Not logged in. Login | Register

Chicago Region

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

Bring in the New Year with Rambler Men’s Basketball

Loyola Ramblers home basketball schedule...
More…
Posted on January 06, 2010

Loyola University - Edgewater/Rogers Park Community Day

Men's Basketball Tues Nov 17th, 2009 7:00 PM LOYOLA vs CANISIUS
More…
Posted on November 10, 2009

Loyola Energy Survey

Is there a way to keep people from using excess fossil fuels on a daily basis in Rogers Park? The lack of public transit options for members of the community reduces their options for and accessibility to destinations close to their home. This project directly influences the community of Rogers Park in giving residents a chance to voice their opinion about the current transportation infrastructure available.
More…
Posted on October 29, 2009

You Have a Date With Democracy—Decide How Your Tax Dollars Will Be Spent in the Ward

Dear Neighbor, Around the United States and here in Chicago, city leaders are increasingly asking residents for suggestions about budget spending. Here in the 49th Ward, we're going one step further. Through a novel experiment in democracy, I'm not just asking for your opinion--I'm asking you to make real decisions about how we spend our money.
More…
Posted on October 28, 2009

Alderman Moore’s City Council Report

Alderman Moore's City Council Report
More…
Posted on October 20, 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
More…
Posted on October 16, 2009

Heather Steans State Senator Legislative Update

Dear Neighbor, The United States claims to be the most free and independent country in the world. Yet all of our citizens do not have equal rights. In Illinois, same-sex couples have to fight to visit each other in hospitals, make health care decisions, and raise children together.
More…
Posted on October 16, 2009

Chicago Authors Talk Chicago - Oct 22 Heartland Cafe

Chicago Authors Talk Chicago - Oct 22 Heartland Cafe Chicago Public Radio in collaboration with STOP SMILING presents a showcase of Chicago authors to rhapsodize about the city that shaped their lives and work. Authors Joe Meno, Cristina Henrquez, Deb Olin-Unferth and Eula Biss take the Heartland Cafe stage to weave a single narrative from disparate selected readings and personal anecdotes, revealing many facets of Chicago's literary tapestry.
More…
Posted on October 13, 2009

Transition Rogers Park

Transition Rogers Park Chicago held its first visioning session on June 20, 2009. The ideas generated through interactive, participatory exercises will seed working groups in the areas of community, food, reskilling, transportation and local commerce as "Rogers Parkers" work to build a community that is resilient to the challenges ahead, including climate change, peak oil and the economy. It's a start, and there's more to come. Visit http://www.transitionrogerspark.org to learn more.
Posted on September 17, 2009

Alderman Moore’s City Council Report

Dear Neighbor, As the summer season comes to an end, I want to update you on July's City Council meeting, which was the last City Council meeting before the annual August break. For the first time in many months, the City Council did not consider any controversial legislation.
More…
Posted on September 08, 2009

The Last 4 Miles: Symposium at Loyola

The Last 4 Miles: A proposal by Friends of the Parks to Complete Chicago’s Lakefront Park System Symposium: Thursday, SEP 10│5:30-7:30 PM AUG 21 – SEP 27│Crown Center Gallery
More…
Posted on September 03, 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.
More…
Posted on August 26, 2009

Latest Chicago Recycling Program

Much has been said about the much criticized recycling efforts in Chicago. In a special to the Chicago Tribune article, a new program seems to be a win win for everyone.
More…
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.
More…
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.
More…
Posted on August 25, 2009

Got Photography? CaptureMyChicago wants you!

Capture my Chicago is caling all Chicago photographers to help create the best photo book about Chicago. Link to visit the website for more information
More…
Posted on August 20, 2009

Commissioner Larry Suffredin seeking re-election, not running for board president

Suffredin not running for cook county board
More…
Posted on August 18, 2009

[ Page 2 of 2 pages  <  1 2]