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  • Reminder, Neighborhood Nights begins tonight

    Neighborhood Nights return tonight for the summer season at Thorndale & Broadway. The community building event brought to you by TheNeighborhoodFirst.org (and sponsored by Senator Heather Steans, Alderman Mary Ann Smith, Know No Limits, Chicagoland Games, Edgewater Chamber of Commerce and the Chicago Police Department) will run each Monday from 6PM – 8PM through August. […]

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  • Free Admission @ Edgewater Historical Society

    For the time period of June through September, 2010 admission will be free at the Edgewater Historical Society (5358 N Ashland). In addition to being open on Saturdays from noon until 4:00 p.m. the museum will also be open on Sundays for the next 4 months. There will be contests and special activities on Sundays. […]

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  • Movies in the Park guide map

    We recently shared the news that Movies in the Park will continue this summer. Check out this interactive map which will help you find movie events near your home or workplace. The map was created by Mike Harris with BatchGeo and Google Maps. Mike is also currently looking for work if you or someone you […]

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  • Andersonville Farmer’s Market needs volunteers

    The Andersonville Farmer’s Market is looking for volunteers to help greet customers, assist vendors and help with the market setup & takedown. If you have an interest in volunteering at the Market, which begins June 23rd, please fill out this volunteer form here.

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  • What’s happening at Granville and Winthrop?

    A reader emailed us this week and asks “Do you have any idea what’s behind the renovation of the commercial buildings on the NW corner of Granville and Winthrop? It all seems to be related to a single outfit and I’m wonder if there’s a TIF angle.”

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  • ChicagoNow blog names Svea "Brunch Spot of The Week"

    Svea (5236) N. Clark) is definitely a go-to breakfast/brunch spot for us. They’ve got great food, a comfortable atmosphere and consistent service. Apparently others find it pretty awesome as well, because ChicagoNow’s “The Queer Guy Tells It Straight” blog recently featured Svea as their Brunch Spot of The Week. I imagine people of all persuasions […]

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  • The Chicago Reader’s Dining Al Fresco Guide

    (photo of Anteprima’s patio courtesy of TimeOut Chicago) If you’re like most Chicagoans, you love to eat outdoors during our beautiful summer days/nights. The Chicago Reader just released their annual dining al fresco guide, which includes 6 pages of outdoor dining options in Edgewater/Andersonville and throughout the city. Check it out here.

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  • En-Thai-Ce – closed for good?

    A reader writes: I was wondering if you know anything about En-Thai-Ce restaurant on Clark St – it appears it’s closed for good, but it seems sudden. I ordered food from there just a couple weeks ago and it didn’t seem like they were getting ready to shut the doors. En-Thai-Ce was recently suggested by […]

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  • Today: First Uncommon Ground Farmer’s Market

    Every Friday from 4-8pm beginning June 4th Organic Produce, crafts, chocolatiers, bakeries, bark bark club, Honky Tonk Happy Hour (6-8pm), local craft beer, wine & spirits tasting tables, jewelers, fair trade booths, FREE kids show first Friday of every month at 5pm. The full list of vendors to be announced soon.

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  • Missing Cat

    My cat Krystyna apparently got out some time on Tuesday. She was last spotted in my building foyer (near Foster/Winthrop), but now cannot be found. I rescued her about two years ago from the dumpster area at work. She was very scared and starving at the time. She has grown into a loving cat and […]

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  • FOUND Pomeranian Dog

    A reader writes in: I live at Bryn Mawr and Lakewood Ave. There was a woman giving a dog she found to a police officer in front of my building. Thought to send this to you guys in case someone is missing a dog. It was a small brown Pomeranian dog. If you think this […]

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  • Goldi Found!!!

    We’re pleased to report that Goldi (pictured) has been returned to her owner. She was with a family in South Chicago that took very good care of her and she was returned yesterday. Also check out the Lake Effect News’ story on Goldi’s return.

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  • Discuss the future of Grant Park

    The Chicago Park District is holding a series of public meetings so residents can have some say — and pose questions — about what’s happening in the city’s front yard. There will be a meeting here in Edgewater on June 9, at Broadway Armory (5917 N. Broadway). Source: Chicago Sun Times

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  • Poll: Favorite Sports Bar

    As the Blackhawks continue their quest to bring back the Stanley Cup to Chicago for the first time since 1961, we wonder – what is your favorite place in Edgewater or Andersonville to watch a game? Vote in our newest poll!

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