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  • Chicago Waldorf School reviewed

    Staff was friendly and informative. I really liked their education style because it's non traditional and great for kids with ADD

    Chicago Waldorf School (1300 West Loyola Avenue) Published on GreatSchools June 25, 2016 Comment

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FOUND: Turtle

FOUND: I found a Tortoise near Bosworth and Albion in RP. Please contact me if it is yours or if you would like to adopt. He's a lively little fella and needs to go home!

  • Just FYI, the lost pet on Farwell is a Russian Tortoise and prefers more desert like conditions. It is still missing, unfortunately.

  • Helen NoH North of Howard for 55 years

    Have the owners checked out the neighborhood sandboxes, Lynda?

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Appliance Removal

Looking for a service to remove a non-working washer and dryer from my basement and haul it away. Any suggestions?

  • Helen NoH North of Howard for 55 years

    True, Willy, but the advantage of finding the scavangers in advance is that they will remove the items from the basement. Two brothers wrestled a huge water heater out of our basement one year after I called them. Another time, I happened to see a truck and got the guys to take a washer and dryer that had been in the basement for years after the resident died.

  • cjs87 Your neighborhood IT guy.

    You might want to try TaskRabbit

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman – June 24, 2016

...and will have the chance to talk to preschool faculty. The tour takes place at 6216 N. Glenwood Ave.

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...the CAPS Beat 2433 meeting at 7 pm Tuesday June 28 at the Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway. Oscar Torres, a 911 dispatcher and instructor from the Office of Emergency Management and Communications...

CAPS Night Out at Buttercup Park – Wednesday June 29: Come out from 5-7:30 pm for fun and games with police officers and others (4901 N. Sheridan)

CAPS Night Out at Swift School – Wednesday June 29: Join local police and community members for basketball and other games (5900 N. Winthrop)

Andersonville Farmers Market – Wednesday June 29: Veggies, great food and more from 3-8 pm on Berwyn just west of Clark.

1-2 pm Saturday June 25 at the Budlong Woods Public Library, 5630 N. Lincoln Ave.

6-7 pm Tuesday June 28 at Himmel’s, 2251 W. Lawrence Ave.

Weiss Memorial Hospital, 4646 N. Marine Dr., offers numerous health-related events each month, many focused on seniors.

Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services is offering a class, Mindful Movement: An Exploration of Dance/Movement Therapy, on Tuesday June 28. Registration and refreshments start at 5:30 pm, and the presentation will run from 6-7:30 pm at the Covenant Home of Chicago, 2720 W. Foster Ave.

...Annual Chicago Pride Parade takes place on Sunday June 26, kicking off at noon at Montrose and Broadway.The updated parade route allows access to the parade from a greater number of train...

...parade route allows access to the parade from a greater number of train stations (including Wilson and Sheridan), and a different set of street closures/bus reroutes that you may need to be...

...Household items and gift cards can be dropped off at the 48th Ward Service Office, 5533 N. Broadway, from 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday, and they will be given to the teams...

The Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway, and the Bezazian Public Library, 1226 W. Ainslie St., offer a wide variety of programs and events each month. Find everything from resume-writing workshops to Zumba classes.

Please join Care for Real at the 31st Annual Hunger Walk on Saturday June 25 at Jackson Park, 6401 S. Stony Island Ave. In order to support Care for Real:

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5649 N. Sheridan Rd.

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5153 N. Ashland Ave.

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941 W. Lawrence Ave.

    Weekly Update from Your Alderman - June 24, 2016 | 48th Ward Service Website
    Weekly Update from Your Alderman: Celebrating Chicago Pride and the LGBT community, kicking off Safe Summer Nights, City Council roundup, construction updates
    http://48thward.org

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    REMOVAL OF NON LOAD BEARING PARTITIONS, PLUMBING FIXTURES, EXISTING DOORS AND LIGHT FIXTURES TO AN EXISTING FOUR STORY MASONRY APARTMENT BUILDING, AS PER ARCHITECT'S PLANS.

    1331 W. Loyola Ave. Issued June 16, 2016 Comment

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Murder at Lunt and Clark, Part 2

...an inquest into the murders was held at the John E. Maloney Funeral Home at 1359 W. Devon.  The inquest was an opportunity for the police to explain their lines of investigation and...

Labels: 1359 W. Devon, 2312 W. Devon, 6454 N. Wayne, Brady, Chicago, Hellstern, Lunt and Clark, murder, Rogers Park

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The investigation of the double-murder at Lunt and Clark was immediately underway.  Based on the dying description of his victim, the murderer was 30...

Three people claimed to have seen the killer.  Elmer Leitner, 22, of 1772 W. Estes, Paul Piro, 18, of 1908 W. Estes, and Opal Hamann, of 6959 N. Clark. They corroborated Detective Brady's description, but didn't add much new information.

Three people claimed to have seen the killer.  Elmer Leitner, 22, of 1772 W. Estes, Paul Piro, 18, of 1908 W. Estes, and Opal Hamann, of 6959 N. Clark. They corroborated Detective Brady's description, but didn't add much new information.

Three people claimed to have seen the killer.  Elmer Leitner, 22, of 1772 W. Estes, Paul Piro, 18, of 1908 W. Estes, and Opal Hamann, of 6959 N. Clark. They corroborated Detective Brady's description, but didn't add much new information.

...search turned up Mel Ogren, who had been bowling that night at the corner of Lunt and Ravenswood, and witnessed the exchange of gunfire on his walk home.  He was positive there had...

A few days later, Sherwood J. Wolf, 19, of 7006 N. Paulina was arrested.  Mr. Wolf was supposedly the Peeping Tom that the detectives had been on...

Eight additional witnesses identified in the canvassing of the neighborhood were interviewed by police. Paul McMahon of 1648 W. Lunt confirmed that the shooter had a glove on his left hand.

Labels: 1359 W. Devon, 2312 W. Devon, 6454 N. Wayne, Brady, Chicago, Hellstern, Lunt and Clark, murder, Rogers Park

    Ultra Local Geography: Murder at Lunt and Clark, Part 2
    September 3, 1945 The investigation of the double-murder at Lunt and Clark was immediately underway. Based on the dying description of his victim, the murderer was 30 or 35 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches in height, with a dirty complexion, a slouch hat, blue shirt, and dark trousers.
    http://ultralocal.blogspot.com

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Upcoming: Queer Eye's Thom Filicia, The Unfortunates, LA&M exhibit

"Excavating Experience: The Presence of LGBTQ People of Color in Cook County, IL" is a multimedia exhibit that will open Saturday, July 2, at the Leather Archives & Museum ( LA&M ), 6418 N. Greenview Ave.

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SoloChicago's production The Unfortunates will start running Friday, June 17, through Sunday, July 10, at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave.

The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 E. Erie St., will present the special exhibition "With a Wink and a Nod: Cartoonists of the Gilded Age," opening Saturday, June 25.

    Upcoming: Queer Eye's Thom Filicia, The Unfortunates, LA&M exhibit - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times
    Windy City Times News Archive - Upcoming: Queer Eye's Thom Filicia, The Unfortunates, LA&M exhibit 'Queer Eye' alum in suburbs June 15
    http://www.windycitymediagroup.com

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