Edgeville Buzz


  • C4 ‘Recovery Point’ Substance Abuse Support Center On Ridge Closing

    Over the last few years, Chicago has seen a great deal of mental health facilities close their doors for several different reasons including, lack of federal funding, challenges with administration and operations, a lack of support systems, among many others. It appears as though this is also the case with a program run by nonprofit C4, called the […]

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  • Andersonville Gears Up For Local Late Night Holiday Sales This Friday
    Andersonville Gears Up For Local Late Night Holiday Sales This Friday

    This upcoming Friday, December 5 from 6 -10 p.m. is the 12th annual Late Night Andersonville in which 40 stores will participate by staying open late and offering sales, refreshments and entertainment. Cross off everyone on your holiday gift list while supporting local businesses at the same time. With every type of retail shop to choose from in […]

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  • New Menswear Store Introduces Fresh Brands to Clark Street
    New Menswear Store Introduces Fresh Brands to Clark Street

    Bringing a mix of high-end and progressive menswear from designers across the globe, Notre — Andersonville’s latest destination for handpicked, highly-curated men’s fashion wear — opened its doors in the neighborhood’s ever-burgeoning shopping district on North Clark Street. Located at 5202 N. Clark Street, the dark yet inviting shop features a relaxed and lush ambiance […]

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  • Trumbull School Proposals Presented At Community Meeting
    Trumbull School Proposals Presented At Community Meeting

      Trumbull Elementary, located at 5200 N Ashland, has been empty for the last several months due to last year’s Chicago Public School closings. But last night Alderman Patrick O’Connor of the 40th ward held an open community meeting at Trumbull that had the auditorium spilling over with people to discuss potential uses for the historic […]

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  • Saint Harridan Andersonville Pop-Up Re-Engineers Suits For Women And Transmen
    Saint Harridan Andersonville Pop-Up Re-Engineers Suits For Women And Transmen

    Saint Harridan is an Oakland based shopping boutique that specializes in high-end suits, ties, shirts, pants and more for those who can’t usually find what they are looking for at a regular men’s clothing store. The pop-up is happening next to Joie De Vine, at 1748 W. Balmoral and has been going since Friday. They will be open until the 23rd, […]

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  • Andersonville’s Milk Boutique Wins Pop-Up Shop Downtown, Expands Local Message
    Andersonville’s Milk Boutique Wins Pop-Up Shop Downtown, Expands Local Message

    After just two years running, Andersonville’s Milk Handmade is expanding its collection of handmade women’s clothing, accessories and local, independent designers to a temporary storefront in the heart of downtown. The locally-sourced women’s clothing boutique recently won Block 37’s “The Next Great Pop-Up Challenge,” earning the neighborhood shop two months of free rent and $2,500 […]

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  • Swedish Covenant Opens Mayora Rosenberg Women’s Health Center, #BreakingDownWalls
    Swedish Covenant Opens Mayora Rosenberg Women’s Health Center, #BreakingDownWalls

    Swedish Covenant has been making some drastic changes to fulfill the health care needs and improve access to quality health care for women residing on Chicago’s north side. They have recently opened the Mayora Rosenberg Women’s Health Center, which offers an array of services and has state of the art technology offering everything from regular check-ups, mammograms, breast […]

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  • International Chamber Artists Perform at St. Gregory

    Got any plans for 4 PM on Sunday, November 9? Why not make a stop at St. Gregory the Great Church at 5545 N. Paulina for some classical music, a part of your plan? The International Chamber Artists will once again perform a concert of classical chamber music. Even if you are not familiar with […]

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  • Great Lakes Clinical Trials Opening in Andersonville
    Great Lakes Clinical Trials Opening in Andersonville

    Over the past year, there has been a change in the southeast corner of Foster and Ashland. Gone is the Nelson Funeral Home. In its place you will find a ten thousand square foot state of the art clinical research facility, Great Lakes Clinical Trials. Great Lakes is an independent, phase I-IV clinical trial center that […]

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  • Kenmore Plaza Requests Zoning Change For Expansion
    Kenmore Plaza Requests Zoning Change For Expansion

    Last Tuesday, October 21, the Alderman’s office hosted a meeting at Epworth United Methodist Church to discuss a zoning change for the Kenmore Plaza, a senior housing development in Edgewater. There were notices left on the doors of neighborhood residents from the 48th Ward’s office requesting attendance so the community could provide input and ask […]

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  • Raven Theatre Plans For the Future With New Renovations
    Raven Theatre Plans For the Future With New Renovations

    Raven has been a mainstay in the Edgewater theater community for the past 15 years. Only in the last 18 months or so has it been under the leadership of Kelly Strickland as its executive director. Kelli is not new to the area or the community as she was on the faculty of Loyola University […]

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