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  • Animals, Animals, Animals

    Mrs. Cruz is asking for $274.07:
    My students need a variety of animal collections to choose from during Center Time.
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

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  • Preschool Supplies

    Mrs. Cruz is asking for $258.80:
    My students need velcro tape, elmers glue sticks, and glue gun with glue sticks.
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

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Free Concerts, Freebies in Chicago on 2018 Record Store Day – April 21

1722 W. 18th St., 312-888-9629

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1808 S. Allport St., 312-585-6106

11612 Western Ave., 773-779-0066

3419 W. Irving Park Road, 773-539-5002

3156 W. Diversey Ave., 773-654-3915

3182 N. Elston Ave., 312-890-3860

1914 W. Chicago Ave., 773-278-1744

1324 W. Devon Ave., 773-856-3472

4639 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-271-3569

2140 W. Division St. 773-687-9900

3126 N. Broadway, 773-404-5080

26 E. Madison St., 312-795-0878

1379 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-235-3727

2935 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-698-8387

1839 W. Irving Park Road., 872-817-7266

1272 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-278-4085

1109 N Western Ave., 773-580-7946

    Free Concerts, Freebies in Chicago on 2018 Record Store Day - April 21
    Free Concerts, free events and lots of freebies will be in abundance on FREE Record Store Day 2018 always held the third Saturday of April (April 21, 2018 this year). With more than 20 local Chicago retailers taking part (see below)
    http://chicagofree.info

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Apr 18

Your guide to Record Store Day Chicago 2018

1722 W. 18th St., 312-888-9629

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1808 S. Allport St., 312-585-6106

1324 W. Devon Ave., 773-856-3472

11612 Western Ave., 773-779-0066

3419 W. Irving Park Road, 773-539-5002

3156 W. Diversey Ave., 773-654-3915

3182 N. Elston Ave., 312-890-3860

2604 N. Clark St., 773-929-6325

1120 N. Ashland Ave., 773-342-5800

935 W. Belmont Ave., 773-883-8908

1524 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-252-9570

1914 W. Chicago Ave., 773-278-1744

4639 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-271-3569

2140 W. Division St. 773-687-9900

3126 N. Broadway, 773-404-5080

26 E. Madison St., 312-795-0878

1379 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-235-3727

2935 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-698-8387

1839 W. Irving Park Road., 872-817-7266

1272 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-278-4085

1109 N Western Ave., 773-580-7946

    Your guide to Record Store Day Chicago 2018
    Put the needle down and let the music flow: It's time for the 2018 Record Store Day (RSD), held on Saturday April 21. RedEye has your guide for events at record stores around Chicago as well as releases featuring local musicians. For RSD, RedEye talked with Drew Mitchell, the co-owner of Pilsen's 606 Records.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Apr 16

Your Curated Guide to Record Store Day 2018 in Chicago!

Pilsen Vintage Records – 1430 W 18th St. – 312-243-5915

Pinwheel Records – 1722 W. 18th St. – @PinwheelRecords

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Bloodshot Records – 3039 W Irving Park Road – @BSHQ

Numero Group Pop Up @ Comfort Station – 2579 N Milwaukee Ave – @numerogroup

Oak Park Records – 179 S Oak Park Ave. – 708-524-2880

Purple Llama – 2140 W Division St. – @ride_the_llama

The Alley Chicago – 3221 North Clark St. – @TheAlleyChicago

606 Records – 1808 S. Allport – 312-585-6108 – @606records

Audio Archaeology  – 1324 W Devon Ave. – 773-856-3472

Beverly Records – 11612 S. Western Ave. – 773-779-0066 – @BeverlyRecords

Bric-A-Brac Records & Collectibles – 3156 W Diversey Ave – 773-654-3915 – @bricabracrcords

Bucket O’ Blood Books and Records – 3182 N Elston Ave. – 312.890.3860 – @bucketoblood

Dave’s Records – 2604 N. Clark St. – 773-929-6325 – @davesrecordschi

Dusty Groove Records – 1120 N. Ashland Ave. – 773-342-5800 – @DustyGroove

Gramaphone Records – 2843 N. Clark St. – 773-472-3683 @gramaphonechi

Groovin’ High – 1047 W. Belmont Ave. – 773-476-6846

Joyride Records– 1914 W. Chicago Ave. – 773-278-1744 – @joyriderecs

Laurie’s Planet of Sound – 4639 N. Lincoln Ave. – 773-271-3569 – @lauriespos

26 E. Madison

1379 N Milwaukee Ave.

3126 N. Broadway

Record Breakers – 2935 N. Milwaukee Ave. – (773) 698-8387 – @recordbrckrsCHI

Shuga Records – 1272 N. Milwaukee Ave. – @Shuga_Records

Squeezebox Books and Music – 1235 Chicago Ave., Evanston – 847-943-9309

Val’s Halla Records – 239 Harrison St, Oak Park – 708-524-1004 – @ValshallaRecord

Vintage Vinyl – 925 Davis St., Evanston – 847-328-2899 – @VVMOEvanston

Wild Praire Vinyl & Vintage– 1109 N. Western Ave – 773-580-7946

    Your Curated Guide to Record Store Day 2018 in Chicago! - Third Coast Review
    We're in the latter half of April, so get read for vinyl lover's favorite holiday: Record Store Day! The worldwide event, which always takes place on the third Saturday in April, brings record store staff, customers, and artists together for a day of vinyl goodness! RSD means a plethora of exclusive releases, giveaways, and in...
    https://thirdcoastreview.com

Apr 16

  • Literacy Centers for Preschool

    Mrs. Cruz is asking for $308.75:
    My students need a Language Instant Learning Centers-Complete Set for literacy learning fun.
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

Apr 15

Story of Mexican art in Chicago is the story of Chicago art

Where: National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W. 19th St.

    Story of Mexican art in Chicago is the story of Chicago art
    There's a kind of Zelig quality to the new "Arte Diseno Xicago" exhibition at the National Museum of Mexican Art. Its subtitle is "Mexican Inspiration from the World's Columbian Exposition to the Civil Rights Era," and across those 80 years this eye-opening show intersects with so many key figures in Chicago art and the culture more broadly.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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8 Must-See ‘Art Design Chicago’ Summer Exhibitions

1852 W 19th St

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111 S Michigan Ave

201 E Ontario St

6760 S Stony Island Ave

756 N Milwaukee Ave

2320 W Chicago Ave

    8 Must-See Art Design Chicago Summer Exhibits
    An initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art , more than 25 exhibitions in partnership with over 50 museums, art centers, universities and other cultural institutions give voice to Chicago's vital role as America's crossroads of creativity and commerce. Art Design Chicago programming continues throughout 2018 and into 2019.
    https://www.choosechicago.com

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Apr 07

  • Ukuleles for Kids!

    Mr. Olazaba is asking for $477.11:
    My students need ukuleles to create a more hands on experience for our music class!
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

Apr 06

Apr 04

Nueva Vida March 2018: The Resurrection Project’s Newsletter

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

    Nueva Vida March 2018: The Resurrection Project's Newsletter - The Resurrection Project
    Your donation helped to change lives A huge thank you to all the donors who have made the DACAfund scholarship possible. Your donations have allowed DREAMers to remain protected from deportation. Please watch these stories on what...
    http://resurrectionproject.org

Apr 04

Your donation helped to change lives

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

    Your donation helped to change lives - The Resurrection Project
    Share this:A huge thank you to all the donors who have made the DACAfund scholarship possible. Your donations have allowed DREAMers to remain protected from deportation. Please watch these stories on what DACA means to these DREAMers. Click here to watch Desury's story Click here to watch Zwamy's story
    http://resurrectionproject.org

Apr 04

TRP Associates Board to Host First Official Fundraiser

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

    TRP Associates Board to Host First Official Fundraiser - The Resurrection Project
    Share this:Find out what 14 young professionals are doing to increase college enrollment and completion rates for Chicago's first-generation college students on Thursday, April 26th. Click here for details
    http://resurrectionproject.org

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Apr 03

Dog waste

Even with gentrification, many people leave their neatly bagged dog waste on the parkway. Why because there aren't garbage cans close to the open areas where many people walk their dogs.
Recently, we were around Chicago & Ogden admiring the architecture of a beautiful old Catholic church. The dogs were in the car. We drove around the corner and let them out for a breather when I had to go back to the car to get a bag to pick up our surprise. Then came the fun part, looking for a garbage can. Drove one stinky block to dispose. Yuk! Many people just go back to their condo, they're not carrying a bag of sh** back home

Mar 20

Updated Apr 03

Dog Waste

How can we as a community work on reducing the amount of pet waste in Pilsen? Every block has at least 2 piles of pet waste around my area, 16th to 18th between Halsted and Racine. The alderman signs are not working. At this point, its about getting together as a community because it has gone too far. Not only that, my dog tends to eat the waste. So let's save our community and my dogs breath. Should we encourage...

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How can we as a community work on reducing the amount of pet waste in Pilsen? Every block has at least 2 piles of pet waste around my area, 16th to 18th between Halsted and Racine. The alderman signs are not working. At this point, its about getting together as a community because it has gone too far. Not only that, my dog tends to eat the waste. So let's save our community and my dogs breath. Should we encourage businesses and home owners in the area to provide waste bags? I know that it's not their problem, but if we care about our neighborhood, our health, the expense could be ever changing. Beer and alcohol bottles are next. I love the culture, small businesses, and the food carts in the morning. It's a really special place to live. Please. Ideas are welcome!

  • MaPaCa Live well in West Humboldt Park.

    Becca, unfortunately it is very difficult to educate people of low social responsibility. My neighborhood has seen a large uptick in pet waste clean-up responsibility during the past 5-6 years not due to any other reason than gentrification, unfortunately. As a Latina I had wished differently for years but it...

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    Becca, unfortunately it is very difficult to educate people of low social responsibility. My neighborhood has seen a large uptick in pet waste clean-up responsibility during the past 5-6 years not due to any other reason than gentrification, unfortunately. As a Latina I had wished differently for years but it is hard to teach an old dog owner new tricks. Many of the people who let their pet waste lay where it was excreted are the very same people who have left the neighborhood. I think there is a soon-to-be-discovered link between intelligence, dog poop clean-up, and the ability to afford one's residence.

  • They should create a dog park so people know where to take their dogs. I know many people like to use the trees planted on the sidewalk, but as you pointed out, don't pick up after themselves.

Apr 03

Wendy Clinard and Akito Tsuda team up to create art out of the sights and sounds of Pilsen

Thu 4/5, 5:30-8 PM, Regenstein Library, 1100 E. 57th, and Sun 4/8, 2-5 PM, National Museum of Mexican Fine Arts, 1852 W. 19th, 312-399-1984, clinarddance.org.  F

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Thu 4/5, 5:30-8 PM, Regenstein Library, 1100 E. 57th, and Sun 4/8, 2-5 PM, National Museum of Mexican Fine Arts, 1852 W. 19th, 312-399-1984, clinarddance.org.  F

    Wendy Clinard and Akito Tsuda team up to create art out of the sights and sounds of Pilsen
    In early 2016, when Wendy Clinard first saw an article in the now-defunct magazine Chicago Voz about the Japanese photographer Akito Tsuda's photographs of Pilsen in the early 90s when he was a student at Columbia College, she felt an immediate spark of recognition.
    https://www.chicagoreader.com

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Apr 01

  • Journals to Learning

    Mrs. Cruz is asking for $417.32:
    My students need Dot & Learn journals to use during small groups.
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

Mar 31

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Mar 31

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  • ABCs for Preschoolers

    Mrs. Cruz is asking for $468.62:
    My students need alphabet journals, magnetic language rods, tactile letters, alphabet practice, positional word box, alphabet maze and letter learnings activity center.
    Cooper Dual Language Academy Comment

Mar 31

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Mar 29

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