46 hours ago

Updated 3 hours ago

Troquet no more?

Anyone know what's going on with Troquet? It's been "closed for maintenance" for the past few days. Seems ominous . . .

  • Call in the Wiccans and burn some sage for that corner!

  • Consistently incompetent service and the food is hit or miss. It's hard to believe that the quality of a ham sandwich can vary so much from visit to visit, but yeah, it does. I mean, it's a fancy Frenchified ham sandwich, but still, how can they F this up about 40% of the time? Good location, hope they either figure themselves out or fold quick and make room for someone that can cut the mustard.

3 hours ago

Trolley Rental

Has anyone had any luck with a particular Trolley Rental company? I know there's a few different companies out there, and I've seen some reviews on Yelp, just not sure how reliable all of them are. Just thought I'd ask around the neighborhood.

Thanks in advance for your help!

21 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

USPS Packages stolen

This afternoon we had 2 packages stolen; the contents were removed and the boxes dumped in the trash.

Our place is on Western AVE near Winnemac. Not exactly low traffic area.

Argh!!

  • We've had UPS and USPS packages stolen out of the vestibule. For USPS, we have a PO Box in another zipcode because it is much closer to us. Unfortunately it is in nice neighborhoods where thieves "go shopping." We had a neighbor call when they found empty boxes belonging to many people on our street, all dumped in a basement area that was accessible.

  • We have all packages delivered to us at work unless we know we can plan to be home to receive them.

10 hours ago

Updated 5 hours ago

NE Corner of Ravenswood and Wilson

Anyone know what's being done in the lot just north of O'Shaughnessy's at Wilson and Ravenswood? It was fenced off for a long time and now it's being torn up.

  • Shelly Lifelong suburbanite, now in South Lakeview.

    An earlier thread said mixed use biz/res...

2 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Lakeshore garbage pickup at 5:20am

Has anyone else noticed that Lakeshore is picking up garbage before 7:00 and not by just a few minutes. I have called 311 to report them on several occasions. I have tried to talk to the driver but that just turned into him banging the cans louder. We have called the company several times. The first time we received a phone call and results for a couple months. Now they do not return our calls.

The only way they will stop is if enough people complain to 311 and they keep getting fined. Please call 311 if you hear them out before 7:00.

  • Haven't experienced it lately, but in the past, whenever we've been jarred from a deep sleep in the predawn hours by the thunderous roar of an upended dumpster, the culprit has always, always, always been a Lakeshore driver … Wish I knew the driver's work schedule and home address so I could return the favor on his days off.

  • jodie b. Salam IS best!

    I'm sure it's easier to get the routes done faster and more efficiantly before traffic picks up, and its hard to blame them for wanting to finish up ASAP or get more done in a day. BUT, call your alderman- most have a web form you can fill out if...

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    I'm sure it's easier to get the routes done faster and more efficiantly before traffic picks up, and its hard to blame them for wanting to finish up ASAP or get more done in a day. BUT, call your alderman- most have a web form you can fill out if you don't want to talk to a human. start a log with photos and send it to the company, copy your Alder and landlord. ask your landlord or condo-board to call the company to complain and threaten to pull your business.
    Today Waste Management was outside at 7 am on the dot. still before I need to be awake, but much better than 6:15. And legal.

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Updated 20 hours ago

Getting a tree out of the parkway

There is a huge, monstrosity of an evergreen tree in front of my house in the parkway that I'm dying to get rid of. It was planted by the previous owners and although I love trees, I really detest this one. I've heard the city will hardly ever grant a permit to remove a tree in the parkway, though another person told me they aren't so precious about evergreens, which they don't themselves plant. Does anyone know the deal on this? I'm happy to plant another tree, just not this type.

  • The city was happy to cut down a huge beautiful tree in front of my house because of a blight and said they would plant another the following year. I was then told by the alderman's office that the ash tree problem has used up the funds for new plantings. I intend to buy a tree and plant it myself. However, I am not sure they will cut down a tree because it is ugly.

  • Will E. Kay o Nosey Neighbor.

    If you've the cash, a city worker's got the axe.

  • I actually don't need them to cut it down for me - I'm happy to pay someone. I just need a permit from them in order to do it.

3 days ago

Updated 20 hours ago

Sprint Network in Lincoln Square/Ravenswood

Just wondering if anyone can comment on reception on the Sprint Network in the area. I am looking for a new service and see a good plan through Virgin on the Sprint Network. I am currently on T-Mobile and cannot get any reception in my home so hoping for an improvement. Thanks.

  • I'm not in Lincoln Square or Ravenswood but next door in Andersonville and I can tell you that here and in many places in the city the Sprint reception is abysmal. At a friend's house at Ashland and Catalpa I get no reception indoors at all. Nada. Out on the...

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    I'm not in Lincoln Square or Ravenswood but next door in Andersonville and I can tell you that here and in many places in the city the Sprint reception is abysmal. At a friend's house at Ashland and Catalpa I get no reception indoors at all. Nada. Out on the sidewalk in front of their building things seem fine but inside it's hopeless. In my own apartment at Argyle and Clark, I get from a half a bar to a bar and a half of reception, tops--and that's since the upgrade. Many mornings it is a challenge just tracking the bus due to network errors. Again, it is better outdoors. And, there are a number of places down in the Loop where I get no reception at all indoors. I don't use my phone as much as many people do and the service I get with Virgin is cheap, so I tolerate it but it is frustrating. I should have known better than to sign up for it, though, when they had to walk my phone over to the window at the now-defunct Virgin Store on Clark just to get a signal...(in fairness, that was before the "upgrade" but I can't help thinking the rotten reception in the store's showroom had something to do with the fact that they are no longer there.)

  • I can't speak for Sprint, but I will say that ATT reception is terrible in this area. We currently use T-Mobile and the service is good in Chicago (for us), but terrible everywhere else.

    I'm pretty sure that Verizon is the way to go and when we decide to upgrade our phones we'll be going with them just for better coverage while traveling. My husband uses a Verizon 4G hotspot thingamabob to connect to work remotely and we get reception pretty much everywhere with that thing.

3 days ago

Updated 24 hours ago

Under El Landscaping

Does the CTA or the City offer a subsidy to level the ground (lots of puddles after rainfall) and to improve the aesthetics of the landscaping under the El near the Damen Brownline station? I would hate to not ask before I purchase some pea gravel or white stones.

  • Eastwood/Seeley Building Owner 35yr resident

    I appreciate the input. I didn't think there was any reimbursement. I had to ask. I will get to work and make it look pretty.

    Love Bobs comment!

  • Sheila Pacione Neighbor

    Yea! Share a pic when your done.

Mar 08

Updated 25 hours ago

Looking for Condo Association Mgmt Company

Can anyone recommend a good Management Company for a Condo Association? The main goal is to help ease the burden of the Treasurer position, for which collecting assessment checks and paying monthly bills has become a burdensome role that no one wants to take up.

Apr 16

Updated 29 hours ago

Purse Stolen While Volunteering

Hi, I'm treating this as a public service announcement. My purse was stolen last night at the Ravenswood Community Kitchen (All Saints Episcopal Church). I arrived to volunteer and the team lead, volunteer coordinator, shared with the other girls and I that we were to place our belongings we wished to not have sitting out in this "locked file cabinet."

Please be advised that the "locked file cabinet" was a sh*tty cabinet that someone could easily bust into. But, no...

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Hi, I'm treating this as a public service announcement. My purse was stolen last night at the Ravenswood Community Kitchen (All Saints Episcopal Church). I arrived to volunteer and the team lead, volunteer coordinator, shared with the other girls and I that we were to place our belongings we wished to not have sitting out in this "locked file cabinet."

Please be advised that the "locked file cabinet" was a sh*tty cabinet that someone could easily bust into. But, no need as the key to said sh*tty file cabinet was placed on a folding table in the middle of the check in area often left unattended to.

My gut told me to take my purse and keep it with me but I didn't want to appear suspect to the individuals we were helping that evening.

So, silly me, I left it. Only to come back to the "locked file cabinet" about two hours later and bam, its gone.

I'm so thankful I had friends with me to help figure out what to do as the church staff were not very helpful in assisting a quick search of the church property and staff.

I want my loss be a lesson to all doing good out there, keep doing good things for others but leave all personal items at home as many of these locations do not provide adequate storage and if your gut is telling you something, trust it. I'd have my purse and all its fabulous contents today if I would have trusted my gut.

  • Oh Charles & Penny, that is just terrible! I am so sorry you are experiencing the same loss as I am. I only wish that people volunteering were exempt from this type of crime. I hope the person who took your reader enjoyed books as much as you, I am...

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    Oh Charles & Penny, that is just terrible! I am so sorry you are experiencing the same loss as I am. I only wish that people volunteering were exempt from this type of crime. I hope the person who took your reader enjoyed books as much as you, I am trying to look at it the same way….I hope they love my bag and all the nice things in it as much as I did. AND, I hope they realize that hard work can also get you items like that vs. stealing from someone who worked hard to get them…..

  • zippy8 mostly happy resident

    We would think purses are different enough that we'd know which one is ours. This is a long shot but I like to consider out of the boxes ideas. What if a volunteer took the purse thinking it was theirs at first. Then after the announcement that it was stolen,...

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    We would think purses are different enough that we'd know which one is ours. This is a long shot but I like to consider out of the boxes ideas. What if a volunteer took the purse thinking it was theirs at first. Then after the announcement that it was stolen, she was too embarrassed/thought she'd be accused of theft and didn't say anything.
    Some people freeze, clam up or have poor social skills, don't know how to handle such a situation. Since the key was left in a community area it very likely was stolen.

42 hours ago

Updated 30 hours ago

McPherson School: Tuition Based Preschool (New Program!)

McPherson School, Lincoln Square's neighborhood school, now plans to offer Tuition Based Preschool for the 2014-2015 school year. Please join us! The school is actively recruiting area families to be a part of the program, which will be play-based and focus on literacy, math, social studies, science and social-emotional learning.

If you are interested in the program or have questions, please feel free to contact me (kim@friendsofmcpherson.com). I am a current parent and member of Friends of McPherson.

If you...

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McPherson School, Lincoln Square's neighborhood school, now plans to offer Tuition Based Preschool for the 2014-2015 school year. Please join us! The school is actively recruiting area families to be a part of the program, which will be play-based and focus on literacy, math, social studies, science and social-emotional learning.

If you are interested in the program or have questions, please feel free to contact me (kim@friendsofmcpherson.com). I am a current parent and member of Friends of McPherson.

If you are interested in seeing the inside of the school, the next tour will take place Friday, April 25 at 9:30 and there are also tours scheduled for the same time on May 9 and May 30. If these tours do not work for your schedule, we can make other arrangements. Feel free to email Marianne Turk (mturk@cps.edu) to participate in an upcoming school tour.

  • Hi Kim! Very interested. Can you send more info: jaysoncacal@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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Mar 08

Updated 43 hours ago

Say no to Cubs parking at Irving and Rockwell

In the latest newsletter for our ward, it was announced that the Cubs will be soon turning our neighborhood into their parking lot. This doesn't require ward approval. Sounds like a deal has been made between the Cubs and Basic wire, a factory with a gigantic lot by the river.
I can only imagine what wonders this will do for traffic on Irving, Western and all the side streets. I'm not just talking car traffic, some of the fans aren't...

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In the latest newsletter for our ward, it was announced that the Cubs will be soon turning our neighborhood into their parking lot. This doesn't require ward approval. Sounds like a deal has been made between the Cubs and Basic wire, a factory with a gigantic lot by the river.
I can only imagine what wonders this will do for traffic on Irving, Western and all the side streets. I'm not just talking car traffic, some of the fans aren't all too respectful. Ready to have your area turn into Wrigleyville? Finally, what positive does our community get from this? What traffic studies were done? I know this is a free market but let's make sure we let Basic Cable and Cubs ownership hear are voices.

2 days ago

Updated 47 hours ago

River Park boat house construction underway.

According to this DNAInfo article, the boat house should be completed in October. That's probably a bit late for paddling on the river this year, but it's good to have it started.

http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20140422/albany-park/river-park-boathouse-construction-gets-under-way

  • Kim R. Biker, designer, AP resident

    I live down the street from that boathouse. I was wondering what they were doing. I'm pretty excited to have kayak rental!

47 hours ago

Wonderful Summer Professional Development Opportunity for PK-12 Educators

Hi Friends!

The Chicago Botanic Garden will be hosting a School Gardening Conference on Saturday, June 28. This year's conference will focus on connecting gardening to Next Generation Science Standards, and incorporating into classroom curriculum. Please forward the link below onto any teacher, administrator, librarian, informal educator, or anyone else who may be interested.

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=b8d5a8ce718556733498bee3e&id=f18245d20d&e=f9bb6078e7

Thanks!

Apr 15

Updated 2 days ago

Public sidewalk a safety hazard, and eyesore: 4817 N. Wolcott

If you've ever walked the east side of the 4800 block of N. Wolcott, you've walked over or around the worst stretch of sidewalk in Ravenswood. I'm finally fed up enough to do something about it and would encourage the support of all neighbors. Thanks!

Below is an excerpt from the email just sent to Jim Poole in the Ward 47 office.
Sent April 15, 2014

Jim,

Just around the block from the new Mariano' there is a public disgrace....

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If you've ever walked the east side of the 4800 block of N. Wolcott, you've walked over or around the worst stretch of sidewalk in Ravenswood. I'm finally fed up enough to do something about it and would encourage the support of all neighbors. Thanks!

Below is an excerpt from the email just sent to Jim Poole in the Ward 47 office.
Sent April 15, 2014

Jim,

Just around the block from the new Mariano' there is a public disgrace. Besides the hundreds of residents using it, some customers and a lot of Mariano's employees are having to negotiate it too -- and somebody is going to get hurt.

The sidewalk in front of my neighbor building, at 4817 North Wolcott, managed by ICM Properties, 773-549-5443 has been a terrible hazard and now, ever since this last winter, it is a menace to public safety. I've tripped over this broken, uneven and potholed walkway for over 10 years and I'm fed up.

Please see the attached photos documenting this disgrace, and the building management.

I'm requesting that the Alderman do whatever possible to either force the management to repair this sidewalk in front of their building, or better yet find some emergency money and have the Ward replace it entirely.

Thank you ...

  • I think you meant Bill no works at the Alderman's office, Jim still does - he's the chief of staff - http://chicago47.org/staff/

  • Delia Kropp Loving Ravenswood since 1990

    As this post's creator, I'd like to express my thanks to the Alderman's office for getting the deteriorated stretch of sidewalk not merely repaired but entirely replaced. The work began 3 days after I emailed Mr. Poole, who acknowledged the urgency of the situation, and was completed within 24 hours. By any standards this response was exceptionally quick. Well done.
    Many thanks as well to my neighbors here on Everyblock.com who voiced their support. Hopefully we've saved some trips & spills.

Apr 13

Updated 2 days ago

Philadelphian Romanian Church Crazy Drivers

Sunnyside and Paulina
Twice this am I was almost hit by the cars speeding through stop signs to drop off people at church! Then to be told f*ck off by the driver when I told them to stop.

I called about the illegally parked cars that continue to park in tow zones.

What more can be done! I documented the two cars that almost hit me as well.

  • Call if you'd like but I'm telling you, the police have looked me in the eye and said "I'm not ticketing a church, I don't want to go to hell..."

    Believe me, the traffic here is a million times better than it was 8-10 years ago. They used to literally...

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    Call if you'd like but I'm telling you, the police have looked me in the eye and said "I'm not ticketing a church, I don't want to go to hell..."

    Believe me, the traffic here is a million times better than it was 8-10 years ago. They used to literally park in the intersection for hours. At least now they park in spaces and the noise level is down. I had thought maybe they suddenly had a change of heart since it's been so much better lately.

    Most of the tight parking issues that force you to park on Ravenswood are not that much better when church isn't in session these days. The fact is that we have a lot of condos/multi-unit buildings and far more people/cars than there are spaces. We've politely asked that they respect the neighbors. (we met with the pastor in person, inside the church, with the alderman's office representative)

    They don't care about the neighbors. Just be careful when you are crossing the street. Trying to do more will just leave you frustrated.

  • I used to live right across the street from this church. When I first moved in it was something different, I think maybe an Episcopal Church, and I hardly noticed them. As soon as it became the Philadelphia Romanian Church parking in the neighborhood became impossible on Sundays and some evenings and the street was much more crowded. They are one of the reasons I moved.

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6 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Street Sweeping

Thank goodness that the street sweeping schedule is beginning again. After the long winter and with spring just beginning, it's important to move your car so the sweepers can remove all the gunk and debris that has accumulated in the streets. It's unsightly and could clog sewer drains. Yes, it's inconvenient to find a parking spot during sweeping times, but important nonetheless -- and easy to avoid a $60 ticket!

Fun segment by Curious City about an otherwise mundane topic: http://www.wbez.org/series/curious-city/street-sweeping-essential-service-or-revenue-scam-109221

  • Kristine Cloud 30 year resident of North Center

    Kudos to Shelley's husband for cleaning the sewer grates! It helps if everyone pitches in on tasks like this. It drives me insane that the leaves don't seem to fall until the beginning of December, yet the last street sweeping is usually in October or early November. The city would save itself a lot of work in the spring if it had another sweeping in December (weather permitting). Oh well...

  • Kelly B Beaucastel's Mom

    You can sign up to get alerts for your Ward at http://sweeparound.us
    You can get email or text alerts. It may not be 100% accurate, but hopefully it will help!

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Wicker Park Staples Location Closing in May

When it closes, the nearest Staples location to Wicker Park will be at 2484 N. Elston Ave. Shoppers can go to stores at 4610 N. Clark St. and 1130 S. Canal St. as well.

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Staples at 1300 N. Ashland Ave. in Wicker Park is closing May 3. View Full Caption

When it closes, the nearest Staples location to Wicker Park will be at 2484 N. Elston Ave. Shoppers can go to stores at 4610 N. Clark St. and 1130 S. Canal St. as well.

When it closes, the nearest Staples location to Wicker Park will be at 2484 N. Elston Ave. Shoppers can go to stores at 4610 N. Clark St. and 1130 S. Canal St. as well.

The proposal for 1520-22 W. Huron St. needs a zoning change to move forward.

Apr 16

Updated 3 days ago

Sofas!

Hi there. I have a few pieces of furniture to get rid of pronto - seriously, if you can come pick them up, you can have them for FREE. That's right, FREE. Good condition sofas - we just need to make room for a baby, so goodbye spare room, hello nursery. Non-smoking, but cat home. Must pick up.

The first is a black, IKEA ektorp sofabed - it's a few years old, but in really good shape - we've used...

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Hi there. I have a few pieces of furniture to get rid of pronto - seriously, if you can come pick them up, you can have them for FREE. That's right, FREE. Good condition sofas - we just need to make room for a baby, so goodbye spare room, hello nursery. Non-smoking, but cat home. Must pick up.

The first is a black, IKEA ektorp sofabed - it's a few years old, but in really good shape - we've used in a spare room for the occasional out-of-towners. IKEA no longer carries the sofa, but I've found replacement covers online elsewhere, if black isn't your thing. The cover is easily removed to be washed. There are some minor nicks where the cat got a hold of it, along the back. This guy is heavy. And we can throw is the squishy, foam mattress topper we use with it to make it more comfortable.

The second is a set of dark brown, corduroy-ish apartment sized sofa/loveseat and oversized arm chair. Two years old - the sofa is in good shape - some minor wear, we would keep, but we came into a different living room set. The chair, on the other hand, has a rip along the back where the pillow meets the frame - I believe it's easily repaired - I'm just lazy - so we've just thrown a blanket over it. And woah - get this, it comes with THREE pillows.

I can't get both pictures to load, so let me know if I can send one to you or if you have other questions.

  • Cat

    Hi Elizabeth! I'm interested in seeing pics of the corduroy sofa, loveseat and chair. Could you send them to me via email? cat02134 at gmail dot com. Thanks!

  • Hi Cat, thanks for your interest, however it's all been picked up already! I just can't figure out how to delete posts on everyblock :/

3 days ago

Grow47 - Need your input on local schools

Alderman Ameya Pawar's Grow47 initiative is conducting a community survey to invite feedback on local schools, including elementary schools and high schools in the area. Check it out. This survey will close on Friday, April 25. We have already received more than 500 responses. Please share with your neighbors.

Here is the link to the survey: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1604211/Grow47-Survey

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Apr 17

Updated 6 days ago

Wallet lost 4/16/14

I believe I lost my wallet yesterday around 1:15 p.m. somewhere between Lawrence/Ashland, Leland/Hermitage, Hermitage/Wilson and Wilson/Paulina/Sunnyside. If anyone found it that would be so wonderful. Thank you!

  • Unfortunately pickpocketing on the CTA is fairly common. I'm sorry this happened to you.

  • I just posted something similar in a thread started by a woman who lost her passport: Check your facebook. I recently contacted someone about a lost wallet this way, and with the death of landlines and listed phone numbers, I suspect it is probably the most common way for people...

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    I just posted something similar in a thread started by a woman who lost her passport: Check your facebook. I recently contacted someone about a lost wallet this way, and with the death of landlines and listed phone numbers, I suspect it is probably the most common way for people to attempt to return lost wallets nowadays. BUT: ***Make sure you check on facebook itself, in the messages tab to the far left on the home screen, in the "Other" folder. If someone who isn't a friend of a friend messages you, the message will, oftentimes, end up in there. It won't show up on your phone, and you won't even get a notification about it. So check manually***

Apr 05

Updated 6 days ago

Angel Food Bakery Closes Today

Angel Food Bakery on Montrose in Ravenswood celebrates it's farewell today! Cash only please and they will stay open till the yummies run out. Go say goodbye to Stephanie and her amazing employees!

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Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

Pecking Order 4416 N. Clark St. 773-907-9900

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Division Ale House 1942 W. Division St. 773-384-6886

SideDoor 100 E. Ontario St. 312-787-6768

Jerry's 1938 W. Division St. 773-235-1006

Sportsman's Club 948 N. Western Ave. 872-206-8054

Schubas 3159 N. Southport Ave. 773-525-2508

Buffalo Exchange 1478 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-227-9558

Gallery Bar 738 N. Clark St. 312-929-2658

Apr 15

Updated Apr 17

All Saints' Episcopal Church's - Now them!

I have lived in the neighborhood for 6 years. Today, while walking past All Saints' Episcopal Church during the food pantry I saw one guy urinating outside the church in broad day light! Then I saw men going up to people's homes stealing the bags of plastic eggs that were left by a neighboring church opening them and then throwing them on our lawns. I asked them to pick them up since no one is paid to clean up their mess and they laughed at me. The food bank that I donate to them get good from are the same people making out neighborhood terrible. I reported it to the church. This is insane

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  • I saw that about the purse. That totally sucks and a good reminder to only bring what will fit in your pockets. Organizations really don't have the secure space or want/need to be responsible for volunteers' valuables. Once at paws' intake center, a woman put her purse under an employee's desk to find a dog had peed in it. Not surewhat is worse - a stolen bag or one filled with dog urine!!

  • Shelly Lifelong suburbanite, now in South Lakeview.

    Dana, those are both just as bad. At the dog beach, it is never recommended to bring a bag...especially in the summer unless it is a poo bag.

Apr 16

Updated Apr 17

Small Business in Ravenswood For Sale

Hi, everybody!

I'm not sure if this post is an 'ok' thing to put on EveryBlock or not--I haven't been around much during this later incarnation of the site--so if I am breaching some kind of etiquette I apologize. I just wanted to share this ad related to me seeking a buyer for my store on Montrose.

http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/bfs/4425694456.html

Thanks for your time and have a great day!

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