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New bar and restaurant coming to Morse Ave.

The owner of the building at 1412 W. Morse, Alex Samrdzija, will be the proprietor of the proposed new business, which will be similar to Xippo, a restaurant and bar that Mr. Samrdzija owns in Lincoln Square at 3759 N Damen.
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Posted on March 04, 2010

Community News from EveryBlock

Real Estate, Business and Crime news...
Posted on February 19, 2010

Community Meeting on Proposed Development at 1557-61 W. Howard

Developers Richard Aronson and Scott Sinar will present their proposal for a seven-story mixed-use building. The building would contain 60 residential units and 15,000 to 30,000 square feet of commercial space. The proposal would also include 60-75 parking spaces located within the building. More here...
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Posted on February 19, 2010

HEAT IT UP!

HEAT IT UP! It's time to beat the chill and Heat it Up...A fundraiser for The Glenwood Sunday Market. Sunday Feb, 21
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Posted on January 28, 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

JVS January Workshops

JVS offers individual services at no charge. Make an appointment and take a workshop, Invest your time before you invest your money. Business loans are also available for people that qualify. Don't let your financial situation overwhelm you. Attend JVS free workshops to get a handle on your budget and your credit situation. The only way to improve it is to understand it!
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Posted on January 06, 2010

BACP Workshops

Business Education Workshops January 2010 January Free Business Workshops Visit Business Affairs and Consumer Protection BACP City Hall office every Wednesday and Friday and attend free business workshops. You may also register for their Small Business Certificate program which will provide you the basics of operating a business in Chicago. Don't miss it.
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Posted on January 06, 2010

Last Race of the Season - AUP Heartland Cafe

Last Race of the Year - 5K Heartland Cafe's Year's Eve Celebration Date: Thursday, December 31, 2009 Time: 7:00 p.m. Fee: $25 it includes race and New Year's Eve Party and buffet.
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Posted on December 18, 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

Shop Jarvis Square - Dec 12th

Can anyone remember what it used to be like along Jarvis and Greenview? One of the more remarkable transformations to occur in Rogers Park in the past few years has been the revival of Jarvis Square. With Charmer's Cafe, Poitin Stil, Luzzat Restaurant, (award winning) Side Project Theater, Rogers Bark, Gruppo D'Amici and Taste Wine, among other locales, this corridor in the heart of the community truly warrants community support.
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Posted on December 02, 2009

Back by Popular Demand:  Organic Amish Turkeys!

Taste is now taking orders for Turkeys.
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Posted on November 18, 2009

V-Tone Fitness opens in Rogers Park

V-Tone Fitness located on 1550 West Jarvis in Rogers Park is a newly open fitness club centered in the community that wants to stay in and be part of the area as much as possible.
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Posted on November 17, 2009

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl The first annual RogersEdge Dinner Crawl is jointly hosted by Loyola University Chicago, Rogers Park Business Alliance (formally DevCorp North) and the Edgewater community.
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Posted on September 15, 2009

Under the Root - Shop Local

Under the Root - Shop Local The Company, Under The Root, owned by Jennifer Brown, a long time Rogers Park resident, began in Chicago while designing and producing pieces for performers, clients, and necessity. It has continued, since 1998, to create delicates with sustainable and reclaimed, repurposed textiles. The structures are designed to connect wearers with their personal charm, burlesque nature, conscious responsibility, and utilitarianism character. Each pattern has the inclination to uncover an individual’s sensuality and playfulness. This discovery, then releases the humor and desire for textiles that overlay the skin and ‘turn on’ the needs of what breathes underneath. Today, each handmade structure reflects the use of materials and the grace of the human body. The designs display the nostalgia of the vintage eras they represent and the functionality needed for the 21st Century. Shop Here
Posted on August 27, 2009

Chicago Reader has new owners…again.

The Chicago Reader is reporting that the Reader is now owned by an investment fund in New York. Find a link to the reader article here.
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Posted on August 26, 2009

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win Sandy Goldman writes about events in Rogers Park (an exciting neighborhood on the far north side of Chicago), the country and the world. He is the former opinion columnist and founding editor of RP 2000 (published by the Rogers Park Community Council). Known for his inquisitive, analytical and satirical style, he provides a thoughtful look at life. Sandy is longtime community activist and a Rogers Park resident since 1958. Read why Sandy thinks Chicago should host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
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Posted on August 26, 2009

Market Update - by Steven M. Cain

Steven Cain is a Senior Loan Consultant with the Chase Commercial Lending Team. He writes a weekly update published every Monday.
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Posted on August 25, 2009

Maureen Majloumian owner of local flower shop interviewed

Interview with Maureen Majloumian, owner of Maureen Flowers on Sheridan Rd.
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Posted on June 01, 2009

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