12 hours ago

Updated 11 min ago

Bears Game Tonight

Where's a good place to watch the bears game in Rogers Park tonight? With wifi.

  • The Candlelite on Western. I don't know if they have wireless, but they have plenty of TV's and it is a decent sports bar.

  • Mac I complain on EB on the regular.

    Potion Stil and R public house on Jarvis get decent crowds. Dunno bout the wifi though.

Aug 16

Updated 15 min ago

Who will be our next mayor?

The Chicago Tribune took another big swipe at Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday, publishing the dismal results of a job performance poll that shows Emanuel's approval numbers in the tank.

The conservative-leaning paper surveyed Chicago voters and found significant dissatisfaction with how the incumbent Democrat -- up for relection this February -- is handling the city's multitude of problems including a broken education system. According to the Trib, Emanuel's job approval rating slipped from 50 percent around this time last...

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The Chicago Tribune took another big swipe at Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday, publishing the dismal results of a job performance poll that shows Emanuel's approval numbers in the tank.

The conservative-leaning paper surveyed Chicago voters and found significant dissatisfaction with how the incumbent Democrat -- up for relection this February -- is handling the city's multitude of problems including a broken education system. According to the Trib, Emanuel's job approval rating slipped from 50 percent around this time last year to a current low of 35 percent.

Rahm's approval ratings are sinking fast. Preckwinkle is out of the race. Karen Lewis' ratings have improved, and so has Fioretti's. Who would be the best choice for our next mayor?
Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/ward-room/rahm-emanuel-job-approval-ratings-chicago-tribune-poll-271262221.html#ixzz3AYhN7YZa
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  • Sheila Kravitz ninja grandmother

    Ah, sweet relief from some of the Republican barking and snarking. Now I wonder whose comments have been deleted (wink, wink). Last week I thought the Republicans were running a stand up comedienne for the 9th Congressional District until it turned out that all of her strange jokes weren't jokes at all but were said in earnest. It was scarier than a bad Japanese sci-fi movie and I don't think the Democrat incumbent has a single thing to worry about.

  • Tenzin Rogers Park

    Helen, only you would keep a scorecard.

11 hours ago

Updated 16 min ago

Places to park?

Hello all! I recently moved to Roger's Park a week ago. I was wondering if there were any sure places to park my vehicle? I don't drive it a whole lot but sometimes work requires me to drive out of the area so I can't necessarily get rid of it at the moment. I am awful at finding places to park. Do you have any suggestions?

47 hours ago

Updated 19 min ago

49th Ward Back to School Picnic This Sunday!

Sun, Aug 24, 2014 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m.

I'm posting another notice about the Back to School picnic in the hope that this post about a picnic for Rogers Park children and their families will be free from the vitriolic, off-topic comments that beset the previous post.

Please join me for an afternoon of family fun at the 24th Annual BACK TO SCHOOL PICNIC, this Sunday, August 24th, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. at Loyola Park (Farwell and the Lake).

I am proud to co-host this year's...

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I'm posting another notice about the Back to School picnic in the hope that this post about a picnic for Rogers Park children and their families will be free from the vitriolic, off-topic comments that beset the previous post.

Please join me for an afternoon of family fun at the 24th Annual BACK TO SCHOOL PICNIC, this Sunday, August 24th, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. at Loyola Park (Farwell and the Lake).

I am proud to co-host this year's event with my good friend, State Senator Heather Steans.

We're reminding kids and parents of the importance of returning to school and giving away free school supplies. But this is also a COMMUNITY PICNIC for people of all ages.

The picnic will feature an appearance by the world famous Jesse White Tumbling Team. We're also serving up free food, drinks and music and offering a host of games and prizes. We'll have bingo for the seniors and face painting for the kids, a dance contest, a jumping jack and other carnival toys. In short, it will be a fun day for EVERYONE!

For more information, please reply to this e-mail or call my Ward Service Office at 773-338-5796.

Heather and I look forward to seeing you on Sunday!

  • Jenna W. Teacher

    What a great way for parents and students to celebrate back to school! Distributing school supplies to the kids saves the parents and the teachers $$! Thanks!!

  • Dave McEvers Coffee Lover, Frequent Showerer

    God, this thread is funny. And sad.

Jul 28

Updated 55 min ago

Scrabble, anyone?

Hello, friends. We are new to the neighborhood. I'm Emily and my fiancée
is Eddie. I founded a Scrabble club in Madison and then Edgerton, WI.
Any interest in starting one in Rogers Park? We can meet at our house, and
anyone can come, regardless of skill. We can teach newcomers! Please
post if interested, and we will contact y. P.S. We LOVE Rogers Park!

44 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Impatiens problem

Probably I am the last person to find out about this--but about half of my front yard impatiens just turned bad and died. The problem appears to be downy mildew. It can spread quickly, even by the wind. So if your plants are also affected, dig them up and put them in plastic bags and discard. Do not compost them. Apparently it is best to try to plant something else in that spot for at least a couple of years.

  • Bonnie's mom In R.P. Since 1981

    Well I just rechecked and definitely downy mildew and powdery mildew are different. Powdery mildew is unattractive but not usually fatal. It is carried in the air. And it can affect almost all plants. Downy is carried by splashing water, so I read, and different plants and varieties can be...

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    Well I just rechecked and definitely downy mildew and powdery mildew are different. Powdery mildew is unattractive but not usually fatal. It is carried in the air. And it can affect almost all plants. Downy is carried by splashing water, so I read, and different plants and varieties can be immune. Helen your plant may have had downy because definitely the humidity is a factor in causing the powdery mildew. I will try something else in that spot next year since apparently my use of "mono-culture agriculture" is at fault. But when you have limited space and difficult conditions it is a little difficult to rotate your crops. I've always rotated my backyard vegetables as much as possible, but did not know as an unsuspecting gardener that I had to do it with my flowers as well!

  • In the city, yards usually have a lot of shade and we all have used impatients extensively, myself included. I miss having the bright colors of impatients for shady spots, but I don't want to "drench plants with fungicide twice a week" as one source recommends, to continue to use...

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    In the city, yards usually have a lot of shade and we all have used impatients extensively, myself included. I miss having the bright colors of impatients for shady spots, but I don't want to "drench plants with fungicide twice a week" as one source recommends, to continue to use them. The article below has background on impatients disease and some replacement suggestions. As the article notes, horticulturalists are working to develop resistant varieties. Garden centers with knowledgable staff like Urhausen, Gethsemene, and Chalet can help you with alternatives.
    In my own yard, an area I used to mass plant with impatients is now a pernnenial garden with Japanese forest grass, Jack Frost Brunnera, Campanula, bamboo (use a barrier to contain spreading) and other accents. It's an evolving project and the plants were more expensive up front, but it's saving me time, work and money in the long run. And it's not the same old same old you see everywhere.

    http://dreyerfarms.com/where-are-the-impatiens-this-year/

41 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

You are invited to a Magical Garden Party in our Backyard

Tue, Aug 26, 2014 7:00 p.m.

Barbara and I are pleased to host a "Magical Garden Party" and Rogers Park Garden Group membership meeting in the backyard of our home at 1431 W. Fargo this Tuesday, August 26th, 7:00 p.m.

Barbara's magical garden is home to dragons, faeries, edible flowers, fruits and berries and all the magic any garden has to offer. We will be providing herbaceous cocktails and other liquid delights, along with a menu of small bites inspired by garden fantasy. The menu will...

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Barbara and I are pleased to host a "Magical Garden Party" and Rogers Park Garden Group membership meeting in the backyard of our home at 1431 W. Fargo this Tuesday, August 26th, 7:00 p.m.

Barbara's magical garden is home to dragons, faeries, edible flowers, fruits and berries and all the magic any garden has to offer. We will be providing herbaceous cocktails and other liquid delights, along with a menu of small bites inspired by garden fantasy. The menu will set the tone for our special guests from Fat Blossom Farm (a Glenwood Sunday Market vendor).

Laurie Smith of Fat Blossom Farm will share their secrets for creating garden whimsies. Learn how to use material in your garden to create fanciful ornaments, ephemera and sculpture. And artist Kathy Dickhut will tell us about how she gathers herbs, dried flowers and other botanicals to fill custom potpourri sachets and curiosity cabinets.

Both presenters will offer samples of their products for sale!

The event is free to Rogers Park Garden Group members. A $5 donation is requested for other guests.

If you have never been to a Rogers Park Garden Group meeting, this is a wonderful time to begin. Your little gardeners are welcome to join you for this special evening. (In the event of rain, bring an umbrella for a garden tour and we'll enjoy our cocktails, nibbles, and presentation indoors).

Barbara and I are looking forward to spending a delightful late summer evening with you.

1 hour ago

Interior tours of Logan Square's turn-of-the-century homes! House & Garden Walk-Sept. 13th

EIGHT PALMER SQUARE HOMES TO BE FEATURED ON
2014 HOUSE & GARDEN WALK SEPTEMBER 13

Popular Late Summer Showcase Hosted by Logan Square Preservation to Include Gardens and Church

CHICAGO – Elegant restored or preserved residences on or surrounding Palmer Square, once home to bicycle icon Ignaz Schwinn, will be open for public view September 13 during the Logan Square Preservation 2014 House & Garden Walk.

Visitors enjoy relaxed interior tours of stately turn-of-the-century homes led by trained docents who...

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EIGHT PALMER SQUARE HOMES TO BE FEATURED ON
2014 HOUSE & GARDEN WALK SEPTEMBER 13

Popular Late Summer Showcase Hosted by Logan Square Preservation to Include Gardens and Church

CHICAGO – Elegant restored or preserved residences on or surrounding Palmer Square, once home to bicycle icon Ignaz Schwinn, will be open for public view September 13 during the Logan Square Preservation 2014 House & Garden Walk.

Visitors enjoy relaxed interior tours of stately turn-of-the-century homes led by trained docents who provide insight on history and architectural significance.

The event also includes access to four striking area gardens and the Old Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church, the first religious institution of its kind in Chicago.

Most homes and gardens on the walk are located on Palmer Square, a pocket neighborhood of Logan Square, one of Chicago’s most historic and vibrant communities. The seven-acre Square recently was redeveloped by the City to include a children's play space, walking trails, soft surface jogging trail, open lawn areas, lighting, seating, and landscaping.

Visitors are highly encouraged to take in the Walk at a leisurely pace and also explore the surrounding neighborhood, now home to many award-winning, ethnic and eclectic restaurants.

The House and Garden Walk runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TICKETS:
Advance tickets are now on sale for $25; day of event tickets are $30. Those interested can purchase tickets on Sundays from noon to 2 p.m. at the Logan Square Comfort Station, 2579 N. Milwaukee Av., or by visiting www.logansquarepreservation.org

Request further information from logansquarehousewalk@gmail.com.

This year marks the return of this popular late summer event hosted by Logan Square Preservation, a long-standing non-profit community organization with a rich history of preserving the homes and unique character of the neighborhood and its Boulevard network.

2 days ago

Updated 2 hours ago

Trucks from RP running on LSD?

Every day this week in the early morning before the real rush hour, as I leave our neighborhood to go downtown I have noticed dump trucks driving from our neighborhood down Sheridan Road and they are getting on Lake Shore Drive southbound going past the Michigan Avenue exit. I am on the phone w/311 now but who is doing this? It is Loyola? I saw an empty trailer drive down by the college this morning, but I can't figure out...

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Every day this week in the early morning before the real rush hour, as I leave our neighborhood to go downtown I have noticed dump trucks driving from our neighborhood down Sheridan Road and they are getting on Lake Shore Drive southbound going past the Michigan Avenue exit. I am on the phone w/311 now but who is doing this? It is Loyola? I saw an empty trailer drive down by the college this morning, but I can't figure out if it is this or maybe the Pritzker Parking Garage? This morning I even saw two on LSD going northbound. I really don't enjoy having big semis pull up behind me on Lake Shore Drive. Their plates are marked "ST" which is for Semi Trailer, but it has been too dark to read any company info on their doors. Only one today had a name on it's trailer part - Magnum. Be careful driving out there.

  • Helen North of Howard for 50 + years

    I know, Robin. I'm wondering how they're getting away with this.

  • Every day I see illegal trucks on LSD and I've seen trucks pulling trailers with animals, cars or boats, etc. and I don't get why I never see a truck being pulled over or ticketed. Seems like a great source of revenue the city is overlooking.

2 hours ago

3 days ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Found - Gray Cat - Ashland/Juneway/Jonquil

I found a gray kitty Monday evening in our building courtyard meowing away.
Please forward a picture if you are missing your baby.
Kitty is safe inside my home and have an appt with a vet Thursday to verify microchip status.

  • I found one of the posters this evening and texted the number. So far I haven't heard anything. The cat missing from Evanston is front paw declawed and there's no mention of a chip.

  • maybe you should call the number not everyone texts

22 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

Rogers Pork

Sat, Aug 23, 2014 12-9pm

A Day of Great BBQ, Cool Bands and DJs and Good Times in Jarvis Square! We will have Southern Texas Style Pulled Pork, North Carolina Style Ribs and for those not into the pig, we have Chicken and The Amazing Kale Burger Company will be there. Five Bands and a World Renown DJ spinning tunes into the evening. For every Miller lite, Summer Shandy or Crispin Cider bought on the street 15 cents will go directly to YEPP (wesayYEPP.com), helping homeless LGBTQ teens and R Public House, Taste, Poitin Stil and Towbar will have donation boxes set up collecting School supplies for Kilmer and Gale schools. https://www.facebook.com/events/740182516021128/

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40 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

This Day in History - A Serial Killer in Rogers Park

Thirty years ago today, on August 21, 1984, the dismembered remains of sixteen-year-old Danny Bridges were discovered in a trash dumpster, behind an apartment building at 1632 W. Sherwin.

Police arrested Larry W. Eyler, a 31 year-old house painter in his apartment at 1628 W. Sherwin.

In September 1983, while Eyler lived in a house on north Greenview, he was questioned as a "prime suspect" in the murders of eight young men, and was later arrested and held on $1million...

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Thirty years ago today, on August 21, 1984, the dismembered remains of sixteen-year-old Danny Bridges were discovered in a trash dumpster, behind an apartment building at 1632 W. Sherwin.

Police arrested Larry W. Eyler, a 31 year-old house painter in his apartment at 1628 W. Sherwin.

In September 1983, while Eyler lived in a house on north Greenview, he was questioned as a "prime suspect" in the murders of eight young men, and was later arrested and held on $1million bail, as a suspect in the killing of Ralph Calise, who lived at 5014 N, Hermitage.

Eyler's bond was reduced to $10,000, when a judge ruled that the evidence against Eyler had been obtained improperly, and so could not be used against him. Eyler then posted $1000, and was released.

On June 1st, Eyler moved into a four-room apartment on the first floor, at 1628 W. Sherwin. It was in the bedroom of that apartment, where Eyler raped, tortured, and then repeatedly stabbed Danny Bridges to death. After dragging the body into the bathroom, he proceded to dismember it in the bathtub, using a hacksaw.

Eyler then painted the walls of the bedroom, to cover the blood stains, but police were able to recover the evidence beneath the fresh paint, using a new technology, called "Luminol".

After a lengthy and gruesome trial, a jury found Eyler guilty, and he was sentenced to death on Oct 3, 1986.

In 1991, he tried unsuccessfully, to save himself from Death Row by promising to admit to at least 17 more murders, and revealing the name of his accomplice, but on March 6, 1994, Eyler died in prison, from AIDS-related complications.

After his death, his lawyer revealed the names of 21 of Eyler's victims, as Eyler had requested, but she would not reveal the name of his accomplice.

  • Bruce Mayberry, Roger Parkansas

    Squirrel! !!!

  • Helen North of Howard for 50 + years

    Artie P, the alderman was David Orr. I think he was as shocked as the rest of us.

    FebGirl, I'd happily blame the president at the time. You remember him, I'm sure.

    Dee, touché.

7 hours ago

7 hours ago

Andre's Street Photography posted 3 photos to Flickr:
bhofmeister13 posted 1 photo to Flickr:

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3 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Need AC and antique frame repaired

I have two household in need of repair. One is a built-in air conditioner that suddenly zonked out. The other is an antique, wood frame that has a crack in it. I'd like to find a skilled craftsperson to glue the crack, and someone to look at the air conditioner. If the AC needs to be replaced, I can accept that. It would be great if it could be got working again. The frame can't be replaced. If it's not a neighborhood business or entrepreneur, that's OK.

  • Chef Roux Business Owner, = Rights Activist, RP Lover

    (Bump)

    I too need recomendations for an AC repair-person as I just discovered water coming out the bottom of my furnace... lovely humid weather.

8 hours ago

2 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Criminal justice system or is Tourism Chicago ' s biggest industry.

Both are huge. Tourism includes multiple honeypots like Navy Pier, pro sports venues the jobs it creates. Can the same be said for Chicagos criminal justice system.
Prisons like sports venues have a gate for attendance tracking. Players get contacts and sentences depending on what side of this debate you interpret the word "player".

More parallels agents, lawers and favorite destinations favored by both.

  • Bruce Mayberry, Roger Parkansas

    Helen is that your last breathe? Call me an optimist.

  • Snappette Special Agent

    Drew, your profile pic in combo with the comment was awesome! lol!

2 days ago

Updated 11 hours ago

Found Bicycle, Stolen?

I found a bicycle dumped in the alley last night by some garbage cans. I left it for a few hours to see if it was still there at midnight. It was so I brought it in for the night knowing salvage junkers would take it in the a.m. After having a good look at it today, I'm pretty sure it was ditched because it is no longer functional. The reason I suspect it was previously stolen is because of...

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I found a bicycle dumped in the alley last night by some garbage cans. I left it for a few hours to see if it was still there at midnight. It was so I brought it in for the night knowing salvage junkers would take it in the a.m. After having a good look at it today, I'm pretty sure it was ditched because it is no longer functional. The reason I suspect it was previously stolen is because of its condition. Rear break broken at handle, rear wire and pad. Left peddle mutilated. Tires (tubes?) pretty flat. Chain is off and hasn't been maintained. There are other scrapes dings and bruises that show signs of neglect and abuse. So it looks like the bike served its purpose and was subsequently abandoned. Picture below, it is a men's 26" Magna, Great Divide Style, 21 Speed. Besides needing some work, it looks like a decent bike.

So, is there a lost/stolen bike registry or some place where I can go to find its owner? I don't quite know what to do in this situation. If I don't find the owner I might take it to Robert's Cycle to have it fixed and give it to someone in need. Thoughts?

Aug 10

Updated 12 hours ago

Neighborhood Yard Sale

Sat, Aug 23, 2014 9-2

We're having a neighborhood Yard Sale in West Rogers Park; Wolcott between Touhy & Morse and side streets. All neighbors invited to participate, please get a permit.

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15 hours ago

no parking Saturday on Jarvis

Hey all just wanted to share that there will be no parking on the 1500 block of Jarvis tomorrow Saturday August 23rd starting at 7am
due to Rogers Pork festival... please help spread the word so no one gets towed.
Thanks

16 hours ago

Fitness Class tomorrow

Sat, Aug 23, 2014 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Hi, last outdoor class tomorrow, would you like to join us? Just meet us close to the tennis courts from Loyola beach, at 9.45am, for a class which will begin at 10am. Bring a towel, some water... 5mn warm up, 45mn exercising (alternate upper/lower body), stretching, with the music, of course!!! First class is FREE!!!

The next class (13 of September), same protocol, will be indoor, at VTone gym, close to Jarvis train station. Yes, we will stay in our neighborhood and will continue to workout with our neighbors!!!

18 hours ago

Spanish Group Reminder

Buenos dias a todos....Hi everybody!

Date: 8/25/2014
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Where: Heartland Cafe

I'll be providing handouts that will help make everyday, conversational
Spanish accessible. Newcomers always welcome.

Barbara

19 hours ago

Help! We have 3 day to raise half of our project to be matched by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

I ask you to take the Donors choose challenge. Use code INSPIRE and Donors choose will double your donation up to 100 bucks per donor free!

Hi Friends,

Exciting news! Our project, Photography, Printing, and AP 2-D Design, is eligible for a three-day-only offer from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. If we raise 500 dollars by end of August 24th our project will be matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Some things you should know:

The half-off...

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I ask you to take the Donors choose challenge. Use code INSPIRE and Donors choose will double your donation up to 100 bucks per donor free!

Hi Friends,

Exciting news! Our project, Photography, Printing, and AP 2-D Design, is eligible for a three-day-only offer from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. If we raise 500 dollars by end of August 24th our project will be matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Some things you should know:

The half-off match will last for three days, starting August 22 and ending August 24 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time. To receive funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, other donors must complete 50% of your project funding during that time.

I am a CPS Art teacher from Rogers Park, but I teach in Edgewater. We have students from both neighborhoods that attend our school, as well as from all over the city. I want to make sure my students have the materials they need to succeed this year, so I just created a request for my classroom at DonorsChoose.org. We appreciate any assistance or spreading of the word to support our project.

Photography, Printing, and AP 2-D Design
http://www.donorschoose.org/project/photography-printing-and-ap-2-d-design/1281716?challengeid=344326&utm_source=dc&utm_medium=project&utm_campaign=copyURL&rf=copyURL-siteshare-2014-08-project-teacher_2127345

If you chip in to help my students, you'll get awesome photos and our heartfelt thanks.

Thanks so much,
Ms. Chilenski
Rickover Naval Academy

P.S. If you know anyone who may want to help my classroom, please pass this along!

Aug 11

Updated 19 hours ago

Tennessee available for adoption

Hi guys,
I posted awhile ago to seek help for this dog, after two months of searching for her owner we have decided to put her up for adoption. Unfortunately with one of our cats being seriously ill, we took longer than we wanted to adopt her out.

Anyways here is her information
"We are looking for a new home for Tennessee, she's about one year old, pit-mix who is playful and friendly. Mixed results around cats but clearly capable...

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Hi guys,
I posted awhile ago to seek help for this dog, after two months of searching for her owner we have decided to put her up for adoption. Unfortunately with one of our cats being seriously ill, we took longer than we wanted to adopt her out.

Anyways here is her information
"We are looking for a new home for Tennessee, she's about one year old, pit-mix who is playful and friendly. Mixed results around cats but clearly capable with fellow dogs and children, behaves well and calm while driving. She is spayed and has rabies and distemper completed. Weighs about 42 pounds. Asking to be reimbursed the $120 for the cost of the spaying procedure and shots. She has a microchip which the ownership change would be your responsibility."

  • Timjz Optimistic Rogers Parker

    Good luck!!

  • Dee On Newgard '92

    Please remember "It's A Pittie Rescue". Maybe they can help even while you are fostering.

20 hours ago

No parking on Ashland between Farwell and Morse 8/22

Around 11 am today they put up signs saying there's no parking from 7 am-4:30 pm today and for the next few days. Odds are they won't even do any work there today, but I moved my car just in case and thought I'd give a general warning to all.

20 hours ago

Rogers Park is fast becoming known for its laid-back, community-oriented festiva...

The festival will be held tomorrow (Saturday, August 23rd), from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. on the 1500 block of Jarvis (between Greenview and the Jarvis Red Line Station).

2 days ago

Updated 21 hours ago

Shots Fired at Touhy & Sheridan

At 5:07pm, police responded to calls of shot fired in the area of Sheridan & Estes.

Callers report that they saw two male blacks (one of whom, was wearing a red shirt & blue shorts), running from the scene, toward the beach. Another suspect (wearing a black t-shirt), was seen running east-bound on Estes.

Police have stopped a suspect at the Loyola field house.

Witnesses report that the suspects were shooting at a white 4-door sedan that was in the gas station, and last seen heading south on Sheridan.

  • Rob

    vnutch- you new to the internet?

  • Delmer Fudge bowling captain + ccw4eva

    There's no way he's new to the internet; he came here specifically to say that he doesn't live in the hood and he's glad he doesn't. Troll...

Jun 12

Updated 21 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.

  • Dee On Newgard '92

    Oh, you dirty bird! You got me bopppin in the kitchen. Yes, kitty and puppy think I'm a loon, but they get free entertainment for breakfast.

  • Delmer Fudge bowling captain + ccw4eva

    Happy Friday!

21 hours ago

Updated 21 hours ago

Rogers Pork in Jarvis Square

Sat, Aug 23, 2014 12 pm - 9 pm

hey y'all- going to be a wonderful day in the Square tomorrow-
great food, fantastic bands, local art, hanging out with
old friends and making new ones. Swing by and enjoy the
afternoon with your neighbors- also R Public House, Towbar,
Taste Food and Wine and Poitin Stil will be collecting school
supplies for Gale and Kilmer ie paper, pencils, backpacks, crayons etc.
please bring what you can to help our kids.
Thanks and hope many of you can make it.

  • CPH Rogers Park caring neighbor in RP for more than 10yrs

    also please be aware that there will be parking restrictions in place starting at 7am
    tomorrow for the 1500 block of Jarvis... don't want to see anyone get towed-
    so please help spread the word
    Thanks

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