May 19

Updated 3 min ago

pros and cons for new high school (INTRINSIC) at 4540 W. Belmont Ave..

My daughter has been accepted at this charter school. Does anyone have a child that attends this school now ? Any info that you can provide will be helpful.. Or if have any direct knowledge of this school ... please let me know. I need to provide my answer asap. Pros and Cons please..

  • Brenda there is a Facebook group called raise your hand that you can also join. You will find a good group of people there who actively work for a better education for all students and the members there don't post condescending comments, but are instead supportive and actively working to improve all schools.

  • Dino V. HVAC guy

    Stop it... And you wonder why there is a shortage of engineers and scientists... Yes , please , let's not be responsible adults and let us not encourage our kids to read that extra chapter, let's not encourage them to that extra math problem...etc... Let's find the school and teacher's that will do that for us....pendejos

35 hours ago

Updated 43 min ago

New Kid On The Block

Howdy neighbors! I want to introduce myself. I am a neighborhood florist and cake decorator located in Portage Park. I hope to be a great resource to anyone looking for my services. I rent my space for private events, mostly family friendly nothing too crazy! I have been a business owner for nearly twenty years here and want to keep things safe, clean and fun! Thank you for allowing me to serve you. Soshi

Jan 07

Updated 1 hour ago

Woodcraft Class at Merrimac & Shabbona Parks--Let's Make a Derby Car & Race!

Since last year, we feel privileged to have the affordable local opportunity to take the real-life-application woodcraft class at Merrimac Park with Mr. Joe. The same teacher and class is being offered at Shabbona Park.

Every spring, this woodcraft class focuses on making, from scratch, derby cars to take part in a memorable derby car race at Portage Park. This event is big and fun for the whole family! Both scouts and the woodcraft students participate in it. Our family...

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Since last year, we feel privileged to have the affordable local opportunity to take the real-life-application woodcraft class at Merrimac Park with Mr. Joe. The same teacher and class is being offered at Shabbona Park.

Every spring, this woodcraft class focuses on making, from scratch, derby cars to take part in a memorable derby car race at Portage Park. This event is big and fun for the whole family! Both scouts and the woodcraft students participate in it. Our family was simply blown away by the last year experience! The organization, the presentation, the children's output and the family turn-out was more than pleasing. It was way beyond our expectations. Thanks Mr. Joe and thanks Chicago Park District!

Currently, to my surprise, there are still registration spots available for woodcraft with Mr. Joe at both parks. I would like to encourage our local youth and their families to join this affordable, local program, teaching the life skill of carpentry. Like us, once you try it, you will be hooked and that is my promise!

Woodcraft with Mr, Joe is our local gem. Let's build it up and protect it.

Ages: ~7-10: https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-merrimac/98302

Ages: ~9-12:
https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-merrimac/98303

Ages: 18+
https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-merrimac/98304

Ages: ~7-10:
https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-shabbona/98315

Ages: ~18+
https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-shabbona/98317

Ages: ~10-13
https://apm.activecommunities.com/chicagoparkdistrict/Activity_Search/woodcraft-at-shabbona/98316

  • Minerva Performing Schools. Performing Communities.

    Love it! Colors red, black and silver depict energy, mystery and wisdom. The sleek, elongated shape with extra weight at the end means business, the seed. :)

    I thought you were pulling my leg, but you are for real. Good for you! Keep your interest and fond memories alive.

    I think you ought to come to the car derby at Portage Park, in mid-March, I think, with your treasure. I think Mr. Joe, kids and the community as a whole would be thrilled to hear your story.

  • Minerva Performing Schools. Performing Communities.

    Inactive User,

    How about bringing your racey car to the race? Perhaps race with my son's car, if you like. Just ask for Mr. Joe, the woodcraft teacher at Merrimac. Surely, something extra special can be done. Hope to see you there!

    http://chicago.everyblock.com/family/mar31-downhill-derby-april-17th-6-30-p-m-6772646/

6 days ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Assault/Mugging

Just found out this morning my daughter's boyfriend was attacked Monday evening around 11pm near Portage Park school. As he was walking home someone came up behind him and punched him in his head. They then grabbed him, pushed him face down into the ground and robbed him - took everything including his jacked and shoes. It was a black male in his late teens early 20s. Rather sad that someone can't even walk through the neighbor hood without being...

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Just found out this morning my daughter's boyfriend was attacked Monday evening around 11pm near Portage Park school. As he was walking home someone came up behind him and punched him in his head. They then grabbed him, pushed him face down into the ground and robbed him - took everything including his jacked and shoes. It was a black male in his late teens early 20s. Rather sad that someone can't even walk through the neighbor hood without being in danger.
And, before anyone asks - no, it was not reported to the police. I would pressure him to do so, however numerous past experiences dealing with the police have been more frustrating rather than reassuring. Since my family moved in to Portage Park six years ago we've had the cars broken into 3 times, my father punched in his face from someone with road-rage, someone get out of their car to threaten me, my son both approached by a sexual predator (when he was underage) and held up at gun point and robbed and now my daughter's boyfriend being attacked. I don't see the area getting any better - rather seems that things are getting worse.
Be careful and aware of your surroundings while walking around - and try to walk with someone instead of alone. These scumbags are all over.

3 days ago

Updated 2 hours ago

  • gwp,
    If we put up with 8 years of Bush, we have time to see what Chuy does. Information, while available, is only valuable if it is useable and quickly accessed and analyzed. No time for that now.

    Chuy is the recipient and focus of the peoples' rage with Mayor...

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    gwp,
    If we put up with 8 years of Bush, we have time to see what Chuy does. Information, while available, is only valuable if it is useable and quickly accessed and analyzed. No time for that now.

    Chuy is the recipient and focus of the peoples' rage with Mayor 1%'s attitude and policies. He has no integrity, he in one person in public and a different person in private and seems to be proud of it. Should Mr Garcia win, it will move the national political discussion to the left.

  • PAC52u: Using your logic we can handle 4 more years of Rahm.

2 hours ago

Downhill Derby, April 17th, 6:30 P.M., Merrimac Park

With much anticipated pleasure, I am pleased to inform you of one of our own and best local events, Downhill Derby!

So, let's join the local children, their parents, our neighbors and friends, as the wheels turn and churn of these wonderfully hand-made cars.

Bring your pom poms. Bring your cheer. Let's celebrate!

http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/events/Downhill-Derby-at-Merrimac/

2 days ago

Updated 4 hours ago

ANyone know of a Dentist that is open today (Sunday) and can take walk-ins

I have the worst tooth ache I've ever experienced.. this tooth (back molar "first molar") is giving me an unbearable headache. (I think the molar is infected... I was told it needed to have a root canal when I went to Dental Dreams a few months back... but I refused the root canal because it was so expensive... and decided to wait and see.... well now I realize I should have had the darn molar pulled back then.... I just...

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I have the worst tooth ache I've ever experienced.. this tooth (back molar "first molar") is giving me an unbearable headache. (I think the molar is infected... I was told it needed to have a root canal when I went to Dental Dreams a few months back... but I refused the root canal because it was so expensive... and decided to wait and see.... well now I realize I should have had the darn molar pulled back then.... I just didn't want to then because I'm in my early 20s and was scared off of extracting the tooth by my dentist... who said that if I pull it. There would be a gap.. and my teeth would all shift and then they will all start getting weaker and sooner or later I'd be young and missing a lot of teeth...)

I called Precision Dental on Diversey... and they estimated on the phone that an extraction would be about $200-300 for new patients... I need something more reasonable... like less than $100 or a place that accepts the medical card (which I just received in the mail a little while ago)

Any recommendations?
Thanks!

31 hours ago

Updated 10 hours ago

Primary Care Physician - Portage?

Anyone have any recommendations for a Primary Care physician in the area?
Someone kind and attentive that doesn't rush you out the door or force unnecessary procedures would be great and an office that's clean. No run-down dives please.

  • Dr Guy Rowley, sage medical group, 5400? Lawrence 773 725 7557

  • It's not exactly in the neighborhood, Parkside Pediatrics, is in the office building next to Lutheran General. Dr. Frank, Dr. Pat, and all of the nurses are awesome. There number is1-847-823-8000. They are always accommodating.

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3 days ago

Updated 13 hours ago

New Boiler

Can anyone recommend a company to install a new boiler?

  • AH

    The previous owner had HeatMasters for the boiler installation. I've been using HM for annual servicing.It seems to be hit-or-miss. The guy we had in November 2014 was great. The guy we had in November 2013 didn't perform all of the usual tasks and also tried to sell himself for "fixing" some electrical and plumbing "issues" on his own/on the side./off-the-book/in cash.

  • Try Mike 25 years in hvac, local, living in portage park since 98, 773 988 2093, that would be me, even if u need some questions answered I'm more than willing to help, go to search and type heating you will find comments written by people I have done work for

34 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

Local Goods Chicago on morning show today!

A Local Goods Chicago segment was filmed live this morning here in Edgebrook. Here's a link to the video clip:

http://www.wciu.com/videos/youandme/local-goods-chicago

20 hours ago

4 days ago

Updated 26 hours ago

Talk about pandering

Well that's enough of me talking about me, I will stop and let you talk about me.

And silly me I thought the two mailers a day that have been stuffed into my mail box everyday. Funny thing is not one of the mailers touts any single positive thing that has been brought into the ward, only finger pointing and name calling.

“Relationships with negative people are simply tedious encounters with porcupines. You don’t have the remote knowledge how to be close to them without quills being shot in your direction.”
― Shannon L. Alder

  • Chuck,

    I think that the Mayor's office forced the timing of the Milwaukee Av CSP expressly to affect the election. And I wouldn't be surprised if the Mayor gave Garrido a running start with prior notice.

    Are there any "best" districts under the current CPD manpower levels?

  • I do not know city wide manpower levels but I do know there are better places to work.

28 hours ago

30 hours ago

Updated 30 hours ago

Stroller Spring

A mile and a quarter so far today but now my legs hurt.

  • you should have left the quarter at home, i think you would have made it, I do my best not to carry change on long walks.

5 days ago

Updated 32 hours ago

Addison &Austin

Any idea what happened at addison n austin i see yellow tape

  • The guns give them boners.

  • Alex Brownn Internet Addict

    Brian 4 real
    Alex Brown did they rob u with a knife ? And were u on a bike or motorcycle ? Sorry this happend to you ! What kind of car ?

    Bike, Some sort of small one, like Toyota Corolla 95 or Geo metro, dark color, plate on a back is bent on half.

6 days ago

Updated 32 hours ago

New Play in Portage Park - READER Recommended - A MIDWINTER NIGHT'S TALE @Filament Theatre *DISCOUNT

Duplicity Ensemble is presenting their critically-acclaimed new play, A MIDWINTER NIGHT'S TALE, at Filament Theatre in Portage Park (4041 N Milwaukee). Check out this great review in the Chicago Reader: bit.ly/1EKVWr2

The show runs March 20 - April 12 at Filament Theatre (4041 N Milwaukee). Wildly comedic and fast-paced, this world premiere production is perfect for ages 12 and up. If you're looking to see a little bit more storefront theatre in Chicago, then this is a great opportunity for...

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Duplicity Ensemble is presenting their critically-acclaimed new play, A MIDWINTER NIGHT'S TALE, at Filament Theatre in Portage Park (4041 N Milwaukee). Check out this great review in the Chicago Reader: bit.ly/1EKVWr2

The show runs March 20 - April 12 at Filament Theatre (4041 N Milwaukee). Wildly comedic and fast-paced, this world premiere production is perfect for ages 12 and up. If you're looking to see a little bit more storefront theatre in Chicago, then this is a great opportunity for you at a very reasonable price.

Everyblock fans can use the discount code BLOCK to access 2-for-1 tickets to this new play in Portage Park. Just visit www.duplicityensemble.org, click on the "Tickets" tab, and use the discount code BLOCK. Make your plans and get your tickets NOW - before this show melts away!

About the show:
Inspired by last year's relentless Chicago winter (and let's face it, the one currently drawing to a close hasn't been so great either), Duplicity Ensemble combines two of Shakespeare's greatest plays to create the ultimate antidote for cabin fever at Filament Theatre. When four young lovers chance upon into a quiet mountain cabin while looking for shelter from a snowstorm, life is turned upside-down as hearts get broken, muffins get eaten and a play is read in this modern comic mash-up of The Winter's Tale and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Once everything has been spun backwards, can it be set right again?

Performed at Filament Theatre, A Midwinter Night's Tale runs ~ 90 minutes.

Friday, March 20th 8PM - OPENING
Saturday, March 21st 8PM
Sunday, March 22nd 2PM

Thursday, March 26th 8PM
Friday, March 27th 8PM
Saturday, March 28th 2PM
Sunday, March 29th 2PM

Thursday, April 2nd 8PM
Friday, April 3rd 8PM
Saturday, April 4th 8PM
Sunday, April 5th - NO SHOW
Monday, April 6th 8PM - INDUSTRY

Thursday, April 9th 8PM
Friday, April 10th 8PM
Saturday, April 11th 8PM
Sunday, April 12th 2PM - CLOSING

  • Oh move...please move! Save yourself while you still have time. Oh, and you still haven't answered a single question.

  • Shakespear is almost as good as Kentucky Williams.

Apr 13

Updated 33 hours ago

Leadbelly Burgers

I know this has been posted before, but my husband and I finally went for the first time tonight for dinner and it was awesome! So happy this is in the neighborhood. Will definitely be going back.

  • Preface this by...I love Leadbelly.

    @Lothario, they bother me when they have the TV's too loud. Its difficult to talk to the people you go to the restaurant with. I have seen people ask that they be turned down without much success. My friend figured out how to use his...

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    Preface this by...I love Leadbelly.

    @Lothario, they bother me when they have the TV's too loud. Its difficult to talk to the people you go to the restaurant with. I have seen people ask that they be turned down without much success. My friend figured out how to use his smartphone as a remote control device and successfully turned it down himself. We were sitting at the table directly below the TV since that was the only one left.

    I remember the saying from the 80's I think...if its too loud, you're too old. So its quite possible that's my problem too.

  • Randy Stroller

    Should Lothario sit on his hands?

4 days ago

Updated 35 hours ago

Imagine standing in your penthouse and you look down to see Bob Banks looking back at you

Fear is a two way street and around here folks are afraid of two way streets

Mar 22

Updated 37 hours ago

Looking for a local auto repair shop. Please share your recommendations.

Friends - The car has decided to start misfiring and I need to bring in the professionals. I have been going to Pete's on Higgins for the past 4 years and want to give another shop a try. Can I trouble yous for recommendations? Thanks

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46 hours ago

Updated 38 hours ago

Chicago Tonight 45 ward debate

On 3-30-15 on Chicago Tonight at 7:00 there will be a debate for the 45 ward run-off election.

Mar 15

Updated 38 hours ago

Shooting on 5800 block of W. Patterson

Does anyone know what happened this afternoon on Patterson Ave.? All I can find is that a man what shot in the head around 1pm this afternoon.

  • Yep just about every gang is on you-tube, its a new age of gangs, The C.P.D has no clue of whats going on, like i said before all the big old school gangs have made a come back, time will tell just how big they get,

  • Tell CPS you don't like diversity and see how long you last.

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Bingo night

For the first time this evening my wife and I attended a portage park helping hands event. During the first break John Arena joined the party. It was great to see him join neighborhood events.

I am curious though.

Nick Sposato why did you not attend a benefit for a school in your new ward? You are not off to a very good start. You may not have "started" yet but I expect to see you show up.

  • Informal poll show you to be the crazy guy of EB. Don't be the crazy guy.

  • A&K

    That one goes to Bob. Cullerton gets a free pass because that's a losing argument. I already explained that.

    You win though, let's see how bad he messes this up. He was voted in and deserves the chance to prove me right. A friend assures me he is a good guy and has known him for years. At the very least it will provide some entertainment. I am looking forward to eating my words though. This is one of those times I hope it happens.

2 days ago

Wood floor refinisher

Need a recommendation of a good wood floor refinisher. Please advise. Thanks.

5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Chicago Ballet Center Design Competition

Harrington College of Design has organized an interior design competition for the new Chicago Ballet Center facilities at 4041 N Milwaukee (across from the Portage Theater). Designers' presentations and jury selection of the winning design will be Sunday, March 29. The event will begin at 3 with designers presentations starting at 3:30.

Come by and see the innovative, creative designs that will transform a wide open, blank space to an engaging and safe place for creativity to flourish.

This is just the beginning!

  • We are planning to add youth and adult flamenco and tap classes in the new space. One studio will have a floor specifically designed for those classes. Other additions to our ballet and pointe classes include Broadway jazz, hip hop, contemporary and yoga. Voice, cello, piano, viola, violin and guitar music classes will also be on our schedule.
    These are very exciting times!

  • pattymelt is mostly in charge

    @Ballet guy: Great news! Gonna start digging for my castanets!

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

I think that is a really good cop

So if IU had taken the bus home from work last night he could have reported this from ground level.

I think this is the Sgt that actually used to stop people who ran stop signs and that the rowdy young folks and older rowdies knew at well so not sure why she is having to work nights but maybe she likes sleeping days or that is a career move. My experiance though is the Krats have no knowledge of what goes on at night and one gets stuck there if doing a job in a way that causes waves.

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

What if I look out from my penthouse window and see Woodstock?

Or Fat Tuesday? Or Willy's Fourth of July Picnic?

Let us be honest with ourselves folks. Some of us are getting old and we would enjoy a bit of that even if we are gettin a little crotchety. Maybe even the same sort of thing in Polish, Spanish, Greek, German or Russian.

Wondering though if our plans to become a theatre and arts district are viewed by Rham as bumping stomachs with his Ravenswood, Uptown, Lakeview plans that seem to...

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Or Fat Tuesday? Or Willy's Fourth of July Picnic?

Let us be honest with ourselves folks. Some of us are getting old and we would enjoy a bit of that even if we are gettin a little crotchety. Maybe even the same sort of thing in Polish, Spanish, Greek, German or Russian.

Wondering though if our plans to become a theatre and arts district are viewed by Rham as bumping stomachs with his Ravenswood, Uptown, Lakeview plans that seem to me to be a grab for extending the real estate values of the Gold Coast.

https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150327/uptown/mayor-rahm-emanuel-says-hes-not-all-talk-on-uptown-music-district-vision

For myself, if I did not have family duties to attend to in Houston, I would simply find a way to isolate or cocoon myself here. Or maybe just plan some retreats to Lake Geneva or Puerta Vallerta to avoid the crowds.

To be clear though I do think a vote for Garrido is a vote do nothing me first thinking by people afraid of change, cops and people who know cops so think they will have a secondary connection.

Me, Arena has no reason to listen to me or to IU, Real Kenji or fake Kenji or any of the rest of us but he does. And I am sure he gets tired of hearing our wishes for Cadillac solutions when we give him a Dodge Dart budget. He does listen though then goes and sit though all that boring s*&^ of all the other reps propeled by their own me first constituents. Times are changing though and soon our own me first clammer may well be can we listen to each other and navigate change without running each other down on Milwaukee.

I think there is room here for Rham's vision over there and our vision up around here.

A cop that will not listen and only pays attention to business owners is not likely to listen to any of us though I sort of feel like he would want to I just do not think it is in his makeup.

  • A comment from "...cops and people who know cops so think they will have a secondary connection." from the Secondcitycop blog:

    "Don't Forget about the local Aldermanic races. We have a friend in Nick Sposato in 38. We need to support Anthony Napolitano CFD, prior CPD in 41 and Lt. Garrido in 45. All of them will vote in our interests. "

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Aug 25

Updated 2 days ago

number and name on my soccer Jersey

Anyone know a place that does the name and number on a Jersey? I joined a soccer league but need to get it added on. Thanks!

  • @PP46...and Mr. Bob still owns the place...and the inside hasn't changed in the last 30+ years since we've been going there. We have had all our T-shirts and sweatshirts for our Girl Scout troop made there for decades. It's cute to see how much my little ones love to go there and see Mr. Bob.

  • Deb...saw your inquiry to JimmyMac for his gun control words in another thread today in March 2015. That led me back to this thread. Jimmy does get carried away, FYI, but can lead you to some pretty intense gun ownership/rights web sites. Keep in mind the statistics he quotes mistake...

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    Deb...saw your inquiry to JimmyMac for his gun control words in another thread today in March 2015. That led me back to this thread. Jimmy does get carried away, FYI, but can lead you to some pretty intense gun ownership/rights web sites. Keep in mind the statistics he quotes mistake coincidence for proof. Because he starts with belief first and then decides the numbers prove his belief. Just as those opposed do as well.

    The other thing is this thread...I was last in Chicago Knitting Mills c 1960 when I picked up my HS jacket. The shop's floor space then was almost non existent because of stock, jackets, boxes, cloth rolls, display counters...

2 days ago

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Gardening Yet? All Gardeners Welcome!

The Portage Park Garden Club meets Saturday March 28 at 9:30am, in the Austin/Irving Library at 6100 W Irving Park. The meeting will include an auction to benefit the club, including and not limited to: yard tools, gnomes, trellises, plants, vases,
wind chimes, seeds, planters, gloves, trugs, fairies, pots, containers, planters, chairs, s and elves.

  • cheesecake chick i want to be the person my dog thinks i am

    would love pink flamingos!
    unfortunately I am working today.................... :(

  • BellaV 1st time Homeowner in Jefferson Park since 2012

    Awww rats! I had a bridal shower today, or I'd have loved to be there ☹

Feb 16

Updated 3 days ago

FREE Quality Theatre Performance for the Family to Enjoy!! --Feb. 20th - March 29th, 2015

In the past I have spoken fondly of Stage Coach Theatre's camps for children. For years now, they have continued to amaze our family with their knowledge, talents and teaching results. Through them, my family learned of Quest Theatre Ensemble, another amazing organization, and their community giveback. As a matter of fact, the two organizations share some common members.

If you have ever wondered but could not take out your family to a quality free show, here is your opportunity:...

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In the past I have spoken fondly of Stage Coach Theatre's camps for children. For years now, they have continued to amaze our family with their knowledge, talents and teaching results. Through them, my family learned of Quest Theatre Ensemble, another amazing organization, and their community giveback. As a matter of fact, the two organizations share some common members.

If you have ever wondered but could not take out your family to a quality free show, here is your opportunity:

"Join Quest for the world premiere musical, Tomato Queen! Journey with Camina as she tries to discover the secret to growing a perfect tomato--a feat that could earn her a crown! Cheer on Camina and her new friend Dormouse as they battle homesickness, a humongous Hornworm, and an Evil Scientist bent on destruction. Tomato Queen features live music and Quest's signature large-scale puppetry." http://questensemble.org/index.php

  • Minerva* Performing Schools. Performing Communities.

    Saw the performance last night with my family. A good number of children, even of preschool age, were present in the audience. The performance was professionally prepared and executed for mere donations! This is a great community outreach, indeed. Thank you, Quest!

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Imagine standing in your back yard and you look up, and 48 windows are looking back at you?

Imagine standing in your back yard and you look up, and 48 windows are looking back at you from the 48 unit apartment building at the end of you block. How will you feel laying out to get some sun, or your kids playing in the splash pool? Never going to happen on your block, maybe not, but would you wish that on anybody? John Arena loves density, and if there is an empty lot or tired old commercial building, a closed church nearby, you are extremely vulnerable. Our old alderman's "spot zoning" was bad enough, but Arena is bad up-zoning on steroids. Before you vote, ask yourself, COULD YOU BE NEXT?

  • Republicans like bumper sticker length solutions.
    Say hello to your candidate, Garrido the panderer.

  • Bob,
    Pretty much all I've read of your writing is a waste of time.
    You're the one who couldn't even follow the minimum rules on the JPNA FB page and had your comments removed as they were ad hominem attacks.

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Mar 22

Updated 4 days ago

BINGO!!!!

This Saturday is the night! Come play BINGO with some great Portage Park folks at Di's Den!!! Brought to you by Portage Park Helping Hands <3

Mar 22

Updated 4 days ago

Fish Fry

My daughter and son-in-law just moved into Old Irving. Recommendations for Fish Fries please.

  • Irish American Heritage Center has a great one every Friday during Lent.

  • Mike Q. Portage Park resident

    Takeout from Hagens or Franks works too.

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