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    EXPLORATORY PERMIT TO REMOVE DRYWALL TO MAKE INTO VANILLA BOX; (NO ELECTRICAL WORK UNDER THIS PERMIT)(NO OTHER WORK UNDER THIS PERMIT) SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS

    1759 W. Cullerton St. Issued January 12, 2018 Comment

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Cleaning person

Im looking for a cleaning person. I pay $15 per hour. I live on 18th st. Near harrison park. I have a small 1 bedroom.

  • Hi Marla - You can call my room mate Kris. She is interested and we live in the area -- CERMAK & PAULINA. 773-562-9365. I am a slob and she keeps up with my mess so she is pretty good.

Jan 10

Winter museum preview: Mummies, Snoopy and the science behind Pixar

...translation of the show’s title. March 23–Aug. 19, National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W. 19th St.; www.nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org or 312-738-1503...

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...with the museum’s annual King Day event and admission is free. Jan. 15-December, 1601 N. Clark St.; www.chicagohistory.org or 312-642-4600...

...Tim Laman and Cornell scientist Edwin Scholes in documenting the birds. Jan. 18-June 17, 2430 N. Cannon Drive; 773-755-5100 or www.naturemuseum.org...

...by such names as Stickley, Wright, Eames and Gehry; Feb. 10-Aug. 11, Driehaus Museum, 40 E. Erie St.; 312-482-8933 or DriehausMuseum.org. More focused in will be “Max Lamb: Exercises in...

...rest, we’ll see how these chairs measure up. March 22-Aug. 26; Art Institute, 111 S. Michigan Ave.; www.artic.edu or 312-443-3600...

...ago had curly hair, an overbite and died before reaching 50. March 16-April 21, 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive; requires Discovery or All-Access pass; 312-922-9410 or www.fieldmuseum.org...

...showcase STEM concepts used by Pixar’s artists and computer scientists. May 24-early 2019, 5700 S. Lake Shore Drive, www.msichicago.org...

    Winter museum preview: Mummies, Snoopy and the science behind Pixar
    Your resolution for 2018, perhaps, might be to become more cultured. Or just to make the effort to get out of the house a little bit more. The city's museums and nature parks will be, as always, happy to oblige, with a bevy of new exhibitions coming in winter and early spring and lots of free days, especially in February.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Obnoxious Loudness in Pilsen

How can people in certain parts of Pilsen tolerate Banda music and drunkeness in the middle of the night? How? The is a total lack of regard for people who have wake up early. Moreover, if you call the police, you become a target for their animosity. Does anyone know how to silence these folks without becoming a target?

  • Ringo712 Block Captain

    I live in La Villita so it's the same if not more so. It comes with the territory for living around Mexican Immigrants. It's a different way of life you need to get used to if you want to live Amongst different cultures

  • I've been here 6 years..a transplanted South Chicagoan.. Its a shame gentrification has softened peoples ears.. There are bigger fish to fry..but keep complaining about Banda music.. The assault rifles down Cermak Road during school hours bring perspective..

Jan 05

Year of Creative Youth will empower artistic Chicago students

The National Museum of Mexican Art (NMMA), 1852 W. 19th St., is one of six IncentOvate grant recipients for 2018. IncentOvate is a DCASE grant program that invests in local nonprofit organizations with creative youth-focused projects that have an annual adjusted income of more than $2 million.

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...local organization working to finalize the IncentOvate grant process is the Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S. Michigan Ave. Amanda Hicks, executive director of communications, said, “A strengthened network can help open up multiple...

Although not every local youth arts program will receive direct funding, organizations such as the Chicago Children’s Theater (CCT) at 100 S. Racine Ave. support DCASE’s implementation of the new initiative.

Marwen, an arts teaching organization at 833 N. Orleans St., and After School Matters, 66 E. Randolph St., which develops cultural activities for teens, are two other local entities that will participate in the Year of Creative Youth.

Marwen, an arts teaching organization at 833 N. Orleans St., and After School Matters, 66 E. Randolph St., which develops cultural activities for teens, are two other local entities that will participate in the Year of Creative Youth.

    Gazette Chicago " Year of Creative Youth will empower artistic Chicago students
    January 4, 2018 The City of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel have dubbed 2018 the Year of Creative Youth. The City will invest more than $2 million to support artistic work of creative youth, provide performance stipends for City of Chicago festivals and partner events, and fund grants for youth arts organizations.
    http://www.gazettechicago.com

Jan 05

Vandals damage Holy Family window; five other churches hit

Pels said the St. Procopius burglary was at 2 a.m. Dec. 4. At 9:30 a.m. the same day, a thief broke into St. Pius Parish, 1919 S. Ashland Ave. No one at St. Pius could be reached for comment.

Fr. Gabriel said he was told vandals also broke two windows at the former St. Adalbert Church, 1650 W. 17th St., which has been purchased by an arts group. Many windows in the church and its adjacent buildings were already boarded up.

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“It reminds us to always be forgiving and understand people are coming from other places,” said Linda Lavery as she helped distribute food to the homeless at Holy Family Church, 1080 W. Roosevelt Rd. “At Christmas time, people do have a lot of emotional issues. We are called to be forgiving.”

At St. Procopius Church, 1641 S. Allport St., a thief broke through a glass panel in a side door to steal money from the candle box, Sylvia Pels, church operations director, said. “A surveillance camera photographed the thief, but could not capture his face.”

On Dec. 7, someone tried to break into St. Francis of Assisi Parish, 813 W. Roosevelt Rd., smashing a glass panel in a front door. “The alarm was on, so they left,” the pastor, Rev. Walter Mallo, said.

At Old St. Pat’s, 700 W. Adams St., sometime between 10 p.m. Dec. 20 and 10 a.m. the following morning, someone smashed a glass block window but did not enter the church, police said.

    Gazette Chicago " Vandals damage Holy Family window; five other churches hit
    January 4, 2018 Christmas joy was tempered by sadness at six houses of worship hit in December by vandals and would-be thieves: Holy Family, Old St. Patrick's, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Pius, St. Procopius, and St. Adalbert churches.
    http://www.gazettechicago.com

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Nueva Vida November 2017: The Resurrection Project’s Newsletter

© 2013 – 2018 The Resurrection Project 1818 S. Paulina Street Chicago, IL 60608 312-666-1323

    Nueva Vida November 2017: The Resurrection Project's Newsletter - The Resurrection Project
    TRP Launches First-Ever Associates Board CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, November 20, 2017 - The Resurrection Project (TRP) launched its first-ever Associates Board this year. The Associates Board is comprised of 14 young professionals from the Chicago area. Board Members have...
    http://resurrectionproject.org

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Man Struck By Pink Line Train After Skateboard Rolls Onto Tracks

The 20-year-old was struck by the Pink Line train shortly before 2 a.m. at the 18th Street station, 1710 W. 18th St., according to Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Laura Amezaga.

    Man Struck By Pink Line Train After Skateboard Rolls Onto Tracks
    CHICAGO (CBS) - A man was struck by a Pink Line train early Friday after his skateboard rolled off the platform and he climbed onto the tracks to get it. The 20-year-old was struck by the Pink Line train shortly before 2 a.m. at the 18th Street station, 1710 W.
    http://chicago.cbslocal.com

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Embrace or escape from the cold with these winter activities in Chicago

1852 W. 19th St. 312-738-1503

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2001 N. Clark St. 312-742-2000

...of Chicago offers multiple ways to get your skate on, including the McKinley Ice Rink (2210 W. Pershing Road 312-747-5992), Midway Ice Rink (1130 Midway Plaisance North 312-745-2470) and McCormick...

...1130 Midway Plaisance North 312-745-2470) and McCormick Tribune Ice Rink at Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph St.). Admission is free, but you can rent skates for $7 at most rinks and perfect...

87th Street and Western Avenue 800-870-3666

...The location is also pretty convenient — take the Metra BNSF line to the Lisle stop (1000 Front St.), or travel by car via the Eisenhower or Stevenson expressways. Open 10 a.m.-7...

1300 S. Lake Shore Drive 312-922-7827

111 S. Michigan Ave. 312-443-3600

1601 N. Clark St. 312-642-4600

1400 S. Lake Shore Drive 312-922-9410

5700 S. Lake Shore Drive 773-684-1414

78 E. Washington St. 312-744-6630

300 N. Central Park Ave. 312-746-5100

5550 S. Greenwood Ave. 773-702-0200

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