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Blue Angels Flyover On Lakefront Tomorrow

The US Navy's popular Blue Angels flying team will roar through the skies of Chicago Tuesday, May 12, to honor the work of first...

Tough Times Ahead, Loyola Looks to Get Leaner, At Least For Now, Post-Covid19

Loyola University Chicago President Jo Ann Rooney announced salary cuts for herself and top university officials, and predicted the school may have to cut...

Neighborhood Senior Homes Hit By Coronavirus

State health officials have released data on deaths at long term care facilities, including numbers for homes in Rogers Park and Edgewater, as well...

Howard Street Chalk Art Festival Cancelled

The latest social casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic is a new but popular Rogers Park festival of chalk art, which had been scheduled for...

New 400 Hosts 4-20 Scott Pilgrim Online Movie Party

The New 400 Theatre in Rogers Park was good at engaging with customers before the coronavirus outbreak. That hasn't changed. The theatre, located at 6746...

Hadden Urges Rogers Parkers to “Stay the Course”

49th Ward Alderwoman Maria Hadden told constituents she sees signs that the social distancing efforts are "flattening the curve" of COVID-19 infections. But she...

Rogers Park Firefighter Dies of Coronavirus

The first Chicago firefighter to die from COVID-19 was a well-respected, longtime member of Truck Company 25 in Rogers Park. Mario Araujo, 49, was an...

West Ridge Among Hardest Hit City Neighborhoods for COVID-19

West Ridge, just west of Rogers Park, is one of the hardest hit neighborhoods in the city when it comes to Coronavirus cases, according...

Senn Students Making the Best

If you're wondering how students at Senn High School are doing, the very talented team at Senn TV (featuring several RogersEdgeReporter journalists!) offer a...

Lakefront Parks Closed

Frustrated by an alarming lack of compliance with social distancing guidelines in city parks, especially the lakefront, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot ordered the parks...

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Making The Comfortable Uncomfortable: Teaching From Home During COVID-19

By: Jimmy Lynch (Loyola Sophomore) With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, instructors from all levels have had to teach virtually throughout the first semester of school,...

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...