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Flat Roofer Recommendation Needed

Hi all,
My 3-flat was built in 2008 and unfortunately the flat roof portion has leaked in 2013, 2014, and now 2015. (I am assuming it is from the roof, but might be coming in somewhere else.) I read that they should be guaranteed for 7 years, and clearly the person our building has used the past 2 years to fix the leak is not entirely qualified for the project. Can anyone recommend a company that will diagnose, fix, and guarantee the work? Thanks much!

  • d3 NOH

    if it's a cinder block parapet building I'd bet my paycheck it's coming from that. I'd check that it's 100% sealed everywhere ... everywhere. caulk. a good paint that will seal the block itself. seal the caps of the parapet itself. If it's a persistent issue you can extend the membrane to the top ridge of the parapet cap. had this exact issue in a 3 flat that was newly built.

  • Carl E. Belles Condo Board Member and resident

    We have had a very similar experience with our building from 2007. I will second the recommendation for Matthews Roofing - their pricing seems on par with everyone else and their work is excellent.

    Yes, the joint between the roof and the wall/parapet will deserve close attention; that's the most likely place for a problem. Additionally, we had to seal the brick facing of the building, and re-set the capstones on all the parapet walls. The original construction was inadequate and had to be completely overhauled.

    Good luck!

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Updated 9 hours ago

Chicago's 25+ new, coming-soon patios of 2015

1258 W. Belmont Ave. 773-281-6000

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435 E. Illinois St. 312-527-3010

1846 W. Division St. 312-561-4500

400 S. Wells St. 312-955-0537

923 W. Weed St.

2701 S. Eleanor St. 312-724-8811

...from a local metal artist, plus the new Divvy station a couple blocks away at Archer Avenue and Loomis Street...

203 N. Wabash Ave. 312-940-4400

161 N. Jefferson St., 312-995-6560

118 N. Green St.

832 W. Randolph St.

1480 W. Webster Ave. 773-868-0608

2015 W. Division St. 312-763-9600

130 S. Michigan Ave. 312-880-0130

4535 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-334-4040

217 W. Huron St. 312-643-2427

20 W. Kinzie St.

The triangular patio on the corner of Kinzie and Dearborn streets that Keefer’s was so well-known for will come back to life this...

66 E. Ohio St. 312-667-1701

222 N. LaSalle St.

925 W. Randolph St. 312-690-7295

1200 W. Webster Ave., 773-248-0200

22 S. Wabash Ave. 312-854-3027

646 N. Franklin St. 312-448-9922

20 N. Michigan Ave. 312-782-6000

535 N. Michigan Ave. 312-955-3100

1632 W Division St. 773-904-8722

401 N. Morgan St., 312-763-3316

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Divvy station would make it much easier to go to the Bridgeport Inn if I ever wanted to go there in a million years.

  • Jane Spec North Center resident

    Seriously lame list.

  • NanSea nosy neighbor!

    Mmm. Duck Inn - great bar ! Can't wait for the warm weather and patio.

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Updated 10 hours ago

Moving — couch to donate/give away

Hi everyone, my husband and I are moving to Bucktown today (just in time to avoid the Wrigley noise!) and we have a lot of stuff that we need to give away, including a couch. It does not qualify to be picked up by Brown Elephant (it has too many stains), but it was a really expensive couch and I feel like someone should have it instead of us throwing it away. The frame of the couch is in great...

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Hi everyone, my husband and I are moving to Bucktown today (just in time to avoid the Wrigley noise!) and we have a lot of stuff that we need to give away, including a couch. It does not qualify to be picked up by Brown Elephant (it has too many stains), but it was a really expensive couch and I feel like someone should have it instead of us throwing it away. The frame of the couch is in great condition, and if it's reupholstered it would be very nice.

Does anyone know what we can do with it? If we do have to resort to throwing it away, how do we go about doing that? (Or is anyone interested in taking it?)

  • d3 NOH

    you can call 311 and request a special trash pickup. your alderman can probably request direct to streets and sans typically too

  • Usually not a good idea to put mattresses, couches and other flammable things in alleys that could be quickly set to fire. We had an arsonist loose last year who was burning items in alleys.

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Big News about Lake View High School and Comcast

Comcast is providing supplies and over 200 workers for significant interior and exterior beautification at Lake View High School on Saturday, April 25th, 2015.

To prepare for this effort, Lake View High School Partners needs your help. As many volunteers as possible are needed for simple prep work on Friday, April 24th from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. You'll get all of the instruction and materials you'll need for the very light activities, and you'll work alongside the rapidly growing and...

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Comcast is providing supplies and over 200 workers for significant interior and exterior beautification at Lake View High School on Saturday, April 25th, 2015.

To prepare for this effort, Lake View High School Partners needs your help. As many volunteers as possible are needed for simple prep work on Friday, April 24th from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. You'll get all of the instruction and materials you'll need for the very light activities, and you'll work alongside the rapidly growing and enthusiastic community of LVHS families and supporters.

Most importantly, you'll be part of the accelerated improvements at our neighborhood school. Food and fun included!

Please share this opportunity with your friends, parents from local schools, and your community organizations and networks. Together we can make a huge difference.

Please click here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comcast-cares-lakeview-high-school-tickets-16595643015 to learn more, and sign up for your "free ticket" to a great evening.

And please share this email widely with your networks, and cut/paste the copy above into your Facebook page!

  • Thanks for this! I'm hoping it's a kid-friendly task? I"d love my 11 year old to see Lakeview and help out. I'll post this on the Audubon Facebook page.

4 days ago

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Wrigley Field Noise

What can be done to get the park to turn down the noise?? Ridiculous that +1 mile from the stadium you can still hear the line-up.

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Updated 24 hours ago

Southport/Grace Store Closing

I was strolling on Southport (Southport and Grace) and noticed signs posted on the window of A Little Bit of This-Unique Monogram Boutique. I found out they are sadly closing within two weeks. They have some major price reductions and it appears they are trying to get rid of their inventory before they close for good.

  • I'm sad to hear this. I remember when krista opened her original store on Lincoln - probably over 10 years ago. I did a lot of business there at the time and have been happy to see her success over the years.
    She is a talented, kind and attentive person. I wish her the very best.

  • I live right around the corner from the store and hope to see another unique, family owned shop open up in its place. Wishing Krista a speedy recovery and sending good thoughts to her family!

Apr 06

Updated 25 hours ago

LOST - Small Black Cat

Please help me find my small male cat. He is very sweet and small. Repairman let him out today and he is not familiar with the area.

Located just south of Belmont on Southport.

Reward if found.

  • Annie, he has been neutered and his eyes are not quite yellow. Did you see him around?

  • I took in a little black cat who was definitely NOT neutered this past week. And then re-homed him with a very nice neighbor when we figured out my boyfriend is allergic to him.

    But take comfort that there are lots of people out there who probably did the same with your kitty. Keep looking, Craig!

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    THIRD FLOOR ADDITION (4A CONSTRUCTION) TO EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE AS PER PLAN (PREVIOUS PERMIT # 100559946). WITH FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM ENTIRE HOUSE & NEW EXTERIOR BACK YARD FIREPLACE.

    1243 W. Henderson St. Issued April 15, 2015 Comment

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Updated 34 hours ago

Wrigley Noise

Is the noise coming from Wrigley field even louder tonight? Am I going crazy? I've lived on the Southport corridor for three years (Southport and Belmont) and I've never been able to hear the games until now. I'm trying to gauge what to expect...

  • Guys...they are working on the rehab...it's going to take them some time to dial everything in. I don't think it's like they just tell a guy named Ed to turn the volume down from 10 to 6....I would imagine there's some work to be done calibrating everything to get the volume and direction of speakers just right.

  • sos

    If there is no alderman response, I suggest going straight to the mayor. Not that this will expedite results, but at some point the mayor would get on the alderman to take action so their constituents stop bothering him.

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Of course Tunney wants to reverse this law. He's a scumbag.

To sum it up, Tunney signed a proposal that would make it nearly impossible for tenants to guarantee the return of their security deposit, even with court action. I am disgusted by him and his actions. Does he do ANYTHING that benefits his constituents?

The link is safe for work. I originally copied and posted the text but it's too long.

Crossposted from Reddit:

http://www.reddit.com/r/chicago/comments/32lmua/psa_proposed_change_will_make_it_impossible_for/

  • I really should proofread more. That and posting a comment while eating lunch clearly isn't a winning strategy for me.

  • :) It's okay. At least you know you have a winning strategy inside there somewhere. As for me, I do not have such confidence.

43 hours ago

Like TOD Ordinance, Less Restrictive Zoning Can Help Lakeview Businesses

...47th Ward, and 3200 N. Clark St. in the 44th Ward. A third development, at 3401 N. Southport Ave., is still in the community engagement phase...

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...TOD ordinance and building less parking and more units than would previously have been allowed: 3400 N. Lincoln Ave. in the 47th Ward, and 3200 N. Clark St. in the 44th Ward. A third...

...than would previously have been allowed: 3400 N. Lincoln Ave. in the 47th Ward, and 3200 N. Clark St. in the 44th Ward. A third development, at 3401 N. Southport Ave., is still in...

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Looking for 1 bedroom Apt Lakeview Area

Hi, I'm looking for a 1 bedroom apt in the Lakeview neighborhood or surrounding area. If anyone knows of anything in the $1000 range please let me know. I would really appreciate it . May 1 or June 1

I'm not looking for something run by a big management company, as I think I've seen most of those. Please no realtors or leasing agents.

Thanks!

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8 acts not to miss at this year's Chicago Improv Fest

1225 W. Belmont Ave. 773-327-5252

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1501 N. Kingsbury St. 312-929-2401

1608 N. Wells St. 312-337-3992

851 W. Belmont Ave. 773-697-9693

1515 W. Berwyn Ave. 773-961-8214

5153 N. Ashland Ave. 773-878-4557

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Theater events: Darkly comic ‘Constant State of Panic' premieres at Clockwise

...directed by Ted Hoerl in his Eclipse debut, opens Sunday, April 19, at Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. (773) 935-6875 or eclipsetheatre.com...

...next door in exchange for his freedom. Previews begin Friday, April 17, at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago. The show opens Thursday, April 23. (773) 327-5252 or porchlightmusictheatre.org...

...a nobleman's son -- into marrying her. Previews begin Saturday, April 18, at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago. The show opens Thursday, April 23. (773) 883-8830 or stagelefttheatre.com...

• Emerald City Theatre has extended its production of "Bingo's Birthday Bash," an immersive theater event for children up to age 5. Performances continue through Aug. 9 at 2933 N. Southport Ave. Chicago. (773) 529-2690 or emeraldcitytheatre.com.

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...at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 22, at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts, 1016 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. Opens April 24. $10-$38. (872) 222-9555 or chicagochildrenstheatre.org...

...Geoff Button directs the production, which begins previews Friday, April 17, at The Den Theatre, 1329 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. The show opens Wednesday, April 22. See the-hypocrites.com...

...the company's final production for 2015. Previews begin Friday, April 17, at Vittum Theater, 1012 N. Noble St., Chicago. The show opens April 25. (773) 342-4141 or adventurestage.org...

...m. Friday, April 17, and 4 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at Gorilla Tango Theatre, 1919 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. Also at Gorilla Tango, EEK! Theatre Company celebrates its fifth year with "High Five...

...Paul Gordon ("Jane Eyre," "Daddy Long Legs") begins previews Saturday, April 18, at Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand Ave., Chicago. The show, helmed by artistic director Barbara Gaines, opens April 29. (312) 595-5600...

...seat. The Will Bishop production opens Sunday, April 19, at The Flat Iron Arts Building, 1565 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. See firstfloortheater.com...

...exterminate certain populations including ethnic groups, organizers and intellectuals. Previews begin Tuesday, April 21, at 6157 N. Clark St., Chicago. The show, directed by co-founder and artistic director Michael Menendian, opens April 27...

...premiere under director Susan Padveen beginning previews Wednesday, April 22, at The Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. The show opens April 25. (773) 404-7336 or petheatre.com...

...long-held family secret. Performances run April 23-26 at the Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 W. Washington St., Chicago. (312) 857-1234 or silkroadrising.org...

• "Sounds So Sweet," Black Ensemble Theater's salute to girl groups -- from The Andrews Sisters to The Supremes to Destiny's Child -- continues through May 31 at 4450 N. Clark St., Chicago. Associate director Rueben Echoles wrote and directed the show. (773) 769-4451 or blackensemble.org.

• "First Date," the musical revue by writer Austin Winsberg and composer/lyricists Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner about blind dates, has been extended. Performances continue through May 17 at the Royal George Cabaret Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted St., Chicago. firstdatechi.com.

...leads an acting company whose work has gone stale. Performances continue through May 2 at 1655 W. Cortland St., Chicago. (773) 384-0494 or trapdoortheatre.com...

...aided by Bob the dog and a young human. Performances continue through May 17 at 6912 N. Glenwood Ave., Chicago. (773) 761-4477 or lifelinetheatre.com. Also, Lifeline announced Josh LeVasseur, a former campaign...

...native and Fox Valley Repertory artistic director John Gawlik. Performances continue through May 24 at 4802 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. Additionally, The Gift hosts a post-show conversation with Smart, Gawlik, the cast and...

...Continuing at the Annoyance Theatre, 851 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, is the sketch-comedy revue "AWK Presents ... The Yuk Yuk Hour" at 10 p...

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Shattered Globe Explores How We Grow Up (and Time-Jump)

Shattered Globe presents The Grown-Up at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, through May 23. Performances are at 8pm Thursday-Saturday and 3pm Sunday. Tickets are $33 and can be bought online, at the theater box office, or by calling 773-975-8150.

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Exterminator for yellow jackets/wasps

We have several wasps nests outside around our home near the roof line and we need an exterminator. Anyone have recommendations? We have already tried getting rid of some of them ourselves...

  • I highly recommend Anderson Pest Solutions. Google them. They're a locally owned business, and they're conscious of the environment.

3 days ago

Here's What's Happening in Chicago Culture This Week

April 16: Tiger at the Gates: Promethean Theatre probes the Trojan War’s legacy by imagining its nonexistence. Promethean Theatre at the Athenaeum (2936 N. Southport)

April 17: Lady Windermere’s Fan: Oscar Wilde’s high-society satire. Dead Writers Theatre at Stage 773 (1225 W. Belmont)

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April 15: Between You, Me & the Lampshade, in which a single mother houses an undocumented immigrant in her South-Texas trailer. Teatro Vista at Victory Gardens (2433 N. Lincoln)

Open Now: Spring Awakening, Fearless Theatre’s boozed-up reimagination of Frank Wedekind’s 1910 youth drama. Fearless Theatre at the Charnell House (3421 W. Fullerton)

Open Now: The Bird Feeder Doesn’t Know, the world premiere of Todd Bauer’s dramedy about an ailing couple’s crawl toward assisted living an its toll on their palsied son. Raven Theatre (6157 N. Clark)

Open Now: Original Voices, a third annual group show featuring artists working in new and underexposed media. Ken Saudners Gallery (230 W. Superior)

Open Now: Our Bad Magnet: Three Scottsmen bore into a childhood friend’s knack for tall tales. Angel Island (735 W. Sheridan)

Open Now: Song About Himself, Mickle Maher’s take on post-Internet degeneration of language. Theater Oobleck at Storefront Theater, Gallery 37 Center for the Arts (66 E. Randolph)

Open Now: Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Nora and Delia Ephron’s ode to women and the clothes that color them. First Folio Theatre at Mayslake Peabody Estate (1717 W. 31st)

Open Now: Title and Deed, Pulitzer finalist Will Eno’s one-man travelogue. Lookingglass Theatre (821 N. Michigan)

Open Now: La Bête, a comedy written entirely in couplets. Trap Door Theatre (1655 W. Cortland)

Open Now: End Days, Windy City Playhouse’s Henry Godinez–directed debut. Windy City Playhouse (3014 W. Irving Park)

Open Now: The One and Only Ivan, LifeLine’s kid-friendly take on Katherine Applegate’s bestselling children’s book. LifeLine Theatre (6912 N. Glenwood)

Open Now: The Hammer Trinity, Nathan Allen and Chris Mathews’s six-hour BYO marathon play. The House Theatre of Chicago at Chopin Theatre (1543 W. Division)

Open Now: Marie Antoinette, David Adjmi’s hyper-modern take on the young French queen’s tale. Steppenwolf Theatre (1650 N. Halsted)

Open Now: Game of Thongs: A Game of Thrones Burlesque. Breasteros. Yep. Gorilla Tango Theatre (1919 N. Milwaukee)

April 16: The Illusion, Tony Kushner’s take on Pierre Corneille’s labyrinthine tragedy L’Illusion Comique. Right Brain Project Rorschach (4001 N. Ravenswood)

April 17: Like Rats With Wings: Perennially trippy and largely skull-centric tattoo designs by Eric Doyle. Firecat Productions (2124 N. Damen)

April 18: Marco G Ferrari: A solo show featuring films, digital images, and sound/video projections exploring space, time, and identity. Aspect/Ratio (119 N. Peoria #3D)

April 18: Unnamed Road: Landscape photography of Israel and the West Bank by Jungjin Lee. Andrew Bae Gallery (300 W. Superior #101)

April 19: Two Trains Running, August Wilson’s seminal look at late-’60s race relations from Pittsburgh’s Hill District. The Goodman Theatre (170 N. Dearborn)

April 19: The Apple Family Plays: That Hopey Changey Thing and Sorry, two of four short plays by Richard Nelson setting a family’s evolution against the backdrop of the Obama presidency. TimeLine Theatre (615 W. Wellington Ave.)

April 19: Balm in Gilead, Lanford Wilson’s 1964 panorama of Manhattan’s seediest diner. The Den Theatre (1329 N. Milwaukee)

April 19: The Good Book: A dejected religion scholar and a gay teenager hoping to one day become a priest wage respective spiritual wars with the Bible. Court Theatre (5535 S. Ellis)

April 19: The Density of the Actions: Paintings about the process of painting, by Varda Caivano. The Renaissance Society (5811 S. Ellis)

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Apr 06

Updated 4 days ago

What churches are having rummage sales?

It's spring/summer and I would like to know of any churches having rummage sales?

  • Robert Rohdenburg Activist Citizen

    Lets hope those planning church rummage sales now or the near future see your posting. In order to give donation collection a bit of time prior to a sale, May and June rummage sale dates may being planed and set in April and May. .

  • DYO

    Saint Andrew is having their annual Children's Garage Sale on Saturday, April 18 from 8am to noon. Location is the corner of Addison and Paulina streets in their gym. Items for sale will include gently used clothing, shoes, coats for infants to pre-teens, maternity wear, baby gear, toys, games, puzzles, books, nursery and children's furniture. Admission to the sale is $1 donation and sales are cash only.

Apr 10

Updated 4 days ago

Night nurse

Anyone with any referrals for a night nurse to work 2-3 nights per week for 1 month old twins.

Thanks a bunch, Grace and Leavitt

  • Tim Knight North Center since 2014, Chicago since 2006

    My friend has used Gerda Nameyaw for his twins and has been extremely satisfied. I also had her stay with my 2 month old for a night and was happy with everything. gmarianameyaw@yahoo.com

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Apr 08

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Was your Stolen from Belmont and Racine?

The Police should have it. It was silver with a basket and locked to the sign post by 7-11.

I saw a guy using a buzz saw in broad daylight....sparks flying and all...to cut the lock off today around 3 so I called the Police. Perp hopped on the Belmont bus with your bike. An officer stopped the bus though. Last I saw was the perp and your bike on and Southport.

  • Sighryn Roscoe resident

    Dear Ivan,
    Well when a person, like myself is robbed 4 times, you tend to be ultra sensitive to your surroundings. Catalytic converter stolen 3 times and some expensive power tools from My husbands car. Took us a month to make enough money to replace half of what my husband...

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    Dear Ivan,
    Well when a person, like myself is robbed 4 times, you tend to be ultra sensitive to your surroundings. Catalytic converter stolen 3 times and some expensive power tools from My husbands car. Took us a month to make enough money to replace half of what my husband loss. I lost days of work since I needed my car for my job and it's not like we have an extra $300 to rent a car.

    So I will call the Police any time I want. I hate thieves with all my heart. And just so we are clear, I am brown skinned and I have never had problem with the Police. And yes, I have had the cops called on me cause of my skin color. I walk dogs so sometimes I am in wealthy areas. It pissed me off on the inside but it not the fault of the Police that some one considered me suspicious. Still, never had a problem with Police. I show them respect and they show me respect.

  • wow you guys are like really mean to me, like really? like really? really? like?

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Apr 08

Updated 5 days ago

Chop chop update

  • SpamAlert Hates being spammed

    Thanks for the update. It's an interesting case, to be sure. If you want to do the crime, you have to do the time. lol. Seriously, I was less than impressed when she started whining about being called to account for her protest. Stand proud!

    Also, I'm sure like me most folks think that the use of lipstick meant that they just had to wash it off the window. But according to the manager the restaurant had to pay to have their logo (which she defaced) replaced.

  • SpamAlert Hates being spammed

    Of course, the mature and educational message she scrawled on the window, "F-ck this hate crime sh-t" was a bit hyperbolic, I'd say. Maybe she needs to read up on what constitutes a real hate crime. Or the attorney she'll probably have to hire can explain it to her.

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Chop Chop Cappleman

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Stolen Bicycles

Someone stole our bikes around Lakewood and Barry. They were locked in the back with a Kryptonite bike cable: http://bit.ly/KryptoniteBikeCable and 2 U-locks. Someone cut the bike cable and took off with both of our bicycles. One is a black Trek hybrid and another is a maroon steel leisure bike.

  • L

    Have you seen this post? http://chicago.everyblock.com/announcements/apr08-was-your-stolen-belmont-and-racine-6786310/

    Also, I know of a house near that corner that has had at least one bike locked up all winter. It had very skinny tires with colored rims. I wonder if they lost their bike too.

  • Thanks for sharing @L

    @Lee C - thank you too, I've posted our bikes on there as well. What's frustrating is that our apartment is not large enough to store both bicycles in it (I know, that's a personal choice) and building management won't allow us to store anything in the basement (not that I'm sure that' any safer to tell you the truth....)

Apr 10

Updated 6 days ago

Summer Job

My daughter is coming home from Michigan State May 8 and is looking fora summer job. She's a great with kids/pets, super organized and responsible. She's really open to anything, she current works on Campus at the Kellogg Hotel. (She a hospitality major/ spanish Minor) Thanks for your help!

  • You've probably already been looking on Craigslist, but I have always had luck on there. Under the jobs section, you can click on etc. There are a lot of random dog walking and nanny opportunities:) Good luck, and wish her the best☺

  • If she has a car, NSSRA summer camp is hiring in Northbrook!

Apr 11

Updated 6 days ago

Seeking Nanny

We are seeking a full-time nanny for our 2 year old son and 5 year old daughter beginning in May, 2015 in the Southport Corridor. Our daughter is in all day preschool M-F. We need an energetic person willing to handle the pickup and drop off at a local school, explore the neighborhood with our Son, paly lots of trains and cars, read stories, and visit the park. Summer break will allow for the care of both children. A long-term commitment is preferred, but not a necessity. If you would like to be our Mary Poppins, please send me a personal message for contact info.

  • Hi Beth,
    Our daughter will be home from MSU on May 8th, we move from the suburbs last year, she worked for almost every family on our block as a babysitter. Let me know if you want me to have her email you. She has a car, we live on Buckingham and Halsted.
    Melissa

  • Hi Beth,
    I'm interested!

  • Beth Barer Southport Corridor Resident

    Please email me your contact info and a bit about yourself. Bwmurphy99@gmail. Com

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