16 hours ago

Updated 4 min ago

Sneak Peek at Public Art

A quick peek at the base of the sculpture being installed at the traffic triangle at Montrose and Broadway.

There is also an opportunity to meet the artist at an event on 5/30, hope to see ya there.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=839109486296772&id=144813692393025

    Sheridan Park Neighbors
    Sneak peek at the sculpture going into the triangle at Montrose and Broadway.
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  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    This is a sculpture, not a community identifier. Isn't public art fun?

  • I'm not crazy about it. It's too chaotic for that location in my humble opinion.

  • Hmm, I liked the artist's rendering where it was a sphere made out of the bicycle parts better. This just looks like a pile of bicycle bodies. But I do like the location, having a large sculpture here will really energize that triangle and bring some attention to it.

25 hours ago

Updated 20 min ago

33-Unit Rental Building Rises on Sheridan, While Surrounding Area Booms

Progress at 4424 North Sheridan Road, as of Wednesday

    33-Unit Rental Building Rises on Sheridan, While Surrounding Area Booms
    Work continues on the 33-unit residential rental building going up at Sheridan and Agatite. We love the vintage look of the salvaged Chicago common bricks being used on the exterior. The two lots on which it is being built stood empty for nearly half a century until work began late last year.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

  • I walked by the site last week and it's encouraging.

  • I really like the old brick the developer used for this building. I can't recall ever having so much new development in Uptown. These are exciting days for our neighborhood.

6 days ago

Updated 42 min ago

Follow-up on Public art/identifier

Update on installation planned for in front the Riviera.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=836384363235951&id=144813692393025

    Sheridan Park Neighbors
    Update on the status of the public art piece conceptualized by fellow Uptown Artist Lowell Thompson in 2014 during the planning process for the streetscape in front of the Riviera. Below is a description from Matt in the Alderman's office, edited for brevity along with a 3-D model and flier.
    https://m.facebook.com
  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    This post has more actual content, the other one is just an elaboration on a tweet. But suit yourself, if like a blog over some other Facebook page whoopie and tally ho.

  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    This is a "community Facebook page", thank you for your interest.

45 hours ago

Updated 3 hours ago

Primary Care Doctor

Hello, I am asking for feedback on a primary care doctor in the Ravenswood/Linsoln Square area. Thank you in advance

  • Julio de la Rosa Malthusian Keynesian Democratic Socialist

    My doctor tells me to drink more water. Environmentalists advise that there is bacteria, lead and even microscopic plastic in our drinking water, and - listen up - in our beer as well. Does anyone know, is Jack Daniels still OK?

  • robin in WRP I support a 28th Amendment 4Free & Fair Elections!

    Mr. de la Rosa - Sadly, there are several studies being attacked by the liquor industry showing a strong link between cancer and alcohol consumption. As more states move to legalize marijuana, and beverage companies become more invested in the marijuana industry, these studies will become more public.

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How safe is the area near Lawrence/Racine, Racine/Broadway/Lawrence?

I recently signed a short-term sublet here for the summer after trying to do as much research as I could and surveying the area when I went to visit the unit. However, a building nearby, the Darlington Hotel, is apparently a shelter/drug trade haven? For some reason, given the non-activity during the day and run-down nature of the building, I assumed it was just abandoned.

Any info or tips I should keep in mind as a petite single woman, aside from the usual requisite city vigilance? Or is it/will it be extremely bad (given summer is on the horizon) to the point I should look for another subletter?

  • Andrew Carpenter Realtor Edgewater home owner and Chicago Reator

    As a Realtor I legally can't tell you how safe or unsafe a neighborhood is. The property values have been steadily rising at a similar rate to the surrounding neighborhoods. I would take that to mean that it hasn't taken a turn towards being an undesirable neighborhood. I lived there...

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    As a Realtor I legally can't tell you how safe or unsafe a neighborhood is. The property values have been steadily rising at a similar rate to the surrounding neighborhoods. I would take that to mean that it hasn't taken a turn towards being an undesirable neighborhood. I lived there a few years ago, if you do stay, some of the things I recommend are The Golden House Restaurant & Pancake House. You are right next door at the Darlington. I also recommend GiGio's Pizza, it's also super close and the carry out special can't be beat. Take advantage of the Aragon Ballroom and The Riviera if you like to go to concerts at all. Since I left the Wilson Red Line station has been updated and is now also a Purple Line stop.
    I would be interested in your take on the neighborhood if you decide to stay, especially at the end of your sublease.

  • Jersey Joe Recent Transplant

    Andrew
    Perhaps you could enlighten us as to why a realtor cannot tell you how safe or unsafe a neighborhood is? Is this a professional rule or a state law? I would be curious as to the history of this law, and how it was legislated because it just sounds...

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    Andrew
    Perhaps you could enlighten us as to why a realtor cannot tell you how safe or unsafe a neighborhood is? Is this a professional rule or a state law? I would be curious as to the history of this law, and how it was legislated because it just sounds like the moral low road. Is it because you represent the seller? Would the buyer's realtor be able to assist in this matter? Just seems kind of an "awful but lawful" thing to do to a customer.
    Just curious.
    (By the way, I did a lot of crime research before I moved to my neighborhood, and surprised that someone didn't do the late night cruise by at least )

26 hours ago

Updated 15 hours ago

St. Boniface Cemetery To Hold Memorial Day Field Mass

As is its tradition, St. Boniface Cemetery will honor the fallen at a field mass on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28th. The service will begin at 10:30am. This year it will include an honor guard from the Knights of Columbus, and American flags will be distributed to all in attendance. The officiant will be Rev. Msgr. Dennis J. Lyle of the Chicago Archdiocese.

    St. Boniface Cemetery To Hold Memorial Day Field Mass
    As is its tradition, St. Boniface Cemetery will honor the fallen at a field mass on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28th. The service will begin at 10:30am. This year it will include an honor guard from the Knights of Columbus, and American flags will be distributed to all in attendance.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

17 hours ago

8 boozy slushies you'll want to drink this summer

...Combier triple sec, coconut creme and lime, and is garnished with a blood orange crisp. 5310 N. Clark St., 773-293-1223, mrgchicago.com/restaurant/octavio

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...The bar also serves a frozen mimosa, “frinot grigio,” “friesling,” frosé and a frozen margarita. 112 W. Grand Ave., 312-846-6654, arbellachicago.com

...liqueur, lemon and chamomile, garnished with a basil leaf and served in a plastic pouch. 832 W. Randolph St., 312-492-7775, barsiena.com

...kiwi. The Cold Fashioned comes with Old Forester bourbon, fresh citrus, angostura and orange bitters. 1603 N. Lakeshore Drive, 312-635-8058, shoreclubchi.com

...cider from Michigan-based Virtue Cider, topped with a watermelon wedge and a gummy bear. 1542 N. Damen Ave., 773-904-8606, urbanbellychicago.com

...passionfruit gin and chocolate vodka. The drink is served in a Chinese to-go container. 101 E. Erie St., 312-667-6796, noyane.com

...London Dry Gin, Rihaku Dreamy Clouds Nigori Sake, jasmine green tea syrup and lemon juice. 1401 N. Ashland Ave., 773-687-9977, mottstreetchicago.com

    8 boozy slushies you'll want to drink this summer
    There's no better balm to a sweltering hot summer day than a boozy slushie. It's the perfect marriage of childhood trips to the corner store Icee machine and your adult imbibing sensibilities. Boozy slushies have gone beyond hangover-inducing sugar bombs-plus-alcohol to well-crafted summertime favorites.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

18 hours ago

Property Tax Assessment Help Available (Including Today!)

With some eyebrow-raising increases in the values of Chicago homes hitting mailboxes in the last few weeks, it's especially important to note that Lakeview Township (which includes all of Uptown) is giving residents the opportunity to appeal their property tax assessments until June 7th.

    Property Tax Assessment Help Available (Including Today!)
    With some eyebrow-raising increases in the values of Chicago homes hitting mailboxes in the last few weeks, it's especially important to note that Lakeview Township (which includes all of Uptown) is giving residents the opportunity to appeal their property tax assessments until June 7th.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

26 hours ago

Updated 19 hours ago

Art Show Opening Reception At The Guesthouse Hotel On June 1st

You're invited to an opening reception and meet-and-greet with Chicago artist ISz, who is debuting his newest art exhibition at The Guesthouse Hotel, 4872 North Clark.

    Art Show Opening Reception At The Guesthouse Hotel On June 1st
    You're invited to an opening reception and meet-and-greet with Chicago artist , who is debuting his newest art exhibition at The Guesthouse Hotel , 4872 North Clark. "Local Chicago artist brings his latest collection to The Guesthouse Hotel.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

3 days ago

Updated 21 hours ago

Welcome to Sign Island

More community art perhaps...it represents the diversity of urban signage?

Was there not another way to do this?

*Signs are numbered to help with count.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=838004169740637&id=144813692393025

    Sheridan Park Neighbors
    In the lands of the 46th ward where the feckless Alderman dithers there is a magical place called....."Sign Island". Hard as stone built on a bedrock of inattention to detail, a place where...
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  • So it's fine for you to slander politicians and community members, but if you are called out on something you post under the guise of being a neighborhood organization, it's trolling. Makes sense.

  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    Thousands of alternative solutions ti a thicket of signs out there in the world.

5 days ago

Updated 27 hours ago

The United Colors of Uptown

Ald. Cappleman tweeted today:

    The United Colors of Uptown
    Ald. Cappleman tweeted today: "This gives everyone an idea of what the 17' sculpture in front of the Riv will look like. The sculpture can be lit at night (and also turned off) and will be a great addition to highlighting our Entertainment District. Installation will be after the July 4th weekend."
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    United Colors of Benetton?

  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    It's a "community identifier", not a sculpture per se. Like the " Asia on argyle" sign.

    It says as much in the email from the Alderman's office in the Sheridan Park Neighbors post.

    I'll note it for you. You're most welcome.

29 hours ago

  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    REMOVE ALL PLASTER, TRIMMING, CABINETS, NON-STRUCTURAL, NO PLUMBING WORK. INTERIOR DEMO 3 UNITS WEST ONLY

    1656 W. Summerdale Ave. Issued May 22, 2018 Comment
  • Permit issued for new construction

    SELF-CERTIFICATION REVIEW: ERECT 3 STORY 3 D.U. (3B CONSTRUCTION) WITH BASEMENT, ROOFTOP DECK WITH TRELLIS, ROOFTOP STAIR ENCLOSURE, DETACHED 3 CAR GARAGE (3B CONSTRUCTION) WITH ROOFTOP DECK AS PER PLAN.

    1470 W. Balmoral Ave. Issued May 22, 2018 Comment

29 hours ago

Mar 18 2015

Updated 32 hours ago

How To Remove my Post?

I want to edit or remove my past posts. Is there any way? Please help

34 hours ago

Concerns Grow After 3 More Andersonville Properties Are Slated For Development

After residents protested the demolition and development of 1436 Berwyn, they succeeded in saving the home from the wrecking ball. However, many area residents remain concerned after a 2-flat located just off of Clark Street at 1470 W. Balmoral was recently demolished and now two additional Andersonville properties seem to be headed towards new developments […]

    Concerns Grow After 3 More Andersonville Properties Are Slated For Development
    After residents protested the demolition and development of 1436 Berwyn, they succeeded in saving the home from the wrecking ball. However, many area residents remain concerned after a 2-flat located just off of Clark Street at 1470 W. Balmoral was recently demolished and now two additional Andersonville properties seem to be headed towards new developments ...
    http://www.edgevillebuzz.com

35 hours ago

Clark & Foster on Chicago's north side used t...

Clark & Foster on Chicago's north side used to be a cherry orchard but now it's a friendly neighborhood with a special focus on shop local/ shop unique. Find out more including the best places to eat and shop in the new episode of "The Grid" now on the CST website. http://bit.ly/2IG3RgU

    The Chicago Sun-Times
    Clark & Foster on Chicago's north side used to be a cherry orchard but now it's a friendly neighborhood with a special focus on shop local/ shop unique. Find out more including the best places to...
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38 hours ago

Mark Your Calendar For Independence Day Fireworks

With the long holiday weekend approaching, many of us start thinking about the next summer holiday, Independence Day. If you've been around for a bit, you know that Uptown enjoys a local fireworks show, easily seen from the north end of the community, thanks to our neighbors at a tucked-away country club.

    Mark Your Calendar For Independence Day Fireworks
    With the long holiday weekend approaching, many of us start thinking about the next summer holiday, Independence Day. If you've been around for a bit, you know that Uptown enjoys a local fireworks show, easily seen from the north end of the community, thanks to our neighbors at a tucked-away country club.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

2 days ago

Updated 41 hours ago

  • I've been curious about that myself. I'm wondering if it may be an expansion of the theater next door.

  • Could also be connected with red line work- they will have staging areas for equipment and workers. Check with alderman’s office.

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    It is construction for the theatre expansion

41 hours ago

Korean-Italian spot Passerotto debuts in Andersonville

...its debut in the neighborhood. The fresh arrival to Andersonville, called Passerotto, is located at 5420 N. Clark St....

    Korean-Italian spot Passerotto debuts in Andersonville
    A new Korean fusion spot has made its debut in the neighborhood. The fresh arrival to Andersonville, called Passerotto, is located at 5420 N. Clark St. Passerotto -- "little sparrow" in Italian -- is a new venture by Jennifer Kim, the award-winning chef who co-owned Lakeview's former cured-fish deli Snaggletooth.
    http://abc7chicago.com

6 days ago

Updated 47 hours ago

Andersonville Midsommerfest To Add Elevated VIP Viewing Area For Concerts

The concerts at Andersonville Midsommerfest are a big draw at the event, but the crowds can cause a problematic quest for the nearest beer booth or bathroom. To help eliminate the issue, a new elevated VIP platform is being added to the North stage. The line-up is diverse at the North stage with such band […]

    Andersonville Midsommerfest To Add Elevated VIP Viewing Area For Concerts
    The concerts at Andersonville Midsommerfest are a big draw at the event, but the crowds can cause a problematic quest for the nearest beer booth or bathroom. To help eliminate the issue, a new elevated VIP platform is being added to the North stage. The line-up is diverse at the North stage with such band ...
    http://www.edgevillebuzz.com

  • Do you really need a VIP experience seeing Chicago lame street fest coverbands? They should pay you.

  • A.S Living and Playing in Chicago

    They do this in Europe to thin the crowding out. It kinda helps but not really.

5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Need help changing range hood halogen bulb

(Insert lightbulb joke here). Sounds simple, but I have already injured myself following mfr. directions and got only one changed out. Other one won't budge even w/mfr's tool. Maybe I'm not strong enough--definitely not young enough. (No, it's not just a matter of "hold the bulb & unscrew"--these range hood lights were designed by idiots or sadists who hate people who need to cook). I have already injured my shoulder & wrist trying to get the second dead bulb out....

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(Insert lightbulb joke here). Sounds simple, but I have already injured myself following mfr. directions and got only one changed out. Other one won't budge even w/mfr's tool. Maybe I'm not strong enough--definitely not young enough. (No, it's not just a matter of "hold the bulb & unscrew"--these range hood lights were designed by idiots or sadists who hate people who need to cook). I have already injured my shoulder & wrist trying to get the second dead bulb out.
I don't want to go through any apps or clearinghouse websites. I just want someone strong enough to come over soon and do this for a reasonable and normal basic handyman fee. (Abt, the merchant who sold me the hood, wants me to fork over an arm & a leg and wait a week--highway robbery even with a discount). PM me if you can do this.

  • Sandy in EdgeGlen EdgeGlen since 1987

    Never touched the old ones before they failed, but will take your advice. Wonder why they don't make LEDs with that kind of socket--halogens burn very hot and suck a lot of power. LEDs are less delicate, too.

  • Range hood lights? So, definitely not inside oven? If they're not for inside oven use, you can replace with LED. The manufacturer will usually not be selling an LED replacement but you can buy one as long as you match the bulb socket type, diameter/width, length.

    I've replaced an E17...

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    Range hood lights? So, definitely not inside oven? If they're not for inside oven use, you can replace with LED. The manufacturer will usually not be selling an LED replacement but you can buy one as long as you match the bulb socket type, diameter/width, length.

    I've replaced an E17 T6-1/2 with an E17 LED that's shorter (diameter was important but length was not). I've also replaced the two 20W halogen bulbs (G-something, forgot type) under the OTR microwave oven with 3W LEDs. For this one, it wasn't just the Pins that mattered. The size and the shape of the base mattered.

2 days ago

Former Edgewater Alderman and Activist Marion Volini Dies At Age 83

The former Alderman of the Edgewater neighborhood from 1978-1987, Marion Volini,  has passed away after her battle with leukemia. She is best known for officially making Edgewater Chicago’s 77th community, her human rights activism, and her work on lakeside erosion. Volini served under Chicago’s only female mayor and was a important supporter of Chicago’s first African-American […]

    Former Edgewater Alderman and Activist Marion Volini Dies At Age 83
    The former Alderman of the Edgewater neighborhood from 1978-1987, Marion Volini, has passed away after her battle with leukemia. She is best known for officially making Edgewater Chicago's 77th community, her human rights activism, and her work on lakeside erosion. Volini served under Chicago's only female mayor and was a important supporter of Chicago's first African-American ...
    http://www.edgevillebuzz.com

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

It's Demo Day!

Demolition underway on the former El Pollo Loco/Burger King at Wilson & Sheridan

    It's Demo Day!
    Demolition permits to wreck and remove the former El Pollo Loco (and before that, Burger King) were issued in the past few days and CRG Development wasted no time in getting to work on their new project. The photo above was from yesterday afternoon, so El Pollo Loco might be a distant memory by now.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

  • Oh mylanta. I have been waiting for this day! Can't wait to welcome all my new neighbors! Who could have ever imagined we'd have a beautiful 12 story TOD on this blighted site? What a great day for Uptown.

  • I like the new build photo. That will definitely help that corner.

2 days ago

Bike The Drive Is This Sunday Morning

Reader Bill Andres sent this to us back in 2008

    Bike The Drive Is This Sunday Morning
    Sunday morning is the one time a year that motor vehicles are nowhere in sight, and it's all pedal power on Lake Shore Drive, for the 17th annual "Bike The Drive." The ride begins at 5:30am, with riders encouraged to join in by 7am at the latest.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

2 days ago

Former 48th Ward Alderman Marion Kennedy Volini Has Passed

Before there was Harry Osterman, there was Mary Ann Smith. Before Mary Ann Smith, there was Kathy Osterman. And before Kathy Osterman, there was Marion Volini.

    Former 48th Ward Alderman Marion Kennedy Volini Has Passed
    Before there was Harry Osterman, there was Mary Ann Smith. Before Mary Ann Smith, there was Kathy Osterman. And before Kathy Osterman, there was Marion Volini. As alderman of the 48th Ward in the late 1970s and most of the 1980s, she stood up for gay rights, and stood with Mayor Harold Washington.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

3 days ago

Score ramen and more at Furious Spoon's new Andersonville location

...spot to score ramen and more has made its debut in the neighborhood. Located at 5406 N. Clark St. in Andersonville, the fresh addition is called Furious Spoon. It's the seventh location of...

    Score ramen and more at Furious Spoon's new Andersonville location
    A new spot to score ramen and more has made its debut in the neighborhood. Located at 5406 N. Clark St. in Andersonville, the fresh addition is called Furious Spoon. It's the seventh location of this popular local chain, which serves Tokyo-style ramen with handmade noodles in a colorful space decorated with graffiti and featuring a hip-hop soundtrack.
    http://abc7chicago.com

May 10

Updated 3 days ago

What will $1,300 rent you in Chicago?

1625 W. Rascher Ave., #G (Andersonville)

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3438 N. Seminary Ave. | Photos: Zumper

3340 S. Carpenter St., #2f (Bridgeport)

6401 N. Sheridan Road (Rogers Park)

    What will $1,300 rent you in Chicago?
    Curious just how far your dollar goes in Chicago? We've rounded up the latest rental offerings via rental site Zumper to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to finding housing in Chicago if you're on a budget of $1,300/month. Read on for the listings.
    http://abc7chicago.com

  • headsup not available

    $ 1300 a month = $ 15,600 to your landlord and forever out of your pocket. $ 1300 towards your condo or home payment = $ 1300 to you as the landlord. Not difficult to understand. In 20 years you would have paid down $ 312,000 ! Did I mention you would also enjoy an increase in your real estate value. That is a lot of money in your! pocket.

  • If you don’t have the money on hand to start the process (at least half of society and I’m being generous) or the consistent income to maintain it and build an 8 month untouchable emergency reserve on hand, then it’s a non-starter. Plus people pick up and go a lot...

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    If you don’t have the money on hand to start the process (at least half of society and I’m being generous) or the consistent income to maintain it and build an 8 month untouchable emergency reserve on hand, then it’s a non-starter. Plus people pick up and go a lot more than we did 30 years ago. If everything doesn’t go to plan you could end up in the red within 2 years. More variables than not have to be in your favor. I don’t think the majority of society can do it. Wages are the same as they were 15 years ago. It’s only going to get more out of reach.

May 17

Updated 4 days ago

CDOT To Expand Bike Routes In Edgewater

With the Lake Shore Trail ending at Ardmore Ave. in Edgewater and an increasing presence of cyclists on our streets, it has been announced that the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be expanding bike routes in the 48th Ward. The news was announced by Alderman Harry Osterman in an email yesterday. In that communication […]

    CDOT To Expand Bike Routes In Edgewater
    With the Lake Shore Trail ending at Ardmore Ave. in Edgewater and an increasing presence of cyclists on our streets, it has been announced that the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be expanding bike routes in the 48th Ward. The news was announced by Alderman Harry Osterman in an email yesterday.
    http://www.edgevillebuzz.com

  • d3 NoHo

    ' I seem to recall that some past discussions about bike lanes (thinking about Glenwood in particular) were less than productive when people with strong biases, and not a lot of empathy, weighed in on the discussion.'

  • To the contrary, public meetings about bike lanes are highly productive when people clearly express their strong preferences and opinions so that decisions can be made. In some past meetings there was strong opinion that bicyclists requests and demands neither reflected the general feeling of a community nor were in the general best interest of a community. Democratic decision making requires votes and opinions which some call biases. Empathy isn't a requirement of the democratic process and never has been.

4 days ago

Final Community Meeting Re Red Line Improvements Between Leland & Bryn Mawr

From Ald. Osterman's Friday newsletter:

    Final Community Meeting Re Red Line Improvements Between Leland & Bryn Mawr
    From Ald. Osterman's Friday newsletter: " CTA RPM Development Meeting Wednesday, May 23 6:30-8pm St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church, 5649 N Sheridan Rd The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), in conjunction with the Chicago Department of Planning and Development, is continuing its redevelopment study for sites surrounding the Red and Purple Modernization transit construction project (RPM Phase One).
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

4 days ago

Scenes From The First Uptown Thai New Year Water Festival

Thank you to reader and frequent contributor Rick Baer, who shared his photos of the Thai New Year Water Festival, taken on Saturday of the two-day event. We hear a good time was had, and at one point the line to enter stretched from Lawrence to Foster. We hope it's an annual event. (Hint, hint!)

    Scenes From The First Uptown Thai New Year Water Festival
    Thank you to reader and frequent contributor Rick Baer, who shared his photos of the Thai New Year Water Festival, taken on Saturday of the two-day event. We hear a good time was had, and at one point the line to enter stretched from Lawrence to Foster. We hope it's an annual event.
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

6 days ago

Updated 4 days ago

Need a landscaper to resod my backyard

looking for someone to strip, grade, and sod my backyard. It's not a big yard but has been over taken by weeds and half the grass burned out last summer

May 18

Updated 5 days ago

ISO Contractor for deck work

Morning, Neighbors -

I'm looking for references for a contractor to do some deck work on my condo building. We are looking to add roofing to the top floor of our three-story walk-up.

Anyone out there have any good experiences with local companies?

Thanks in advance.

  • Don Cortelyou Bridgeview Bank Manager

    Try Dave Hirsh of DWD Renovation.. He is an Andersonville Chamber member, regularly exhibits at Midsommarfest, is a a member of the Andersonville BNI referral group, and I know many people who are satisfied with his work. He isn't a handyman, but a contractor which is what you are looking for. He does a lot of work with decks. https://www.dwdrenovation.com (773) 657-5990

  • Call expert super seal roofing & tuckpointing Co. 773-993-5668 and ask for Samuel. I've used them on a couple projects and they're great I've even recommended them to a few of my friends and they've all had great experiences with them also. Here's a link to there website www.supersealroofing.com

May 17

Updated 5 days ago

Missing Cat Lincoln Square

Missing Cat
Answers to Noodle
Dark fur, lighter underbelly
No collar

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Vintage Garage Returns On Sunday With Mid-Century Modern As Its Theme

Are you discovering your inner Don (or Betty) Draper?  Be sure to attend Vintage Garage, where you can celebrate the wonders of Mid Century Modern on Sunday, May 20h from 10am to 5pm. Vendors have been saving their best Mid Century for the show, and for those who aren't into MCM there will be a great mix of vintage in all categories ready to go!

    Vintage Garage Returns On Sunday With Mid-Century Modern As Its Theme
    Are you discovering your inner Don (or Betty) Draper? Be sure to attend Vintage Garage, where you can celebrate the wonders of Mid Century Modern on Sunday, May 20h from 10am to 5pm. Vendors have been saving their best Mid Century for the show, and for those who aren't into MCM there will be a great mix of vintage in all categories ready to go!
    https://www.uptownupdate.com

May 17

Updated 5 days ago

Need reliable plumbing referral (s).

I’ve missed many days of work waiting for the plumber to show up to no avail.
In the Andersonville/ ravenswood area

  • rich retired teacher from Chicago Public Schools

    Aalders Plumbing...847-975-2544.....ask for Josh wonderful guy excellent plumber

  • I use this guy 312 388 4259

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Interested in current and world events? Join in Great Decisions - starting in June

GREAT DECISIONS: America’s Largest Discussion Program on World Affairs

The Foreign Policy Association provides background information, policy options and stimulates discussion on eight critical issues facing America today. Join people across our country in a shared learning experience.

We are so excited to begin this new 9-week course to learn and discuss world events, stimulate thinking and re-discover the art of discourse. Topics include:

The waning of Pax Americana?
Russia’s foreign policy
China and America: the new geopolitical equation
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GREAT DECISIONS: America’s Largest Discussion Program on World Affairs

The Foreign Policy Association provides background information, policy options and stimulates discussion on eight critical issues facing America today. Join people across our country in a shared learning experience.

We are so excited to begin this new 9-week course to learn and discuss world events, stimulate thinking and re-discover the art of discourse. Topics include:

The waning of Pax Americana?
Russia’s foreign policy
China and America: the new geopolitical equation
Media and foreign policy
Turkey: a partner in crisis
U.S. global engagement and the military
South Africa’s fragile democracy
Global health: progress and challenges
Registration is limited to 30 participants Cost is approximately $30.00 for materials.

Convened by: Forward Chicago, Leage of Women Voters of Chicago, Ofice of 47th Ward - Ald. Ameya Pawar, and Sulzer Regional Library

Course dates (Mondays 7:00 - 9:00 pm): June 4, 11th, 18th, 25th; July 9, 16, 23, 30th.
To sign up and for more information: https://2018greatdecisions.eventbrite.com

Questions? email info@forwwardvchicago.org or call 773-633-8312

    Forward Chicago
    Forward Chicago is a grassroots, all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) that connects neighbors, business, and local organizations to build a stronger community. Together, we're creating neighborhoods where people of all ages are active, engaged and influential. Visit www.forwardchicago.org to learn more.
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May 15

Updated 5 days ago

Ravenswood Montessori School

Hi-
I’m wondering if anyone has a review or opinion to share about Ravenswood Montessori School on Wilson. We are currently weighing our pre school options and we just moved very close to this school. But it seems new and I can’t find any reviews online. Any info would help. Thanks!!
-Lindsey

May 11

Updated 5 days ago

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
  • Bench Building Update:
    Happy weekend all supporters! Due to rain and unseasonably bad weather, we have decided to cancel this Sundays bench build until mid June, likely the weekend of June 16th or 23rd.
    We'll be in touch next month with more details. Thank you for your support. If you have questions or need any thing at all, please email info@forwardchicago.org or call 773-633-8312.
    Thank you!
    Forward Chicago

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May 17

Updated 6 days ago

Found dog. Black, Male, Retriever mix.

Contact Uptown Animal Hospital if you know owner or able to foster until owner found 773-561-0734. Microchipped, but bad number. They cannot keep overnight.

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