Thursday, October 27, 2016

Riviera Lofts Ready To Lease At Lawrence & Broadway

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A 2nd floor model unit visible on the Lawrence side of the Riviera Lofts at Broadway & Lawrence
If you would have told us 10 years ago that beautiful, modern apartments would eventually fill a lovingly restored building that looked the photo below, we would have laughed.
The Riviera Building back in 2006
My, how times have changed. 
Lakepointe Leasing has model units set up on the second floor that are visible from the street below. It is amazing to see this building lit up at night after many years of no activity whatsoever after the extensive rehab in 2007. If you, or anyone you know, wants to be in the heart of the new Uptown Square Historic District, you can't get much closer than this. Contact Lakepointe Leasing at 773-661-2687

Halloween/Day of the Dead Celebration At Bar On Buena

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Enjoy Halloween Night at the Bar On Buena, when it will play host to a combination Halloween/Day of the Dead bash, sponsored by Destihl Brewing. Based out of Bloomington, Indiana, Destihl is well-known for its award-winning Dosvidanya Russian Imperial Stout, and its Wild Sour series that has been a staple in beer programs across the city.

Starting at 4 pm, when the bar opens, attendees can expect
  • complimentary face painting from the bar’s staff (look forward to very creative and interpretive designs)
  • Sugar Skull crafting
  • free candy for the neighborhood trick-or-treaters (the good candy, not the bit-o-honey candy)
  • Costumes are encouraged, but not required.
There will be several featured drafts and can offerings from Destihl, including rare gems like Samhain Pumpkin Porter, Deadhead Imperial IPA, and Privyet Russian Imperial Stout, the base beer for Dosvidanya. There will also be food specials.

Bar On Buena is locate
Food specials will also be featured, and will be announced over the weekend.

History Museum Tours Of Graceland All Weekend

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Chicago History Museum will be holding walking tours through Graceland on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, led by native Uptowner and noted historian Al Walavich. "Visit the graves of some of Chicago’s most prominent citizens, including Marshall Field, Louis Sullivan, Potter and Bertha Palmer, and George Pullman. Tour runs approximately 2 hours."

Here are the dates and times. Visit the tour page to purchase advance tickets. Tickets are $25; $20 for CHM members.
  • Saturday, October 29, 10:00 a.m.
  • Saturday, October 29, 1:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 30, 10:00 a.m.
  • Sunday, October 30, 1:00 p.m.
  • Monday, October 31, 1:00 p.m. 

CAF Graceland Cemetery Tour On Sunday

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Chicago Architecture Foundation is conducting a walking tour of Graceland Cemetery and Arboretum on Sunday at 1:30pm.  Buy tickets here, or just show up.

"Beautiful and serene, Graceland Cemetery is a treasured oasis in the center of our bustling city. Notables interred here are Chicago's movers and shakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries: Daniel Burnham, Potter Palmer, Charles Wacker, George Pullman and many others. Their monuments were designed by the famous sculptors of the era: Daniel Chester French, Lorado Taft and architect Louis Sullivan. For two hours we stroll the winding paths, admire the scenery and recount fascinating stories of our famed, and not so famed, cemetery residents.
  • 2 Hours
  • $15 public; FREE for CAF members

Halloween At The Uptown Underground: Peek-a-Boo, Witches & Monsters

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What better place to spend the spooky holiday than in the Underground? Uptown Underground, that is, located at 4713 North Broadway in the historic splendor of the Uptown Broadway Building.

KISS KISS CABARET presents "Peek-A-Boo"! This is the show that started it all. This year's Halloween performances feature new dances by the Kiss Kiss Cabaret Coquettes and The Underground Vaudettes, plus the return of the group numbers to Nick Cave's "Red Right Hand" and the premiere of Oingo Boingo's "Dead Man's Party."  "Peek-A-Boo" is performed Friday and Saturday at 10pm. Purchase tickets here.

Just in time for Halloween, No One Here But Us Witches is back by popular demand! This time with more witches and more songs! In this witch-themed cabaret, conceived by Harmony France, we experience the unlikely meeting of Elphaba, Maleficent, Ursula, Glinda, Cruella De Vil, and a mysterious stranger as their stories collide in a surprising, hilarious, yet touching tribute to everyone's favorite witches. Featuring homages to Wicked, Into the Woods, Frozen, The Little Mermaid, The Witches of Eastwick, Hocus Pocus, The Wiz, and more, No One Here But Us Witches is an evening filled with critically-acclaimed, award-winning actresses sharing the untold story of what happens when people stop being polite and start being witches. October 31st, 7pm, only! Purchase tickets here.

"Monsters + Marvels" comes to the Underground next week. A Time Out Chicago Critic's Pick, Raks Geek returns with a brand-new theatrical production blending artistic and technical mastery with creativity and themes from geek culture.  The belly dancers and fire spinners of Raks Geek have performed everywhere from Spain to Argentina and dance for hundreds of people every week, but they're also lifelong geeks who bring a love and expertise in science fiction, technology, research science, and comics. November 4th, 8pm. Tickets are $19-39 and available here.

Wilson Avenue Closed Daily Wednesday-Saturday Next Week

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Next Wednesday (November 2) through Saturday (November 6), Wilson Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Broadway and Clifton between the hours of 6am and 5pm.

This is for "Caisson Activity." (As part of the Wilson Red Line Learning Curve, we now know that caissons are support structures put into the ground to bear the weight of the columns that will hold up the new tracks.)

Pedestrians will still have access to the sidewalks, and the #78 bus will have its usual reroute. "Eastbound buses will operate via Clark, Lawrence, and Broadway, then resume their normal route on Wilson. Westbound buses will operate via Broadway, Lawrence, and Clark to Wilson, then continue their normal route on Clark."

October Trash Movie Night Is A Halloween Double Feature At Fat Cat -- Tonight!

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Come to Fat Cat tonight (4840 North Broadway) for a special Halloween-themed version of Trash Movie Night.

Tonight's features are:
  • Elvira Mistress of the Dark at 8pm
  • Once Bitten at 10pm
"Prepare your costumes! There will be a costume contest for great prizes! Celebrate the best holiday of the year!

Drink Specials, Horror-themed vendors, and giveaways for FREE STUFF!"

It's all free (yay!) and is a 21+ event. See the Faceball Event Page for more information.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Final 2016 Edition: Wrigley Special Event Parking Restrictions

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The last time there was a World Series home game at Wrigley Field
With the World Series coming to Wrigley Field this weekend, there are even more parking and pedestrian restrictions about to go into effect. While we are not half as affected as Wrigleyville is, restrictions will apply in Uptown's southwest corner of Irving Park and Clark. There will be additional restrictions on areas immediately south of Irving Park.

The Cubs' win on Wednesday night ensures that there will be three games played this weekend:
  • Friday, October 28, 7pm
  • Saturday, October 29, 7pm
  • Sunday, October 30, 7pm
The latest email from Tom Tunney of the 44th Ward says:

"Arterial streets between Belmont and Irving Park, and between Halsted and Racine will very likely be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic at the discretion of the Chicago Police and OEMC during these games. [...] Residents and their guests should be prepared to have IDs for access to some areas and all those coming down to the area to enjoy the local restaurants and bars need to be aware of the checkpoints as well."

Home Game Parking Restrictions. Beginning at noon on Friday, October 28th through Monday, October 31st at 4 a.m.: (UU Note: We are bolding the Uptown-adjacent areas.)
  • Clark – School/ Aldine to Irving (Both Sides)
  • Sheffield – Roscoe to Irving Park (Both Sides)  [UU Note: Sheffield is Sheridan Road when it meets Irving Park]
  • Addison – Halsted to Southport (Both Sides)
  • Addison – Southport to Ashland (North Side)
  • Racine – Roscoe to Grace/ Clark (Both Sides)**
  • Patterson – Racine to Clark (Both Sides)
  • Waveland – Racine to Clark (Both Sides)
  • Waveland – Fremont to Halsted (South Side ONLY Friday, October 28th)
  • Clifton, Seminary and Kenmore – Waveland to Grace (Both Sides)
  • Irving Park – Clark to Seminary (Both Sides)
  • Eddy – Clark to Racine (Both Sides)
  • Cornelia – Clark to Racine (Both Sides)
  • Newport – Clark to Racine (Both Sides)
  • Inner Lake Shore – Belmont to Addison (East Side)"
That should be it for the year. No more Wrigley concerts, no more Wrigley home games after October 30th. Park in peace as November rolls in.

If you'd like to read the entire text of the Wrigley restrictions and rules for the post-season, click here. There's a lot more going on.

Party At the CPD's 20th District

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Drive-By Shooting in Sheridan Park Leaves Man Dead (Updated)

Around 3:45 this afternoon, there was a drive-by shooting in Sheridan Park. A 25-year-old man was shot five times in the torso and leg. He was taken to Masonic Hospital in critical condition. The shots were fired from a passing SUV.

Eyewitness reports say it happened on the 4400 block of Racine. Initial police reports indicated the location as the 4400 block of Magnolia, but they were later corrected to reflect Racine as the site of the murder.

Police have the streets blocked off and are investigating. Truman College issued a safety alert to its students.

More details as they become available.

Update: According to the Tribune, the man was pronounced dead at Illinois Masonic Hospital. Tragic.

Update: The murder victim has been identified as Tramell Williams.

Celebrate Halloween At Alchemia Art of Hair On Saturday

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The salon located in the beautiful Somerset Apartments at 5009 North Sheridan has a Halloween invitation for you!

"Join us on Saturday Oct 29th to celebrate Halloween with Alchemia Art of Hair!

Bring the family in for treats, hot chocolate, and apple cider on your way collecting your stockpile of candy in the neighborhood.

We will be open for normal business but want to invite the neighborhood and our followers in for some Halloween goodies!

No matter how old you think you are, no one is too old to trick or treat with us!

Also, if you buy a Kevin Murphy product during our Halloween event you will get to pick from our special trick or treat bag for a prize. Prizes include product samples, $5 off services, $10 off services, blowouts, Keratin express, and the grand prize being a free balayage!

See you then!"

Check out the Facebook Event for more information.

Buena Park Parents To Hold Halloween Meet & Greet On Saturday

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The next Buena Park Parents Meet and Greet will take place on Saturday, October 29, between 9:30am and 11:30am. It will happen at the Uptown Library, 929 West Buena (parking lot available).

Come test out your Halloween costumes at the Buena Park Parents Meet and Greet at the Uptown Branch Library. Coffee and treats will be provided and the library will host a story time at 10:30 a.m.

Turnout at our last event was fantastic, so please come by to meet new friends and show off your cute, scary or funny Halloween costumes. Join the group on Facebook to stay connected, or email us at

Sheridan Park Sponsors TWO Spooktacular Events

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Join your neighbors on Saturday for the Sunnyside Mall Festival, and then sign up for Trick or Treaters if your home wants little guests on Monday.

The Sunnyside Mall Halloween Festival takes place on Saturday, October 29th, on the Sunnyside Mall (Sunnyside and Magnolia) between 10am and noon. Free family fun! Pumpkin decorating, costume parade, face painting, spooky games, music, food & treats!

Sheridan Park Trick R Treating takes place on Monday, October 31st, between 5pm and 7p on all blocks in Sheridan Park.

Will you be handing out candy? 
  • Email us to be added to the safe Trick R Treating map:
  • Then print and post the Window Flyer on your door or window so parents & kids know you are a Safe Trick R Treating House.

Bar On Buena Presents "Night of the Living Draft" On Saturday

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It's Evil Twin Brewing! It's Halloween! and It's the Cubs!

Join Evil Twin Brewing at The Bar on Buena for a night to remember on Saturday night. It's Halloween-themed and a viewing party of Game Four of the World Series, which will be taking place just a few blocks away at Wrigley Field.

There will be a costume contest with prizes ("beers, gift certificates, swag of the highest caliber"), candy, horror movies on the screens before and after the game, and the Cubs on every screen beginning at 7pm.

There is no cover for entry. There will be several featured drafts and can offerings from Evil Twin, including an Imperial IPA with an 18% ABV called Molotov Heavy (limit 2 pours per customer - safety first!).

The party begins at 7 pm, with the Cubs game on every TV and the projector. Costume contest winners will be announced during prior to the 7th inning. Festivities will go on until 3am.

Bar on Buena is located at 910 W Buena, just off Broadway, and easily accessible by public transportation. For more info, see the Facebook event page.

Friday Trick-or-Treating On Argyle Seeks Volunteers

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Free to help little princesses and superheroes do some trick or treating? Alderman Osterman says:

"Friday, Oct. 28, 1pm - Trick-or-Treating on Argyle with Goudy and McCutcheon 2nd Graders. Our office will join students and teachers from Goudy and McCutcheon schools as they trick-or-treat at Argyle businesses.

We are looking for a few volunteers to assist with passing out candy and making sure our trick-or-treaters are safe. Please email if you are interested in volunteering."

Baker & Nosh Invites You & Your Pup To Celebrate Halloween (On-Site Adoptions, Too!)

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Baker & Nosh will hold an onsite puppy adoption in collaboration with PAWS Chicago on Saturday. In addition to adopting puppies, dog owners can enter their four-legged friends into a Halloween costume contest to win pup-prizes from local pet shops.  The event is meant to bring together the neighborhood together to celebrate the season with their furry friends while helping to find homes for some sweet pups from PAWS Chicago.
  • When: Saturday, October 29 from 10 a.m. - noon
  • Where: Baker & Nosh – 1303 W Wilson
  • Cost: FREE

Wind Blows, Scaffolding Goes

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There are gale force wind warnings today. Exhibit A is at Pensacola Place, on Hazel south of Montrose, where the strong gusts caused some of the scaffolding to collapse this morning. The reader who sent in these photos says that it looks -- miraculously -- like no pedestrians or cars were hit when the scaffolding fell. She spoke to someone who had just decided not to walk on that side of the street when it came crashing down. Be careful out there!

Weiss Hospital Holds Open House This Morning To Introduce Its Enhanced ER

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Uptown's Weiss Hospital will be holding a Ribbon Cutting and Open House on Wednesday to introduce its new emergency room that has been enhanced to make it senior-friendly.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of Weiss’ Emergency Room, 4646 N. Marine will kick off the morning event. An Open House will take place on Wednesday, October 26 from 10:30am to noon in Weiss’s Medical Office Building Lobby, 4700 N. Marine, where neighbors can learn more about all the senior-friendly, stroke care, and patient navigation updates at the Weiss Emergency Room.

Weiss's ER sees about 23,000 patients a year, and 16% of them are over age 65. With Uptown having such a large elderly population, and with the aging of the Baby Boomers, it makes sense to create an environment with their needs in mind.  Weiss’s ER now offers enhancements that will benefit all patients to the ER:
  • New safety & privacy features: Seamless non-skid flooring, remodeled bathrooms, new privacy curtains
  • New comfort features: Pillow speakers, larger nurse call buttons, new overhead lights, new dimmer light, new televisions, pressure-reducing mattresses
  • New room equipment: Reading glasses, new phones, new recliners
Weiss Hospital is Uptown's largest employer.

Man's Country Bathhouse For Sale

According to an article in Windy City Times, Man's Country bathhouse at 5017 North Clark Street is for sale.

Owner Chuck Renslow announced to his employees that he will be selling the building, which has been around since 1907 and was originally built as a lodge hall.

A legendary retreat for the gay community, Man's Country opened in 1973, just a few years after the Stonewall Riots. Modeled on the fabled Continental Baths in New York, it has been an epicenter of activism, entertainment, and hedonism over the past decades.

Man's Country will keep its doors open and business will continue as usual while a seller is being sought.

The Windy City Times article includes a lot of history over the 43 years that Man's Country has existed. Check it out here.

One paragraph in particular serves as a wonderful summation:
Renslow is rightfully proud to say that for a long while Man's Country was the finest bathhouse in the country. After 43 years, the eventual closing of these doors will also be the end of an era. For generations Man's Country stood as a symbol for the evolution of gay liberation and consciousness. Though its original grandeur has tarnished, the value and necessity of this building and it's place in the evolution of Chicago LGBT history cannot be minimized.

Pensacola Cleaners Moves Across The Street

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For more than 20 years, Pensacola Place (at the SW corner of Hazel and Montrose) was home to Pensacola Cleaners, a family-owned business.  The ongoing redesign of the building has meant that the first-floor businesses located in the Hazel lobby have had to move out (townhomes will take their place).

Devoted customers of Pensacola Cleaners will be pleased to know that they are still around, just a few doors away from their long-time location. Sporting a new name, TAE CLEANERS is now located at 4411 North Hazel, across Montrose.  Same family, same great service.

The hours are 7am-7pm Monday through Friday, 8am-6pm on Saturday, and closed on Sundays. The phone number is 773-506-7577. The first day at the new location was Monday.

We are glad to know that a long-time locally owned business is remaining in Uptown, and so close to its previous location. Thanks to the owners of Food Town -- a long-time family-run business itself -- for helping spread the news.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Last Menetti-Owned Building In Uptown Sold

4526 Sheridan. Photo courtesy of Google Streetview
The Menetti Family hasn't had a lot of luck with its North Side real estate holdings. They didn't do upkeep on the residences, they didn't pay taxes, and they didn't pay their mortgages. So in 2012, they put five of their North Side holdings on the market, and a judge put a receiver in charge, meaning that the Menettis lost the right to control their own properties.

One of the buildings, Lawrence House, had been nearly run into the ground by the family, who acquired it in 2000. In just over a decade, Lawrence House had accumulated 110 housing violations, was in foreclosure, and was described as "notorious." It was bought by Cedar Street Properties in 2013.

Now Crain's reports that the family has sold three more of its properties, including 4526 North Sheridan, also known as the Sheridan View Apartments. According to Crain's, 4526 and two buildings in Rogers Park also included in the deal are "almost 40 percent vacant and need cosmetic and structural work."

The sale of the three buildings ends the Menetti Family's five-year-old foreclosure case, brought by its lender in January 2012.

The new owner of 4526 North Sheridan is Metro Residential, the residential arm of the parking structure owner Metro Park LLC.

Rocky Horror Karaoke At Crew On Thursday

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"Swim the warm waters of sins of the flesh - erotic nightmares beyond any measure, and sensual daydreams to treasure forever. Can’t you just see it? Don't dream it ... SING IT!

Many of you know we've done Rocky Horror for the past Halloweens — well, we're doing something just a little different this year!

Join us for an evening of absolute pleasure and karaoke with your host "Zach the Virgin", this Thursday starting at 8:30pm! We'll be showing the classic version of the Rocky Horror Picture Show with YOU (with assistance from Zach if you want) singing the numbers! Draft beer specials all night long! Oh Rocky!!!

Stop by early from 5pm to 8pm for a Heartland Alliance fundraiser to assist people living with HIV/AIDS. Go to for more info about their fundraising efforts!

There's a light over at the Crew Bar + Grill place! We see you shivering with antici... pation!"

Crew is located at 4804 North Broadway.

Halloween Festivities At The Uptown Lounge

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The Uptown Lounge is located at 1136 West Lawrence.

Early Voting Is Available In The Neighborhoods Today Through November 7th

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Early voting for the November 8th election is now available at sites throughout the city.
  • There are a lot of offices on the ballot -- including, of course, the POTUS. There are also a lot of state and county officers, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioners, one Illinois Constitutional amendment, and a whole lot of judges. If you'd like to see who the various bar associations are recommending, and not, for the judgeships, check out
  • You can check to make sure you're registered to vote, get a sample ballot, and find your November 8th polling place here.
There will be continued voting at 15 West Washington, and one early voting polling place per ward. You can vote at any early voting polling place anywhere in the city between October 24 and November 7, no matter your address, as long as you live in the city of Chicago. ID is not required unless it's your first time voting, but it's always a good idea to have several forms of identification with you in case there are questions about your registration.

Through Election Day, on-site voter registration is available at all sites for those who wish to vote then and there. Two forms of ID, including one with your current address, are required. Ditto if you are re-registering with a change of name or address.

The closest neighborhood polling places to Uptown are listed below. Remember that you can vote at any  polling place in the city during early voting:
  • Truman College, 1145 West Wilson
  • Merlo Library, 644 West Belmont
  • Welles Park, 2333 West Sunnyside
  • Edgewater Library, 6000 North Broadway
The entire list of early voting polling places is here.

The hours for early voting are:
  • Monday, October 24-Saturday, October 29: 9am to 5pm
  • Sunday, October 30: 10am to 4pm
  • Monday, October 31-Saturday, November 5: 9am to 7pm
  • Sunday, November 6: 10am to 4pm
  • Monday, November 7: 9am to 7pm
On November 8th, Election Day, voters must vote at their assigned precincts.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

They've Got The Power, They've Got The Speed, To Be The Best In The National League

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Mr. Cub is a permanent resident of Uptown now. From Graceland Cemetery, where Ernie Banks lies for eternity, the cheers from Wrigley Field can be heard on summer days.

The Cubs and their fans put on quite the show Saturday night. Here's to more October baseball in the coming days. Congratulations, Cubs, National League Champions!

Thank you to reader A.B. for this photo, which was taken during the Uptown Historical Society's tour of Graceland earlier Saturday.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Gooseberry Playlot Nears Completion On Malden

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New equipment and sidewalks have been installed
Gooseberry Playlot at 4648 N. Malden is looking a lot more welcoming.
Brightly colored playground equipment has been installed as well as new drinking fountains. New sidewalks and ADA compliant ramps have also been installed. The park is still fenced off and an official grand opening should be any day now!

Treasure Island Foods Slated As Anchor Retail Tenant of Maryville Development

A flyer from Harlem-Irving Companies showing the upcoming Maryville Development 
An eagle eyed reader of the "Uptown Uplifted" Facebook page spotted a real estate flyer showing the upcoming Maryville development with "Treasure Island Foods" as the anchor tenant. We were expecting to see a medium sized grocer in the space and we can now attach a name to it. If you are unfamiliar with Treasure Island Foods, there is a location in Lakeview at 3460 N. Broadway to check out.
The sale of the Maryville site is set to close any day now. As with most things city related, it seems to take an eternity. As soon as the demolition crew is scheduled, we will let you know.

Westboro Outnumbered, Outclassed, Outloved By Counter-Protesters

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The hate group known as Westboro Baptist Church has the transgender community on its radar these days (spoiler alert: they don't approve). Ten members of the Phelps family (i.e., WBC) decided to come to Uptown Friday morning for a half hour demonstration at Weiss Memorial Hospital, which performs gender reassignment surgery at its facility. Ald. Cappleman's office quickly arranged a peaceful counter-protest. This is how it went:

There were 60-70 protesters waiting, and WBC left after about 20 minutes. Well done, Uptown! (Photos courtesy of Caitlin McElroy.)

Friday, October 21, 2016

Cubs Post-Season At Wrigley This Weekend, Usual Parking Restrictions Apply

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It's time to go big or go home! The Cubs will play at Wrigley Field on Saturday, and possibly on Sunday, in the final games of the National League Division Championship. We should be good at this by now since the same parking restrictions are in effect. If they win one game, expect some noise!

Games 6 (and if necessary, Game 7) will begin at 7:08pm.
(We are only listing the restrictions about the areas near Uptown. For a full list of Wrigleyville neighborhood restrictions and closures, see Ald. Tom Tunney's email.)

Parking Restrictions -- Beginning at Noon on Saturday, through Monday at 4am, there will be no parking on:
  • Clark – School/Aldine to Irving (Both Sides)
  • Irving Park – Clark to Seminary (Both Sides)
Possible Street Closures:
  • "Expect street closures between Belmont and Irving Park / Halsted to Southport. At the discretion of the Chicago Police and OEMC, arterial streets MAY be closed to ALL vehicular traffic. Please have Photo ID and Proof of Residence available for presentation to either CPD or Traffic Management Personnel.  While this may be inconvenient, public safety is of the utmost importance."
Taxi, Rideshare, and Limo Staging Areas:
  • Irving Park between the cemeteries (Seminary to Clark) will be the staging area for Lyft, Uber and limos. Other passenger vehicles will be towed.
  • Taxi Loading and Staging will be southbound on the 3300 block of Clark.
"Clinch Game" restrictions (and both these games are possible "clinch games"): There will be additional parking restrictions and closed streets in the areas around the ballpark. While none of those areas are in Uptown, it may affect us as an overflow area, particularly for parking.

For all restrictions, including those for Lakeview/Wrigleyville, see Ald. Tunney's email.

Kal'ish Vegan Is Hiring

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A sure sign that Kal'ish Short Order Vegan at 1313 West Wilson will be opening before too long: they're hiring. If you are interested, submit a letter and/or resume to Good luck!