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Bears vs Packers on new 126” Screen

Bears football is often more enjoyable if viewed at a local watering hole. Rogers Park has many fun filled locations to catch a game, drown in sorrows when the offensive line isn't doing their job; or to celebrate when it does. This week, consider viewing it at Jarvis Square's Poitin Still *, 1502 W. Jarvis, watching it on their 126" new tvs. Kick-off at 3:00PM.
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Posted on September 23, 2011

MANY WAYS TO ENJOY SUPER BOWL SUNDAY IN ROGERS PARK

MANY WAYS TO ENJOY SUPER BOWL SUNDAY IN ROGERS PARK We surveyed owners and managers of local bars, pubs and restaurants in Rogers Park and came up with a compelling choice of enjoyable options. Support local businesses. Hit 'em all!
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Posted on February 04, 2011

The Glenwood Bar Art Show

The Glenwood Bar Art Show Artist Showing - Tom Holland Location: The Glenwood Bar Abstract oil paintings, works from 1984 -2010. For more information visit the glenwood bar
Posted on January 29, 2011

Market For All Fest - Sunday July 11th

Market For All Fest - Sunday July 11th The Glenwood Sunday Market, in Rogers Park, presents the Market for All Fest. This night of local music and entertainment at The Morseland will provide funds to support the Market for All program at the Glenwood Sunday Market. The program enables families who rely on the Illinois LINK card to have access to fresh, nutritious local products. In addition, the program will match up to $10 in LINK purchases per card-holder, per market day.
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Posted on July 08, 2010

An Ethnic Mix Keeps It Funky in Chicago -  New york Times

HOW does Rogers Park, a neighborhood on the northern edge of Chicago, stay funky? The secret is geography. The area lies beyond the end of Lake Shore Drive; most east-west streets dead-end into beaches, and there’s no quick way to get downtown. continue reading at nyt.
Posted on February 07, 2010

Morse Theatre to reopen: Spring 2010

The much loved and critically acclaimed Morse Theater and Century public House is planned to reopen as Mayne Stage and Act One Cafe. Read Howard Reich's article at The Chicago Tribune here.
Posted on January 06, 2010

Christmas Ornaments - In The Spirit Of Giving This Holiday Season…

The Glenwood is collecting donations from now till December 18th for the Rogers Park United Church on Morse Avenue and Ashland.
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Posted on December 09, 2009

Rogers Park Pub Crawl - Dec 6th

Rogers Park Pub Crawl - Dec 6th Don't miss out on this chance to meet, mix, and mingle with your neighbors. Join us in celebrating the holidays this season by supporting your local pubs.
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Posted on December 04, 2009

JOSEPH GREELEY MOORE 1931-2009 Longtime owner of the No Exit Cafe

Joseph Greeley Moore set the vibe that for several decades sustained the No Exit Cafe in Rogers Park, where coffee-fueled conversation and long games of chess trumped humdrum concerns over dollars and cents. Tribune obituary here
Posted on November 11, 2009

Music, Theater, Food and More from the Heart of Rogers Park

Neighbors, Friends, Family- Everyone! • This week's Live from the Heartland Radio Show (view show live, visit http://www.WLUW.org or listen in at 88.7 FM): Featured guests include Dick Simpson, professor of Political Science at UIC and former alderman; Dan Hall, WBEZ coordinator; and Rita Webb, activist from the Nonviolent Peaceforce http://www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org
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Posted on October 16, 2009

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