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Jun 13

Blotter | Beating victim found on Melrose, cyclist hit at 12th/Alder

...of a severe beating when an officer noticed moaning coming from the bushes in the 1600 block of Melrose early Wednesday morning. According to the SPD report on the incident, police were on Melrose...

    Blotter | Beating victim found on Melrose, cyclist hit at 12th/Alder
    See something others should know about? Email CHS or call/txt (206) 399-5959. You can view recent CHS Crime coverage here. Melrose beating victim: Police are investigating a robbery and assault aft...
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

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Jun 11

Updated Jun 12

Break In Attempt

Someone tried to break into multiple first floor apartments last night for the building on School and Bell at northwest corner. The person used a planter, the water spicket, and a garbage can. Please be careful.

  • Hi. This is my building. Thank you for the post. Did you see this happening? What time was it?
    Thanks.
    Megan.

Jun 11

Chicago comedy spotlight for Monday, June 11-Sunday, June 17, 2018

CAMP: A Comedy Show at Village Tap, 2055 W. Roscoe, 8:30 p.m. Free stand-up showcase. Samantha Berkman hosts Matty Ryan, Rosebud Baker, Joe Fernandez, Spark Tabor, Rima Parikh, and CAMP's Tessa Orzech.

This article has 13 other Chicago locations (Show)

Robbie Ellis at Second City’s Judy’s Beat Lounge, 230 W. North Ave., 8:30 p.m. Robbie Ellis is Second City’s music director. Tonight is his “East Coast Tour.” He’ll includes songs from his new album Pumpkins.

Carol Burnett at The Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., 7:30 p.m. Carol Burnett’s multi-award winning comedy has resonated for seven decades. Her new Netflix series is A Little Help where adults get sage advice from kids. Tonight (and tomorrow night) is sure to be another hit from a true original.

Comedy Cocktail at House of Blues’ Foundation Room, 329 N. Dearborn, 6:00 p.m. Produced by James Allen Kamp, creator of the most excellent comedyofchicago...

Boy Girl Sleepover at The Pony Inn, 1638 W. Belmont, 8:00 p.m. A stand-up showcase hosted by Stephen Hoover, Sarah Perry and...

Comedians You Should Know at Timothy O’Toole’s, 622 N. Fairbanks Ct., 9:30 p.m. This show has sold out twenty-two consecutive times this year. Tonight, Marty DeRosa hosts Ricky Gonzalez, Russ Williamson, Chastity Washington, Jonah Jurkens, Joe Kilgallon, and Allison Dunne.

David Sedaris at The Book Cellar, 4736 N. Lincoln Ave., 6:00 p.m. Unless you were one of the lucky first people to respond...

Tuxedo Cat Comedy at Beauty Bar Chicago, 1444 W. Chicago Ave., 8:00 p.m. Free stand-up showcase. Jerry Tran hosts Jenn Snyder, Kahlil Wilson, Mallory Bradford, Alex Skeleton, Tom Wisdom, and Tuxedo Cat’s Le Aboav.

Shade: An Actually Diverse Comedy Show at Steppenwolf, 1650 N. Halsted, 8:00 p.m. Tonight and tomorrow night. This show features “comedians from marginalized communities...

Back Room Comedy at aliveONE, 2683 N. Halsted, 9:00 p.m. Free show. Featuring Amy Sumpter, Scott Duff, Maya May, and Aaron McDavis. Produced by Colleen Brennan, Courtney Buckwalter, Lauren Hooberman and Jessica Besser-Rosenberg.

Kenny DeForest at Under the Gun Theater, 956 W. Newport, 8:00 p.m. Tonight and tomorrow night.

Squeaky Wheels at iO, 1501 N. Kingsbury, 10:30 p.m. Catherine McDonnell's and Catharine Savage's new sketch show will...

Science Friday Live at The Harris Theater, 205 E. Randolph, 7:30 p.m. Live podcast recording. WBEZ’s Passport Podcast Series brings this eclectic...

You're Being Ridiculous:Pride! at Women & Children First Bookstore, 5233 N. Clark, 7:00 p.m. Hilarious, true stories by Carly Ballerini, Ada Cheng, Erin Diamond, Nestor Gomez, C. Russell Price nd YBR creator Jeremy Owens. 

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Summer Eating List: 44 new and upcoming Chicago restaurants – from must-gos to field trips

...space. As the name suggests, the menu will take its inspiration from Provence. Opening midsummer. 2301 W. Roscoe St.

This article has 35 other Chicago locations (Show)

...seafood and steak. The 200-seat rooftop patio will be a destination. Opening June 7. 302 N. Green St.

Brass Heart. Opening in the old 42 Grams space, Brass Heart will be a 20-seat, tasting-menu restaurant featuring Matt Kerney, former executive chef at Longman & Eagle. Opening July. 4662 N. Broadway.

...a large outdoor space). Pizzas and hearth-roasted chicken will be signatures. Opening early summer. 1840 W. North Ave.

Free Rein. A contemporary American brasserie opening in the St. Jane Chicago (formerly Hard Rock Hotel). Free Rein features chef Aaron Lirette (formerly at Michelin-starred GreenRiver) and pastry chef Evan Sheridan (previously at Sixteen). Opening early July. 224 N. Michigan Ave.

Funkenhausen. Chef and partner Mark Steuer will combine his Southern upbringing with his German heritage in this modern West Town spot, posited as a Bavarian beer hall melded with an Alsatian brasserie. Opening early to late July. 1709 W. Chicago Ave.

...the stunning city views, there’s eye candy to spare. (Read Phil Vettel’s review.) 233 N. Canal St., 312-414-1100...

...in the works, as well. Limited reservations being accepted at reserve.com. Opening mid-July. 2528 N. California Ave.

...for the deep divers, an omakase-style food and cocktail tasting menu. Opening late summer. 630 W. Lake St.

...craft cocktails, vintage spirits and food quality far beyond the neighborhood standard. Opened April 7. 3630 N. Clark St.

...the airy design brings to mind some of that Golden State sunshine. Opened April 30. 141 W. Erie St., 312-736-1778...

Passerotto. Korean heritage meets Italian inspiration at this Andersonville newcomer by Jennifer Kim, who co-owned the late Snaggletooth with Bill Montagne (now chef at Nico Osteria). Passerotto means “little sparrow,” Kim’s childhood nickname. Opened early May. 5420 N. Clark St.

...options would merit attention in a thunderstorm. Opened late February. (Read Phil Vettel’s review.) 3157 N. Southport Ave., 773-697-4632...

...menu is derived from vintage (’40s through ’60s) cookbooks, in contemporary interpretations. Opening late summer. 2445 N. Milwaukee Ave.

...Dostal, who maintained Sixteen’s Michelin two-star status, will return as chef. Opening midsummer. 401 N. Wabash Ave.

...lunch and brunch. Cafe Bonhomme opens first; Beatnik follows a week later. Opening mid-June. 180 N. Wacker Drive...

...contribution to the Wrigleyville dining scene is this two-story restaurant at the corner of Clark and Addison streets, directly across from Wrigley Field’s marquee. Chef Chris Pandel oversees a menu ranging...

...will produce strawberry shortcake, soft-serve with salted caramel and other treats. Opened May 24. 3600 N. Clark St., 773-360-0207...

...level, and a more casual, light-bites menu on the second floor. Opened May 5. 111 W. Wacker Drive...

...daily; there’s a Sunday brunch menu of omelets and French toast. Opened May 31. 1244 N. Dearborn Parkway, 312-787-4980...

Locanda. Antoine Cedicci (Pane Caldo, Trattoria Ultimo) returns to the Gold Coast with this Italian restaurant inside the Marriott Residence Inn. Locanda’s official opening will be in a day or two, but the restaurant opened quietly in late May. 201 E. Walton St., 312-397-8800.

...promises authentic tastes from Bari and the rest of the Puglia region. Opened early May. 22 W. Ohio St., 312-624-9058...

Two Lights Seafood and Oyster. Keene and Megan Addington (owners of Tortoise Supper Club) will open this contemporary, Maine-inspired seafooder in Old Town, highlighted by a raw bar and small-plates menu by chef Aaron Browning. Opening June 18. 227 W. North Ave.

Unnamed restaurant. Yoshi Yamada and Zeeshan Shah, the chefs behind the long-running pop-up Bombay Breakdown, are collaborating with Jason Hammel (Lula Cafe, Marisol) to create a bricks-and-mortar, Indian-inspired restaurant in Logan Square. Opening late summer/early fall. 3059 W. Diversey Ave.

...Keeley and executive pastry chef Ji Soon promise “refined yet unpretentious” fare. Opening late summer. 912 N. State St.

...room for about 50 outside, and that probably won’t be enough. Opening mid-June. 108 E. Superior St.

...include such dishes as salmon pastrami, ceviche and the Bobby’s Burger. Opening early fall. 2540 N. Lincoln Ave.

...fried chicken breast with pimiento cheese, peach coleslaw, pickles and spicy mayo. Opening June 6. 500 W. Madison St.

The Gringo. A Mexican-inspired street-food concept, The Gringo is opening Thursday in the former Grandview Tavern in West Town. Barney Smith, chef at AMK Kitchen, will head the kitchen. Opening June 7. 1202 W. Grand Ave.

...washed walls, seating that includes Adirondack chairs and hammocks, and rosé for days. Opening midsummer. 164 E. Grand Ave.

...DJs, bottle service and lots of glam, along with an American menu. Opened late April. 1252 N. Wells St., 312-778-7111...

Ozzie’s Pops & Pretzels. Augment your trip to Navy Pier with a stop at Ozzie’s, a Lettuce Entertain You concept featuring paletas, juices, horchata, and sweet and savory house-made pretzels. Located in the family pavilion. Opened May 25. Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave.

...bar bites, craft cocktails and a coast-to-coast craft-beer list. Opened mid-May. 2909 N. Sheffield Ave.

...aims for an intimate speak-easy vibe. (There are only 40 seats.) Opening mid-June. 3475 N. Clark St.

City Barbeque. The Ohio-based chain opened its third location in Deerfield (365 Lake Cook Road) on May 21 and will open a fourth in Downers Grove (1034 W. Ogden Ave.) in late August. Other locations are in Berwyn and Orland Park; on the horizon are Vernon Hills (September) and Park Ridge (Nov. 19).

...but there are influences from Argentina, Peru, Puerto Rico and even Portugal. Opened late March. 110 S. Main St., Crown Point, Ind., 219-663-0050...

    Summer Eating List: 44 new and upcoming Chicago restaurants - from must-gos to field trips
    Summer is a couple of weeks away, though you would be forgiven for assuming it's already here, given the warmth of late May. Either way, it's time once again for my annual Summer Eating List.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

  • 42 Grams was booked out up to 3 months in advance for the entire time it was open. That might not be your reality, but it's true. The chef might have been a jerk but saying they weren't making money or weren't successful is "fake news."

  • Jeffrey Littleton If you can't be a poet, be the poem.

    It wasn't in the news, it's in the documentary. Watch it again?

Jun 06

Summer Eating List: 44 new and upcoming Chicago restaurants – from must-gos to field trips

...space. As the name suggests, the menu will take its inspiration from Provence. Opening midsummer. 2301 W. Roscoe St.

This article has 35 other Chicago locations (Show)

...seafood and steak. The 200-seat rooftop patio will be a destination. Opening June 7. 302 N. Green St.

Brass Heart. Opening in the old 42 Grams space, Brass Heart will be a 20-seat, tasting-menu restaurant featuring Matt Kerney, former executive chef at Longman & Eagle. Opening July. 4662 N. Broadway.

...a large outdoor space). Pizzas and hearth-roasted chicken will be signatures. Opening early summer. 1840 W. North Ave.

Free Rein. A contemporary American brasserie opening in the St. Jane Chicago (formerly Hard Rock Hotel). Free Rein features chef Aaron Lirette (formerly at Michelin-starred GreenRiver) and pastry chef Evan Sheridan (previously at Sixteen). Opening early July. 224 N. Michigan Ave.

Funkenhausen. Chef and partner Mark Steuer will combine his Southern upbringing with his German heritage in this modern West Town spot, posited as a Bavarian beer hall melded with an Alsatian brasserie. Opening early to late July. 1709 W. Chicago Ave.

...the stunning city views, there’s eye candy to spare. (Read Phil Vettel’s review.) 233 N. Canal St., 312-414-1100...

...in the works, as well. Limited reservations being accepted at reserve.com. Opening mid-July. 2528 N. California Ave.

...for the deep divers, an omakase-style food and cocktail tasting menu. Opening late summer. 630 W. Lake St.

...craft cocktails, vintage spirits and food quality far beyond the neighborhood standard. Opened April 7. 3630 N. Clark St.

...the airy design brings to mind some of that Golden State sunshine. Opened April 30. 141 W. Erie St., 312-736-1778...

Passerotto. Korean heritage meets Italian inspiration at this Andersonville newcomer by Jennifer Kim, who co-owned the late Snaggletooth with Bill Montagne (now chef at Nico Osteria). Passerotto means “little sparrow,” Kim’s childhood nickname. Opened early May. 5420 N. Clark St.

...options would merit attention in a thunderstorm. Opened late February. (Read Phil Vettel’s review.) 3157 N. Southport Ave., 773-697-4632...

...menu is derived from vintage (’40s through ’60s) cookbooks, in contemporary interpretations. Opening late summer. 2445 N. Milwaukee Ave.

...Dostal, who maintained Sixteen’s Michelin two-star status, will return as chef. Opening midsummer. 401 N. Wabash Ave.

...lunch and brunch. Cafe Bonhomme opens first; Beatnik follows a week later. Opening mid-June. 180 N. Wacker Drive...

...contribution to the Wrigleyville dining scene is this two-story restaurant at the corner of Clark and Addison streets, directly across from Wrigley Field’s marquee. Chef Chris Pandel oversees a menu ranging...

...will produce strawberry shortcake, soft-serve with salted caramel and other treats. Opened May 24. 3600 N. Clark St., 773-360-0207...

...level, and a more casual, light-bites menu on the second floor. Opened May 5. 111 W. Wacker Drive...

...daily; there’s a Sunday brunch menu of omelets and French toast. Opened May 31. 1244 N. Dearborn Parkway, 312-787-4980...

Locanda. Antoine Cedicci (Pane Caldo, Trattoria Ultimo) returns to the Gold Coast with this Italian restaurant inside the Marriott Residence Inn. Locanda’s official opening will be in a day or two, but the restaurant opened quietly in late May. 201 E. Walton St., 312-397-8800.

...promises authentic tastes from Bari and the rest of the Puglia region. Opened early May. 22 W. Ohio St., 312-624-9058...

Two Lights Seafood and Oyster. Keene and Megan Addington (owners of Tortoise Supper Club) will open this contemporary, Maine-inspired seafooder in Old Town, highlighted by a raw bar and small-plates menu by chef Aaron Browning. Opening June 18. 227 W. North Ave.

Unnamed restaurant. Yoshi Yamada and Zeeshan Shah, the chefs behind the long-running pop-up Bombay Breakdown, are collaborating with Jason Hammel (Lula Cafe, Marisol) to create a bricks-and-mortar, Indian-inspired restaurant in Logan Square. Opening late summer/early fall. 3059 W. Diversey Ave.

...Keeley and executive pastry chef Ji Yoon promise “refined yet unpretentious” fare. Opening late summer. 912 N. State St.

...room for about 50 outside, and that probably won’t be enough. Opening mid-June. 108 E. Superior St.

...include such dishes as salmon pastrami, ceviche and the Bobby’s Burger. Opening early fall. 2540 N. Lincoln Ave.

...fried chicken breast with pimiento cheese, peach coleslaw, pickles and spicy mayo. Opening June 6. 500 W. Madison St.

The Gringo. A Mexican-inspired street-food concept, The Gringo is opening Thursday in the former Grandview Tavern in West Town. Barney Smith, chef at AMK Kitchen, will head the kitchen. Opening June 7. 1202 W. Grand Ave.

...washed walls, seating that includes Adirondack chairs and hammocks, and rosé for days. Opening midsummer. 164 E. Grand Ave.

...DJs, bottle service and lots of glam, along with an American menu. Opened late April. 1252 N. Wells St., 312-778-7111...

Ozzie’s Pops & Pretzels. Augment your trip to Navy Pier with a stop at Ozzie’s, a Lettuce Entertain You concept featuring paletas, juices, horchata, and sweet and savory house-made pretzels. Located in the family pavilion. Opened May 25. Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave.

...bar bites, craft cocktails and a coast-to-coast craft-beer list. Opened mid-May. 2909 N. Sheffield Ave.

...aims for an intimate speak-easy vibe. (There are only 40 seats.) Opening mid-June. 3475 N. Clark St.

City Barbeque. The Ohio-based chain opened its third location in Deerfield (365 Lake Cook Road) on May 21 and will open a fourth in Downers Grove (1034 W. Ogden Ave.) in late August. Other locations are in Berwyn and Orland Park; on the horizon are Vernon Hills (September) and Park Ridge (Nov. 19).

...but there are influences from Argentina, Peru, Puerto Rico and even Portugal. Opened late March. 110 S. Main St., Crown Point, Ind., 219-663-0050...

    Summer Eating List: 44 new and upcoming Chicago restaurants - from must-gos to field trips
    Summer is a couple of weeks away, though you would be forgiven for assuming it's already here, given the warmth of late May. Either way, it's time once again for my annual Summer Eating List.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jun 06

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May 29

Updated Jun 03

Ask ChicagoNow: Why do you live in Chicago?

...each other. We wanted to live near Wrigley Field, and we found a place near Western and Addison. Close enough! We went to a lot of ballgames, drove Lake Shore Drive, sat on...

    Ask ChicagoNow: Why do you live in Chicago?
    ChicagoNow is a group of bloggers from all sorts of different backgrounds. With so much collective experience, we've decided to put that knowledge to use by posing some of the oldest and most popular questions to the group. Why do you live in Chicago? "Because there's so many great things to do from some of...
    http://www.chicagonow.com

  • there is a pill for that

  • Marie B Active Neighbor

    It's a place where a human can earn money in order to survive. Especially if one does not know how to live off grid.

Jun 03

  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    INTERIOR RENOVATIONS OF EXISTING 4 STORY, 6 DU RESIDENTIAL BULIDING. WORK AT PARTIAL BASEMENT AND 1ST FLOOR ONLY. NO HVAC WORK. ALL WORK AS PER PLANS.

    3511 N. Ravenswood Ave. Issued June 1, 2018 Comment

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