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Pectin?

I am looking for natural fruit pectin. Around the city I've called probably 20 places!
Either Pamona's universal pectin or ball natural fruit pectin would work!!
Any ideas?

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    Did you try Whole Foods? I would check the big one on North Avenue

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Revealing: What Makes Me Look and Feel My Best

...much needed relaxation at either Allyu Spa (600 W. Chicago Ave)  or Kaya Day Spa (112 N. May St) , I always feel better equipped to take on my busy schedule…and that energetic almost...

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...unplug from the world. After a bit of much needed relaxation at either Allyu Spa (600 W. Chicago Ave)  or Kaya Day Spa (112 N. May St) , I always feel better equipped to take...

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Events Wed., July 30 - Thursday, Aug. 7

...an out recording artist and championship women's football player. 8:00pm City Winery Chicago, 1200 W. Randolph St., Tickets: www.citywinery.com

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...music, peer support, adult supervision, referrals and education. 5:00pm - 7:00pm Broadway Youth Center, 615 W Wellington Ave., www.genderadvocates.org/Tyra/TYRADropIn.html

Documentary Just Gender screening Film explores the world of transgender people. Note: A certain number of tickets must be purchased in advance for the film screening to go forward. 7:30pm Landmark Century Centre Cinema 2828 N. Clark St., Tickets: gathr.us/screening/8358 .

...made at the door by cash, check or credit card ). 6:00pm - 9:00pm Sidetrack 3349 N Halsted St

...registration; $15 at the door. lkarlic@centeronhalsted.org 6:30pm - 8:30pm Center on Halsted 3656 N Halsted 773-661-0954 JustDickinAround.com

Lollapalooza Lollapalooza is a three-day music festival ( through Aug. 3 ) with more than 100 popular alternative rock, punk rock, heavy metal, and hip hop bands; comedy and dance; and craft booths. 12:00pm - 12:00am Grant Park 337 E. Randolph St., lineup.lollapalooza.com/events/2013/08/02/ .

...large insects.$25 general admission. $35 preferred seating. First show 7pm 9:30pm Mayne Stage, 1328 W Morse Ave., 773-381-4551 www.maynestage.com...

We Only Talk in #Hashtag Featuring the return of Billboard dance artist #LUCIANA performing her hits "U B The Bass," "I'm Still Hot," "Primitive," and "You Only Talk In #Hashtag." 11:00pm - 2:00am Roscoe's Tavern 3356 N Halsted St www.roscoes.com .

...on by for our last Saturday School. 10:00am - 12:00pm Hyde Park Art Center 5020 S. Cornell www.hydeparkart.org...

...oeuvres, silent auction, short films on gender-related topics. 7:00pm - 10:00pm Kinowerks Studio, 5645 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago Tickets: www.chicagohouse.org ./?post_events=transreelization

...True stories from featured performers. 21+. Tix $15, available online. 7:30pm Mary's Attic 5400 N Clark St., Tickets: www.yourebeingridiculous.com...

...14 cover/2-drink minimum ) 10:30pm - 11:30pm Davenport's Piano Bar and Cabaret 1383 N Milwaukee Ave davenportspianobar.com Tickets: davenportspianobar.com...

...tickets to see Perry in concert. 11:00am - 4:00pm Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club 3700 N Halsted St., 773-525-1111; Tickets: KitKatChicago.com...

...welcome. First Monday of every month. Room 722 6:00pm - 7:30pm Asian Human Services 4753 N. Broadway 7th Floor www.chicagoi2i.org...

...to corey@theafa.org or by phone. 6:30pm - 8:30pm Women & Children First Bookstore 5233 N Clark St 718-853-1411 Tickets: www.theafa.org...

Miles Away For Sissy and Ron, two desperate pool hustlers holed up in a cheap hotel, a brutal cycle of dependency, betrayal, and hope comes to a head. 7:30pm - 9:30pm The Side Project Theatre 1439 W Jarvis Ave http://www,thesideproject.net Tickets: www.thesideproject.net .

...Aug. 9. Open to the general public, unless noted. Registration required. $30. University of Chicago, 5733 S. University Ave., www.brownpapertickets.com/event/740948...

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West Loop HOA's and boards

I'd love to hear from some local people who have worked with your condo/HOA boards - whether you're done so as an owner or board member.

Trying to identify ways (best practices) that other buildings in this area have had, and the ways boards and residents have communicated with other residents.

Our building seems to have recurring issues in this department and I'd like to hear from anyone who has positive results to share from issues that your board/residents worked...

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I'd love to hear from some local people who have worked with your condo/HOA boards - whether you're done so as an owner or board member.

Trying to identify ways (best practices) that other buildings in this area have had, and the ways boards and residents have communicated with other residents.

Our building seems to have recurring issues in this department and I'd like to hear from anyone who has positive results to share from issues that your board/residents worked through.

How do you get updates? Has your board/residents identified frequently asked questions/recurring issues and posted those in an easy to find spot?

I know it's tempting to air grievances but I'd really like to hear positive ideas and resolutions here, if possible (we are beyond capacity for negativity and unpleasantness already in our group).

Thanks for your input!

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Debut of Green City Market in West Loop hits snag

The alderman favors a site at Randolph Street and Racine Avenue, where there's a parking lot owned by the Chicago Transit Authority. That is the preferred spot of the Randolph/Fulton Market Association, a West Loop neighborhood group.

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Ald. Walter Burnett Jr., 27th, told DNA Info he was concerned about high levels of traffic at Halsted Street and Fulton Market, where the market was to be held in a privately owned parking lot.

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New Lyft Passangers

Hello! Looking for a free ride for your first Lyft ride. Use code JEOR11 for a $25 credit with Lyft. Happy Lyfting!! Code is only good for first time riders, please share! Thanks!

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    Passengers* (I didn't notice the misspelling) :-/

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Are you missing your kitty?

Pretty grey kitty with white paws ... contact me via this post.

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Big news from the near west side

http://chicago.curbed.com/archives/2014/07/22/illinois-medical-district-approves-300m-gateway-project.php

The Illinois Medical District Commission has approved a plan to construct a $300 million development that will include a hotel, retail space, office space, a residential tower, and a parking structure. The Epstein-designed project totals 1.16 million square feet, made up of a 10 story, 225-room hotel; 92,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space; 16 story, 200-rental unit apartment building; 224,000 square feet of multi-family housing; 100,000 square feet of laboratory space; 88,000 square foot medical office building;...

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http://chicago.curbed.com/archives/2014/07/22/illinois-medical-district-approves-300m-gateway-project.php

The Illinois Medical District Commission has approved a plan to construct a $300 million development that will include a hotel, retail space, office space, a residential tower, and a parking structure. The Epstein-designed project totals 1.16 million square feet, made up of a 10 story, 225-room hotel; 92,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space; 16 story, 200-rental unit apartment building; 224,000 square feet of multi-family housing; 100,000 square feet of laboratory space; 88,000 square foot medical office building; and 40,000 square feet of "urban farm greenhouses". The IMDC has been working for years to find a suitable project to fill nearly 9.5 acres of vacant land, hoping to bring more life to the district dominated by hospitals and medical facilities, and after a request for proposals, have approved this plan. The $300 million tab will be picked up by the project's developers. Construction is slated to begin in spring of 2015.

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    On the vacant land at Ogden/Damen/Harrison near Stroger Hospital

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Caterpillar Care in West Town/Noble Sq. Needs Community Lenders

Caterpillar Care (1001 N. Milwaukee), a growing local daycare, is seeking a community-sourced loan through LendSquare to transform their location's outdoor play area.

Local families, neighbors and area residents investing in this loan project will support West Town/Noble Sq. neighborhood growth, keep money in the community, and grow a strong, local business.

Visit https://lendsquare.com/caterpillar-care for details on the loan project (company background, payback details, how to become a lender, etc.) or to ask questions.

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PAWS Chicago charity event- Craft Beer and you can bring your dogs!

Sat, Aug 9, 2014 12:00 pm- 3:00pm

Charity event at Chicago Party Animals (in the West Loop)

Join us for our 2nd Annual Hops for Homeless Pets event on Saturday, August 9th. This 21 and older, dog-friendly, craft beer tasting event will feature a three-hour sampling of breweries from around Chicago and beyond.

Breweries include Lagunitas, Pipeworks, Spiteful, Begyle, Baderbrau, 18th Street, Finch's and Solemn Oath

The afternoon will be filled with beer, music, raffles, and of course, dog-friendly fun!

Participants will get a free, commemorative "Hops...

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Charity event at Chicago Party Animals (in the West Loop)

Join us for our 2nd Annual Hops for Homeless Pets event on Saturday, August 9th. This 21 and older, dog-friendly, craft beer tasting event will feature a three-hour sampling of breweries from around Chicago and beyond.

Breweries include Lagunitas, Pipeworks, Spiteful, Begyle, Baderbrau, 18th Street, Finch's and Solemn Oath

The afternoon will be filled with beer, music, raffles, and of course, dog-friendly fun!

Participants will get a free, commemorative "Hops for Homeless Pets" tasting glass to remember the event. Help us make this event a success! Tickets are limited! We hope you will join us.

If you have any questions regarding the upcoming Hope for Homeless Pets event, please contact the Professional Board at professionalboard@pawschicago.org.

To register for this event: http://paws.convio.net/site/Calendar?id=100501&view=Detail

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Australian investor purchases loft at 1134 W. Washington, plans to open a bed an...

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