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When it’s cold out, people may be likely to feed wildlife because they think food is scarce. Whether you like birds, squirrels, or raccoons, always resist the urge to feed or interact with wildlife. The intention may come from a good place
September 28 was a special day with the dedication of the Richard Clark Memorial in Clark Park. The memorial is on the north end of the park, just south of Addison. The Clark Park Advisory Council and the widow of Richard Clark, Ericka, were responsible for
This has been a busy year for the Gene and Rosemary Schulter Foundation. The generosity of our many supporters allowed the Foundation to increase the number of scholarships given to area students from one, three years ago, to eleven. This year, the awards also included
We would like to remind all residents of our community to be mindful not to leave anything in your car, even small items like sun glasses. We have been made aware that thieves have broken windows to gain access to retrieve gym bags, sun glasses,
Together, the Ravenswood community and local artists invite you to kick off ArtWalk week in style. Join us to celebrate the 12th Annual Ravenswood ArtWalk Tour of Arts & Industry!
Within a unique vintage setting, the ArtWalk Reception and Artists’ Salon features local craft beer,
Albany Auto began nearly 40 years ago, when Ken Widdes opened a small community car care business, just north of Irving Park road, which became an integral component in the neighborhood. What began as a word of mouth business by the Ken Widdes, father to Jason
According to former Alderman Gene Schulter it took ten years of planning, countless community meetings, and raising over 60 million dollars to provide the much needed senior housing for the 47th Ward.
But on Monday July 15th it was celebrating the fifth year anniversary of
August is a great month to enjoy your garden. Here are a few tips on garden care:
- Continue to dead-head both perennials and annuals for additional bloom.
- Check in with your plants so you can see if they're droopy or if they have insects. Aim for
Chef Ross Outten purchased Dolce Casa Café in May, 2011. Previous owners had created a cozy space with an art deco feel, fireplace, exposed brick and original pressed tin ceiling. His goal was to maintain this laid back vibe and sense of community, while offering
From new puppies trying to understand “Sit” to adult dogs going for certification in canine therapy, dogs always have room to learn and grow. Better yet, training is an excellent way to bond with your furry friend, and encourages overall better behavior.
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