Home Authors Posts by rogersedgereporter

rogersedgereporter

104 POSTS 6 COMMENTS

An Hour on Clark Street

by Mia Mancini The 1600 block of North Clark Street has historically included diverse cultures and communities. Click on any image below to scroll through a slideshow...

An Hour on North Broadway

By Jordan Kunkel We braved the cold and snow on a Monday in January to document what life is like on 6000 North Broadway in...

Celebrate Galentine’s Day (The Day Before Valentine’s Day) in Rogers Park

by Janelli Reynoso This Valentine’s Day, instead of celebrating the execution of two men named Valentine (according to NPR, this is the original reason February...

Police Warn Edgewater Stores about Break-ins

Chicago police issued an alert to business owners in the 20th district, which includes Edgewater and Andersonville, after unknown offender(s) robbed three commercial properties...

Recent

Six-story Mixed-Use Building Proposed for Heartland Property

A real estate developer hopes to build a 6-story, 60-unit mixed-use building on the site of the shuttered Heartland Cafe, according to a report...

Say It Ain’t So: Demo Permit for Heartland Cafe

Thanks to Chicago Cityscape on twitter (@Chibuildings), we hear that a demolition permit has been issued for the building that houses the Heartland Cafe,...

JEFF-recommended “Iron Kisses” at Theatre Above the Law

JEFF-recommended play "Iron Kisses" is appearing at the Theatre Above the Law in Rogers Park through the end of April. It's the company's first play to...

48th Ward Bringing Job and Resource Fair to Local Youth

On April 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the 48th Ward will be hosting a Youth Job and Resource Fair at Broadway Armory...

Viva Sones De Mexico!

We visited Sones De Mexico, which offers classes for all ages in authentic Mexican music at the Centro Romero, 6216 N. Clark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xVQDtNazgE