Edgeville Buzz

  • Catalytic Converter Thieves Are Working Edgewater With Particular Vehicles In Mind
    Catalytic Converter Thieves Are Working Edgewater With Particular Vehicles In Mind

    Chicago Police have issued a new warning concerning catalytic convertor thieves for the residents of both Edgewater (20th District) and Rogers Park (24th District). According to the release, the suspects have been targeting specific vehicles. These incidents have become all too common in Chicago with random cars targeted by area thieves. Catalytic converters are used in […]

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  • Andersonville Farmer’s Market Is Back With Eased Restrictions
    Andersonville Farmer’s Market Is Back With Eased Restrictions

    The Andersonville Farmer’s Market is back after covid guidelines forced the nation to rethink how they temporarily conducted business. This year those restrictions have been somewhat eased as Chicago slowly gets back to normal. Every Wednesday starting May 12, Catalpa between Clark and Ashland will be shut down to vehicular traffic so the Farmer’s Market […]

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  • Nookies Edgewater Will Remain Permanently Closed
    Nookies Edgewater Will Remain Permanently Closed

    After serving the neighborhood for nearly a decade and helping revitalize the historic Bryn Mawr corridor, Nookies management has announced that they will not reopen the Edgewater location. Nookies Edgewater has been closed since late March when the pandemic took over the nation and forced local businesses to temporarily close. The 1100 W. Bryn Mawr […]

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  • Local Help Strengthens As Race To Vaccinate Intensifies In Edgewater
    Local Help Strengthens As Race To Vaccinate Intensifies In Edgewater

    Like a page out of Hollywood script, the race to vaccinate the population becomes increasingly urgent as COVID variants create skyrocketing numbers in new cases across the country. For the most vulnerable residents in Edgewater and Andersonville, the drama is all too real as they search for life-saving shots that will protect them from the […]

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  • No Sidewalk Needed To Snag These Andersonville Sales
    No Sidewalk Needed To Snag These Andersonville Sales

    For bargain hunters who can’t wait until the annual Andersonville Sidewalk Sale this summer, the neighborhood shops that line the Clark Street corridor are cooking up some great buys next weekend in order to make way for Spring merchandise. Since 2018, the annual Andersonville InSidewalk Sale has provided some of the year’s best deals on […]

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  • No Andersonville Midsommerfest For 2021
    No Andersonville Midsommerfest For 2021

    For a second year in a row, Midsommarfest has been postponed in order to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus. The annual Summer festival was to take place June 11 – 13, 2021. Like last year however, the fun will have to wait. The Andersonville Midsommarfest is expected to return in 2022 from June […]

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  • Andersonville Store Scout Opens Unique “Côncept” Pop-Up Shop
    Andersonville Store Scout Opens Unique “Côncept” Pop-Up Shop

    “Why not surround yourself with beauty?” That is the question one Andersonville furniture and design store is asking its customers. To help aid in the search for the the perfect pieces, they have opened a new pop-up shop that features exceptional mid-century moderne finds meant to inspire interior happiness. Since opening 17 years ago, Scout […]

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