8 hours ago

Updated 7 hours ago

Why I Support the Sauganash Sounds and You Should Too

Greetings my many neighbors!

I'm asking you to support the Sauganash Sounds with a financial donation to this very important community newspaper. I am again making a donation this year. Donations can be mailed to Sounds Donation Drive, ATTN: Julie Gay, 22 Alice Lane, Lake Barrington, IL 60010.

Supporting the Sounds with a donation is important. As a longtime self-professed "community guy", the Sounds provides localized information on what is going on in a whole bunch of NW neighborhoods. The...

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Greetings my many neighbors!

I'm asking you to support the Sauganash Sounds with a financial donation to this very important community newspaper. I am again making a donation this year. Donations can be mailed to Sounds Donation Drive, ATTN: Julie Gay, 22 Alice Lane, Lake Barrington, IL 60010.

Supporting the Sounds with a donation is important. As a longtime self-professed "community guy", the Sounds provides localized information on what is going on in a whole bunch of NW neighborhoods. The information is often tailored exactly to a specific community. The newspaper is responsive to the civics in our area and talks about individual neighbors. All of this would already be worth my and your donation.

But what is most important to me as a community guy, is with the Sounds we increase our ability to build community and do democracy. Building community starts with being informed but moves towards getting involved. I read the Sounds seeing that all of the events and activities listed invite you and me to get involved with other citizens. When done right, whether or not successful, along the way community is built. "We are better together" is one of my many sayings.

The Sounds also allows us to do democracy. Democracy belongs to the people, not the political parties, government or even elected officials. Like community, democracy requires citizens who are informed, connected with one another, understand the common challenges they face and determined to solve those challenges. No citizen stands alone so the massing of more citizens around an issue is required to solve challenges. The Sounds provides an open platform for a variety of voices to be heard in the democratic arena whether those are for or against.

Thank you Sounds for information, introducing us to each other, letting us know what's going on, building community and doing democracy. All of this more than merits my donation once again this year. I ask you to do the same.

Sep 02

Updated 21 hours ago

General contractor

Looking for a general contractor to do a second story addition for our home. We have plans but did not get permits yet. Any recommendations?

  • Try All In One Workers, Inc. They do it all and are reasonably priced. I think they may even give a police, firefighter, and police discounts. (312) 754-5376. Highly recommended

  • I am a gc registered with city with a 2 million building cap if u still need estimate i could give u one with the prints 773 203 3019

Apr 09

Updated 2 days ago

Apartments proposed for site near Jeff Park Metra station

Features include large landscaped courtyard, 48 units in two five-story buildings, interior parking:
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/04/09/48-unit-apartment-complex-proposed-for-site-at-long-and-argyle-near-jeff-park-metra-station/

  • Ryan Richter Transportation Planner in Jefferson Park

    Queen of Insanity - I think this is right on. In my own experience my wife and I lived in Lincoln Park and Lincoln Square before purchasing in Jefferson Park. We always had one car, but bought a larger second one when child #2 came around. Yet, we managed to...

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    Queen of Insanity - I think this is right on. In my own experience my wife and I lived in Lincoln Park and Lincoln Square before purchasing in Jefferson Park. We always had one car, but bought a larger second one when child #2 came around. Yet, we managed to find a place just 5-6 blocks from the Jeff Park terminal. Being carless is not as appealing right now, sure, but it will when I'm older, and I like the fact that amenities are around so as my kids get older they will be less reliant on me to drive them places. I work downtown so not driving has its perks, too. One of the reasons I'm pro-development and additional density (not anywhere, just near the train station) is because I have a rational, experienced, professional based belief that viable businesses and residential neighborhoods around transit create strong communities.

  • Zoes mom working at home

    @Queenofinsanity It's probably not going to be single occupancy at 2k a month it will be at least 2 + people per unit. Easily affordable, splitting the utilities. the plus would be the location to the train, the negative will be the noise.

5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

FAiR Coalition on Chicago Tonight, on Wednesday, December 19, at 7pm on Channel 11 (PBS)

The Fair Allocation in Runways (FAiR) Coalition has been invited once again to be on our region's premiere community news show - Chicago Tonight. FAiR will appear live on Wednesday, December 19 at 7pm on Channel 11 (PBS).

More information about FAiR can be found at www.fairchicago.org. We are also on Facebook and Twitter.

I invite you to join FAiR! We are the leading voice for residents in both the city and suburbs impacted by the October 2013 changes made...

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The Fair Allocation in Runways (FAiR) Coalition has been invited once again to be on our region's premiere community news show - Chicago Tonight. FAiR will appear live on Wednesday, December 19 at 7pm on Channel 11 (PBS).

More information about FAiR can be found at www.fairchicago.org. We are also on Facebook and Twitter.

I invite you to join FAiR! We are the leading voice for residents in both the city and suburbs impacted by the October 2013 changes made to the O'Hare runway takeoff and landing patterns. Those changes were made without any real community input.

In addition, FAiR now includes Midway airport. Changes were made there in February 2014. Not surprsingly, these changes were made without any real community input.

We seek a real seat at the airport decision making table in order to find solutions to the massive increase in planes, noise and pollution over our communities, again done without any real community input.

Questions? Please ask. jac.charlier@gmail.com

See you in TV Land :)

  • Denise M Seasoned dog owner

    Saw your segment. Very well done. I wish there would have been more time to discuss, but I know nothing will be solved on Chicago Tonight.

  • Jac Charlier AKA Citizen Jac Finding Solutions to Shared Community Challenges

    Thanks Denise. FAiR is having a general meeting on 12/3 from 7-9pm. You can attend that do get updates, ask questions and see what we are doing next. Check it out on www.fairchicago.org

3 days ago

Chicago Tonight Video of the FAiR Coalition Discussion about O'Hare from November 19, 2014

In case you missed the November 19 Chicago Tonight conversation with the FAiR Coalition, here is the link to the segment: http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2014/11/19/complaints-about-ohare-noise.

Thanks for our tens of hundreds of supports in both the city and suburbs. You are doing great. Keep it up!
You can learn more about FAiR at www.fairchicago.org. We are also on Facebook and Twitter.

Questions? Please ask. Jac.charlier@gmail.com

Nov 16

Updated 5 days ago

Looking For Local Family Fun Holiday Suggestions

With small children. What are the streets with the best lights? Looking forward to doing most of my shopping locally. So many great choices.

5 days ago

Should area parochial schools consolidate?

St. Cornelius pastor tells parish that consolidation plan for NW Side is in the works; Archdiocese says plans not finalized. Several area schools say they plan to remain open next year.
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/11/18/catholic-schools-may-consolidate/

5 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Roberts Square PAC to Meet Thursday at Jeff Park

Join us at the toasty (if a little drafty) Jeff Park Field House this Thursday evening, as we do a Look Back and a Look Ahead, and elect our board members for 2015!
All welcome, Thursday Nov 20 at 7PM.. If you can't attend but want to serve, or register concerns about our wunnerful little park, call tom at (773) 715-8108 or drop us a note at our web site: http://robertssquarepac.org/

https://www.facebook.com/RobertsSquareParkAdvisoryCouncil?notif_t=page_new_likes

  • TomL Loves, bikes, dogs, Jeff Park and Chicago

    Oh, and if you like what we've done this year, and want to support the park's plans for 2015, you can DONATE easily at our web site anytime (tax deductible)..Even small amounts go a long way... and are most appreciated!
    http://robertssquarepac.org/donate.html

6 days ago

Tickets now available for Jefferson Park Messiah Sing-Along concert on Dec. 14

Visit CopernicusTickets.org. The Copernicus Center is located one block from the Jefferson Park Blue Line stop. The concert is intended for singers and non-singers to enjoy.
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/11/17/jefferson-park-sing-along-messiah-comes-to-copernicus-center/

Nov 16

New Forest Glen mural celebrated

The Forest Glen Community Club celebrates the completion of the new mural on the viaduct at Forest Glen and Elston. Ald. John Arena, Congressman Mike Quigley, St. Rep. John D'Amico, and Arts Alive Chicago president Cyd Smillie were among those at the event. (photo by Randy Baran)

Nov 12

Updated Nov 14

Can you vote for alderman elections if you aren't a US citizen?

I know it's illegal to vote in some elections as I'm nota citizen - but I can vote for alderman right? thanks

Nov 13

Updated Nov 14

Quigley Admits that the O'Hare Expansion "May Have Been a Mistake" . Now what?!

Here's an excellent article and audio interview that speaks on the current noise issues many of us are having with the new O'Hare expansion. The article hits home on a lot of the points for us here in the 38th ward.

I'm SHOCKED to see that an elected official is (GASP!) admitting they might have made a very expensive mistake. Quigley has been nothing but fair about this in my eyes, and he's certainly earned my respect as far as this matter goes.

Article:
http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20141113/ohare/quigley-blasts-ohare-expansion-says-new-runways-may-have-been-mistake?utm_source=Jefferson+Park%2C+Portage+Park+%26+Norwood+Park&utm_campaign=bf4a064676-Mailchimp-CHI&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e52b2129cd-bf4a064676-171885609

A local group you can join to fight back (FAiR):
http://www.fairchicago.org/
https://www.facebook.com/FairAllocationInRunways

Website to report excessive noise:
https://servicerequest.cityofchicago.org/web_intake_chic/Controller?op=csrform&restrict_loc=Y&invSRType=AVN

  • Jac Charlier AKA Citizen Jac Finding Solutions to Shared Community Challenges

    It is the ongoing effort of FAiR that leads the way on finding solutions to the changes made at O'Hare. These changes were made without any real community input. We are a citizen-led initiative to build community. We gather democratically. Join us. www.fairchicago.org

  • It wouldn't have mattered if he had had the correct figures, Daley would have rammed it through anyway. He doesn't live up here, was close to retirement and I'm sure he had a lot of cronies who stood to make $$ on the runway expansion construction. Noise? What noise?

Nov 13

Cook County Military and Veterans Discount Program

I have one more post for this Veteran's Day week. Please share this information far and wide with our veterans as well as local businesses.

Also, I invite any veteran who is interested in joining our local American Legion Post (#134, Morton Grove), to contact me for more information. The Legion is great way to support veterans, their families and our community through continued service right here in our neighborhoods. I can be reached at jac.charlier@gmail.com for those interested in...

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I have one more post for this Veteran's Day week. Please share this information far and wide with our veterans as well as local businesses.

Also, I invite any veteran who is interested in joining our local American Legion Post (#134, Morton Grove), to contact me for more information. The Legion is great way to support veterans, their families and our community through continued service right here in our neighborhoods. I can be reached at jac.charlier@gmail.com for those interested in learning more.

Thanks for taking the time to read this and to pass it along.

Jac Charlier
American Legion Post 134

Dear Cook County Military Families and Merchants:

The Cook County Military and Veterans Discount Program is a public- and private-sector partnership to honor those who serve and have served. It is jointly administered by the Office of the Cook County Recorder of Deeds and the County Department of Veterans Affairs.

Our goal is to create a network of businesses and merchants who offer money-saving discounts and incentives to veterans and active-duty military, as a way of showing our gratitude. Those who wish to take advantage of this program can visit CCRD’s Veterans Service Office at 118 N. Clark, Room 120, and upon proof of service, receive a Discount/ID Card.

We hope this program will be a “win-win” – both a way to help save money for military families and a way to support businesses that support military families.

Below you will find a Registration Form with which to register your business and the discount you would like to offer. Once registered, your company’s name will be added to the Program’s promotional materials. We urge all businesses to sign up and offer military discounts year round, not just around the holidays.

If you would like more information, please call (312) 603-5788 or email Brian.Cross@CookCountyIL.gov.

Thank you to all who serve, and to those who serve them.

Sincerely,

Karen. A. Yarbrough, Recorder of Deeds

Nov 11

Updated Nov 12

Veterans Day ceremony held at Milwaukee/Higgins in Jefferson Park

The Indian Portage VFW Post 3592 held its annual Veterans Day ceremony at the war memorial at Higgins and Milwaukee avenues in Jefferson Park. The monument has been maintained by a group of WWII veterans for about 70 years. Bugler Larry Zimmerman of Nadig Newspapers concluded the ceremony with Taps. Members of the Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce were among those attending the ceremony.

  • AnnabelleBlue Proud teacher & active mom who loves our hood :)

    Did Brian Nadig take that photo? I'm disappointed that Brian decided to offset the main subject matter - the monument and veterans - to get a politician in the frame.

  • Black Stalin http://reddit.com/r/greatNWside

    I wasn't there but look at the EB post, it's Brian typing the text, not a link to an article in one of his newspapers. I'd assume the JPG file came from the potato he carries around.

    Brian has never claimed to be a photographer.

Nov 10

Updated Nov 12

Local veterans art museum hosts new exhibit

New exhibit at the National Veterans Art Museum at 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave at Six Corners
100 Faces of War Experience:
Portraits and Words of Americans Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan

The exhibition will be on view from November 11, 2014 through May 1, 2015.
The 100 Faces of War Experience is an open contemplation of the American experience of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It consists of portraits of 100 veterans who were chosen to represent the...

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New exhibit at the National Veterans Art Museum at 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave at Six Corners
100 Faces of War Experience:
Portraits and Words of Americans Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan

The exhibition will be on view from November 11, 2014 through May 1, 2015.
The 100 Faces of War Experience is an open contemplation of the American experience of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It consists of portraits of 100 veterans who were chosen to represent the statistical demographics of the American involvement in these conflicts. Each person was asked to provide the words that accompany their portrait. They are allowed total freedom in what they want to say.This exhibition is timed to coincide with the official end of war in Afghanistan and it is meant to be a place of open contemplation upon the American experience of these wars.

These portraits represent a cross section of the American experience of these wars and the statements of the people pictured reveal a candid, unedited understanding of our recent history. Nine years in the making, 100 Faces was created by Artist Matt Mitchell. Each portrait represents a part of the American statistics of these wars and comes out of a personal meeting between the artist and the person pictured.

  • Warren P. Photographer

    Awesome exhibit

  • AnnabelleBlue Proud teacher & active mom who loves our hood :)

    We went yesterday. Absolutely moving and I recommend it to all.

Nov 07

Updated Nov 10

Jewel's Grocery Carts...

What has happened to the Jewel Osco on Irving Park and Narragansett? It doesn't seem to be as clean as it was; also, the shelves are not kept stocked...and the carts are much to be desired...I no longer take a cart if I have to go to that Jewel...whatever I can carry is all that I will buy. Also, there is a young woman behind the lunch meat/salad counter that is extremely rude...I ended up not buying from that counter because I was upset with the way she talked to me...anyway, it really seems different within the past 4 months or so...has anyone else noticed this?

Nov 10

An Open Letter to America’s Veterans

Greetings Fellow Veterans,

Below please find an excerpt of an email I received today about VA benefits. As EB has character limitations on postings, I cannot put the entire letter here. However, I have full PDF and text versions of the letters I can email to you if you like. Please send me an email and I will send that along. Jac.charlier@gmail.com.

Please read and share with other veterans.

I am also a member of our local American Legion Post...

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Greetings Fellow Veterans,

Below please find an excerpt of an email I received today about VA benefits. As EB has character limitations on postings, I cannot put the entire letter here. However, I have full PDF and text versions of the letters I can email to you if you like. Please send me an email and I will send that along. Jac.charlier@gmail.com.

Please read and share with other veterans.

I am also a member of our local American Legion Post 134 in Morton Grove. If you would like more information about the American Legion, please let me know.

Thank you for your service wherever and whenver...and thank you to the families that support our veterans.

Jac Charlier
jac.charlier@gmail.com

A MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY

An Open Letter to America’s Veterans

At the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), we have one of the most noble and inspiring missions in Government. I accepted this job and joined this mission to better serve you—our Veterans—and improve the delivery of the care and benefits you have earned. It is our privilege to serve you, and I have made clear that as we move forward as a Department, we will judge the success of all our efforts against a single metric—the outcomes we provide for Veterans.

(Full text of letter continues...email me at jac.charlier@gmail.com for the full text)

Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Sincerely,

Robert A. McDonald

Nov 10

St Cornelius to be part of regional school plan, according to pastor

St. Cornelius School update: Pastor Dan Fallon tells parish that he agreed to have the parish school be part of a regionalization plan. Details of the plan are still being worked out, but Fallon reported in the Nov. 9 church bulletin that the agreement kept St. Cornelius off the Archdiocese's school closure list. It is not clear whether St. Cornelius would be the host campus as part of a regional school, which reportedly would involve at least four other existing NW Side parochial schools. The school recently raised about $250,000 in an effort to demonstrate to the Archdiocese that the school should stay open and that it could cover its own operating costs.
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/11/07/three-area-schools-set-to-close/

Nov 10

Cook County Military and Veterans Discount Program

Attention Veterans, check out this Cook County veterans discount program. This is a program authorized by Cook County and that works with participating businesses. It is open to all qualifying veterans and has no costs associated with it. NOTE: I am not involved with this program and do not benefit in anyway from it. I share it as a fellow veteran and member of your local American Legion Post 134. The Discount program is intended for all those who have served whenever and wherever. Thank you for your service!

http://cookrecorder.com/militarydiscount/

Nov 06

Updated Nov 08

Unwanted Advertisement Papers delivered....

Hello...sometime ago someone on EB gave me the email address of the person to contact to stop the delivery of the advertisement papers left on my porch...I did email him at the time and was told to wait for about 3-6 weeks and it will stop....well, it has been almost or even over a year and I have two of them on my porch at this writing....I cannot seem to find the email address...does anyone know what it is so I can try contacting this fellow again?

  • Paula, Belmont Terrace 8-year resident, 36th ward (for now...)

    I called a number on the plastic cover of Red Plum several months ago, to stop distribution. Although I was told I'd stop receiving Red Plum the following week, it never happened. I agree these things are a nuisance. We should have to opt in!

  • Keep mine coming TYVM!

Nov 07

Updated Nov 07

Gladstone Park Chamber honors 16th District police officers

The Gladstone Park Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 5 held its annual 16th District police officers' recognition breakfast at the Gale Street Inn. Honored were officers Eric Bellomy, Nicholas Redelsperger, Wendy Weller, Kenneth Varchetto and Phillip Travis. Pictured are (from left) Lieutenant John Garrido, State Senator John Mulroe, Weller, Chamber President David Wians, Varchetto, State Rep. Rob Martwick, Redelsperger, Alderman Margaret Laurino (39th) and Commander Roger Bay. (Photo by Laura Gale)

  • Black Stalin http://reddit.com/r/greatNWside

    Did you mean to publish this to your paper? Aren't you missing out on advertising clicks at http://nadignewspapers.com? Just wondering.

Nov 06

Lunch and Learn With Catherine Johns

Join Jefferson Park Chamber and Norwood Park Chamber for a Lunch and Learn Program on November 18 at noon at the Copernicus Annex 5214 W Lawrence

Nov 04

Updated Nov 06

Typical Chicago Election Day

Went to vote at Beaubien this morning at 6:20 am and the machines for the 45th ward 32nd precinct were down. Really? What time did you start setting up and realized the machines weren't working? Not to mention the 2 poll workers were very young...come on Arena get some decent precinct workers and poll workers!

  • To clarify: Each precinct has one Touchscreen machine. Early Voting is Touchscreens only.

    The judges arrive and set up at 5 am.

    At Beaubien, I am going to guess that the Electronic Poll Book was the issue. This was only the second election with those, they are extremely helpful. Not...

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    To clarify: Each precinct has one Touchscreen machine. Early Voting is Touchscreens only.

    The judges arrive and set up at 5 am.

    At Beaubien, I am going to guess that the Electronic Poll Book was the issue. This was only the second election with those, they are extremely helpful. Not every judge is up to speed on those yet. It does not mean you couldn't vote.

    It isn't necessary for ANY machines to work, because there is a backup for everything.

    Bella, bring your voter's card with you or that postcard the Board sends you. That way you know which precinct you are registered to vote in. Some precincts share a location.

    There are only one or two "younger judges" in a precinct. One high school student and maybe a college student, they receive the same training as all the judges. My experiences with them have been positive. They are less intimidated by the Electronic Poll Book, the Touchscreen machine, the Ballot Scanner and the Card Activator.

    Precinct captains have nothing at all to do with the judges and polling place being ready to go when the polls open. Nor should they.

Nov 06

Seeking Crafters with unique products

St. Robert Bellarmine Parents' Association still has spots available for crafters for our Craft & Vendor Fair on November 22nd. The Craft Fair will be held at St. Robert Bellarmine Church's Kernaghan Hall at 4646 N. Austin Ave. Please email srbparentsassociation@gmail.com for details.

Nov 06

Seeking Crafters with unique products

St. Robert Bellarmine Parents' Association still has spots available for crafters for our Craft & Vendor Fair on November 22nd. The Craft Fair will be held at St. Robert Bellarmine Church's Kernaghan Hall at 4646 N. Austin Ave. Please email contact srbparentsassociation@gmail.com for details.

Nov 05

You are Invited: Local Veteran's Day Parade, Sunday, November 9 at 1:30pm

Greetings Neighbors:

My local American Legion post cordially invites you to the American Legion Post #134 Veteran's Day Parade on Sunday, November 9 at 1:30pm. The parade will kick-off from the American Legion Post at 6144 W. Dempster. The parade route will run from the Post to the Morton Grove Public Library and back. A brief program will be held at the Public Library. You may line the parade route between these two points.

Girl and Boy Scout units are invited to march in the parade. Units should RSVP to me and arrive at 12:30pm.

Questions? Please ask. If you are a veteran interested in joining the Post, please contact me Jac Charlier via email at jac.charlier@gmail.com.

Sep 30

Updated Nov 04

Paschke Art Center in Jefferson Park features exhibit with photos of Warhol, Bowie, Reed

Admission is free to art center, which is open 10 am to 7 pm seven days a week. Located at Milwaukee and Higgins (near the park).
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/09/30/paschke-art-center-features-schapiro-photo-exhibit-bowie-reed-warhol-pictures-on-display-through-nov-15/

  • Great photos, I checked it out last weekend.

  • On Chicago Tonight ths evening:
    A Passion for Paschke
    We get a preview of rarely seen artwork by Ed Paschke from his family's personal collection. View a slideshow of Paschke's artwork.

    Maybe the museum will be on???

Nov 04

Updated Nov 04

Medical marijuana shop operator discusses plan for 2-story building in Jeff Park

Several dispensary applications are being sought for 45th Ward, but no more than two in all of Jefferson Township will be approved by the state. Township includes NW Side and extends as far south as North Avenue and as far east as Western Avenue.
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/11/04/residents-raise-concerns-about-proposed-medical-marijuana-shop-in-jefferson-park/

  • Black Stalin http://reddit.com/r/greatNWside

    Why did they leave a For Rent sign in the window next door in their illustration of the street view? That's unfortunate.

  • BeenAFix Portage Park , Runner, Gamer, 30s, IT Guy

    They bought this building so it shows they are committed to the area and they have a previous track record in other states.

Nov 04

OLV Open House

Become part of the OLV family, join us for our Open House on Thursday, November 6, 2014 from 9:00 - 11:00 AM. We are currently accepting applications.

Nov 04

Gale Street Inn and OLV Team Up

OLV day at Gale Street Inn is this Thursday, Nov. 6th. So Come on out for some delicious food and support OLV.

Nov 03

Updated Nov 04

Couch for free (on curb)

Looks like a nice couch and love seat on the curb, left when the neighbors moved out. 5505 w Windsor.

  • Paula, Belmont Terrace 8-year resident, 36th ward (for now...)

    BethNWside is trying to be helpful. Unfortunately, bringing used furniture into your house, especially stuff that's been thrown out, can be really risky. Chicago is now #1 city in the U.S. for bedbugs. You don't want them!

  • Johnny Mayor of Milwaukee Ave.

    Hey, I was thinking of starting a bed bug farm. They are high in protein. Ever have a bed bug burger?

Nov 03

Updated Nov 03

Congrats to St. Constance School Student`

Congrats to Kevin R. and his teacher Mrs. Kelly Mikrut for being featured on the Weather Channel yesterday. Kevin wore his meteorologist Halloween costume and spoke about his dream to become a meteorologist one day. Mrs. Mikrut talked about the climate/weather in Chicago, and how it influences her teaching students about the weather.

  • C Ped Oriole Park homeowner

    His costume was fantastic!

Oct 31

Updated Nov 02

Looking to rent a garage

I am looking for a secure garage to store a car through the winter. Car would probably not be driven at all during the winter so no in/out, however we would come to start it occassionally. If you know of anyone who may have an extra space that they are not using please let me know. Budget is about $70/ month.
Thanks.

  • We are at Menard and Newport. PM me if interested.

  • Julie, thanks but we were hoping to be north of Montrose. Maybe Cris or Nikki are interested.

Nov 02

Get Your Holiday Shopping Done Early

Visit my church for a Handmade Market today 11:30-3:00
Edgebrook Community Church 6736 N. Loleta
Admission is FREE!

Nov 02

sGet tarted On Your Holiday Shopping

Come to a Handmade Market today 11:30-3:00
Edgebrook Community Church 6736 N. Loleta
Admission is FREE!

Oct 31

Updated Oct 31

City Council committee follows voting custom and approves pedestrian street for Jeff Park

Some committee members and State Senator Martinez urged for the matter to be deferred, but committee approves proposal at Ald. Arena's request.
http://nadignewspapers.com/2014/10/31/zoning-committee-considers-delaying-vote-on-proposed-pedestrian-street-designation-for-jefferson-park-but-honors-voting-custom/

  • He did say it was not Martinez's district:

    "he added that while her legislative district does not include Jefferson Park, it does cover a portion of the 45th Ward’s south end and that her constituents shop in Jefferson Park."

  • Black Stalin http://reddit.com/r/greatNWside

    Ha!

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