10 hours ago

Missing cat

Our beloved cat, Sas, went missing last night, 6/19/18. She is light grey with a few darker spots. Please text 773-220-2450 if you see her. Thank you!

46 hours ago

Updated 19 hours ago

Flooring contractor needed

Looking for a flooring installer for my condo unit. Anyone have a good one that is fairly priced?

36 hours ago

gunshots

Sounded like 3 sets of 3-4 gunshots, kimball and Wilson maybe. Anyone else hear them? Happened maybe 415pm

5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Lost dog on Montrose in Albany Park

My wife just came across this dog on Montrose near lawndale. The dog had no collar and she was unable to catch it. Does anyone know this dog? I'm hoping he/she finds its' way home

  • Jinthenorthside Part time student, Part time explorer

    I have seen a dog that looks exactly like this! Lives in a house on Hamlin near Cullom.

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Need to find a good electrician Fast!

Got to change from fuses to circuit breaker in a three flat! Lakeview location!

Mark Bean Broker EXP Realty

3 days ago

4 days ago

4 days ago

Updated 4 days ago

Seeking a photographer for artwork

Can anyone recommend a good photographer who's experienced with photographing flat artwork?

  • Dreamer North Center

    Lee Klawans and he's very reasonable. Find him on Facebook.

5 days ago

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Optometrist Referral

Hi, I am looking for an economical (exam/contacts/glasses) optometrist referral in the Lakeview/Roscoe Village/North Center areas or even downtown Loop. Thank you for your suggestions.

  • Second City Eye Care. 4115 N Lincoln Ave.
    Dr. Liz is great!

  • do you want an optometrist or opthalmologist? Walgreens has a new Optical Centers.

5 days ago

Chicago rock vet Thomas Comerford’s new album Blood Moon was worth the four-year wait

Fri 6/22, 9 PM, Hungry Brain, 2319 W. Belmont, free, 21+

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

The neon-lit bar at Lawrence and Broadway, now a legendary jazz club, has been around for 107 years—and has more stories than any tavern in town. Here are a few from the past three decades.

    Chicago rock vet Thomas Comerford's new album Blood Moon was worth the four-year wait
    Thomas Comerford­ is a devoted student of rock music who takes his own contributions to the form as seriously as its rich history. He operates with meticulous detail and patience, which might explain why it's been four years since his last release, the 2014 album II.
    https://www.chicagoreader.com

Jun 14

Jun 13

    Foxtrot Delivery Market coming to the Southport Gateway Development
    Foxtrot Delivery Market, with locations in Lincoln Park, River North, West Loop and Wicker Park is coming to 3334 N. Southport Avenue, across the street from Coda Di Volpe as part of The Southport Gateway apartment building. More information below the graphic about the Southport Gateway development.
    http://southportcorridorchicago.blogspot.com

May 11

Updated Jun 13

Community Bench Building Project

Sunday May 20th, 1 - 4 pm Waters School (4540 N. Campbell)

We are working on a project to increase the number of benches in our neighborhood.

Please click below to learn more.
https://www.youcaring.com/ravenswoodlincolnsquareandnorthcentercommunity-1114370

You can either donate and sponsor a bench for a neighbor (either someone you know or someone who has requested one) or get one for your own parkway.

These benches are intended for the parkway or other public spaces to encourage walking and offer people a...

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Sunday May 20th, 1 - 4 pm Waters School (4540 N. Campbell)

We are working on a project to increase the number of benches in our neighborhood.

Please click below to learn more.
https://www.youcaring.com/ravenswoodlincolnsquareandnorthcentercommunity-1114370

You can either donate and sponsor a bench for a neighbor (either someone you know or someone who has requested one) or get one for your own parkway.

These benches are intended for the parkway or other public spaces to encourage walking and offer people a place to rest as they go around the neighborhood.

Our goal is to build 15 benches. If you would like to help build the benches please come to the work group Sunday May 20th at Waters School. All ages and abilities are welcome. You can rsvp to info@forwardchicago.org or call 773-633-8312. Please come support this project - thank you!

Rain date is June 3.

    Click here to support Community Bench Project
    If residents aren't confident that they can get from here to there without a place to rest people won't walk. This impacts people of all ages - parents with children, folks with bad knees, someone with a walker. A new bench-building initiative addresses this issue: From Here to There: Benches to...
    https://www.youcaring.com
  • Our Community Bench Build has been rescheduled to June 15th at 4pm at Waters School.

    We can’t wait to get started and sprinkle these benches through the neighborhood!

    If you sponsored a bench, please plan to come pick up your bench at the build or contact info@forwardchicago.org to make arrangements...

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    Our Community Bench Build has been rescheduled to June 15th at 4pm at Waters School.

    We can’t wait to get started and sprinkle these benches through the neighborhood!

    If you sponsored a bench, please plan to come pick up your bench at the build or contact info@forwardchicago.org to make arrangements for drop off / pick up.

    If you did not sign up for a bench or still want to sponsor one, you still can! Contact us for details.

    Rain date is June 16th at 9am.

    Please watch the Forward Chicago website and facebook for more info and pictures.
    See you there and thank you!!
    Forward Chicago

  • Hi all,
    We're so excited to build benches this Friday, June 15th from 4 - 6 at Waters School (4540 N. Campbell). Please feel free to come and help build and bring a friend!
    Please plan to pick up your bench starting after 5 and if you are unable to come to pick up the bench, please email info@forwardchiago.org.
    See you soon! Thanks again to our donors and participants.
    Forward Chicago

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 09

Updated Jun 11

New restaurant?

Anyone know what’s going in to the former Dive Bar space on Halsted just south of Cornelia? Looks like they’re painting the outside in preparation for something.

  • Do we need another restaurant in the neighborhood.

  • I'm curious too, that was supposed to be the reopening of mEAT, but those signs have been down for over a year now. And, yes, we certainly need as much restaurant choice in this neighborhood as possilbe, anything is better than another closed building.

  • Li, if you think you know what the neighborhood needs, by all means....

    go ahead and take the risk and open up your own business.

    or, sit on the sidelines and take e-potshots at those who have the courage, conviction, stamina and work ethic to try.

Jun 11

SeekerofTruth001 posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Jun 10

missing older min pin chihuahua

He wondered off and has been missing since 3-4 am Sat. Responses to Bosco
Very friendly with other animals and people. Very missed and loved and needed back home asap. He is the dark brown and black hair. Is micro chipped!

Jun 10

Jun 09

Jun 05

Updated Jun 07

Looking for House cleaner - temporary

Hi, I've had surgery and can't clean or do laundry. So, I'm looking for someone to do this for me for the next couple of months (maybe every other week). I have a 1bed / 1bath apartment Irving Pk near LSD. I have all of the supplies and laundry is in the building.

Thanks.

  • Hi Mark
    My name is LaShawn i currently do home health care in your area. I have 30+years of experience. I'm interested in the position you have posted. You can either e-mail me @ Lashawnpollard20@gmail.com or call at 773-707-4106 if you'd like,we can discuss matter more.
    Thanks, LaShawn

  • Folks, I've found someone. Thanks for the suggestions.

Jun 05

Updated 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 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 04

Updated Jun 05

GoFundMe Campaign for Lane Carnival victim

In case anyone is interested in donating, here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/pay-marvins-medical-bill

    Click here to support Pay Marvins Medical Bill organized by Soraya Aguirre
    On Saturday afternoon, May 26, 2018 at the Lane Tech carnival , Marvin attended an event that was suppose to be fun memories with peers and friends. His friend's bicycle was being strong armed from him and without hesitation, Marvin defended his friend but instead got jumped and beaten by a large...
    https://www.gofundme.com
  • robin in WRP I support a 28th Amendment 4Free & Fair Elections!

    How awful!

  • Marvin defended his friend...courageous young man.

    I hope his attackers die in a house fire.

  • My God what is wrong with people? Parenting?

May 29

Updated Jun 04

    Downtown: Overworked Cops Battling Mag Mile Fights, Mayhem Through Weekend
    It's been a wild holiday weekend in Chicago, especially in River North and the Magnificent Mile. CWBChicago estimates a minimum of 19 arrests between noon on Saturday and 4 p.m. on Sunday related to mob activity, battery, and weapons possession. A number of Mag Mile fight videos from the weekend were sent to CWBChicago.
    http://www.cwbchicago.com
  • krw

    What terrifies me are not things that you can use common sense to protect yourself by, but what you cannot. Middle of the night break ins through AC units assaulting kids in Lincoln park. Assaults in Lakeview at 8:30 pm on a busy Saturday evening, getting robbed in Lakeview at gunpoint between 2 days cares at 2:30 pm in the afternoon. Its by far way worse than normal city life. Horrific.

  • Weebis Politically Incorrect Thought Criminal

    Rufus, Jamal, and their ' play cousin' Pookie are just " funnin' and clownin.'

May 26

Updated Jun 01

Free perennial plants

I have lots of plants that need dividing and I'm happy to share with my neighbors. Both sun and shade perennials, including several kinds of hosta, coreopsis, purple daylilies, campanula, spiderwort, Japanese anemones, heliopsis, black-eyed susans, goldenrod, sea oats, Culver's root, trumpet vine, autumn-flowering clematis, iris, garlic chives, mint.......and more. Google these names if you want to see what they look like in bloom. Contact me if you're interested.
P.S. "Acts of kindness" seems odd but no other category fits!

  • Anita W. in Wrigleyville 30-year resident

    I'll be home today if anyone wants to come by for plants. Come round to the alley behind 1231 W. Addison St. Bring a plastic bag!

  • P N

    I'd love one! When can I get it?

Jun 01

May 31

Swiss trombonist Samuel Blaser makes covering broad terrain seem easy when it’s anything but

Wed 6/13, 9 PM, Hungry Brain, 2319 W. Belmont, $10

    Swiss trombonist Samuel Blaser makes covering broad terrain seem easy when it's anything but
    Swiss trombonist Samuel Blaser lets his curiosity and versatility flow from project to project, whether he's recontextualizing baroque music by Monteverdi and Machaut in an improvisational context or exploring the chamberlike dynamic of reedist Jimmy Giuffre's early 60s trio with Steve Swallow and Paul Bley.
    https://www.chicagoreader.com

May 27

Updated May 30

Horrible outdoors karakoe!!!

I usually really enjoy the live music that the festivals bring right outside of my window on Sheffield. But this year outdoor KARAKOE with the worst singers ever blasted on loudspeakers!! How is this not noise pollution and illegal?!? I’m about to go buy an air horn and just start blowing it out of my window u til they stop!!

  • Whoa, what did those trains ever do to you?! Two things-
    1. Karaoke is and will ALWAYS be spelled like KARAOKE.
    2. Im a lifetime lincoln parker. Wrightwood and lincoln ave baby.

  • Would you be OK with it if they could carry a tune and keep up with song lyrics? If it's a regular thing you can call the Debbie Downers at ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC who will enthusiastically shake them down for licensing fees. That shuts down many karaoke nights around the city.

May 28

Updated May 29

Accident on Kimball between Addison and Elston

Anyone have any information or a link for what happened? My mom's car was one of the ones in the accident, I'd like more info. All I know is that it happened Sunday at 2am, a Lexus rolled over and took out a few parked cars.
Thank you.

May 25

Updated May 28

Lost cat 5/25/18

Black tuxedo cat lost 5/25/18. Reward!

  • LadyHawk Lifelong resident

    Whew! Wonderful news! Happened with my Siamese 'Karma' . I would take and monitor him only in our backyard. 🐈 cat's are trainable and he knew he was not allowed beyond fence. For years this was flawless. I would check on him every 20 minutes and then one day I...

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    Whew! Wonderful news! Happened with my Siamese 'Karma' . I would take and monitor him only in our backyard. 🐈 cat's are trainable and he knew he was not allowed beyond fence. For years this was flawless. I would check on him every 20 minutes and then one day I dozed off for about four hours. Immediately I went to bring him in and he was nowhere to be found. For four agonizing days he had either been on a feline field trip, or somehow accidentally locked up in a shed or garage. Be sure to block that access so she stays out of there. Cat's are wonderful!

  • future alderman future alderman

    i'll ever forget the time my new ll hadn't blocked off the space between the kitchen cabinets and the wall as we had agreed upon-my cat was IN the wall 3 flights up for what seemed like an eternity! (crinkling a ciggy wrapper brought her out, boo loved her floss!)

May 25

Updated May 28

Looking for cheap portable AC

I'm looking for a portable air conditioner for as cheap as possible until our central AC is repaired. Any and all leads are welcome, thanks.

  • Hi there, we have a very used AC window unit that we no longer need. It works really well still though. Can be picked up on Logan Square today.

May 28

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May 25

Found Cat

Male neutered cat found in Lakeview. Microchip is registered to PAWS but they are closed. Call Duke Animal Hospital at 773-697-9757 if you have info about this very friendly lost cat.

May 25

Our Cat was found!

All is well! Thanks to everyone who looked for her!

May 25

    Man suspected of recent armed robberies arrested in Lakeview
    Police arrested someone suspected of several recent armed robberies Friday in the Lakeview neighborhood on the North Side. About 3:10 a.m., officers tried to pull over a red Jeep in the 1100 block of West Roscoe that matched the description of a vehicle used in multiple armed robberies in the area, according to Chicago Police.
    https://chicago.suntimes.com

May 23

Updated May 24

Question about the Salvation Army stores

Hi, would anyone know what the Salvation Army stores discounts are on Fridays? I thought the sign said after 6 pm 75% off everything. Please advise.

  • I don't have access to FB.

  • I was told that on Sat. - everything that has the 1/2 price color tag is 69 cents. if they have 4 color tags - it is the one that is the oldest and has not sold - at least this was the method the Salvation Army store that was on Broadway near Montrose used...Happy Shopping....

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