30 hours ago

Updated 7 min ago

Voter fraud prevention mechanism

Hello neighbors,

I have a question about this year's election.

A couple hours ago I went to vote early at Warren Park. I wasn't asked to identify myself other than provide my name and address on a paper form (which I assume was then cross-checked against a pre-existing list by one of the volunteers).

My question is this: what would prevent me from going to another early voting locale tomorrow and cast a vote again? Would the volunteer at that...

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Hello neighbors,

I have a question about this year's election.

A couple hours ago I went to vote early at Warren Park. I wasn't asked to identify myself other than provide my name and address on a paper form (which I assume was then cross-checked against a pre-existing list by one of the volunteers).

My question is this: what would prevent me from going to another early voting locale tomorrow and cast a vote again? Would the volunteer at that location check first if my name appears on their own pre-existing list, and if it didn't, I would be sent away?

I don't remember not having to identify myself at previous elections (in fact, when another person I know went to vote early, he said he was explicitly instructed to "put away your ID"). I know that voter ID is a hot button issue, but I genuinely want to know what steps are being taken this time around to prevent potential voter fraud.

Thank you in advance for any insightful comments/responses.

  • Suzanne, thanks for the info! I wasn't aware of any of that.

  • I voted early today at Pottawattomie Park. There was quite a line. I filled out the form, referring to my voter registration card because I couldn't recall my precinct. I then signed the form. Once I was with the election judge, she verified my signature by looking up my registration on a computer. Nothing seemed strange to me. It was a lot like voting on election day.

3 days ago

Updated 13 min ago

Leone Park-Beach Meeting

Last night Danny Diamond and Chris Serb spoke with much heart and changed the conversation from a nature center to a tribute to Sam Leone and the lifeguard program.

8 hours ago

Updated 24 min ago

Last Chance to Vote Early; Recommendations on the Election, Including Judicial Retention

Saturday, November 1st, is your last chance to vote early for the November election. Early voting polling stations are open today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Below is information on Early Voting followed by a link to my recommendations on the election, including the referenda and the judicial retention ballot:

EARLY VOTING INFORMATION

Early voting takes place Friday and Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at any of the 51 early voting locations across...

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Saturday, November 1st, is your last chance to vote early for the November election. Early voting polling stations are open today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Below is information on Early Voting followed by a link to my recommendations on the election, including the referenda and the judicial retention ballot:

EARLY VOTING INFORMATION

Early voting takes place Friday and Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at any of the 51 early voting locations across the city, including the following locations convenient to 49th Ward residents:

Pottawattomie Park
7340 N. Rogers (just west of the Metra tracks)

Broadway Armory Park
5917 N. Broadway (at Thorndale)

Warren Park
6601 N. Western (2 blocks south of Pratt)

Chicago Board of Elections
69 W. Washington
Lower level (across from Daley Plaza)

For a complete list of early voting locations, visit:

http://www.chicagoelections.com/en/early-voting.html

If you need a ride to an early voting site, please reply to this e-mail or call 773-973-4900.

IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE, YOU CAN STILL REGISTER TO VOTE AT ANY EARLY VOTING SITE. After you complete your voter registration, you must vote at that time. If you need to register to vote, please bring two forms of ID, one of which must have your current address. For a list of acceptable forms of identification, visit:

http://www.chicagoelections.com/en/grace-period-registration-and-voting.html

JOE MOORE'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE ELECTION, INCLUDING THE REFERENDA AND JUDICIAL RETENTION BALLOT

For my recommendations, visit:

http://www.ward49.com/site/epage/155684_322.htm#Joe

  • Helen North of Howard for 50 + years

    I'm perfectly willing to vote for a Republican and certainly have in the past. But there hasn't been a Republican worth voting for in many years.

  • Joe Moore Alderman, 49th Ward

    In my younger days, I would always split my ballot and cast my vote for a few Republicans. That was back in the day when the Republican party had its share of moderate candidates and office holders--people such as John Anderson, Susan Catania, Chuck Percy, Jacob Javits, Edward Brooke, Elroy...

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    In my younger days, I would always split my ballot and cast my vote for a few Republicans. That was back in the day when the Republican party had its share of moderate candidates and office holders--people such as John Anderson, Susan Catania, Chuck Percy, Jacob Javits, Edward Brooke, Elroy Sandquist and the like. Back then, they were sometimes even called "liberal Republicans."

    Those days are long gone. Beginning with the Reagan era of the 1980s and continuing to the present day, the Republican party has lurched ever more decidedly to the far right. A moderate, such as the people I referenced above, could never win a Republican primary today except in certain state legislative districts and suburban municipalities. To win a Republican primary today, a candidate must adhere to a right wing, corportatist, knee-jerk, anti-government ideology that has proven so harmful to our nation.

    The Democratic Party is not perfect, but at least it offers a home for those who believe in civil and human rights and in government serving the many and not the few. I fight like hell to get progressives nominated in the Democratic Party primaries. Sometimes the Democratic primary voters choose the candidate I support, sometimes they vote for someone else. But regardless of whom the Democratic voters select as their standard bearer, that candidate in this day and age is almost always preferable to whomever wins the Republican primary.

    This is why I challenged Meli to name a Republican candidate for office in this current election who is preferable to their Democratic opponent, as imperfect as that Democrat may be. It's all well and good to talk in theory about supporting the "better candidate," but who would that candidate be, Meli?

1 hour ago

Egged

Just got egged, and I am even handing out candy! 6700 block of Ashland, looks like none of the neighbors got it. What gives?

8 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

A&T Restaurant

This place is the best. Hubby& I went to dinner there last night. I had the Turkey dinner he had the meatloaf. The sides of mashed potatoes w/gravy, mixed veggies cauliflower, brocilli peas & corn. Bread basket & lettuce salad definitely a great meal. I had to take my turkey home, they just overload the plate. Did I mention the stuffing? It was so moist & tasty, just unbelievable. We don't understand why there isn't a line going around the...

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This place is the best. Hubby& I went to dinner there last night. I had the Turkey dinner he had the meatloaf. The sides of mashed potatoes w/gravy, mixed veggies cauliflower, brocilli peas & corn. Bread basket & lettuce salad definitely a great meal. I had to take my turkey home, they just overload the plate. Did I mention the stuffing? It was so moist & tasty, just unbelievable. We don't understand why there isn't a line going around the block to get into this place. We have never had a bad meal or bad service here. The staff are just very helpful & considerate. This restaurant is a real treasure & I just can't say enough about the staff who are all so very nice. We usually have breakfast there every Sunday morning my husband likes to try something different every week. He has not been disappointed.

  • The last time I was there the place was filthy and waitresses surly, sounds likes it's much better now.

  • robin in WRP misanthrope

    Our last experience there was similar to Paul's

Oct 12

Updated 1 hour ago

Rogers Park trans woman alleges landlord discrimination

Michelle Roberts, 6413 N. Glenwood Ave., was allegedly informed by representatives of her landlord, Zoran Knezev, in mid-September that Knezev...

  • sidney morgan WitchCraft Christ

    Blessed Be

  • sidney morgan WitchCraft Christ

    This is truely my last E.B. post. Thank-you all for your comments pro or con. Good luck to all of you. Take care. I will no longer respond to comments left on this thread. I again thank all who put up with the constant thread makeing messageing. You are all...

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    This is truely my last E.B. post. Thank-you all for your comments pro or con. Good luck to all of you. Take care. I will no longer respond to comments left on this thread. I again thank all who put up with the constant thread makeing messageing. You are all special. Thanks and good-bye. U-tube bound. Noone can say I don't speak well. My voice has power. Most of my life blacks say I talk like a white person. I just say I talk educated. I remember once I scheduled a meeting with a previous land-lord. When she saw me the 1st thing she said was I did not know "you were black" but she still rented to me. She was cool after I told her I was a Republican.

Oct 21 2012

Updated 2 hours ago

Avoid the Lines; Vote Early or Vote by Mail Starting Monday

Avoid the lines at the polls and potentially bad weather on Election Day by VOTING EARLY OR BY MAIL!

VOTE EARLY

Vote early at any one of 51 locations beginning Monday, October 22nd, until Saturday, November 3rd. Early voting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Here are the Early Voting locations most convenient to 49th Ward residents:

Pottawattomie Park
7340 N. Rogers (just west of the Metra tracks)

Broadway Armory Park
5917 N. Broadway (at...

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Avoid the lines at the polls and potentially bad weather on Election Day by VOTING EARLY OR BY MAIL!

VOTE EARLY

Vote early at any one of 51 locations beginning Monday, October 22nd, until Saturday, November 3rd. Early voting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Here are the Early Voting locations most convenient to 49th Ward residents:

Pottawattomie Park
7340 N. Rogers (just west of the Metra tracks)

Broadway Armory Park
5917 N. Broadway (at Thorndale)

Warren Park
6601 N. Western (2 blocks south of Pratt)

Chicago Board of Elections
69 W. Washington
Lower level (across from Daley Plaza)

If you need a ride to an early voting site, please email my office at ward49@cityofchicago.org or call 773-973-4900.

Early Voting is also available Sundays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Board of Elections office, 69 W. Washington, and at two city neighborhood locations, including Welles Park, 2333 W. Sunnyside.

At all Early Voting sites, you will need to bring a government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license or state I.D.

VOTE BY MAIL

You can also vote by mail! Illinois law now permits you to vote by mail for any reason whatsoever. To obtain an application to vote by mail, visit:

http://www.chicagoelections.com/dm/general/document_399.pdf

Complete the application and either mail it or deliver it personally to the Chicago Board of Elections, 69 W. Washington. Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60602.

You will then receive your ballot in the mail. Follow all the enclosed instructions and make sure to vote in secret. The ballot may be returned to the Board of Elections by U.S. mail or a state licensed motor carrier or it may be delivered personally by you or an immediate relative.

Oct 21

Updated 2 hours ago

Relocating to Chicago- job around UChicago

I'm relocating to Chicago for a job right near the UChicago campus. I've heard varied opinions about safety living around UChicago. I have the option of leaving my car at home with my parents, but a few friends have said that public transport to and from UChicago is dicey, and that I should drive.

If I do drive, I'm just worried about the commute. How do the commutes compare: between Rogers Park and UChicago; Logan Square and UChicago; West Town...

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I'm relocating to Chicago for a job right near the UChicago campus. I've heard varied opinions about safety living around UChicago. I have the option of leaving my car at home with my parents, but a few friends have said that public transport to and from UChicago is dicey, and that I should drive.

If I do drive, I'm just worried about the commute. How do the commutes compare: between Rogers Park and UChicago; Logan Square and UChicago; West Town and UChicago? Are there other neighborhoods that might be affordable that also have off street parking (in the $1000 range).

I looked up the commutes and google says 30 minutes for all of them. I am skeptical about this as google always says 30 minutes for commutes around Boston, where I currently live, and those end up being more like 40-45 minutes.

Thank you! I appreciate all of your feedback.

  • ks1227 RP resident

    I live in Rogers Park and work by the University, and I don't think the commute is all that bad if you drive down Lake Shore and plan your times carefully. It's a straight shot down Lake Shore Drive, and if you go early or late it's only 30 to 45 minutes. If you go right in the worst of the traffic, however, it can be worse than that, anywhere from an hour to 90 minutes. The public transportation options between Rogers Park and Hyde Park are not good.

  • ks1227 RP resident

    The drive is also beautiful, by the way. Especially early in the morning.

4 days ago

Updated 2 hours ago

REMINDER: Join Me Tonight for a Discussion on the Future of Leone Beach Park

Don't forget to join me tonight to learn about and contribute to the effort to redevelop Leone Beach Park and Fieldhouse. The meeting will take place TONIGHT (Monday, October 27th), 7:00 p.m. at the Loyola Park Fieldhouse, 1230 W. Greenleaf Ave, 2nd Floor Sky Room.

I am hosting this meeting so you can hear from community members and the Chicago Park District on possible ways we to make this underused park and fieldhouse a new asset for Rogers Park residents....

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Don't forget to join me tonight to learn about and contribute to the effort to redevelop Leone Beach Park and Fieldhouse. The meeting will take place TONIGHT (Monday, October 27th), 7:00 p.m. at the Loyola Park Fieldhouse, 1230 W. Greenleaf Ave, 2nd Floor Sky Room.

I am hosting this meeting so you can hear from community members and the Chicago Park District on possible ways we to make this underused park and fieldhouse a new asset for Rogers Park residents.

Leone Beach Park is located at Touhy Avenue and the lakefront. It includes a beach, a playground close to Sheridan Road, and a 114-year-old building that has been used as a park fieldhouse for most of its existence. It is also the northernmost point in Chicago for Lake Michigan Water Trail.

A number of ideas for redeveloping the Leone facility have been offered over the years. This current conversation began last year as part of a proposal brought up during my Participatory Budgeting (PB) process. While the proposal didn't fit into PB at the time, interested community members kept the conversation going.

Park District Superintendent Mike Kelly is very supportive of exploring a redevelopment plan for the fieldhouse and surrounding area and has committed members of his planning staff to developing a plan with my community.

This is where you come in. Some of the community members who have been working with my office and me want to share with you their ideas for Leone Beach and Park and get your feedback and ideas.

Ideas for the park include improving the facilities for lifeguards and the Junior Lifeguard Program to preserve and enhance the program, landscaping that better reflects the natural landscape of the lakefront, a kayak launch and storage facilities, event space and room for educational programming about Lake Michigan's ecosystem. You'll hear more on Monday. The working group and I want to hear your ideas, and to get you involved in bringing new life to this wonderful community resource.

2 hours ago

22 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Electioneering inside the Prohibited Zone

When I went over to vote early this afternoon, I found a campaign sign posted inside the zone where signs and other electioneering is prohibited. I reported it to an election judge inside, and he went out and removed it. Lo and behold, the sign belonged to the Republican Committee(wo)man's candidate for state representative. So, if you vote early on Friday or Saturday, watch for such shenanigans. The zone extends from the door to the fieldhouse out to the blue cone, 100 ft. away.

  • Tremaine Can't vote for Quinn. My conscience won't let me.

    I like President Obama, that's why it's sad when you see Michelle Obama endorsing and mingling with that poisonous guy named Quinn.

  • Suzanne Devane Ward 49 Republican Committeeman

    Helen -- Are you equally as upset by the "voter guides" on the back of Quinn campaign materials that are actually going into the room where early voting occurs? Huge postcard with Quinn name clearly written on it on the backside!!!! We had to call the stop to that one!

5 hours ago

Northwest suburban police blotter

• Thieves stole approximately 10,000 baseball cards between Sept. 8 and Oct. 3 out of the trunk of a 2001 Pontiac Bonneville at Suburban Towing, 1595 Jarvis. Value was estimated at $10,000.

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• Dolores A. Sosa, 23, of the 3500 block of West 72nd Street, Chicago, was arrested around 1:30 a.m. Oct. 19 at Rivers Casino, 3000 S. River Road, and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting a peace officer, battery, and criminal trespass to real property. Her court date is Dec. 5.

...Thomas W. Higham, 54, of the 5600 block of West Byron, Chicago, was arrested around 2:45 p.m. Oct. 11 at Shelley Road and Shelley...

...Bilguun Enkhbat, 24, of the 4600 block of North St. Louis Street, Chicago, was arrested around 8:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Walmart, Mount Prospect Plaza...

• Lindsey A. Tortorello, 53, of the 1000 block of North Kedzie Avenue, Chicago, was arrested Oct. 15 at Jewel, 45 S. Plum Grove Road, and charged with retail theft. Reports said an employee saw her take merchandise valued at $281.

4 days ago

Updated 5 hours ago

A Nature Center - Right Idea. Wrong Place.

In recognition of the long legacy that Sam Leone left in Rogers Park, and the history of Chicago’s Junior Life Guard program founded in 1925 at what is now Leone Beach, we recommend that the proposed nature center be located somewhere other than inside the field house that is currently used by the life guards at Leone Beach.

We recommend that a living museum, dedicated to Sam Leone and the Junior Guard program, be installed in the existing field house...

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In recognition of the long legacy that Sam Leone left in Rogers Park, and the history of Chicago’s Junior Life Guard program founded in 1925 at what is now Leone Beach, we recommend that the proposed nature center be located somewhere other than inside the field house that is currently used by the life guards at Leone Beach.

We recommend that a living museum, dedicated to Sam Leone and the Junior Guard program, be installed in the existing field house instead of a nature center. Further we recommend that the Park District consider restoring the Junior Guard program to its previous stature at Leone and add a natatorium to the site, as proposed to the Park District in 1979.

This would facilitate year-round life guard aquatic training and provide a lap pool for use by area residents. It would also complement the Lake Michigan Water Trail kayak launch and proposal for its expansion.

As for the Nature Center, other opportune locations could serve to highlight the impact of a successful dune restoration along Loyola Park’s shoreline. One location we feel would be more appropriate is an addition to the east end of the Loyola Park field house—now a hand-ball court that’s no longer used and parking for employees who could park in designated spaces on Greenleaf. The site would provide easy access to the Nature Center for hundreds of children who regularly use the field house and be incorporated into programs offered at Loyola Park.

Signed by Rogers Park residents, Junior Guard Program alumni, Parents of children in the program,
Tim Colleran
Chris Serb
Don Gordon
Pat Dooley
Jerry Gavin
Ann Serb
Brian Murphy
Kent Frayn
Renee Leone O'Bryan
Rob Fleigel
Pat Colleran
Mike Dooley
Keith Heger
Jonathan Hudik
Dan Burns
Bret Renaud
Bonnie Gordon
Bobby Diamond
Joanna Klimczak
Shanna Gordon
Jeannine Silis
Greg Wuerfel
Bob Lock
Rachel Barr
Donald L Leone Jr
Craig Kemnitz
John Kavanagh
Meghan Gordon

  • Yes. The alderman worked a back room deal to use tax payer money to provide free parking for those privileged folks who live on the lakefront. It was excluded from the almighty participatory budgeting campaign tool.

  • Mother Olson Watchful mother.

    Good heavens!

2 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Help Prevent Death by Bike

Between the years of 2010 and 2012, Illinois ranks fifth in the nation among bike fatalities. In urban areas, where cycling has long been a transit option, the percentage of fatalities rose from 50 percent in 1975 to 69 percent in 2012.

These numbers should prompt cyclists in Chicago to re-familiarize themselves with the rules of the road. Blowing through stop signs, very common, and riding the wrong way on one way streets, very common, causes death and injury.

Rogers Park has violators on a daily basis. Ride safely and within the law. If you order carry-out food, request delivery by car and not by bicycle. Help save lives and keep our community safe.

  • First off the report said, "Urban bicycle fatalities are increasingly common, the report said, accounting for 69 percent of bicyclist deaths in 2012 versus 50 percent in 1975." So urban bicycle fatalities increased as a percentage of total bicycle deaths. You seemed to insinuate that total bike deaths increased by...

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    First off the report said, "Urban bicycle fatalities are increasingly common, the report said, accounting for 69 percent of bicyclist deaths in 2012 versus 50 percent in 1975." So urban bicycle fatalities increased as a percentage of total bicycle deaths. You seemed to insinuate that total bike deaths increased by that percentage.

    It did say that the total number of bicycle deaths nationwide increased by 16 percent between 2010 and 2012. But as someone else mentioned, the article does not discuss total number of bikers. So we don't know if the number of bike deaths as a percentage of total bikers has increased, decreased or stayed the same. (In Illinois the total deaths increased from 24 in 2010 to 29 in 2012. I would argue that that's too small of a sample size to really draw any rational conclusions).

    Sorry - I hate to see poorly used statistics.

    Anyway, I am a regular biker and I know a lot of bikers don't follow the rules. I think that makes it more dangerous for the bikers who are responsible. That being said, there have been numerous times when I've almost been hit by cars running stop signs or generally not following the law (and I was actually hit by a car a couple of years ago while I was riding on the lakefront bike path). Ultimately, rather than getting into another argument about bikes vs cars, maybe we should all just start following the rules.

  • I am hoping I will not be hit by a bike racing on the sidewalk past me with no warning. Some don't know the law or just don't care.

33 hours ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Missing Cat

Hi everyone,

My favorite cat seems to have gotten out last night. I wouldn't worry but she's not an outdoor cat and she's only two years old so, needless to say, I'm pretty upset and worried about her.

She's a longer, skinny tortoise shell cat with a very loud and screechy meow. She responds to Danni and is very people friendly though she may be a bit skittish given the circumstances. I'll post a picture when I'm not at work.

We live on Glenwood and Northshore, right on the corner so hopefully she'd be nearby. The area seems to have a lot of cats roaming pretty regularly. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I really miss her.

  • Thanks, I'll try this tomorrow morning and hope for the best. I'm worried that she's gotten farther away from home than we expected. We live pretty close to the train tracks and I'm not sure if they might be scaring her into hiding. It's also very cold out so I'm worried she may have dug her way into hiding. So many yards and garages around, it's all overwhelming.

  • slk long-time rogers parker

    She may go where other cats are being fed. If you know of any neighbors in your area who feed the feral cats or have colonies, you should check there. I have heard of owners finding their pets in these areas too. I bet she is close by and just hiding. Keep walking and calling her and post flyers if you can. Good luck!

2 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Courage Campaign: CTA!

My name is Kara and I live in Uptown. For the past two months I've been working on a campaign to raise money for CTA ads that discourage harassment.

Street harassment is a major issue for me on my block and commute to work, and I wanted to do something to promote awareness. I've been working with the CTA's advertising company on this project, and they seem very willing to help.

I just launched the fundraising page a few weeks...

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My name is Kara and I live in Uptown. For the past two months I've been working on a campaign to raise money for CTA ads that discourage harassment.

Street harassment is a major issue for me on my block and commute to work, and I wanted to do something to promote awareness. I've been working with the CTA's advertising company on this project, and they seem very willing to help.

I just launched the fundraising page a few weeks ago, and I've been having meetings with a group of interested people on fundraising ideas and ad content.

If you have fundraising ideas, are interested in contributing ad content, or helping in any way, email me at ctacouragecampaign@gmail.com.

Also, you can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CourageCTA
And follow us on Twitter @CourageCTA

Peace,

Kara

  • Howie and Teri 100 Years in Rogers Park

    If only the practitioners of "low level harassment" such as catcalls and whistles were asked how they'd feel if their daughters / mothers / sisters were the objects of this attention...

  • I'd like a campaign against oversized strollers and wheelie carts during rush hour.

38 hours ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Jesus "Chuy" Garcia - Is he Your Choice for Mayor? If not, who is?

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has given up on Chicago's public safety and its public schools, new mayoral candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia said Wednesday in his first public appearance since announcing his fledgling campaign..

While Garcia criticized Emanuel for closing nearly 50 schools and for not hiring enough police officers, he declined to say how he'd raise enough revenue for the financially challenged city to open more schools and pay for more cops.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-chicago-mayor-race-garcia-met-20141029-story.html

31 hours ago

Updated 10 hours ago

Stolen Bike- Specialized Langster Seattle Edition

Hi All,

Please let me know if you see a Green Specialized mountain bike around the neighborhood, or for sale anywhere. We had one stolen from our garage sometime within the last few days.

I am going to report it too, but I thought this might be a good resource.

Thanks!

  • holly homeowner rogers park

    really sorry to hear this. mine got stolen a few months ago from the yard ; (

12 hours ago

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Local Book Notes: Dirty Wars

1001-25 W. Loyola Ave., Chicago

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...during a Society of Midland Authors program on Tuesday, Nov 11, at Cliff Dwellers Club, 200 S. Michigan Ave., 22nd floor. Dybek will speak at 7 p.m. A social hour, with complimentary snacks...

Jun 12

Updated 13 hours ago

Good Morning

Don't you just love it when someone smiles at you and says "Hi" and "good morning" to you first thing in the morning(I do).Say hi to your neighbors
greet them, have a good day.

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