park Schools Should Merge After Big Drop In Enrollment: Ald. Moore

According to data from Chicago Public Schools, Field Elementary School, 7019 N. Ashland Ave., is expected to have 95 fewer students than last year, in part due to the grade loss. By 2021, the school is expected to have only 176 students — well below its "ideal" capacity of 690, by CPS standards.

Similarly, Kilmer Elementary, at 6700 N. Greenview Ave., is expected to drop from 702 students this fall to 583 by fall 2021, Moore said.

At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, Moore will hold a community meeting on the proposal at Sullivan High School, 6631 N. Bosworth Ave.

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

Rather than leaving the building vacant, Field School could then be occupied by Decatur Classical Elementary School currently at 7030 N. Sacramento Ave. in West Ridge. 

    2 Rogers Park Schools Should Merge After Big Drop In Enrollment: Ald. Moore
    ROGERS PARK - Ald. Joe Moore (49th) said he's proposing two Rogers Park elementary schools with declining enrollments - Kilmer and Field - to potentially merge by September 2017, and move Decatur Classical School from West Ridge into the building left vacant by Field.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

  • Dave CPS Teacher

    Bruce has a good point about teachers in charters. I met a teacher from CMSA when I was taking a class for physics teachers at U of I a few years ago. He was very critical of CMSA and like most teachers in charters, was hoping to get into a...

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    Bruce has a good point about teachers in charters. I met a teacher from CMSA when I was taking a class for physics teachers at U of I a few years ago. He was very critical of CMSA and like most teachers in charters, was hoping to get into a regular public school when an opening was available. He told me teachers there are paid by individual contracts negotiated between the teacher and the principal, and can be fired at any time during the year without cause. The average salary there was around $45K. I was also surprised when he told me that he did not have a lab for his classes. Possibly things have changed there since I spoke with him, if anyone has new information that contradicts this, please share. Unfortunately, their website is not of much help. Hers'a an interesting challenge for fans of "Where's Waldo." Go to their website (http://www.cmsaonline.net/ and try to find the name of their principal, or information on LSC meetings, or LSC members.

  • Gabriel Resident of PRRP

    "Stupid racist honky" your name says it all.

6 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Break in.

I live on 6532 n Newgard and after I bought at $t alarm system, few days later, I was burglarized. So I quit them.
And within last week, I was burlarized few times again. Is this nieghborhood a ghetto? I moved here in 2013, after living on Chase and Greenview for 7 years. Similar stuff happened there and I had a chicago detective assigned to me who did absolute zilch. Do you guys endure this too? Or is it jist me?

  • Susan, thank god you were never seriously hurt or present durning the breaking. God bless you. Thank you for posting what's been happening. You got a few ideas from those concern about you. Good luck and God bless.

  • Susan I am very sorry, about what happen to you.
    it is so sad that we have to deal with things that no
    careing people do to us.
    All I can tell you now is
    just try to relax in sit back an try to figure out what will
    be your next plan on how you can protect yourself
    an your home.
    GOD bless you, an give
    you strength.

    Peace-out✌️

5 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Loyola Dunes Nature Preserve

The Loyola Dunes Nature Preserve is a unique collection of plants and animals many of which are protected under Federal or State law. More than 99%+ of the species found in the roughly four-acre preserve are native to Illinois. Although open to the public for general enjoyment and appreciation, the area also is important for both educational and research purposes. Recently new signs and control ropes have been installed to protect the area. Please feel free to walk through and...

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The Loyola Dunes Nature Preserve is a unique collection of plants and animals many of which are protected under Federal or State law. More than 99%+ of the species found in the roughly four-acre preserve are native to Illinois. Although open to the public for general enjoyment and appreciation, the area also is important for both educational and research purposes. Recently new signs and control ropes have been installed to protect the area. Please feel free to walk through and enjoy the preserve but please also respect the nature inside the preserve. Most importantly, please do not allow unleashed dogs to run through the nature preserve. The protected area is for everyone to enjoy but also to respect at the same time.

  • Wazzup not available

    this needed an explanation? Duh.

  • Good morning James. Is "Duh" a common Edgewater expression? Come visit us up in Rogers Park some time. We welcome visits from plain folk. We even share our beautiful lakefront and beaches with guests from other neighborhoods. It's all free James and we don't need to spend taxpayer's money on a multi-million dollar bicycle path or artificial boardwalk in order to do it. Come join the fun people up in Rogers Park.

Aug 17

Updated 9 hours ago

    Ald. Moore: Move Decatur Classical School into shrinking Field
    Decatur Classical School, an elite K-6th school that's long complained of outgrowing its Far North Side facility, could move into a large building currently occupied by Field Elementary School as early as September 2017. Ald. Joe Moore (49th) champions the plan, according to Decatur's principal and expansion committee chair, who sent a letter Tuesday to the school's parents.
    http://chicago.suntimes.com
  • Looks like only one unhinged individual ranting yet again about the chamber.
    And yeah, looks like during the prime boozing hours.

  • It only looks that way because so many of the other wildly inappropriate posts were removed. Trust me, both sides of the troll war are equally offensive.

9 hours ago

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29 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

The 13 Best French Fries Around Chicago

bopnGrill is at 6604 N. Sheridan Rd. and 921 W. Belmont Ave.

This article has 12 other Chicago locations (Show)

Frietkoten Belgian Fries & Beer is at 131 N. Clinton St.

Cross-Rhodes is at 913 Chicago Ave., Evanston.

Au Cheval is at 800 W. Randolph St.

Frite Street is at 400 S. Financial Pl.

Beef & Barley is at 3001 N. Ashland Ave.

DMK Burger Bar is at 2954 N. Sheffield Ave. and 2370 Fountain Square Dr., Lombard, and also has outposts at Soldier Field and Navy Pier.

Edzo’s Burger Shop is at 1571 Sherman Ave., Evanston.

bopnGrill is at 6604 N. Sheridan Rd. and 921 W. Belmont Ave.

Little Goat is at 820 W. Randolph St.

BIG & little’s is at 860 N. Orleans St., 1034 W. Belmont Ave. and 1310 N. Milwaukee Ave.

BIG & little’s is at 860 N. Orleans St., 1034 W. Belmont Ave. and 1310 N. Milwaukee Ave.

BIG & little’s is at 860 N. Orleans St., 1034 W. Belmont Ave. and 1310 N. Milwaukee Ave.

    The 13 Best French Fries Around Chicago
    Let's be honest: if you don't appreciate a good old pile of fried spuds alongside your Chicago-style hot dog, you're dead inside. Fries, in all their forms, capture our hearts-and that's true across generations, regardless of political preference and no matter where you reside. After all, they're classic. Well, sometimes.
    http://chicagoist.com

  • JohnL Retired old foggey.

    Kim-Chi fries at Bop Inn....Yum just wonderful.

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2 days ago

Updated 29 hours ago

The Best, Most Incredible Cosplay Of Wizard World Chicago 2016

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

    The Beachwood Reporter - The Best, Most Incredible Cosplay Of Wizard World Chicago 2016
    Beachwood Bookmarks So You've Decided To Be Evil Vintage Beer Signs Easy Bar Tricks Best of Craigslist Wacky Packages Chicagology Taquitos Snack Food Reviews How Products Are Made Everyday Mysteries Chicago Zombie FAIL Texts From Last Night Fuck My Life Awkward Family Photos QuackWatch Alcademics Lamebook Ultra Local Geography Uncyclopedia Best Pinball Machine Ever Land of Sky Beer Waters Calumet 412 Chicago Patterns Vince Michael's Time Tells
    http://www.beachwoodreporter.com

3 days ago

Updated 29 hours ago

Festival near Clark and morse

It's almost midnight and there is incredibly loud music that has been playing for what seems like hours. My two year old is up screaming cause it's so loud and he can't sleep. Does anyone know what's going on and when it will stop? I'm tempted to call the police.

6 days ago

Updated 31 hours ago

Sheridan Road and Juneway Terrace 1937.

It was a gas! From the Illinois history FB page.

2 days ago

Updated 32 hours ago

‘Southside With You’ stars hope Obamas feel film is authentic

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

    'Southside With You' stars hope Obamas feel film is authentic
    Talk about pressure! Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers smiled as they were asked about the challenge of portraying two of the most famous living people in the world: Michelle and Barack Obama in the Chicago-made film "Southside With You," opening Friday.
    http://chicago.suntimes.com

33 hours ago

You have 3 new neighbors in your followed places, including…

2 days ago

Updated 33 hours ago

Doubek: Beware of fake news and charges as Election Day nears

7356 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago, IL 60602, 42.01564990000001, -87.6686158

    Doubek: Beware of fake news and polls and as Election Day nears
    Follow @MDoubekRebootIL It's deceit season. Voters beware. An envelope arrived last week from Friends of Marty Moylan. The letter inside was dated Aug. 16 and in big type it read: "Petition to Crack Down on Child Sex Abuse."
    http://chicago.suntimes.com

  • Tom Farwell love farmers markets

    Beware of fake media mentions.

40 hours ago

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