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Lost Dogs Illinois added a new photo.

Lost! #Chicago #IL #LowerWestSide (Damen & 21 Pl) Casper - Male Poodle Mix White. Call 312-217-6473. Friendly. Cook County. 60608. Missing 03/11/2018. ***Missing with Concha #2239893 Long haired Chihuahua*** To see Casper’s location on the Helping Lost Pets Map: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/v2/?pID=2239890 More Info, Photos and to Contact: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=2239890

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration


    1814 W. Cullerton St. Issued March 14, 2018 Comment

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Alderman Danny Solis added 3 new photos — at ...

GREAT PEOPLE, DOING GREAT THINGS In The Ward: Katie Shedivy Lowman - Kitchen Possible So this happened yesterday. I was invited to attend a new children’s cooking class at Gads Hill Center. Katie Lowman, founder of Kitchen Possible, (and an advertising exec by day), started this non-for-profit kids cooking program in order to empower kids to make amazing things happen in their lives, by teaching them to make amazing things happen in the kitchen. This passionate and vibrant 29 year-old is on to something big. The second I walked into the doors of this community center's kitchen, I was awestruck by what I saw: Almost two dozen kids, ages 9 to 12, wearing colorful aprons with matching big grins. They were working in their respective food stations, diligently dicing, mixing, stirring, grilling and tasting their delicious (& healthy) masterpieces. Each kid was proudly able to rattle off how and what they were preparing when I approached them. What made the occasion more special was that today marked this 8 week program’s “Final Dinner,” where every kid got to invite and serve their parents the meals they spent all afternoon preparing. “Kitchen Possible teaches kids so many kitchen lessons they can apply to life because they gain so much from learning the ability of working in group; being organized; embracing creativity and trying something new. The most rewarding part is seeing kids feel genuinely awesome from succeeding (in the kitchen).” Like most 501(c)(3) organizations, the success and expansion of Kitchen Possible is dependent on donations and volunteers. I hope you will consider to learn more about this program: www.KitchenPossible.org. A special thank you to the wonderful team behind Gads Hill Center for offering their space and support to a wonderful program. #25thWardSpotlight #PrideofPilsen #GreatPeopleDoingGreatThings #Healthy #Youth #Familia #Community #25thwardchicago

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Lost dog - Black lab mix - Last seen at wood and cullerton

He is all black, white fur on chest and tips of paws. Has a heart collar with red fake gems the says “Khal”. If seen please call six three zero 843 one one 78

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Susanne "Cyber" Peters posted 1 photo to Flickr:

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Weight Watchers

Hello. Is anyone interested in joining WW? I just joined and I go downtown to the meetings. If we can get 15 people interested in attending meetings they would provide a group leader. Then I would ask Harrison Park if we could use a meeting room. If you are interested please contact me with your phone # and your preference for AM, Lunch or PM times. Thank You! Be Well. :-)

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    2038 W. 21st St. Issued March 6, 2018 Comment

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Things To Do in Chicago

Located in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago, the National Museum of Mexican Art features Latino art. With over 7,000 objects it is one of Chicago'a major museums, and is the only one that offers free admission daily. 1852 W 19th St

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Perched 94 stories above the Windy City, 360 Chicago provides commanding views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s towering skyscrapers, including Willis Tower. 875 N Michigan Ave

The Garfield Park Conservatory has showcased "landscape art under glass" for over 100 years on the West Side of Chicago. 300 N Central Park Ave

Lincoln Park Zoo is a free Chicago zoo that's open 365 days a year and features animals from every climate.Some of the most popular residents are the polar bears and the gorillas. 2200 N Cannon Dr

Navy Pier is one of Chicago’s most popular destinations for a multitude of reasons. Visitors can experience everything from fast food to fine dining, cover bands to Shakespeare, speedboats to serene sailing. 600 E Grand Ave

Go out on a ledge and take in some of the best views in the Midwest! You can see four states from the 103rd floor observation lounge of the Sears - ahem - Willis Tower. 233 S Wacker Dr. 

The Clarence F. Buckingham Memorial Fountain is a dazzling monument to a sister’s love and an appropriately theatrical entrance to this great city. 301 S Columbus Dr

The Chicago Cultural Center is one of the city's most popular resources and offers free programs throughout the year. 78 E Washington St

...look every month on Second Fridays, when various studios open their doors to the public. 401 S Michigan Ave

...free City Gallery, a small museum that features the work of local photographers and artisits.  800 N Michigan Ave

...and the original tomb of Abraham Lincoln. Some were obtained with permission; some were not. 435 N Michigan Ave

...the installation of air conditioning, making this the first office building to offer that amenity. 400 - 410 N Michigan Ave

Visit the oldest planetarium in the U.S. This Chicago museum features three full-size theaters and several interactive exhibits. It also boasts an extensive collection of historical artifacts that reach back to medieval Europe and the Middle East.  1300 S Lake Shore Dr

With its stately lions gracing its Michigan Avenue Entrance, the Art Institute of Chicago welcomes art fans from all over the world to see its extensive collections. Exhibitions span all art genres and multiple centuries to bring a comprehensive experience to anyone who visits. 111 S Michigan Ave

From stinky onion to a shoreline made of trash, Chicago's history is filled with stories. Find out what makes the city tick at this museum. 1601 N Clark St

...3,400-year-old Egyptian garnet and the The King William III Diamond Stick Pin. 1400 S Lake Shore Dr

The only permanent building from the Columbian Exposition of 1893, the Museum of Science & Industry houses such diverse exhibits as a German U-Boat and an indoor tornado. 5700 S Lake Shore Dr

The National Hellenic Museum, located in Chicago's Greektown neighborhood, celebrates the cultural contributions of Greeks and Greek Americans. It is the only institution of its kind that showcases the journey from ancient times to modern day. 333 S Halsted St

Nestled into a corner of Lincoln Park, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum brings nature and science to Chicago. With the most hands-on activities of any museum in the city it connects the urban community with the world that surrounds it. 2430 N Cannon Dr

Not only can you see thousands of specimens of aquatic, mammalian, and reptilian life in the various tanks at the John G. Shedd Aquarium, you can also see them up close with the Beluga and Penguin Encounters and by being a Trainer for a Day. 1200 S Lake Shore Dr

    Things To Do
    There are so many things to do in Chicago, it's hard to know where to start. It's a world-class city with world-class attractions. Chicago has some of the best museums in the world, and an art scene that rivals Paris and New York. You can see a show at hundreds of theaters throughout the city and suburbs.

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One Earth Film Festival brings environmental awareness

• 12:30-2:30 p.m.: "Rise: Sacred Water, Standing Rock" at National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W. 19th St., Chicago

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• 12-2:30 p.m.: "Fly by Light" at Chicago Public Library, Austin Branch, Auditorium, 5615 W. Race Ave., Chicago

• 1-2:30 p.m.: Young Filmmakers Contest: Winner Screenings, Awards and Reception at Columbia College Music Center, 1014 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago; families encouraged to attend

• 3-5 p.m.: "Making Waves: Battle for the Great Lakes" at Jackson Park Field House, 6401 S. Stony Island Ave., Chicago

• 6:30 p.m.: Reception, 7:15-9:30 p.m. Evolution of Organic at Good Earth Greenhouse, 7900 Madison Ave., River Forest. Tickets: $20

• Noon to 2:30 p.m.: "Making Waves" at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, 2430 N. Cannon Drive, Chicago

• 12:30-2:30 p.m.: "Making Waves" at St. Giles Catholic Parish, McDonough Hall, 2nd Floor, 1101 Columbian Ave., Oak Park

• 1-3 p.m.: "Sea of Life" at St. James Church, 19 E. 29th St., Chicago

• 2 p.m.: Extreme Ice Exhibit, 3-4:30 p.m. "Chasing Ice" at Museum of Science and Industry, Giant Dome Theater, 5700 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. Tickets: $12

• 2-5 p.m.: "Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution" at Windsor Park Lutheran Church, 2619 E. 76th St., Chicago

• 3-5:30 p.m.: "Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" at Haymarket Pub & Brewery, 737 W. Randolph St., Chicago. Tickets: $7

• 6-8 p.m.: "Evolution of Organic" at St. Paul & the Redeemer, 4945 S. Dorchester Ave., Chicago

• 5:30 p.m.: Reception, 6:30-8:30 p.m. "Dolores" at Google, 320 N. Morgan St., Chicago

• 6:30 p.m.: Sustainability Resource Fair, 7-9:30 p.m. "Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman" at Waubonsee Community College, Aurora Downtown Campus Multipurpose Room, 18 S. River St., 1st Floor, Aurora

• 6-8 p.m.: "The Gateway Bug" at Roosevelt Middle School, 7560 Oak Ave., River Forest. Tickets: $7

• 7-9 p.m.: "Island Earth" at Northeastern Illinois University, Alumni Hall, Student Union, 3701 W. Bryn Mawr, Ave., Chicago

• 7 p.m.: Reception, 7:30-9:30 p.m. "Defined by the Line" and "Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution" at Patagonia Chicago, 48 E. Walton St., Chicago. Tickets: $20

• 5:30 p.m.: Reception, 6:30-9 p.m. "Chasing Coral" at Cassidy Theater, Chicago Cultural Center with Shedd Aquarium as Partner, 78 E. Washington St., Chicago

• 6-8:00 p.m.: "Searching for Gold Spot: The Wild After Wildfire" and "Urban Nature" at Garfield Park Conservatory, Jensen Room, 300 N. Central Park Ave., Chicago

• 6:30-8:30 p.m.: "After the Spill" at Institute of Cultural Affairs, 4750 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago

• 7:30-9:30 p.m.: "What Lies Upstream" at Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St., Chicago. Tickets: $6

• 6 p.m.: Reception, 7-9:30 p.m. "Unfractured" at Nineteenth Century Club, 178 Forest Ave., Oak Park. Tickets: $20

• 9-10:15 a.m.: Family Films: "The Song for Rain," "Sweet Cocoon" and "Piper" at Thatcher Woods Pavilion, 8030 Chicago Ave., River Forest, for families/children ages 3-8

• Noon to 2:30 p.m.: "Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" at Loretto Hospital, Auditorium, 6th floor, 645 S. Central Ave., Chicago

• 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: "Fly By Light" at St. Benedict The African Parish, 6550 S. Harvard Ave., Chicago

• 1-3:30 p.m.: "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power" at Old St. Patrick's Church, Hughes Hall, 700 W. Adams St., Chicago

    One Earth Film Festival brings environmental awareness
    One Earth Film Festival, running March 2-11 throughout the Chicago area, is an annual event that presents environmental films with the goal of creating a greater understanding of climate change, sustainability and what people can do to make a difference.

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Found a small black dog

We found a smallish black dog with brown legs. She's got gray eyes and I can tell a bit older. Prettt clean and well groomed, not sure if lost or abandoned. 773-317-2574

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In search of a small house or apt in Bridgeport , Ch. Il. 60608

The max rent is 900.00

  • Lily Maggie Lily Maggie Bridgeport resident

    Im looking for an apt, or small house to rent in Bridgeport, zip code 60608

    Move In date Jan/2018

  • Hi, we have an available apt at 26th and Princeton, if you are interested. It's a smaller 2 bed for $850.

  • Peter Drossos Douglas Park

    I have a 2 bedroom by Roosevelt and Western. Newly rehabbed. Great unit. Message me if you are interested.


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