2 days ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Crossing Sign Needed at Foster and Wolcott

Drivers have zero awareness at this intersection. Example - a family trying to cross the street legally at a designated cross walk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qe5XpZ0exUA

This happens all day every day. Drivers come off the Foster and Ravenswood light and/or the Foster and Damen light and just rev up and blow through the crosswalk, no matter who is trying to cross.

  • Julia Z-N Andersonville Dog Mama

    There's the law. There's also thoughtful self preservation. Pedestrians need to be VERY careful,especially when accompanied by children or pets,when entering a crosswalk. Motorists are not clarvoyant. They also aren't magicians. Granted there are louts who disregard laws and ignore pedestrians(see Ford v. man loading groceries at Sheridan/Balmoral 7/30). There are also pedestrians with no common or even uncommon sense. We all have to pay attention at intersections!

  • Brian S Emerick Bowmanville / Andersonville parent

    yeah I don't think anyone here is saying pedestrians don't need to pay attention. I'm speaking to the majority who are careful yet must wait 5 minutes just to get a set of cars to let them cross legally, or both lights to randomly match up so there is a break in traffic.

24 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Coyote spotted

Good Morning Everyone

I wanted everyone that lives on or around Farragut Ave to know that Terry spotted a "COYOTE" last night across the St. from our house headed east towards the lake. That would be the 2200 block of Farragut. Please keep an eye on the children & pets especially if your walking at night, bring something that will scare them like a couple of pots to bang together or mace if you have it & please pass this on to all our friend and neighbors... I will also post something on Everyblock.com

  • Budlong Woods neighbor Chicago girl for life

    There's a whole bunch of them along the river and will they occassionally wander the neighborhood but a majority of the time, no one ever sees them. They are very shy creatures and they've been there for a few years now. They don't bother anyone, keep the rats under control and will run away if they see you so I wouldn't stress. I am happy to have them around. There's a fox over there as well.

  • LOL, I don't mean for anyone to mace them unless they get attacked... & It's just a precautionary measure... I'm not try'n to be mean to any wild animals... I believe that an awareness is half the battle, & when did it become illegal for you have let your dogs...

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    LOL, I don't mean for anyone to mace them unless they get attacked... & It's just a precautionary measure... I'm not try'n to be mean to any wild animals... I believe that an awareness is half the battle, & when did it become illegal for you have let your dogs out at night? If your talking out unsupervised roaming the streets that's illegal anytime day or night but if their in your yard??? I'm not aware of that law, I ride my bike through Rosehill everyday I can and have never ever seen any Coyote in there just duck's & geese

24 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Bus Crash at Sheridan and Berwyn

Looks pretty serious, the whole street is blocked off. Does anybody have more info?

  • Julia Z-N Andersonville Dog Mama

    Prayers for the man and his family as well as the other victims. The idiot who is responsible will suffer the consequences.

  • Indeed, I believe he (the 58 year old driver apparently responsible for the crash) is in critical condition at Weiss right now.

37 hours ago

Updated 2 hours ago

Water Tower Fundraising

I know that it hasn't been all that long, but does anybody know how the fundraising is going towards returning the Andersonville water tower to its perch? I miss our horse and water tower.

  • Swedish American Museum Your neighborhood cultural center

    We have currently raised just over $52,000 for the Andersonville Water Tower's restoration. We are just over 1/3 of the way to our goal of $150,000, which is what it is estimated to cost to return the water tower to its perch above our neighborhood.

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    We have currently raised just over $52,000 for the Andersonville Water Tower's restoration. We are just over 1/3 of the way to our goal of $150,000, which is what it is estimated to cost to return the water tower to its perch above our neighborhood.

    We have a few fun fundraising events coming up this fall including a "Drink to the Water Tower" party on Monday, Aug. 18: http://www.swedishamericanmuseum.org/museuminfo/news/event/drink-to-the-water-tower/ and we will also have a special beer tasting and lecture with proceeds going to the Water Tower Fund on Oct. 16.

    As for the Dala Horse, it is restored and its brother has been created to go outside. We are just waiting on a new concrete base so the replica can be installed on the corner of Clark and Farragut.

    Stay tuned to our website (SwedishAmericanMuseum.org) where we will announce any new news on either the Dala Horse or Andersonville Water Tower. We really miss the Dala Horse being outside and the Water Tower too!

May 01

Updated 2 hours ago

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    This place seems to have finally opened! Some reviews have appeared on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/eats-and-sweets-cafe-chicago-2. Has anyone gone in to try it out?

  • Yes, we enjoyed it and have been back again (easy since is so close). I don't know that I saw chicken pot pie Feihong but they have duck & waffles sandwich. I have not yet had savory food, just breakfast & baked goods. They seem to have more non-bakery options...

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    Yes, we enjoyed it and have been back again (easy since is so close). I don't know that I saw chicken pot pie Feihong but they have duck & waffles sandwich. I have not yet had savory food, just breakfast & baked goods. They seem to have more non-bakery options than Angel Food but fewer bakery items. I read the Yelp reviews and probably pretty fair, is fine but seems a little disorganized still (they didn't have a box the right size to fit my baked good order and it wasn't a matter of running out of it. But I have noticed some changes as they've gone along so maybe they're taking feedback into consideration.

27 hours ago

Updated 2 hours ago

guy with mask at health club

I keep seeing this guy wearing some sort of gas mask while working out at the new(er) LA Fitness near Ravenswood Station. Anyone know what gives? I'd ask him myself, but I'm afraid he'll get ticked off and hit me. He's kinda scarey looking to begin with.
It's really freaking me out.

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Maybe you could ask him to get a mask with a less threatening color. The default black color does make the wearer look rather Bane-y. But they sell the mask in other colors as well. Perhaps blue, green, or, dare I say, bright pink?

  • Jessi J NOH, my other car is a lotus blossom.

    I just got back from a vacation in the Colorado Rockies. We went up to almost 13k feet. It was such a ridiculous feat hiking up there. I read up on acclimation last week. Being at a higher elevation increases red blood cells, so the body gets more oxygen at...

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    I just got back from a vacation in the Colorado Rockies. We went up to almost 13k feet. It was such a ridiculous feat hiking up there. I read up on acclimation last week. Being at a higher elevation increases red blood cells, so the body gets more oxygen at a quicker pace. This is super helpful for the times when the person is not elevated or in the mask, because having more oxygen PLUS extra red blood cells gives the body a major boost when working out. I started a regime last week to take advantage of my acclimatization, and it made circuit training a breeze! I had been wondering how athletes could take advantage without getting out to the mountains...

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12 hours ago

Sheridan Accident Victim’s Name Released, Additional Details

It was an incredibly horrific scene on Wednesday around 11:12 a.m. when a red Ford Focus sped through a stoplight at Berwyn Ave. and Sheridan Rd at a very high rate of speed plowing into the back of a car which a man was loading with groceries. The victim,  71-year-old Frank Kiley, was a client of […]

23 hours ago

Updated 19 hours ago

At Least One Pedestrian Dead, Others Injured After 5335 Sheridan Accident

Reports are still a bit unclear, but witnesses say a red Ford was trying to get around a bus heading North at 5335 North Sheridan avenue around 11:12 a.m. this morning. Somehow the red vehicle did not make it around the bus and instead plowed into  two-three parked cars at a high rate of speed […]

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    Yup they seem to attempt to squeeze down into one at Balmoral, but there's no sign indicating that. However, right in front of Wing Ho, you can see in Google Street view that there are actually dotted center lines which would otherwise indicate it's two northbound lanes. But, it's also...

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    Yup they seem to attempt to squeeze down into one at Balmoral, but there's no sign indicating that. However, right in front of Wing Ho, you can see in Google Street view that there are actually dotted center lines which would otherwise indicate it's two northbound lanes. But, it's also a 4-6pm no parking rush zone designed to drive in during those periods, which actually is unusual to have also a lane marked as dotted down the center alongside also a rush hour no parking zone. I can think of 2 dozen rush hour driving / no parking streets where they have the same configuration of one intended driving lane and one tpyically parking lane, but they've left off the dotted lines to indicate two driving lanes in all of those cases. In this case it seems they are indicating there are always 2 driving lanes, and the rush hour parking no parking is re designed to accommodate that by reducing cars.. A few there would be easy for 2 cars to navigate, but at rush hour, no. They seem to be saying you can drive it as 2 all day, but it would be more difficult when cars are parked there AND traffic is heavy. There is no signage or markings indicating you need to go from 2 lanes to one.

    I'm sure some lawyer already is snapping pics of this illy marked street as we speak. Hopefully the speeding camera tickets in the name of pedestrian safety is enough to cover this lawsuit against the city. Then maybe someone at the city will grow up and realize how to actually improve pedestrian safety and not their bottom line.

  • Jim A Sic Semper Canis

    There are many places where the arterial streets are very poorly marked in Edgewater. On Southbound Broadway, for example, it seems like the markings fade in and out all the way from Devon to Ardmore. Seriously, please be careful out there. Also, I'm not sure of they've changed the configuration but northbound Broadway near Argyle, there never seemed to be enough room for parked cars and traffic in the right lane, even though there is (or used to be) a dotted marking indicating two northbound lanes.

25 hours ago

Five Cute Starter Condos in Andersonville and Edgewater

...industrial lofts, whereas the blocks just to the east are quieter and more uniform. At Rascher and Ravenswood, an available condo with one bedroom plus a den hit the market in late June...

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...is busy, but this location is a short walk to the main retail stretches on Clark Street and Broadway. And, notes listing agent Jim Buczynski of Conlon Real Estate, a new Metra station is...

A block south of the Rascher listing is a rival pad—minus one bedroom—at Glenwood and Balmoral. The first-floor unit in a dapper 1915 has the unusual feature of a second...

28 hours ago

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3 days ago

Updated 28 hours ago

Tax accountant

Hi everyone,

Anyone have a recommendation for a good tax accountant in the neighborhood or neighborhoods close by?

Thanks in advance!

4 days ago

Updated 38 hours ago

What happened to burger philosophy?

Does anyone have any information on what happened to burger philosophy? The store is completely papered up with no sign on the door and nothing on their website.

42 hours ago

Jul 21

Updated 45 hours ago

Volunteers Needed for EdgeFest -- August 2 & 3

The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for our annual summer street festival, EdgeFest! EdgeFest will take place August 2 and 3 on Broadway between Thorndale and Ardmore. We'll have 2 stages with music, an interactive kids' tent with games and crafts, local food vendors and artists, and karaoke on the South Stage on Saturday night!

We are looking for volunteers to help pull off a great event! We have openings in the beer tent, at the Chamber table, and helping run the Bridgeview Bank money booth game.

If you are interested in volunteering, please email ally@edgewater.org indicating your name, desired placement, and desired day.

For more information about EdgeFest, visit http://edgewater.org/edgefest

  • Al I. Not Defender of Cartoon Cows

    I can't recall from last year -- can we bring lawn chairs? Would come in handy if we're going to hang out and listen to the music.

  • Ally Brisbin Marketing & Events, Edgewater Chamber of Commerce

    Al, yes! You can bring lawn chairs. Hope you enjoy the festival!

46 hours ago

Any news from Ald. meeting last night

Missed Ald. O'Connor's meeting at Montessori last night. Did anyone on here attend? Anything new to report?

47 hours ago

New Lesbian Dating Webseries Set In Andersonville

Dating in the age of social media has turned some of our intimate and flirtatious attempts into a swipe of a finger, a double tap to ‘like’ someone’s image, a request to be friends, a follow on a new platform, or a #hashtag below someone’s content. Social media and technology have changed the dating ways of the world and […]

Jul 24

Updated 47 hours ago

Three Things I'd Like To See In Andersonville

A movie theater. A coffee shop that isn't Starbucks below Foster. A bowling alley.

Jun 07

Updated 2 days ago

Mariano's

Does anyone have any idea what's going on the empty lot beside Mariano's at sheridan and foster? They built fences last week.. Just curious :)

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

New EHS Exhibit Showcases Edgewater’s Automotive Glory Days

It is hard to believe, but back in the 1920s Edgewater was such a hub for the Chicago automotive industry that it was dubbed “The Northside Motor Row”.  Now,  a new exhibit which opened July 12th at the Edgewater Historical Society and Museum tackles the past showcasing photographs, artifacts and maps that help us get […]

  • I saw the exhibit for the first time this past weekend. It's really a fabulous exhibit with artifacts covering nearly every wall and also a slideshow of old automobile ads. If you're at all interested in old cars or Edgewater history, you should try to see it. It's free, but...

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    I saw the exhibit for the first time this past weekend. It's really a fabulous exhibit with artifacts covering nearly every wall and also a slideshow of old automobile ads. If you're at all interested in old cars or Edgewater history, you should try to see it. It's free, but the museum is only open on weekends from 1-4 p.m.

    About three months ago I posted a link to a fire-insurance map (PDF) showing the businesses on both sides of Broadway between Foster and Devon in 1928. That l-o-n-g map is stretched across a wall in the exhibit and the large number of automobile-related businesses are color-coded to identify the type of business.

    Oh. I almost forgot the link to the map. Go to the "maps" page on the Edgewater Historical Society website (http://www.edgewaterhistory.org/ehs/local/maps). The "1928 Sanborn map of Broadway" PDF link is about halfway down the page.

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2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Anyone know what's going into 5001 N. Clark?

Formerly Pie Hole Pizza (sadface), there is paper up in the windows, and I saw a plumbing / HVAC truck parked next to it this afternoon. Anyone know what's going into the space?

  • smctopia I still call Happy Foods "Certified".

    What will be going into T's?

  • If I am correct, (I have heard a few rumors out there) T's will be a farm to table restaurant. I believe the theme is Mexican. The restaurant is owned by the same people who own Crew and SOFO, among other high volume businesses in Boystown. Lets hope that they can keep their winning streak going and turn T's into another thriving restaurant.

2 days ago

Two Sidewalk Robberies Near Loyola Since Friday

There were two sidewalk robberies over the weekend in the Edgewater area near the Loyola campus. It is unknown at this point if it was the same attacker but police are currently investigating both incidents. The first happened on Friday about 10:55 a.m. on the usually quiet 6200 block of North Wayne. A woman was held […]

3 days ago

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Cars (and bikes) not stopping at stop signs in Ravenswood

I walk home from the Metra up to Foster Ave, usually on Wolcott. Seems like almost every day the cars in the area either do rolling stops, don't seem to stop at all, or take off when I'm halfway through the crosswalk. Also, bikes will blow through signs in this area as well, without even pausing - and the ones on sidewalks around blind corners have almost hit me on more than one occasion. Is there anything to be done?...

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I walk home from the Metra up to Foster Ave, usually on Wolcott. Seems like almost every day the cars in the area either do rolling stops, don't seem to stop at all, or take off when I'm halfway through the crosswalk. Also, bikes will blow through signs in this area as well, without even pausing - and the ones on sidewalks around blind corners have almost hit me on more than one occasion. Is there anything to be done? It doesn't seem like there is any police presence in the area, so it goes unnoticed. I don't like having to worry when I'm following the laws and being a safe pedestrian, that I'll be hit by a car or bike.

  • The new pedestrian "refuge" islands on Lawrence, complete with clear signage, are mainly ignored as well. Another great sting location if they want to hit a main road...

  • BerkeleyGirl Winnemac Park

    Brian, if only there were a camera filming the northern crosswalk across Dearborn at Randolph, between McD's and Petterino's. It's insane!!! Honestly, in all my years, I've never seen anything like it. People of all ages/races/genders walking against red lights like they're not even there. Considering that I strongly believe that there are far more reckless drivers than pedestrians, I want to yell at them: You're not helping!!!

    This thread is making me very frustrated that I can't make the CAPS meeting this Wednesday at Ravenswood Covenant Church.

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

The Last Pit Stop BBQ

Has anyone been yet? What were your experiences? Yelp seemed sort of mixed, would love to know if others have been there. I expected that they would have some bumps (everyone does when they first open), but that they should smooth out in time. I would love to see another restaurant in the neighborhood last!

  • My wife got the ribs which were fantastic and the coleslaw and sweet potato fries were great too. My brisket and mac and cheese much less so. We'd go back for the ribs though!

  • RoseRed 13 years in Chicago, 2 years in Lincoln Square

    I went a couple of days after they opened and hope they will improve with time. The boyfriend and I got the pulled pork sandwiches. The pork was clumpy and extremely dry and the sauce tasted like it was out of a bottle. I had the baked beans and they absolutely came from a can. The boyfriend got the sweet potato fries and they were soggy.
    The service was slow and confused.
    We'll be giving it a few months and will try it again before completely giving up!

Jul 23

Updated 3 days ago

How's the new Mediterranean restaurant on Wolcott/Montrose?

Looks like it's grand opening was yesterday...no reviews yet.

  • So things that exist: sucuk trash kabob. Pity the poor advertising firm that has to make THAT sound appealing. :-)

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Yeah, I feel like maybe they should spell it "sujuk" instead, which is closer to how the manager pronounced it (it's also how it's spelled on Wikipedia). If your eyesight isn't good, it looks almost looks like Jennifer ordered "suck trash kabob".

Feb 13 2012

Updated 3 days ago

What Landscape/Snow Removal Company do you use?

Hello friends. We own a condo in an 8-unit and our building pays for landscaping rather than do it ourselves (we have some who are rarely there, some older folks too). We use Patch. In the winter, it's $250 every time they come out to shovel after 2 inches. If it's over 5 inches it's double. We only have a front and left side of our building for sidewalks, and then the back which is a garage pull in area....

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Hello friends. We own a condo in an 8-unit and our building pays for landscaping rather than do it ourselves (we have some who are rarely there, some older folks too). We use Patch. In the winter, it's $250 every time they come out to shovel after 2 inches. If it's over 5 inches it's double. We only have a front and left side of our building for sidewalks, and then the back which is a garage pull in area. Last winter at Groundhog Day, they came out twice in day for a total of $750 in one day. This seems a bit extreme to me, and doesn't seem fair to charge double for the same amount of work, considering mostly machines are used and not much extra human energy is expressed.

It got me thinking if there are better/cheaper options out there. It's hard to search for them since most don't give pricing - you have to contact them for a personal quote.

Thanks for any input from home/condo owners!

  • Brian S Emerick Bowmanville / Andersonville parent

    JR, just wanted to follow up and say thanks again - we've been using M&R for a few seasons now and they've been great and easy to work with. And you can't beat the price. Highly recommended!

  • You're welcome. I have used them for years. Totally reliable and , as you say, their price is unbeatable.

Apr 15

Updated 3 days ago

Is the 40th Ward doing participatory budgeting?

So I'm reading all these articles about the participatory budgeting process in nearby wards -- some are holding votes, some conducting online surveys, some holding public meetings -- and I'm realizing that I've never heard a single word about PB from Ald. Patrick O'Connor, who ganked my Lincoln Square block in the redistricting. Is O'Connor even doing PB in the 40th?

3 days ago

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4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Recommended local (or local-ish) financial advisors?

Hello neighbors! My husband and I are expecting our first child and it's time to get our finances in order. I'm interested in visiting an hourly, fee-based financial planner, and I'm wondering if anyone knows of any good ones. I did a bit of Googling, but most of the planners I stumbled across seemed geared toward people with WAY more money than we have. We'd be looking for basic financial advice for a young family just starting out. Would really appreciate any recommendations. Thank you!!

  • My fiance and I were recommended to Jeff Kostis who we really like and is located in downtown Chicago.

    He's a fee only advisor which means he charges you a hourly rate and doesn't get any sort of financial incentive for recommending certain products etc.

    We were really happy with our experience with him and the planned he pulled together for us.

    http://www.jkfinancialplanning.com/about-us.php

  • Richard Owen, a long-time Andersonville resident, founder of the Chicago Dads Group and father of one with another on the way (he also happens to be my husband). May be able to help. He is also fee-based. Office downtown but meets clients locally or wherever is handy for them http://www.morganstanleyfa.com/richard.p.owen/m_index.htm.
    Good luck and congrats!

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Annual Back to School Back Pack Drive

State Senator Heather Steans, State Rep Kelly Cassidy, and Alderman Harry Osterman are proud to work again with the community to collect school supplies for low-income children in the neighborhood. The seventh annual "sponsor-a-student" is a partnership with Care for Real-Edgewater's food and clothing pantry, Howard Area Community Center, Housing Opportunities for Women, and Family Matters to provide school supplies for children in Rogers Park, Edgewater and Uptown.

Students need a wide variety of supplies. You can drop off a...

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State Senator Heather Steans, State Rep Kelly Cassidy, and Alderman Harry Osterman are proud to work again with the community to collect school supplies for low-income children in the neighborhood. The seventh annual "sponsor-a-student" is a partnership with Care for Real-Edgewater's food and clothing pantry, Howard Area Community Center, Housing Opportunities for Women, and Family Matters to provide school supplies for children in Rogers Park, Edgewater and Uptown.

Students need a wide variety of supplies. You can drop off a back pack filled with supplies, or individual supplies, such as pencils, pens, glue, scissors, and back packs, or gift cards are gratefully accepted and will used to purchase school supplies.

The drive ends August 20th, so please get your donations ASAP to one of the following locations:
Offices of Steans, Cassidy & Osterman - 5533 N Broadway
Brightview Care Center - 4538 N Beacon St.
Bridgeview Bank - 1058 W Bryn Mawr Ave.
Mid America Care Center 4920 N Kenmore Ave.
Sol Cafe - 1615 W Howard St
For more information or questions, email cathy@heathersteans.com or call 773-769-1717

  • AMLC of Chicago

    Hi, are gently used backpacks ok? Or should everything be new?

  • Malibu Pat Edgewater Dog person

    Hi,
    We usually give the kids all new things, but if it really genly used, it might work. Thanks!!

3 days ago

Police About-Face On Kenmore Shooting, Not Gang-Related

It just did not seem to add up. Witnesses noticing a passionate argument between two men. One of them Demond Parnell who was a creative barber in Rogers Park. He stated on his Twitter page, “I’m an Open-minded outspoken Barber with an eye for fashion and style. I create my own lane”.  One of his […]

3 days ago

Community Gardening day today! Head over to our Gateway garden at Ravenswood an...

Community Gardening day today! Head over to our Gateway garden at Ravenswood and Balmoral and lend a hand. Lots to do, and good weather for it. If you can't come drop off a snack for the volunteers. There until 1 or so.

3 days ago

Chicago Bear Israel Idonije Visits Edgewater’s Third Coast Comics

Bears in our neighborhood? That’s right! Local comic shop Third Coast Comics had a special appearance from one of the well known Chicago Bear’s, Israel Idonije yesterday for an interview with CBS to discuss his comic books, The Protectors.  First launched in 2013, the comic is a story about the most amazing and skilled athletes in the world whose sole […]

Jul 19

Updated 3 days ago

Great cook and good with kids needs room to rent

Looking to rent a room near my job in Ravenswood (or on L/bus lines to get me there). It is a small entrepreneurial company who helps nonprofits with digital marketing, so money is still tight and can only afford to pay up to $450. I'm quiet, easy going and happy to contribute in other ways:

* Am a great cook--healthy and tasty meals usually--but can also make the "comfort foods" we all love too.

* Some child care--as the eldest...

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Looking to rent a room near my job in Ravenswood (or on L/bus lines to get me there). It is a small entrepreneurial company who helps nonprofits with digital marketing, so money is still tight and can only afford to pay up to $450. I'm quiet, easy going and happy to contribute in other ways:

* Am a great cook--healthy and tasty meals usually--but can also make the "comfort foods" we all love too.

* Some child care--as the eldest of 7, helped raise my younger siblings, plus recently I've taken care of my friends' kids when they've gone out for the evening & when they've gone to Europe for 2 weeks. Can provide references

* Have 20+ years in sales & marketing, so if you need some help with marketing your business--or just need someone to type your manuscript--happy to help.

* Some personal care assistance--worked in a hospital many years ago plus experience working with family members who have challenges (my 25 year old niece was born with a neural tube disorder and my aunt had ALS)--so could provide some assistance to you.

I'm a nonsmoker and I don't drink (food allergy). My cat is quiet and shy--and we are looking to move by August 1st. Look forward to meeting you!

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Catherine, you still haven't turned on the personal message function. To turn it on, you need to go to the top right dropdown with your username on it, and select "Manage your account settings", then "Email", and finally check the box that reads "Allow logged-in EveryBlock users to email you via your public profile page".

  • Catherine Dennis Artistic and Professional--with a Cat

    Feihong,

    Thank you for alerting me! I thought I had enabled that but obviously hadn't. Appreciate all that you do to keep us functioning! :-)

    All the best,

    Cassie

4 days ago

Blacktop?? Vendor??

Calling all condo owners - we need to re-blacktop our parking lot (just 8 spaces) - any of the condo owners out there have a good paving/blacktop contractor to recommend? We can't seem to find anyone with good reviews.

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