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Raven Theatre’s “A Doll’s House” Worth a Look

Raven Theatre masterfully tells the classic story of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” demonstrating the importance of individuality, and how choosing one’s path is...

Raven Artistic Director Looks for ‘Current’ Plays, Both Old and New,

When choosing plays for the next season, Raven Theatre Artistic Director Estle thinks about a lot of things, including his Edgewater and Rogers Park...

“Joker” Serves Up the Cautionary Origin Story of a Madman

In a culture where comic book heroes dominate the movie industry, “Joker” takes a necessary and discomforting left turn from the common comic...

More Red Line Trains For St. Paddy’s Day Events

The CTA will offer additional services for upcoming St. Patrick's Day river dyeing and parade on Saturday March 16th. Longer trains will also be...

Edge Theater Crosses New Frontier – A Christmas Carol … in Klingon

The classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge - a mean and frugal man wishing nothing to do with the world until he is changed when...

Rambler Women Take MVC Championship at Hoyne Park

Loyola University’s Women's soccer team won a hard-fought game against Drake and the chilly November rain at Hoyne Park Sunday, winning the Missouri Valley...

Loyola Women Play for MVC Crown at Hoyne Park Today

There will be championship soccer in Edgewater today. The Loyola Women's Soccer team clinched a spot in the title game with a 2-1 over Illinois...

Loyola Women’s Soccer Notches MVC Championship at Hoyne Field; Tourney Game Nov. 2

Rogers Park and Edgewater soccer fans might want to circle Friday, Nov. 2. That’s when the top-seeded Loyola University women’s team will take the...

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Rewired Cafe, Bigger and Better, Aims to Serve the Community

Expanding and changing locations is difficult enough for restaurants, but COVID has made the process much more challenging. Yet Owner and operator of Rewired...

Rambler Pep Band Another Covid Loss

The Zoom meeting filled in with students one by one. Most cameras were on, but people stayed muted as they waited for Patrick Rocks,...

We Got the Beat: Senn Music Journal Hits a High Note

By Isabella Chamberland (Senn Senior) I remember the day that CPS announced its final plan for the school year; the day felt heavy, like every...

New Murals, Other Improvements, For Clark Street

This Fall has brought some cosmetic improvements along Clark Street. The Rogers Park Business Alliance recently announced several project updates from its Vision Clark Street Master...

Creative Neighbors Came Through to Save Halloween

By Duaa Raheel COVID has taken the fun out of a lot of things, and we though Halloween would be no different. But the creativity...