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MISSING WHITE & BLACK SHIH TZU MIX DOG -reward

My Mom’s dog is missing. He went missing on October 27th. He may have been seen around Douglas Park.

He is mostly white and black, with black long ears. He may look quite different from the long haired dog in the photo.

He is a lovable dog who keeps my Mom company. We miss him so much.

Please if you have seen him or have any information please contact me on

findingpotuschicago@gmail.com OR 773-256 9301

Thank you.

Pam

5 days ago

  • Chromebooks For The School!

    Ms. Martinucci is asking for $5110.00:
    My students need technology. They are in desperate need of Chromebooks. We have old computers that don't turn on.
    Little Village Academy Comment

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Artists Peace Hub : Grow North Lawndale project will be introduced

Artists Peace Hub : Grow North Lawndale project will be introduced at two meetings this month.This project will create an "artists paradise" around the Kedzie pink line stop while improving the neighborhood by bringing new businesses, services, and jobs. 11/11 and 11/19 at 2p.m. at our site, 1957 S. Spaulding corner of 21st, 2 blocks west of Kedzie pink line stop, please RSVP at contact@urbanartretreat.com if you would like to attend to find out more and/or ask questions/give feedback. Seating is limited.

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Nov 01

TRP Reopens Affordable Housing Waitlist Wednesday, November 1st

Casa Sor Juana, 2700 S. Drake Ave.

This article has 37 other Chicago locations (Show)

2. Submit your completed application, with all required documents: By U.S. Postal Service (USPS): The Resurrection Project, 2014 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL 60608

Casa Tabasco, 2301 S. Drake Ave.

Casa San Luis Potosi, 1648 S. Throop St.

Casa Oaxaca, 1714 W. 19th St.

Casa Morelos, 2015 S. Morgan

Casa Monterrey, 967 W. 19th St.

Casa Maravilla, 2021 S. Morgan St.

Casa Hidalgo, 4600 S. Wood St.

Casa Guerrero, 963 W. Cullerton

Casa Guanajuato, 1313 W. 19th St.

Casa Colima, 1427 W. Cullerton

Casa Chiapas, 1712 W. 17th St.

5031 South Hermitage Avenue

5011 South Elizabeth Street

4949 South Justine Street

4937 South Seeley Avenue

4859 South Throop Street

4848 South Ashland Avenue

4744 South Loomis Boulevard

4742 South Elizabeth Street

4716 South Throop Street

4637 South Honore Street

4610 South Wood Street

4528 South Hermitage Avenue

4440 South Honore Street

2243 S. Central Park Ave.

2124 W. 19th St.

2012 W. 17th St.

1910 S. Albany Ave.

1825 West 45th Street

1234 West 49th Place

2301 W. 23rd St.

2300 S. Oakley

1924 S. Throop

1821 W. Cullerton

Casa del Sol, 2008 S. Blue Island

© 2013 – 2017 The Resurrection Project 1818 S. Paulina Street Chicago, IL 60608 312-666-1323

    TRP Reopens Affordable Housing Waitlist Wednesday, November 1st - The Resurrection Project
    We offer affordable housing programs. To determine if you are eligible please follow the below steps: Download and print the pre-application Affordable Housing Pre-Application, English Affordable Housing Pre-Application, Spanish 2. Submit your completed application, with all required documents: By U.S. Postal Service (USPS): The Resurrection Project, 2014 S.
    http://resurrectionproject.org

Nov 01

Oct 27

El Nopal Bakery Reopens In Little Village

Bonilla closed the iconic bakery in 2015 after more than 60 years in business. He kept the El Nopal property at 3648 W. 26th St. in the hopes someone would buy his family's recipes and continue their legacy.

    El Nopal Bakery Reopens In Little Village
    LITTLE VILLAGE - Two years after closing its doors, El Nopal Bakery is back in business with a former baker at the helm. "With my family's blessing, our former baker Eugenio, who trained with us, is now in charge of El Nopal," former owner Frank Bonilla wrote on Facebook Thursday.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

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Oct 22

Latinos are the majority minority in Chicago

http://www.chicagotribune.com/hoy/ct-mexicans-and-hispanics-largest-minority-in-chicago-20171013-story.html

"Nearly 75 percent of Hispanics in these communities are Mexican and Mexican American, followed by Puerto Ricans, Ecuadorians, and Guatemalans, respectively."

    Mexicans and 'Hispanics', now the largest minority in Chicago
    Latinos have surpassed other minorities in Chicago, including African Americans, in population, becoming the second largest racial and ethnic group in the city after U.S. Whites, according to the most recent Census data. "Hispanics", the label used by the U.S.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Oct 20

  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    Tuckpointing where needed approx 200 Sq.Ft install, replace insulation. Install 3/4 plywood, tyvek home wrap and foam insulation, vinyl siding to match existing siding, and cap fascia. Hall away all debris. All work same as existing. No structural work. Subject to field inspections.

    2846 S. St. Louis Ave. Issued October 18, 2017 Comment

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Oct 19

Have You Seen Him?

Gregory Redman has been missing for almost a month from his North Lawndale home. If you've seen him, please contact one of his parents, who's phone number is listed on the flyer or call 911.

Oct 19

A guide to eating your way through Chicago's West Side

3823 W. 31st; 773-847-3907

3518 W. 25th St. 773-673-0102

2624 S. Central Park Ave. 773-522-8544

3759 W. 26th St. 773-823-1499

3331 W. 26th St. 773-257-0000

This article has 24 other Chicago locations (Show)

4151 W. 26th St. 773-521-7847

2517 W. Division 773-862-8313

2500 S. Whipple 773-254-0975

4001 W. Jackson 312-709-8281

2255 W. Taylor St. 312-725-0507

3936 W. 31st 773-277-1155

1001 N. California 773-904-7660

5412 W. Madison St. 773-261-2316

3750 W. Ogden Ave. 872-588-3380

2524 W. Chicago Ave. 773-276-6402

2400 W. 21st Place 773-579-6136

1523 N. Pulaski Road 773-276-5825

1000 N. Francisco Ave. 773-235-9218

3500 S. Western Ave. 872-281-5099

2834 W. Cermak Road 773-376-7474

4377 W. 26th St. 773-522-2050

16 S. Western Ave. 312-226-5094

1000 N. California Ave. 872-829-2793

954 N. California Ave. 773-292-1616

1012 N. Western Ave. 773-661-2116

2419 W. 14th St. 312-226-8144 ($155+)

2557 W. Chicago Ave. 773-278-5776

2500 W. Chicago Ave. 773-697-4413

3944 W. Chicago Ave. 773-661-1331

    A guide to eating your way through Chicago's West Side
    While North and South Siders duke it out for Chicago supremacy, West Siders have quietly gone about their business. They don't need to assert anything because they're too busy enjoying a wealth of culinary offerings their warring counterparts don't even know about.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Chicago Ideas Week Launches “Hello” in Partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal

2. Little Village Boys & Girls Club – (2801 S. Ridgeway, Chicago, IL, 60623), Artist: Yollocalli Arts Reach

This article has 14 other Chicago locations (Show)

1. Logan Square Boys & Girls Club – (3228 W. Palmer, Chicago, IL, 60647), Artist: Coale Sauder

3. XFINITY Store by Comcast – (3128 N. Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL, 60657), Artist: Darius Dennis

4. Studio XFINITY – (901 W. Weed St, Chicago, IL, 60642), Artist; Sentrock

6. Erie Neighborhood House – (1347 W. Erie St, Chicago, IL, 60642), Artist: Elloo

7. Center on Halsted – (3656 N. Halsted, Chicago, IL, 60613), Artist: Epifanio Monarrez

8. Chicago Urban League – (4510 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60653), Artist: Robert Johnson

9. Venue SIX10 – (610 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60605), Artist: Joshua Morgan

10. Harris Theater – (205 E. Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601), Artist: Oscar Joyo

11-15. Daley Plaza – (50 W. Washington St, Chicago, IL, 60602) **5 Hello Booths, Artist: Matthew Hoffman

16. Albany Park Community Center – (5101 N. Kimball Ave, Chicago, IL, 60625), Artist: Little Wing Folk Art

17. Gads Hill Center – (1919 W. Cullerton St, Chicago, IL, 60608), Artist: Cristina Silvestri

18. Humboldt Park Branch (Chicago Public Library) – (1605 N. Troy St, Chicago, IL, 60647), Artist: Xeno Martinez

19. Manning Branch (Chicago Public Library) – (6 S. Hoyne Ave, Chicago, IL, 60612), Artist: Robin Seaberg

20.  Wrightwood-Ashburn Branch (Chicago Public Library) – (8530 S. Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL, 60652), Artist: JUNK YARD

    Chicago Ideas Week Launches "Hello" in Partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal
    Chicagoans Given the Opportunity to Connect Via Local Artist-Designed Video Kiosks October 16, 2017 - Chicago Ideas Week, the largest affordable ideas festival in the world, is underway with most tickets offered at $15 and more than 150+ events taking place at venues across the city. The seven
    http://chicago.comcast.com

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PROPOSAL for Artists Peace Hub: GROW North Lawndale

Using Kedzie stop on CTA pink line as center ofhub, we intend to renovate buildings & build new ones to provide artists live/work spaces, galleries, bookstore, computer shop/gallery, coffee shop, park, and healthy food outlets. We will create construction jobs, shop & building maintenance jobs, grounds keeper jobs, receptionist, educator positions, art positions (visual arts, dance, music, studio), daycare jobs, coffee shop jobs, office worker, & terrific opportunities for youth & families.AREA: 21st & Kedzie, Next to & across from...

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Using Kedzie stop on CTA pink line as center ofhub, we intend to renovate buildings & build new ones to provide artists live/work spaces, galleries, bookstore, computer shop/gallery, coffee shop, park, and healthy food outlets. We will create construction jobs, shop & building maintenance jobs, grounds keeper jobs, receptionist, educator positions, art positions (visual arts, dance, music, studio), daycare jobs, coffee shop jobs, office worker, & terrific opportunities for youth & families.AREA: 21st & Kedzie, Next to & across from CTA pink line stop at Kedzie, 19th and Kedzie 4 corners, East & west of Kedzie. Create relaxing gardens w/healthy food carts,One space could be used to collaborate with “garbage pickers” who can collect furniture to be transformed into art furniture for sale on Kedzie at 16th. Recycling used furniture into artistic pieces to be exhibited & sold in a gallery. Thrift store, bookstore cafe & writing studio, fix-it/rent/learn computers shop, coffee/tea shop & art gallery. All spaces will have vending machines w/healthy food options. We want to include a daycare center with emphasis on visual arts & one with an emphasis on dance. We plan to build a music recording studio. Plan includes theatre building for middle school & high school youth. Chicago Urban Art Retreat Center will be a part of the hub at 1957 S. Spaulding, 2 blocks west of Kedzie pink line stop, we are looking at expanding into the building next to us.We are recruiting North Lawndale artists, folks interested in developing North Lawndale area for the future, & others interested in discussing project, volunteering to help. We have architects drawing up plans, setting up discussions to involve neighborhood people & others interested in being involved.
contact@urbanartretreat.com

    spaces.one
    http://spaces.one

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    INTERIOR REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION INTO EXISTING ADJACENT TENANT SPACE; CODE VIOLATIONS REMEDIATION OF EXISTING ONE STORY III-B MASONRY BUILDING, RESTAURANT USE, AS PER PLANS. SCOPE INCLUDES ELECTRICAL, HVAC, AND PLUMBING WORK.**CERTIFIED CORRECTIONS- - SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS & AUDIT **

    3704 W. 26th St. Issued October 5, 2017 Comment

Oct 06

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