Mar 27

Updated 4 hours ago

Override Rauner's repeal of gun shop licensing law

Tomorrow, the Illinois House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the Gun Dealer Licensing Act — an important public safety bill that Governor Rauner recently vetoed. Ahead of the hearing they're collecting "Witness Slips" — which are basically signatures in support of or in opposition to the bill.

Follow the instructions below to submit your witness slip and help us get over the top.

http://act.everytown.org/go/68471?t=14&akid=91263%2E1454441%2E-MSUft

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Tomorrow, the Illinois House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the Gun Dealer Licensing Act — an important public safety bill that Governor Rauner recently vetoed. Ahead of the hearing they're collecting "Witness Slips" — which are basically signatures in support of or in opposition to the bill.

Follow the instructions below to submit your witness slip and help us get over the top.

http://act.everytown.org/go/68471?t=14&akid=91263%2E1454441%2E-MSUft

Open up this link to the witness slip page on the General Assembly's website.
Enter your information on the IDENTIFICATION section of the form.
Feel free to leave the REPRESENTATION part of the form blank.
On the POSITION section, select "On SB 1656 and HB 1273" as the subject matter, check the "Proponent" radio button (see screenshot below).
Select “Record of Appearance Only” in the TESTIMONY part of the form (also in screenshot).
Agree to the terms of agreement and click the create slip button (you'll need to complete the captcha in order to successfully submit).

SUBMIT YOUR WITNESS SLIP TO THE IL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Send your Witness Slip to the IL General Assembly
Screenshot of the POSITION and TESTIMONY sections of the form.

We have a fighting chance of overriding Governor Rauner's veto of a bill that passed the General Assembly with bipartisan support — but it's going to take each of us speaking out to fight back against the gun lobby's dangerous agenda.

Thanks for being a committed member of the movement!

Illinois Legislative Team
Everytown for Gun Safety

    Witness Slip
    Dashboard for the Illinois General Assembly
    http://my.ilga.gov
  • Tell me it isn't so. Some Illinois lawmakers want to give extra money to schools that replace armed security officers with unarmed social workers and behavior therapists. What could possibly go wrong? This is an indication of the wonky extremes to which the antigun faction is willing to go, and the name of safety, no less? Unbelievable!

  • Neighborhood Dad 27-year resident of North Center/St Bens/Lincol...

    I’m afraid that a lot of our “reinvesting from [the] justice system” may be a root cause for a lot of what’s going on in our cities now.

    Put criminals in jail. Not forever - for sentences (and full sentences) commensurate with their crime(s).

20 hours ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Woman sexually assaulted in the brown line

A 20-year-old woman was standing on the platform at the Brown Line’s Francisco station on Thursday night when a man approached her, began kissing her and sexually assaulted her, Chicago police said.

The attacked happened around 10:40 p.m. at the station at 4648 N. Francisco Ave. in the Ravenswood Manor neighborhood on the Northwest Side.

The news said she wasn’t getting on a train but rather she was playing Pokémon Go....at 1040pm?!

2 days ago

Updated 10 hours ago

Free queen mattress set

I have a queen size mattress with box spring that is in pretty good condition so I'm hoping to give it away rather than throw it out. Let me know if you want it and when you can pick it up. Thanks.

  • SarahJ Nanny

    The mattress is no longer available. Anybody know how to remove a post on this site?

6 days ago

Updated 16 hours ago

Really going to miss Sears Store at Irving Park and Cicero.

Heard they're going to close in July this year.

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

    All Carson's stores are closing

  • nmm1 Chicagoan

    I bought my leather wallets, gardening tools, mattresses, TVs & Blu-ray from Sears. I bought Dad’s clothes from Sears. It was hard to find reasonably priced casual well made men’s clothes until I went to Sears. I wanted to buy my stackable washer & dryer from Sears but they didn’t have what I was looking for. I have a friend who liked to buy her work blazers there. Sears did alot of things well. I will miss the department stores. It was a different experience.

4 days ago

Updated 27 hours ago

Moving to Lawrence & Spaulding?

Went to this area this weekend to look at a room and I liked the place and the hood. I walked around a bit, seemed like a cool diverse area. I’m aware there’s gangs in the hood.. I’m not worried about that.. it’s Chicago..Just want to get your opinions on this area. I’m a young black male. If that adds anything. I saw virtually no blacks. Which is fine as well.

  • Adrian A. Albany Park resident, educator, dog owner, parent

    I live right around the corner on Leland and love the neighborhood! Lots of long-time residents who are very neighborly and invested in preserving a (multicultural) sense of community. Proximity to the brown line is great, too. Parking right now is a hot mess because of the construction, but in 5 years or so, when that's all done (j/k), it should be fine. ;)

  • Todd P Parent, Teacher

    If you were on the north side of Lawrence, you were looking on my block. It's fine. Not a super-chatty block - people come and go from the multi-unit buildings and the condos on the corner, so I know few people by name despite being here 10+ years. But everyone's...

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    If you were on the north side of Lawrence, you were looking on my block. It's fine. Not a super-chatty block - people come and go from the multi-unit buildings and the condos on the corner, so I know few people by name despite being here 10+ years. But everyone's always been polite, no trouble-makers or weird stuff going on. Pretty diverse crowd - our upstairs tenants are black, FWIW. Safety-wise, it's a quiet corner of Albany Park. No visible shady stuff going on at night. It's still the city, of course... know your surroundings, don't be stupid, etc. My only beef with the neighborhood is the lack of green space. I'd love a decent park.

    If you move in, shoot me a message and you can join us for a movie and pizza some Friday night.

35 hours ago

Flying the Flag at Half-Staff for the Passing of Barbara Bush

Greetings Neighbors,

Flags are to be flown at half-staff as indicated below until sunset on Saturday, April 21. Unable to lower your flag? Attaching this black ribbon to the top of a U.S. flag is an acceptable alternative for flags that cannot be lowered to half-staff (see pic). Questions about flag etiquette? Please reach out Jac.Charlier@gmail.com.

On this solemn day, we mourn the loss of Barbara Bush, an outstanding and memorable woman of character. As a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother,...

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Greetings Neighbors,

Flags are to be flown at half-staff as indicated below until sunset on Saturday, April 21. Unable to lower your flag? Attaching this black ribbon to the top of a U.S. flag is an acceptable alternative for flags that cannot be lowered to half-staff (see pic). Questions about flag etiquette? Please reach out Jac.Charlier@gmail.com.

On this solemn day, we mourn the loss of Barbara Bush, an outstanding and memorable woman of character. As a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, military spouse, and former First Lady, Mrs. Bush was an advocate of the American family. Mrs. Bush lived a life that reminds us always to cherish our relationships with friends, family, and all acquaintances. In the spirit of the memory of Mrs. Bush, may we always remember to be kind to one another and to put the care of others first.

As a mark of respect for the memory of Barbara Bush, I hereby order, by the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, that the flag of the United States shall be flown at half-staff at the White House and upon all public buildings and grounds, at all military posts and naval stations, and on all naval vessels of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia and throughout the United States and its Territories and possessions until sunset, on the day of interment. I also direct that the flag shall be flown at half-staff for the same period at all United States embassies, legations, consular offices, and other facilities abroad, including all military facilities and naval vessels and stations.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this seventeenth day of April, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-second.

DONALD J. TRUMP

https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-flying-flag-half-staff-passing-barbara-bush/

    President Donald J. Trump on Flying the Flag at Half-Staff for the Passing of Barbara Bush
    On this solemn day, we mourn the loss of Barbara Bush, an outstanding and memorable woman of character. As a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, military spouse, and former First Lady, Mrs. Bush was an advocate of the American family. Mrs. Bush lived a life that reminds us always to cherish our relationships with friends, family, ...
    https://www.whitehouse.gov

46 hours ago

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Focus on the Weber Spur Trail

UIC is conducting a survey to gather more information about the neighborhood climate around recreational areas that include forested green space, bike trails, and parks. These questions are related to opinions about alternative transportation, use of recreational space, and what changes you would like to see in your neighborhood.

https://uic.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0vwsMzgS95VytW5

Questions near the bottom specifically refer to the Weber Spur Trail and the more responses that are made the more interest in finishing the construction of this trail - 2.7 miles north the Devon Avenue

https://twitter.com/WeberSpurTrail

https://www.facebook.com/groups/WeberSpur/about/

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  • Bob, it is refreshing to see you focus on something other than guns for a change. So pleased was I that I even filled out the survey and I don;t generally do surveys. I even hate filling out warranty cards

3 days ago

PSA: 4600 block of Monticello the city is towing Cars

The city is towing cars on the 4600 Block of Monticello. There are no parking signs posted for the water main work, but they just went up yesterday.

3 days ago

4 days ago

April 13, 2018 Update

Wed., Apr 18, 7 pm, 17th District Station, Community Room, 4650 N. Pulaski. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1722-1723 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

Thur., Apr 19, 1-4 pm, 17th District Police Station, Parking Lot, 4651 N. Pulaski. The 17th District Police Station is hosting a Shred-A-Thon. Bring old sensitive documents and help prevent identity theft. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

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Bar crawlers will meet at Jefferson Inn, 4874 N. Milwaukee, at 2 pm, where they will then make their way through Jefferson Park, visiting a...

...of neighborhood bars along the way. The pub crawl will end at Hops and Barley, 4359 N. Milwaukee. Crawlers will spend approximately one hour at each bar before moving on to the next...

The show will run through June 3 at the Filament Theatre, 4041 N. Milwaukee. Tickets cost $12 to $17.50 and are available to purchase online online. Consider purchasing a two show package to save 25%.

16th District Police are hosting a seminar entitled Keeping Your Child Safe: A Conversation about Sexual Abuse and Internet Safety. The seminar is Tuesday, April 17, at 7 pm, at the Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence.

Many celebrate Earth Day as a time of service in the community with cleaning, planting, and educational events. Keeler Gardens, 3631 N. Keeler, would like to invite you to connect with nature after your day of service.

Hands to Help Ministries is hosting their annual Trivia Night fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, at 7:00 pm in the gym at Irving Park Lutheran Church, 4057 N. Harding.

Beaubien Elementary is hosting its annual Spring Fling fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm at Biagio’s, 4242 N. Central.

During the month of April, the 16th District Police Station, 5151 N. Milwaukee, will be collecting diaper wipes, diapers, new socks, new underwear and new pajamas.

Fri., Apr 13, 5:30 pm, Schurz High School, Auditorium, 3601 N. Milwaukee.Join family and friends to see the heartwarming movingWonder during Schurz’s Family Movie Night. Doors open at 5:30, show starts at 6. Admission is free, snacks and pizza for sale to benefit Schurz student clubs. 

Sat., Apr 14, 8 am-3 pm, St. John’s Lutheran, Gym, 4939 W. Montrose. Find great used items during St. John’s Lutheran’s Annual Rummage Sale. Donations will...

Sat., Apr 14, 11 am-12 pm,Portage-Cragin Branch, 5108 W. Belmont.Children up to age 12 are invited toSensory Story Time. Build literacy skills and engage your senses with books, song, and play. Designed to work for kids with special needs.Free.

Sun., Apr 15, 3 pm, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3857 N. Kostner.Usher in spring with an afternoon of coffeehouse and salon music during Bach’s Coffee...

Wed., Apr 18, 11 am-12 pm,Portage Park Satellite Senior Center, 4100 N. Long. Want to make Portage Park more age-friendly? If so, please join in learning how...

Wed., Apr 18, 4-7 pm, Irving Park YMCA, 4251 W. Irving Park.Bring in samples of soil and water to be tested for lead for free during...

Thur., Apr 19, 12-7 pm, Schurz High School, 3801 N. Milwaukee.Hundreds of gently used books will be for sale or for free during the Schurz Used Book Sale & Giveaway. Kids are also invited to come out for a story time with dogs from Safe Humane (time TBD). Costs vary depending on purchases. 

Tue., Apr 24- 6-8 pm, Eden United Church of Christ, 5051 W. Gunnison. Eden United hosts aFaith and Health Community of Practice. This is a gather for leaders...

Tue., Apr 24, 7 pm, Pasta D’Arte, 6311 N. Milwaukee. Meet neighbors and get involved in your community during theGladstone Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting.Free.

Wed., Apr 25, 12-1:30 pm, Cook County Elder Justice Center, 50 W. Washington, Courtroom 2005.The senior enrichment seminar series hosts a Financial Literacy: Managing and Protecting Your Assets seminar. RSVP: 312-603-9233. Free. 

Wed., Apr 25, 7 pm,Congregational Church of Jefferson Park, Basement Auditorium, 5320 W. Giddings.Meet neighbors and discuss how to improve your community during theJefferson Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting...

Wed., Apr 26, 7 pm, St. Bartholomew, Krueger Hall, 4910 W. Addison.Learn what you can do about crime during the1634 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4521. Free.

Sat., Apr 28, 9:30 am, Austin Irving Library, 6100 W. Irving Park. A guest speaker from Proven Winners will attend thePortage Park Garden Club meeting. Seed exchange and discussion to follow speaker. More info: email organizers. Free.

Sun., Apr 29, 10 am-2 pm,Copernicus Center, Annex Space, 5214 W. Lawrence. TheJefferson Park Sunday Markethosts their final winter market in the annex space at the Copernicus Center. There is even a cash bar to make your brunch a little more interesting.Cost of purchases.

    April 13, 2018 Update
    Dear Neighbor, The annual Forward March Pub Crawl is back, and this year it is even bigger and better. Strap on your walking shoes and pull up a bar stool while you socialize with neighbors, support local businesses, raise funds for a good cause, and celebrate spring.
    http://ward45.org

Apr 13

Updated 5 days ago

Fischman Bottle Shop

If you have a nuanced taste in craft beer and spirits, Fischman is one of the best in the city. They are one of two bottle shops in Chicago that carry Transient (out of Michigan and very limited). They get all the new and special release stuff from all the local and regional breweries. And its all fresh beer! Gus, the owner, sends the old beer back to the distributor. Plus, for those seeking Zombie Dust, Fischman always has it on the shelf!

You owe it yourself to hit Fischman up!

  • Chuck Johnson Assistant Director, New Hope Community Food Pantry

    Interesting - where is it located?

Apr 13

Lost Dogs Illinois added a new photo.

Is This Your Lost Dog? #Chicago #IL #NorthMayfair (Lawrence & Tripp) Male German Shepherd Dog - Mix. Tan. Call 847-361-0383. This dog is not for adoption - finder will only accept calls/from the actual owner. Found 04/13/2018. Cook County. 60630. To see this pet’s location on the Helping Lost Pets Map: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/v2/?pID=2280182 More Info, Photos and to Contact: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=2280182


Feb 22

Updated Apr 13

Silverstein Petition to Ban Sale of Assault Weapons in Illinois

Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America.

Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois. The legislation spells out which weapons are included in the definition of assault weapons and also includes the sale of so-called “large capacity ammunition feeding devices” of more than 10 rounds in a...

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Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America.

Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois. The legislation spells out which weapons are included in the definition of assault weapons and also includes the sale of so-called “large capacity ammunition feeding devices” of more than 10 rounds in a single magazine, belt or drum.

If you share Sen. Silverstein's concerns about gun safety in our state, particularly in light of the mass shootings in Florida, Texas and Las Vegas, please provide your contact information to stay updated on this legislation and other gun safety bills the senator sponsors. Thanks.

http://tinyurl.com/y8a3234p

    Silverstein Petition to Ban Sale of Assault Weapons in Illinois
    Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America. Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois.
    http://docs.google.com
  • It is disconcerting that the disingenuous anti-gun advocacy movement deliberately sacrifice truth to advance their agenda. They value agenda more than they value truth. The tactic of prevarication, employed to achieve their objective, is best summed up in a quote. "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." (Adolph Hitler)

  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

Apr 10

Updated Apr 12

Women's underwear?

Guys, we are demo-ing our basement, and we found these weird small plastic bags of women's underwear stuffed into the ceiling insulation. Do we have a Dateline situation in our ceiling? What do you think the police station would do if I walked in with underwear and told them I had concerns?

When we were tearing down a wall in the kitchen, we also found a pink pair of women's underwear and some heineken bottles. We just laughed it off. But maybe we shouldn't have?

Why is pink women's underwear hidden in our ceilings?

  • Thank you eyeinthesky, that is helpful.

    It just occurred to me that they also had a large freezer in the garage when we first looked at the house..

    ..but they also owned a restaurant..

  • paul in jefferson jefferson park resident

    Give them to Anthony Hairbrain.

Mar 12

Updated Apr 12

Learn English For Free. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00-3:00 pm

To register: Come to Mayfair Library. 4400 W Lawrence, Chicago, IL 60630 Friday, March 30 at 12:00 pm. Registration is 2 hours. Class begins April 9. Questions? Call Karen Parrillo at (773) 784-2900 ext. 120 Thank you

Apr 11

Updated Apr 12

Dog collar found

Just found this in Eugene Park, next to the basketball court. I tried calling the phone #, but its not working. If anyone knows the dog or the owner please let me know. Thanks.

Apr 12

Apr 11

Alderman Margaret Laurino, 39th Ward added 2 ...

A successful and well-attended fundraising event to support the positive transformation of the vacant lot at 4546 N. Kedvale was organized last week by the Mayfair Park Advisory Council. Special shout out to Nadine Karavidas and Marie's Pizza and Liquors Official Page who generously hosted the fundraiser. Additionally, the City Council last week approved $48,552 in expenditure of Open Space Impact Fees for the acquisition of 4546 N Kedvale at Alderman Laurino's request. If you were unable to attend the party last Thursday, consider supporting these efforts by contributing on the designated GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/transformthetriangle Every dollar counts!


Apr 09

Free Shredding Events in Chicago Area — April 2018

4561 N Pulaski Rd

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5333 N. Western Ave (next to Drake and Sons Funeral Home)

    Free Shredding Events in Chicago Area - April 2018 |
    FREE Shredding Event all over Chicago in April 2018 or just head on over to Office Depot to shred 5 pounds of documents for free with THIS COUPON. Tax season is a great opportunity to get rid of unneeded financial information and paperwork. A pound of paper is roughly a 1/2-inch stack.
    http://chicagofree.info

Apr 09

Hit and Run

Someone hit the drivers side of my car. It was parked on Ainslie, between Avers Avenue and Hamlin. It is a Cranberry Red, Ford Fusion. The incident happened sometime between Friday, April 6th after 3:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 8th before 8:30 a.m. Please let me know if you saw the hit and run, or if you heard the accident.

Thank you,

Lisa

Apr 02

Updated Apr 08

We're Not Finished!!!

WE'RE NOT FINISHED
March for Our Lives Chicago was an incredibly inspiring first step in a massive movement. Thank you for your support. Together we are a force for change.

But we are just getting started.

We need to keep fighting for social and political solutions for gun reform. We set up a list of actions we can all take to keep the momentum.

Are you with us? Keep Fighting
I WANT TO KEEP FIGHTING-click here:
http://act.everytown.org/go/69207?t=6&akid=93655%2E1454441%2EJJqF9f

Watch this: 'Our...

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WE'RE NOT FINISHED
March for Our Lives Chicago was an incredibly inspiring first step in a massive movement. Thank you for your support. Together we are a force for change.

But we are just getting started.

We need to keep fighting for social and political solutions for gun reform. We set up a list of actions we can all take to keep the momentum.

Are you with us? Keep Fighting
I WANT TO KEEP FIGHTING-click here:
http://act.everytown.org/go/69207?t=6&akid=93655%2E1454441%2EJJqF9f

Watch this: 'Our lives matter. My daughter's life mattered.' — Here's why the people of Chicago came out to #MarchForOurLives
https://donate.everytown.org/go/69208?t=7&akid=93655%2E1454441%2EJJqF9f

Read this: Young activists rally for gun reform at March for Our Lives Chicago march in Union Park - in The Chicago Tribune
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-march-for-our-lives-scribble-20180323-htmlstory.html

Sign up for Strides for Peace to promote gun reform in Chicago
https://www.stridesforpeace.org/

Join a local Moms Demand Action chapter to effect change on gun reform with other committed activists
https://act.everytown.org/signup/Join-Moms/?source=mdmo_MomsMain&utm_source=md_m_&utm_medium=_o&utm_campaign=MomsMain

Sign the petition to override Governor Rauner's veto on gun licensing in Illinois
https://ilgvp.com/ouronejob-petition/

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/gatheractivism/

    Keep Fighting
    http://gatheractivism.com
  • Is this Facebook?

  • Why doesn't Bob confine his proselytizing to a single post? Perhaps because he has gotten significant push back on his other threads that address much the same subject matter or perhaps he feels that it is advantageous to blanket Everyblock with multiple posts to spread his anti-gun "gospel" to a wider audience.

Apr 08

Apr 04

Updated Apr 07

Side swept car on Wilson

Only reason I parked my car on Wilson was because of ComEd. I hate parking my car on Wilson because I dread getting my car side swept and of course at 2:30 am today I heard a bang and my car alarm go off. I didn’t get to see who did it in time but a neighbor came out and said they went west towards Pulaski on Wilson. This happened at St. Louis & Wilson. I am wondering if anyone...

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Only reason I parked my car on Wilson was because of ComEd. I hate parking my car on Wilson because I dread getting my car side swept and of course at 2:30 am today I heard a bang and my car alarm go off. I didn’t get to see who did it in time but a neighbor came out and said they went west towards Pulaski on Wilson. This happened at St. Louis & Wilson. I am wondering if anyone has cameras that may have captured the vehicle around this time? In the morning I’ll be able to see the paint color. I also found this in the street, it’s a long shot but maybe someone knows what kind of car it belongs to. It’s snowing but it isn’t that slippery to cause someone to do this.

  • ShleinAlbanyPark

    I found it’s a 1997 bmw 528i. But if anyone has footage it would be helpful

  • 1. File a police report.
    2. Contact your insurance agency, scoop out $500 deductible (easier said than done) and get your car back and fixed in a couple of weeks.
    3. Stop playing detective, it's not going to get you anything but frustration, been there done that.
    Good luck be safe

  • Careyann Old Irving resident

    I'm so sorry this happened to you. I'm an insurance professional with over 20 years in the business. File the police report and get 2-3 damage estimates. Damage estimates are free except for your time and trouble. If you cannot contact and work out a way for the other driver...

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    I'm so sorry this happened to you. I'm an insurance professional with over 20 years in the business. File the police report and get 2-3 damage estimates. Damage estimates are free except for your time and trouble. If you cannot contact and work out a way for the other driver to pay for the damage they caused to your vehicle either out of pocket or through their reputable insurance carrier, ie if the agent is someone like Insurance King, Talrow Insurance, Marvell Towers as opposed to State Farm, Geico, Progressive or another big company you may want to look to your own insurance company provided you have comprehensive aka other than collision coverage. Reason being non-standard insurance companies generally don't have the best claim service and payment record. If, however, you have liability only, check your policy to see if you purchased uninsured motorist property damage coverage which MAY, depending on the terms of your insurance contract, respond to the damage caused in this incident. I hope this all works out for you!

Apr 07

Apr 06

Peterson Garden Project!

Gardening plots are still available at the NEIU campus through Peterson Garden Project!
This is our 4th summer gardening there and we love it and maybe you would too!
Go to https://petersongarden.org/garden-with-us/ for more info!

Apr 06

April 6, 2018 Update

Wed., Apr 18, 7 pm, 17th District Station, Community Room, 4650 N. Pulaski. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1722-1723 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

Thur., Apr 19, 1-4 pm, 17th District Police Station, Parking Lot, 4651 N. Pulaski. The 17th District Police Station is hosting a Shred-A-Thon. Bring old sensitive documents and help prevent identity theft. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

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The 5000-block of West Sunnyside at 4 am March 21;

The 4600-block of North Milwaukee between 11 pm March 20 and 5 am March 21

The 5000-block of West Windsor between 8:45 pm March 20 and 7 am March 21;

The 5900-block of North Austin at 4:40 am March 27;

The 5800-block of North Markham between 5 pm March 27 and 7 am March 28;

The 5500-block of North Marmora between 10 am March 27 and 9:30 am March 28;

The 4200-block of North Leclaire between March 28 and March 29; and

The 5200-block of West Windsor between March 28 and March 29.

During the month of April, the 16th District Police Station, 5151 N. Milwaukee, will be collecting diaper wipes, diapers, new socks, new underwear and new pajamas.

Olive’s Neighborhood Garden for the Hungry is hosting their annual fundraiser this Saturday, April 7, from 3 to 6 pm at Rabbit’s Bar & Grill, 4945 W. Foster. There will be raffles for items donated by local businesses, and a cash prize!

The morning of Saturday, April 7, at 9:30 am, volunteers will meet at Lydia Home, 4839 W. Irving Park, for coffee, donuts, and supplies. Volunteers are encouraged to wear old clothing that can get dirty and bring work gloves. Volunteers will work until roughly 12:30 pm.

Bar crawlers will meet at Jefferson Inn, 4874 N. Milwaukee, at 2 pm, where they will then make their way through Jefferson Park, visiting a...

...of neighborhood bars along the way. The pub crawl will end at Hops and Barley, 4359 N. Milwaukee. Crawlers will spend approximately one hour at each bar before moving on to the next...

16th District Police are hosting a seminar entitled Keeping Your Child Safe: A Conversation about Sexual Abuse and Internet Safety. The seminar is Tuesday, April 17, at 7 pm, at the Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence.

Many celebrate Earth Day as a time of service in the community with cleaning, planting, and educational events. Keeler Gardens, 3631 N. Keeler, would like to invite you to connect with nature after your day of service.

Hands to Help Ministries is hosting their annual Trivia Night fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, at 7:00 pm in the gym at Irving Park Lutheran Church, 4057 N. Harding.

Beaubien Elementary is hosting its annual Spring Fling fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm at Biagio’s, 4242 N. Central.

Classes meet every Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Education and Training Division at 1300 W. Jackson. Participants are required to commit to attending at least 8 of the 10 sessions.

Wilbur Wright College, 4300 N. Narragansett

Mather’s – Portage Park, 3235 N. Central

Mathers – Norwood Park, 7134 W. Higgins

Mon., Apr 9, 7 pm, Eris Brewery & Cider House, 4240 W. Irving Park. Tour Eris Brewery followed by a few announcements and social time during the Old Irving Park Association meeting. More info: online. Cash Bar.

Wed., Apr 11, 7 pm, Dunham Park, 4638 N. Melvina. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1622 beat meeting. Find your beat at the 45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4521.Free.

Wed., Apr 11, 7 pm, Athletic Field Park, Fieldhouse, 3546 W. Addison.Learn what you can do about crime during the1732-1733 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

Thur., Apr 12, 12-1:30 pm, Cook County Elder Justice Center, 50 W. Washington, Courtroom 2005.The senior enrichment seminar series hosts a Managing Evictions and Code Violations: Useful Tools. RSVP: 312-603-9233. Free.

Fri., Apr 13, 9:30 am-3:30 pm,Portage Park Senior Center, 4100 N. Long.Find great deals at the Portage Park Flea Market. Parking available at Berteau/Linder.Cost of purchases. 

Fri., Apr 13, 5:30 pm, Schurz High School, Auditorium, 3601 N. Milwaukee.Join family and friends to see the heartwarming movingWonder during Schurz’s Family Movie Night. Doors open at 5:30, show starts at 6. Admission is free, snacks and pizza for sale to benefit Schurz student clubs. 

Sat., Apr 14, 8 am-3 pm, St. John’s Lutheran, Gym, 4939 W. Montrose. Find great used items during St. John’s Lutheran’s Annual Rummage Sale. Donations will...

Sat., Apr 14, 11 am-12 pm,Portage-Cragin Branch, 5108 W. Belmont. Children up to age 12 are invited to Sensory Story Time. Build literacy skills and engage your senses with books, song, and play. Designed to work for kids with special needs.Free.

Sun., Apr 15, 3 pm, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3857 N. Kostner.Usher in spring with an afternoon of coffeehouse and salon music during Bach’s Coffee...

Thur., Apr 19, 12-7 pm, Schurz High School, 3801 N. Milwaukee.Hundreds of gently used books will be for sale or for free during the Schurz Used Book Sale & Giveaway. Kids are also invited to come out for a story time with dogs from Safe Humane (time TBD). Costs vary depending on purchases. 

Tue., Apr 24- 6-8 pm, Eden United Church of Christ, 5051 W. Gunnison. Eden United hosts aFaith and Health Community of Practice. This is a gather for leaders...

Tue., Apr 24, 7 pm, Pasta D’Arte, 6311 N. Milwaukee. Meet neighbors and get involved in your community during theGladstone Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting.Free.

Wed., Apr 25, 7 pm,Congregational Church of Jefferson Park, Basement Auditorium, 5320 W. Giddings.Meet neighbors and discuss how to improve your community during theJefferson Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting...

Wed., Apr 26, 7 pm, St. Bartholomew, Krueger Hall, 4910 W. Addison.Learn what you can do about crime during the1634 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4521. Free.

Sat., Apr 28, 9:30 am, Austin Irving Library, 6100 W. Irving Park. A guest speaker from Proven Winners will attend thePortage Park Garden Club meeting. Seed exchange and discussion to follow speaker. More info: email organizers. Free.

Sun., Apr 29, 10 am-2 pm,Copernicus Center, Annex Space, 5214 W. Lawrence. TheJefferson Park Sunday Markethosts their final winter market in the annex space at the Copernicus Center. There is even a cash bar to make your brunch a little more interesting.Cost of purchases.

    April 6, 2018 Update
    Dear Neighbor, Please be advised that there will be no Ward Night on Tuesday, April 10. I apologize for any inconvenience. Please be aware that beginning this month, Department of Water Management crews will begin to install a new sewer main in West Balmoral from North Mobile to North Nashville, in North Neenah from West Balmoral to West Higgins, and in North Nashville from West Balmoral to 200-feet south.
    http://ward45.org

Apr 04

Updated Apr 06

Edgebrook Resident Mike Royko's April 5, 1968 Article on the Assassination of Dr. King (Post 2 of 2)

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And behind them were the subtle ones, those who never say anything bad but just nod when the bigot throws out his strong opinions.

He is actually the worst, the nodder is, because sometimes he believes differently but he says nothing. He doesn’t want to cause trouble. For Pete’s sake, don’t cause trouble!

So when his brother-in-law or his card-playing buddy from across the alley spews out the racial filth, he...

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And behind them were the subtle ones, those who never say anything bad but just nod when the bigot throws out his strong opinions.

He is actually the worst, the nodder is, because sometimes he believes differently but he says nothing. He doesn’t want to cause trouble. For Pete’s sake, don’t cause trouble!

So when his brother-in-law or his card-playing buddy from across the alley spews out the racial filth, he nods.

Give some credit to the most subtle of the subtle. That distinction belongs to the FBI, now looking for King’s killer.

That agency took part in a mudslinging campaign against him that to this day demands an investigation.

The bullet that hit King came from all directions. Every two-bit politician or incompetent editorial writer found in him, not themselves, the cause of our racial problems.

It was almost ludicrous. The man came on the American scene preaching nonviolence from the first day he sat at the wrong end of a bus. He preached it in the North and was hit with rocks. He talked it the day he was murdered.

Hypocrites all over this country would kneel every Sunday morning and mouth messages to Jesus Christ. Then they would come out and tell each other, after reading the papers, that somebody should string up King, who was living Christianity like few Americans ever have.

Maybe it was the simplicity of his goal that confused people or the way he dramatized it.

He wanted only that black Americans have their constitutional rights, that they get an equal shot at this country’s benefits, the same thing we give to the last guy who jumped off the boat.

So we killed him. Just as we killed Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. No other country kills so many of its best people.

Last Sunday night the President said he was quitting after this term. He said this country is so filled with hate it might help if he got out. Four days later we killed a Nobel Peace Prize winner.

  • I remember this day and the many others like it. Thank you for posting.

  • Thank you for posting. How sad that 50 years later we are still fighting the same hatred and bigotry.

Apr 04

Updated Apr 05

Edgebrook Resident Mike Royko's April 5, 1968 Article on the Assassination of Dr. King (Post 1 of 2)

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Greetings My Neighbors!

At 6:05 PM CST today on April 4, 1968 the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered (with a Remington rifle) by a white man who was a known criminal. You know the story of course, and that's important as it's our history. On this 50th Anniversary of the violent assassination of Dr. King, I share...

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Greetings My Neighbors!

At 6:05 PM CST today on April 4, 1968 the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered (with a Remington rifle) by a white man who was a known criminal. You know the story of course, and that's important as it's our history. On this 50th Anniversary of the violent assassination of Dr. King, I share with you the words of Edgebrook resident Mike Royko. He would publish this tomorrow, April 5, 1968.

Mike Royko: Millions in his Firing Squad
April 5, 1968

FBI agents are looking for the man who pulled the trigger and surely they will find him.

But it doesn’t matter if they do or they don’t. They can’t catch everybody, and Martin Luther King was executed by a firing squad that numbered in the millions.

They took part, from all over the country, pouring words of hate into the ear of the assassin.

The man with the gun did what he was told. Millions of bigots, subtle and obvious, put it in his hand and assured him he was doing the right thing.

It would be easy to point at the Southern redneck and say he did it. But what of the Northern disk-jockey-turned-commentator, with his slippery words of hate every morning?

What about the Northern mayor who steps all over every poverty program advancement, thinking only of political expediency, until riots fester, whites react with more hate and the gap between the races grows bigger?

Toss in the congressman with the stupid arguments against busing. And the pathetic women who turn out with eggs in their hands to throw at children.

Let us not forget the law-and-order type politicians who are in favor of arresting all Negro prostitutes in the vice districts. When you ask them to vote for laws that would eliminate some of the causes of prostitution, they babble like the bums they are.

Throw in a Steve Telow or two: the Eastern and Southern European immigrant or his kid who seems to be convinced that in 40 or 50 years he built this country. There was nothing here until he arrived, you see, so that gives him the right to pitch rocks when Martin Luther King walks down the street in his neighborhood.

  • Thank you Jac. A very timely post speaking truth to all of us.

Mar 26

Updated Apr 05

Need some reco's....

Hi All...

Need a couple of recommendations, hopefully in Albany Park. I need a plumber, and someone to re-do the stairs going into my basement...whole thing (taking out the old stairs, putting in the new stairs, finishing and/or painting them as well). Thanks!

Apr 03

Updated Apr 04

$7.00 Pet Microchipping at Pet Supplies Plus for a Limited Time

National Pet ID Week is in April. To celebrate, Pet Supplies Plus is offering microchipping for just $7 at VIP Petcare operated clinics at Pet Supplies Plus locations. Now through June 4, 2018, you can receive a voucher in-store with any purchase. A voucher is required.
Microchips from VIP Petcare include lifetime registration - no need to worry about extra fees or updating your address if you move. Their microchips also meet ISO requirements which means the chips can be scanned with any microchip scanner, even internationally.

  • That's great! Hope a lot of pet owners take advantage.

Apr 03

Mar 27

Updated Apr 02

Hi, am new to EveryBlock.

I've been attending the CAPS meetings and will be at the next one
on Apr 18! Would be interested in meeting anyone along Leland.
I would also like to participate in the neighborhood cleanup on Apr 21.

Tks
Doug

  • Welcome to your neighborhood, Bob! I think you'd get more of a response if you mention what cross street of Leland you are near. That's a long street. :)
    Are they promoting a neighborhood cleanup at the CAPS meeting? Cool!

Apr 08 2017

Updated Apr 01

Medical appointment pick up

Does anyone know of any services that provide this in Chicago? All the ones I've seen online are or ambulatory care or geared toward people with disabilities or senior citizens. I'm neither. I'm having a small surgical procedure done under anesthesia and I need to find someone to pick me up. I don't have any family locally and no one else that is able to help. The surgery center will not allow me to use an Uber or taxi and...

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Does anyone know of any services that provide this in Chicago? All the ones I've seen online are or ambulatory care or geared toward people with disabilities or senior citizens. I'm neither. I'm having a small surgical procedure done under anesthesia and I need to find someone to pick me up. I don't have any family locally and no one else that is able to help. The surgery center will not allow me to use an Uber or taxi and want me to provide a name of someone they can call when I am ready to be released. I'm looking for services similar to these two (links below) but neither are in Chicago. I don't need any special car or services. With the size of the city, you'd think they'd have something here but I can't find anything. As I start to get older, I do worry that I'll need this more often. Any ideas are appreciated.

www.discreetchaperone.com/services

www.appointmentcompanions.com

  • They won't let you go home in a cab. This is just a fancy name for the same thing.

  • @Jamie, most cab drivers will not get out of the car and go to a doctors office to pick up a fare. a car service with a professional driver will.

Mar 31

    PLEASE...We Need Help to Use Our Projector! | DonorsChoose.org project by Mrs. Stavrakas
    My students need a projector screen, stand, and speakers to utilize all the capabilities of our projector in the classroom. I teach second grade. My students come into my classroom everyday excited, enthusiastic, ready and eager to learn! They are dedicated and hardworking children and their love for learning will only...
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Mar 30

March 30, 2018 Update

Wed., Apr 18, 7 pm, 17th District Station, Community Room, 4650 N. Pulaski. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1722-1723 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

Thur., Apr 19, 1-4 pm, 17th District Police Station, Parking Lot, 4651 N. Pulaski. The 17th District Police Station is hosting a Shred-A-Thon. Bring old sensitive documents and help prevent identity theft. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

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...a local restaurant to enjoy Easter brunch this Sunday. Local favorites, such as Fannie’s (5040 W. Montrose) and Community Tavern (4038 N. Milwaukee), have special menus to celebrate the holiday. Other local...

...brunch this Sunday. Local favorites, such as Fannie’s (5040 W. Montrose) and Community Tavern (4038 N. Milwaukee), have special menus to celebrate the holiday. Other local restaurants, such as Elly’s Pancake...

...special menus to celebrate the holiday. Other local restaurants, such as Elly’s Pancake House (5310 N. Milwaukee) and Shila’s Restaurant (3938 N. Cicero), have delectable items on their menu sure to...

...local restaurants, such as Elly’s Pancake House (5310 N. Milwaukee) and Shila’s Restaurant (3938 N. Cicero), have delectable items on their menu sure to please any palate...

Olive’s Neighborhood Garden for the Hungry is hosting its annual fundraiser on Saturday, April 7, from 3 to 6 pm at Rabbit’s Bar & Grill, 4945 W. Foster. There will be raffles for items donated by local businesses, and a cash prize!

The morning of Saturday, April 7, at 9:30 am, volunteers will meet at Lydia Home, 4839 W. Irving Park, for coffee, donuts, and supplies. Volunteers are encouraged to wear old clothing that can get dirty and bring work gloves. Volunteers will work until roughly 12:30 pm.

Bar crawlers will meet at Jefferson Inn, 4874 N. Milwaukee, at 2 pm, where they will then make their way through Jefferson Park, visiting a...

...of neighborhood bars along the way. The pub crawl will end at Hops and Barley, 4359 N. Milwaukee. Crawlers will spend approximately one hour at each bar before moving on to the next...

16th District Police are hosting a seminar entitled Keeping Your Child Safe: A Conversation about Sexual Abuse and Internet Safety. The seminar is Tuesday, April 17, at 7 pm, at the Copernicus Center, 5216 W. Lawrence.

Hands to Help Ministries is hosting their annual Trivia Night fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, at 7:00 pm in the gym at Irving Park Lutheran Church, 4057 N. Harding.

Beaubien Elementary is hosting its annual Spring Fling fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm at Biagio’s, 4242 N. Central.

Classes meet every Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Education and Training Division at 1300 W. Jackson. Participants are required to commit to attending at least 8 of the 10 sessions.

Wilbur Wright College, 4300 N. Narragansett

Mather’s – Portage Park, 3235 N. Central

Mathers – Norwood Park, 7134 W. Higgins

Sat. March 31, 10 am-12 pm, Grace Covenant Church, 4201 N. Monticello.Prepare for the holiday during anEaster Craft Party. More info: emailTroy Cady. Free.

Sun., Apr 1, 8, 9, & 11 am, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3857 N. Kostner. Enjoy coffee, treats, and an Easter Egg Hunt following each service at St. John’s Episcopal.Free.

Tue., Apr 3, 7 pm,Independence Park Bungalow, 3900 N. Hamlin.Join neighbors to learn how you can participate in supporting your neighborhood at the monthlyGIPNA Board Meeting. Free.

Tue., Apr 3, 10:30 am-7 pm,Northeastern Illinois University Alumni Hall, 5500 N. St. Louis. The Green Conservation Group invites you to attend the 3rd Annual Green Initiatives Conference. More info: online. Free.

Mon., Apr 9, 7 pm, Irving Park Baptist Church, Basement, 4401 W. Irving Park.Meet neighbors and discuss how to improve your community during the Old Irving Park Association meeting. More info: online. Free.

Wed., Apr 11, 7 pm, Dunham Park, 4638 N. Melvina. Learn what you can do about crime during the 1622 beat meeting. Find your beat at the 45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4521.Free.

Wed., Apr 11, 7 pm, Athletic Field Park, Fieldhouse, 3546 W. Addison.Learn what you can do about crime during the1732-1733 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4588. Free.

Thur., Apr 12, 12-1:30 pm, Cook County Elder Justice Center, 50 W. Washington, Courtroom 2005.The senior enrichment seminar series hosts a Managing Evictions and Code Violations: Useful Tools. RSVP: 312-603-9233. Free.

Sat., Apr 14, 11 am-12 pm,Portage-Cragin Branch, 5108 W. Belmont. Children up to age 12 are invited to Sensory Story Time. Build literacy skills and engage your senses with books, song, and play. Designed to work for kids with special needs.Free.

Wed., Apr 18, 11 am-12 pm,Portage Park Satellite Senior Center, 4100 N. Long. Want to make Portage Park more age-friendly? If so, please join in learning how...

Tue., Apr 24, 7 pm, Pasta D’Arte, 6311 N. Milwaukee. Meet neighbors and get involved in your community during theGladstone Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting.Free.

Wed., Apr 25, 7 pm,Congregational Church of Jefferson Park, Basement Auditorium, 5320 W. Giddings.Meet neighbors and discuss how to improve your community during theJefferson Park Neighborhood Associationmonthly meeting...

Wed., Apr 26, 7 pm, St. Bartholomew, Krueger Hall, 4910 W. Addison.Learn what you can do about crime during the1634 beat meeting. Find your beat at the45th ward map. More info: 312-742-4521. Free.

Sun., Apr 29, 10 am-2 pm,Copernicus Center, Annex Space, 5214 W. Lawrence. TheJefferson Park Sunday Markethosts their final winter market in the annex space at the Copernicus Center. There is even a cash bar to make your brunch a little more interesting.Cost of purchases.

    March 30, 2018 Update
    Dear Neighbor, Please be advised that in observance of the Easter holiday, my office will be closed on Saturday, March 31. It will re-open on Monday, April 2, at 9 am. Consider patronizing a local restaurant to enjoy Easter brunch this Sunday. Local favorites, such as Fannie's (5040 W.
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Mar 30

Mar 29

4/19: CAPS - 017th District Albany Park Shred...

4/19: CAPS - 017th District Albany Park Shred-a-thon When: Thursday, April 19, 1 - 4pm Where: 4651 N. Pulaski Rd. (in the parking lot across from the 017th District Police Station) Details about what can be shredded (and what can't) below. Spread the word!


Mar 28

Updated Mar 29

Filming at Bernard & Lawrence

I didn't see this on any of the notices posted on the 33rd ward Facebook page, but there was a crew on Bernard & Lawrence and they were filming right in front of the Post Office at 4749 N Bernard St. The Post office was closed due to the filming.

The Bernard street was also blocked at Leland.

It also smells heavy of fire in the surrounding area.

Mar 29

Mar 28

Man followed girl, 11, into Albany Park neighborhood store, tried to kidnap her: police

Gary L. Powell, 27, of the 4700 block of North Kedvale Avenue, was charged with attempted kidnapping. Powell appeared in court Wednesday afternoon, where Judge John Lyke denied bail.

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About 11:20 a.m. Tuesday, Powell allegedly followed the girl into a store in the 3600 block of West Montrose Avenue, and then up to the cash register, helping her place items on the counter, police said.

    Man followed girl, 11, into Albany Park neighborhood store, tried to kidnap her: police
    A 27-year-old man is accused of trying to kidnap an 11-year-old girl on Tuesday in the Albany Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side, Chicago police said. Gary L. Powell, 27, of the 4700 block of North Kedvale Avenue, was charged with attempted kidnapping. Powell appeared in court Wednesday afternoon, where Judge John Lyke denied bail.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Mar 28

    Mayfair groups hold fundraiser for a proposed park
    by KEVIN GROSS The Mayfair Civic Association and the Mayfair Park Advisory Council are raising funds to purchase a vacant triangular parcel at 4546 N. Kedvale Ave. to turn it into a community playlot. The 12,500-square-foot parcel is bordered by Kedvale Avenue, Kasson Avenue and Wilson Avenue.
    http://nadignewspapers.com

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