Neighborhood News

A quick couple things for your calendar – SWINE & ROSÉS Chef’s blackboard menu will prominently feature swine of all kinds (prosciutto, mortadella, pork belly & more) served in a variety of unique ways, to be enjoyed as you partake in our lovely, Free Rosé Wine Tasting. No tickets to purchase, simply walk-in. Wed, May … Continue reading

Chicago Market Letter of Support

To Whom It May Concern: I am writing in enthusiastic support of Chicago Market's plan to open a full- service, community-owned cooperative grocery store on the North Side of Chicago/in Uptown at the Wilson Red Line Stop on the CTA (the "Gerber Building").  As an active community resident and member of (GROUP NAME) in Uptown, … Continue reading Chicago Market Letter of Support

You Can Help Bring Chicago Market, A Community Co-Op Grocery Store to Uptown

Chicago Market, A community co-op grocery store, is in the process of applying to the CTA to lease a location at the Wilson stop on the Red Line, otherwise known as the Gerber building. This iconic building has graced the Uptown landscape since the 1920’s. Now that the renovation of the Wilson stop is nearly … Continue reading You Can Help Bring Chicago Market, A Community Co-Op Grocery Store to Uptown

“Nearly 50” – Pride Arts Center celebrates its first Pride Month on Broadway with 30 days of plays, readings and special events

On the cusp of the 50th Anniversary of the seminal gay play The Boys in the Band Pride Arts Center presents a slate of readings, productions and special events that look at gay works past and present. Staged readings are The Boys in the Band by Mart Crowley (1968) and Jumpers for Goalposts by Tom … Continue reading “Nearly 50” – Pride Arts Center celebrates its first Pride Month on Broadway with 30 days of plays, readings and special events

911 vs. 311 – When to call 311 and when to call 911?

911 vs. 311 – When to call 311 and when to call 911? The primary functions of 311 are to: o  Provide information about city services and events o  Process requests for city services such as missing signs, graffiti, burned out street/traffic lights, leaking water mains, pot holes, etc. o  Process non-emergency police requests when there is no … Continue reading 911 vs. 311 – When to call 311 and when to call 911?