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The Landmark in Andersonville Ready For a New Chapter

By Keely Jones | Sunday, April 13, 2014
The Landmark in Andersonville Ready For a New Chapter

Jan Baxter believes in her core that it’s not enough to just own and operate a business. Rather,  it is the responsibility of everyone in the community to invest in and participate in growth and development for the good of all residents. She has worked tirelessly to promote Andersonville both as a resident and...

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Fido to Go! Our Favorite Pet Food Truck Coming Soon

By Claudia Moreno | Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Fido to Go! Our Favorite Pet Food Truck Coming Soon

Spring is in the air and Fido is cheerfully wagging his tail burying the latest polar vortex deep in Chicago’s historical past!  What could make your canine companion happier than dry paws and fur waving in the warm breeze?  Perhaps a wholesome, no additives or sugar and gluten-free doggie snowball donut will help your...

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Iconic Charlie Chaplin Theatre Up For Auction

By Daniel Zagotta | Monday, April 14, 2014
Iconic Charlie Chaplin Theatre Up For Auction

Commuters and local residents pass by this unique building everyday at 5757 North Ridge and ask themselves what is happening with that unusual building? The building has a lot of history but the original purpose was that of a silent movie theatre for Charlie Chaplin.  Built in 1918, the space functioned as a movie...

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The Landmark in Andersonville Ready For a New Chapter

By Keely Jones | Sunday, April 13, 2014
The Landmark in Andersonville Ready For a New Chapter

Jan Baxter believes in her core that it’s not enough to just own and operate a business. Rather,  it is the responsibility of everyone in the community to invest in and participate in growth and development for the good of all residents. She has worked tirelessly to promote Andersonville both as a resident and...

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Edgewater’s First 5k Run/Walk This September

By announcement | Saturday, April 12, 2014
Edgewater’s First 5k Run/Walk This September

The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Alderman Harry Osterman, Star Events, and 11 local schools to produce the first annual Edgewater 5k Run/Walk. The Edgewater 5k provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy everything Edgewater has to offer. Produced by Star Events, Chicago’s award-winning event company which specializes in producing world-class community celebrations...

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Best of Andersonville Awards! And the Winners Are…

By Keely Jones | Thursday, April 10, 2014
Best of Andersonville Awards! And the Winners Are…

Tuesday April 8 was the annual Andersonville Honor‘s Gala, hosted at the Fireside Grill. The Andersonville Development Corporation alongside the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce  handed out “Best of” awards  to honor volunteers and businesses  that make our neighborhood feel so tight-knit and unique in the city of Chicago. There to hand out the awards and...

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Solicitors In Edgeville Make Their Pitch

By Betty Tsamis, Esq. | Wednesday, April 9, 2014

As the weather warms up, solicitors on Edgeville’s streets will start delivering their pitches and asking you for money. You might encounter these solicitors while running errands on Clark Street on a warm day, or find them ringing your doorbell at the most annoying times. The solicitors I refer to in this post are...

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Edgewater Gets Positive On Crime

By Keely Jones | Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Edgewater Gets Positive On Crime

Chicago has always been plagued with the stereotype of  being an aggressive and crime-ridden city to live in. Our community of Edgewater has had its fair share of shootings and violent episodes in the last few month, making residents nervous to walk around our own area. But we are also the community that comes together...

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Andersonville Attacked By Zombies!

By Keely Jones | Monday, April 7, 2014
Andersonville Attacked By Zombies!

Don’t be surprised if you see a ton of zombies rolling through the bars of Andersonville on Saturday, May 10. Contrary to what it looks like, it will not be the end of the world or an apocalyptic takeover. In fact, the zombies making their way through Andersonville will be drinking and dragging from bar to...

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New Vietnamese Restaurant Opens in Edgewater

| Sunday, April 6, 2014
New Vietnamese Restaurant Opens in Edgewater

“Little Vietnam,” a new restaurant offering “Authentic Vietnam Cuisine” opened in Edgewater today in the former “Just Turkey” space at 1132 W. Bryn Mawr Ave, just a few steps west of the Bryn Mawr CTA red line stop.  The restaurant celebrated their opening with a dancing dragon, which represents prosperity in Vietnamese culture. We...

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Five Questions: David Melis, Edgewater Soaps

By Nora Brathol | Sunday, April 6, 2014
Five Questions: David Melis, Edgewater Soaps

David Melis grew up in Racine, Wisconsin, but became a true Illinoisian when he graduated with a degree in Library Science from the University of Illinois-Champaign.  An Edgewater resident since 1993, David has worked in Public Libraries around the state, including in Niles, Wilmette and Des Plaines.  He began making soap in 2001 after...

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Raven Theatre Gets Edgy, Premieres “Good Boys and True”

By Claudia Moreno | Friday, April 4, 2014
Raven Theatre Gets Edgy, Premieres “Good Boys and True”

The locker room and the sex videotape that circulates in a Washington D.C. boys’ prep school create the center stage for this Jeff recommended edgy drama.  Director Cody Estle transforms Raven Theater’s West Stage into a small and intimate arena of a plot that unfolds as writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa  of Good Boys and True...

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Saving Trumbull. CPS Advisory Committee Recommends Landmarking

By Daniel Zagotta | Thursday, April 3, 2014
Saving Trumbull. CPS Advisory Committee Recommends Landmarking

Last week EVB brought to light the story of the old Trumbull school and its possible future demise. The now-shuttered building is sadly vacant for the first time in 100 years. The school, which has stood grandly at the corner of Foster and Ashland has been around longer than almost all of us and the...

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Argyle To Undergo Major “Shared Street” Redesign Soon

By Daniel Zagotta | Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Argyle To Undergo Major “Shared Street” Redesign Soon

Although Argyle Street is considered a part of our Uptown neighbor to the South, It falls within the 48th Ward and thus has big impact on Edgewater as well. Starting in late summer of this year, Argyle will be going through a unique and historic transformation as the first “shared street” in Chicago. The impact...

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