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One Fan’s Lollapalooza Highlights

(Editor's note: RogersEdgeReporter journalist and music fan Naima Woods attended all four days of Lollapalooza this year. We asked her for her highlights.) Childish Gambino: I...

Lolla 2019: Lineup Laments, but Excitement in the Air

I’m a 17-year-old music fan, and this will be my first year attending Lollapalooza all four days. My editor asked me to share my...

Girlfriend Remembers Quintin Brown as “full of life”

Quintin Brown was killed in a targeted, gang-related shooting in Rogers Park last month. But the 17-year-old “lived it to the fullest”  in the...

Senntoberfest Offers Brats, Beer, Games, and Music

Senn High School will host the school’s second annual Senntoberfest Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m. All are welcome. The student-run event will take place...

A new sex-positive program opens in Rogers Park

It isn’t always easy for women, transgender and gender-nonconforming people to talk comfortably about sex, sexual health and body positivity. But a Rogers Park...

Shedd Aquarium brings ‘Underwater Beauty’ to Edgewater.

The Shedd Aquarium recently debuted a new mural in Edgewater. It explores “the diverse and vibrant beauty of marine life” as the Shedd showcases...

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Glenwood Sunday Market Opening This Weekend – Pre-order only

The popular Glenwood Sunday market, at 1241 W. Pratt in Rogers Park, opens this weekend for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown. The market,...

Congratulations, Sullivan High School Class of 2020

Sullivan High School in Rogers Park celebrated the Class of 2020 with a virtual commencement ceremony. Congratulations to all graduates, especially valedictorian Latoya Bledson. You can...

Congratulations, Senn 2020 Grads!

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Senn’s Cullinane Honored by Walgreens as Outstanding Teacher

Senn High School journalism teacher Michael Cullinane is one of four teachers being honored by Walgreens for "going above and beyond their ordinary duties...