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Scooter Shop?

Looking to buy a scooter! Where should I go? I would like to see a variety (stella, honda,yamaha, sym). Is that possible or do I have to go to specific dealers for each brand? I know one shop I went to years ago had a bunch of Stellas and Buddies but that was it (on the NW side). Also not looking to scammed or anything. This will be my first scooter purchase so I would love to buy from helpful/nice people!!

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Chuy says "he knows violence"in new debate

He should, his son is a self admitted gang member!

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Here Are This Week’s Best Local Sales and Shopping Events

...out featuring tulips, sassy fonts, AND A RABBIT is any indication. Stop by Plumbers Hall (1340 W. Washington St., randolphstreetmarket.com) this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to...

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...of Chicago’s coolest boutiques are throwing a massive warehouse sale at Mazi Dance Studio (1564 N. Damen Ave., mazidancefitness.com) in Wicker Park. Stores such as Trillium, Moon Voyage, and Milk Handmade are...

...Carter’s, a fancy lil’ brand for kids, is now open at the Roosevelt Collection (150 W. Roosevelt Rd., rooseveltcollection.com), while the bright, feminine brand Kensie just opened up an outlet store at...

...Eames? Then you’ll love the sixth-annual Chairs for Charity event tonight at EuroFurniture (2145 W. Grand Ave., eurofurniture.com). Chicago’s top designers have refurbished and redesigned beautiful vintage chairs, which will...

...April 2, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., rental dress retailer The Frock Shop (2150 S. Canalport Ave., frockshopchicago.com) throws a spring-themed fashion show, where you’ll get a sneak peak...

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Japanese Barbecue Gyu-Kaku Coming to Randolph's Restaurant Row

Tokyo-based Gyu-Kaku has signed a 10-year lease to rent a 2,800-square-foot location at 1364 W. Randolph St.

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Gyu-Kaku, which has more than 700 locations worldwide, opened its first Chicago restaurant at 210 E. Ohio St. in 2011.

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Eckhart Park Earth Day Clean Up

Join the Friends of Eckhart Park in Chicago's city-wide Earth Day Celebration beginning with a neighborhood Spring Clean-up & Garden Re-Opening at #EckhartPark!

Committed volunteers should register through our personal Eventbrite page:

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1548976725353137/

  • Cool, I'd love to see more of these events pop up around the neighborhood. It's a bit post winter gross right now out there.

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  • Bger East Village neighbor

    How they'd have to pay for it is to outsource janitorial services etc. Or they'd pay $15 and lay off people so there'd be fewer janitors etc. Either way in the instance of the schools, people would lose jobs. I'm not saying this would apply to the private sector. With the schools' huge debt and no way to raise more funds to pay salaries the schools would have no choice but to layoff people.

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Grand&Noble Parking Spot Rentals?

Looking for a parking spot or lot near Grand and Noble.

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  • Skinner Elementary School reviewed by a parent

    We like Skinner, but my daughter's second grade classroom (neighborhood) now has 37 (yes, that's right, 37) students! Kudos to Ms. Katie Schwartz for her ability to keep her students focused and challenged, all the while maintaining order and calm.

    Skinner Elementary School (111 South Throop Street) Published on GreatSchools March 24, 2015 Comment

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  • Skinner Elementary School reviewed by a parent

    We have been very happy with our experience at Skinner West Elementary School. Our daughter is in the classical program there. Before attending Skinner West she was bored and had started to dislike school. This has completely changed since attending Skinner West. She absolutely loves school! While we have a bit of a commute to school, it is well worth the drive. In my opinion, I believe that Skinner West has two main factors working for it: First, I am very impressed with the teachers. They appropriately challenge students and work with students to develop studying skills that are necessary to achieve success academically. Second, the students in her class are all high achievers. Finally, it is 'Cool' to be good at school. These two factors synergistically work together to create a culture that promotes intellectual growth and a health amount of academic competition. Another benefit of Skinner West is the after school star program. They organize a myriad of activities after school while still providing quiet study hall time so that students will finish HW before heading home. Over all - at least for our family - Skinner West is a complete gem!

    Skinner Elementary School (111 South Throop Street) Published on GreatSchools March 24, 2015 Comment

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Just Salad Opening April 7; Forbidden Root Brewery Aiming For Summer; More

5) WEST LOOP— Gyu-Kaku's second Chicago location (1364 W. Randolph St.) is on track for a summer open. [EaterWire]

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1) THE LOOP— Just Salad's initial entry into Chicago is scheduled for an April 7 arrival. The New York-based salad chain will open at 20 E. Jackson St. [EaterWire]

2) EAST VILLAGE— Forbidden Root's brewery is aiming to open in early summer. They haven't finalized their food menu, but want to serve 12 beers on tap at the space inside 1746 W. Chicago Ave. [EaterWire]

...will open on April 15. The health-centric chain's then opening in June at 500 W. Madison St. in the same building as the Ogilvie Transportation Center. Another one's scheduled to open...

...Transportation Center. Another one's scheduled to open in July at the Illinois Center at 233 N. Michigan Ave. [Crain's...

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New art in West Town

Catch the latest work by Sentrock and JC Rivera before it's gone.

Near the Grand Ave. blue line station.

  • Sybil M Humboldt Park parent

    Thanks! I'll keep an eye out. I think that I know who JC Rivera is after seeing This Is Modern Art at Steppenwolf.

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Found dog

I found a dog at roughly Elizabeth and Ohio while I was walking my dog. It was loose and just followed us home. I took it to the vet to see if it's microchipped, no luck. Spread the word if you want.

Please contact me if this is your dog or you know whose it is

  • Cathy Knapp Smith Park area resident

    I reposted to my facebook to see if anyone in the area will claim

  • I hope she finds her family! She seems so sweet! Thanks Luke, for being responsible and kind to the animal!

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GET THE LIST: All Chicago Summer Events

Randolph Street Market Festival, May 23, 24, 1350 block W. Randolph and 1340 W. Washington Street between Ada and Ogden

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Mayfest, May 15 – 17, Lakeview, Ashland and Barry

Millennium Art Festival, May 29 – 31, Lake Street at Michigan Avenue

Fiesta del Taco, May 29 – 31, Little Village, 2600 S. Kostner (at 26th St.)

Taste of Mexico, (new) June 5-7, 3000 W. 26th Street (at Sacramento)

Printers Row Lit Fest, June 6, 7, S. Dearborn and Polk

Taste of Randolph, June 19-21, Randolph and Peoria St., West Loop

Oakley Festa Pasta Vino, June 19-21, 2400 S. Oakley

6 Corners BBQ Fest, June 20-21, 4000 N. Milwaukee Ave. (at Irving Park Rd./Cicero Ave. to Belle Plaine)

Gold Coast Art Festival, June 20, 21, Grant Park’s Butler Field at the corner of Monroe and Lake Shore Drive

Chicago Pride Fest, June 20 – 21, Halsted and Waveland

World’s Largest Block Party, June 27, 28, Old St. Patrick’s Church, 700 W. Adams

2015 Chicago Dragon Boat Race for Literacy, June 27, Ping Tom Memorial Park, 300 W. 19th Street

Sausage Fest (new), June 27, 28, Elston at Grace

Windy City RibFest: July 3-5, Uptown, Lawrence and Broadway

Chosen Few Picnic, July 4 in Jackson Park, 63rd and Hayes Drive

Irish American Heritage Festival, July, 10-12 , Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox

Taste of Lakeview, July 11, 12, Lincoln at Belmont

Roscoe Village Burger Fest, July 11,12, Belmont and Damen

Taste of River North: July 17-19, River North, Kingsbury and Erie Street

BenFest 2015, July 17-19, St. Benedict’s, 2215 W. Irving Park Rd.

Summer on Southport, July 18, 19, Southport and Waveland

Sheffield Garden Walk & Festival: July 18,-19, Lincoln Park, Sheffield and Webster

North Dearborn Street Garden Walk, July 19, starts Latin School, 45 W. North

Chicago Hot Sauce Fest (new) July 25, 26, Avondale neighborhood (Belmont & Elston)

Taste of Latin America, August 1, 2, 3600 to 3828 W Armitage

Edge Fest: August 1, 2, Edgewater, 5900 N. Broadway at Thorndale Ave.

Chicago Hot Dog Fest, August 7-9, Chicago History Museum, Clark and LaSalle

Retro on Roscoe, August 7- 9, Damen Avenue and Roscoe Street

Wrigleyville Summerfest, August 8, 9, School Street and Seminary Avenue

Northalsted Market Days, August 8, 9, Halsted Street and Belmont Avenue

Edison Park Fest, August 14-16, Chicago’s northwest side, Oshkosh and Olmsted

Albany Park World Fest, August 22, 23, Lawrence & Kimball

Taste of Greektown, August 22, 23, 400 S. Halsted St. at Van Buren

Festival Cubano, Riis Park, Fullerton and Narragansett, August, TBA

Taste of Polonia, September 4-7, Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence Ave.

Festival de la Villita, September 11-13, 26th Street and Kostner Avenue

Venetian Night, September 12, dusk, Navy Pier, 600 E Grand Ave

Andersonville City Made Fest, September 19, 20, Clark and Argyle

Oktoberfest Chicago, September 25-27, Southport and Lincoln Avenue

Edgewater Fall Art Fair, September 26, 27, Broadway and Granville

  • Stanley Katakowski ex knife sharpener and beer drinker

    Well, it's Spring now. So there's that. With snow on Monday. LOL

  • SPIRO 104 lieutendant

    Stanley what are your favorite watering holes in neighborhood? ???

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WGN-AM Broadcasting Live from EuroFurniture on Sunday

This sounds like something fun to do on a Sunday afternoon for HGTV addicts like me. And, if you just happen to find the perfect couch, chair or bar stool, you'll be supporting an independent, family-owned business.

From 1-3 pm Frank Fontana or "Design on a Dime" will be doing his show live from the showroom.

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  • 5 stars out of 5: bellyQ on Yelp

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Michelle Obama, in Japan, Recalls Chicago Childhood Discouragement

"They told me I was never going to get into a school like Princeton. I still hear that doubt ringing in my head," said Obama, who graduated from Whitney Young, 211 S. Laflin St., in 1981.

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Obama, then known as Michelle Robinson, grew up in South Shore and also attended the former Bryn Mawr School, then at 7355 S. Jeffery Blvd.

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