Weekly Update from Your Alderman — May 10, 2019

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman
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May 10, 2019
Dear Neighbor,

Last night the Chicago Police Department charged a 14 year-old individual with a felony count of attempted murder and a felony count of aggravated battery/discharging a firearm, in connection with Monday afternoon’s shooting on the Argyle CTA platform. The Chicago Police Department continues to investigate this shooting and other recent shootings in our community, and a heavy police presence remains in the Argyle and Thorndale areas. My office will continue to work with the community and the Chicago Police Department to address comprehensive safety in our community, specifically in the Argyle area which has seen three shootings in recent weeks. I thank the police officers involved in this investigation and ongoing safety in our community, specifically 20th District Commander Sean Loughran.

In recent years we’ve put significant focus on increasing public safety efforts on Argyle and Thorndale. This week’s incidents highlight that there is still a lot of work to be done, and I am evaluating ways to enhance and expand safety efforts for all in our community. I’ll be meeting with Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot and her safety team to look at ways to address safety in our community and throughout the city. A new streetlight and security camera are being installed on the 5000 block of Winthrop today to help police surveil criminal activity on this block.

I am hosting a public safety meeting with 46th Ward Alderman James Cappleman this Wednesday, May 15, 6:30pm, at Furama, 4936 N. Broadway. Police Commanders from the 19th and 20th Districts will be in attendance to give updates on recent incidents in Uptown, and I will share an outline of new safety initiatives in the ward, as well as ways neighbors can get involved in our summer safety initiatives. I welcome your ideas and feedback on innovative ways to address the issue of violence in our community. Click here to view a flyer for the meeting. I will also host a meeting on Tuesday, June 4, 6:30pm, at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway, with the Commanders of the 20th and 24th Districts.

The age of the offender in the Argyle incident makes clear the need for more opportunities for young people, to provide alternative options to gang involvement. This morning we celebrated the opening of Helix Cafe at 6237 N. Clark St., which seeks to address this critical issue in our community and city.

Helix is a great addition to the north Clark St. area of our community, offering coffee, espresso, tea, and other beverages, as well as baked goods, breakfast tacos, and sandwiches.In addition to serving as a gathering space with great food and drink options, Helix is a social enterprise with a mission to train youth aged 16-24 to work in the food service industry. Helix will employ youth and also prepare young people to go on and work at other cafes and restaurants in our community and throughout the city. Providing positive opportunities for youth continues to be a priority for me, and I look forward to working with Helix Cafe as they grow and serve our community. For more information about Helix, click here.

We celebrated another business opening this week on Clark St., a bit south of Helix in Andersonville. Oda Mediterranean Cuisine, 5657 N. Clark, is owned by the family who use to run the Turkish Cuisine restaurant in Andersonville years ago. We are excited to welcome Marina and her family back to the community. Click here to view their menu.

Earlier this week we brought Northside Catholic Academy third graders down to City Hall to learn about how our local government works. The students had great questions for me about what I was like in third grade, how to get speed bumps installed, and what my job as an Alderman is like. Thank you to the teachers and parent chaperones who helped to make this a successful visit.

 I hope you and any maternal figure in your life enjoy a happy and safe Mother’s Day this weekend. Please consider supporting local businesses when celebrating this weekend.

Enjoy your weekend.


Harry Osterman
Alderman, 48th Ward

Public Safety Update

2019 Beat Meeting Schedules
Click here to view the schedule for the 20th District CAPS Beat Meetings
Click here to view the schedule for the 24th District CAPS Beat Meeting
If you want to know which police district and beat you belong to, click here to find out.

Apply NOW for the Edgewater Beautification Grants!

There are five $100 grants available thanks to the Overhead Project. The google application form that needs to be completed can be accessed via the url shown on the flyer. Click here to view the flyer.  The grants are available for material expenditures for pre-approved Edgewater parkway corners and circles. The deadline is June 1st. You must apply online via the following link: Edgewater Beautification Grant Application

Save the Date! Edgewater Yard & Sidewalk Sale

Save the date for Edgewater’s massive Yard and Sidewalk Sale on June 1st from 9-4 (rain or shine). Sellers can sign up now at this link. $1 from each residential yard sale fee will be donated to Care for Real.  Join us for the biggest day of the year! 

That’s Entertainment – Gus Giordano Dance School Performance
THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT is an annual production for Gus Giordano Dance School and the performances feature youth students, Gus Company members, and professional dancers. Gus Giordano Dance School located in the Andersonville neighborhood in Chicago has a special approach to teaching dance. GUS, established in 1953, offers jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, and more for every age and level. Date/Times:
Saturday, May 11
1:00pm & 5:30pm

North Shore Center For The Performing Arts
9501 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL 60077

Ticket Links:
1:00pm Show – http://www.northshorecenter.org/event/gus-giordano-dance-school/
5:30pm Show – http://www.northshorecenter.org/event/gus-giordano-dance-school-2/Concerts at Unity
Saturday May 11, 7:30pm,
5400 Magnolia at 1212 W Balmoral

Please join us as Concerts at Unity presents chamber music for oboe and cello. Katie Gonzalez, oboe, and Alexa Muhly, cello, join Michael Miller, piano, in presenting works by Schumann, Bach, Pepusch, and Cassado. $15 suggested donation. Refreshments provided.


Edgewater Art Walk Benefiting Care for Real
Saturday, May 18
Sheridan Road (multiple buildings)
Click here for more information

We are pleased to announce the second annual neighborhood collaboration, Art Walk, which will take place on Saturday, May 18, 11am-4pm along four blocks of Sheridan Road. This free event has grown and will provide art lovers with the opportunity to visit six buildings.
There will be a mix of approximately 50 artists displaying and selling their work at these locations. A percentage of the proceeds from art sales will be donated to Care for Real, an Edgewater social welfare agency and food pantry. Last year we raised $1,600 from art sales and donations.Care for Real – 5339 N Sheridan Road
www.careforreal.org Edgewater Presbyterian Church – 1020 W Bryn Mawr
www.edgewaterpres.org Edgewater Beach Apartments – 5555 N Sheridan Road
www.ebachicago.com 5455 Edgewater Condominiums – 5455 N Sheridan Road
www.dkcondo.com/managed-associations/5455-edgewater-plaza/Park Tower Condominiums – 5415 N Sheridan Road
www.ptcondo.comThe Breakers at Edgewater Beach – 5333 N Sheridan Road
www.seniorlifestyle.com/property/the-breakers-at-edgewater-beach/The Admiral at the Lake – 929 Foster Ave

Andersonville Wine Walk
Sunday, May 19, 3-6pm
Businesses in Andersonville
Click here for more informationIn its 13th year, the Andersonville Wine Walk hosted by the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce (ACC) will once again invite guests to walk, sip, and shop their way through the Andersonville commercial district.The event will feature 28 Andersonville businesses (14 per route) including event newcomers: The ClarkThe Coffee StudioFRÍO GelatoHair by VardanRattleback Records, and Stone Fox.  Tickets to Andersonville Wine Walk include admission, wine tastings, and a one of a kind commemorative wine glass. Check in for the Wine Walk will begin at 1pm on Sunday, May 19 at the Swedish American Museum’s new storefront located at 5217 N Clark.

7th Annual Pivot Arts Festival
Tickets Now on Sale!
May 31 – June 9

Festival Preview Party
Wednesday, May 22, 6-9pm 
Francesca’s, 1039 W. Bryn Mawr
Click here for tickets and more information

Come celebrate with us at our Festival Preview Party! Meet artists and get a sneak peek of performances. Your ticket includes Italian cuisine, drinks, entertainment and a silent auction. Plus all ticket purchases support the festival!!!

Property Tax Appeal Workshop
Thursday, May 30
10am – 4pm
48th Ward office, 5533 N Broadway
Click here for more information

State of Edgewater
Thursday, June 6
8 – 10am
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan
Click here for tickets

Join Edgewater’s community leaders, policy advocates and small business owners as they discuss and answer your questions concerning the pressing issues in our community for 2019. The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce’s program will focus on three distinct and engaging panels around topics affecting residents and small business owners this year.

Uncommon Ground Music Schedule 
Uncommon Ground, 1401 W Devon
Live music nightly!
Click here for more information

Edgewater Historical Society Events

Get on the Bus! The Chicago Motor Coach Company 

Saturday, May 11
2:00 pm
Edgewater Branch Library, 6000 N Broadway
Click here for more informationMany of CTA’s current North Side bus routes had their origins as double-decker sightseeing buses operated by the Chicago Motor Coach Company. Join author and Uptown native John F. Doyle as he recounts the picturesque history of the company’s heyday. A limited number of copies of his book will be available for purchase at the conclusion of the program. The program is free to the Public and refreshments will be served

The Hidden History of Uptown & Edgewater With Patrick Butler
Thursday, May 16
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Conrad Sulzer Regional Library, 4455 N Lincoln Ave
Click here for more information

What’s Happening at the Libraries

The Edgewater Public Library, 6000 N. Broadway St., and the Bezazian Public Library, 1226 W. Ainslie St., offer a wide variety of programs and events each month. 
Click here for a listing of Edgewater Library events
Click here for a listing of Bezazian Library events

Job and Volunteer Opportunities

Andersonville is hiring! 

Did you know that there is a job portal on the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce website? If you’re looking for a job or looking to hire, please check out the listings page here.

The Office of Budget and Management

The Office of Budget and Management is currently recruiting to fill two vacancies in the title of Senior Budget Analyst. If you know of a candidate that would be a good fit for this position, please refer them to the link to apply online. The application period closes on June 30, 2019. Click here to apply

Chicago Filmmakers Saturday Screenings Volunteers

Looking for a way to be a part of the Chicago Filmmakers community? We are currently in need of volunteers to manage tickets and concessions at our Saturday screenings! Our volunteers are the first faces that screening attendees see, making this an excellent opportunity to combine your love of independent film and community involvement. Click here to learn more.

Dim Sum & Then Some 5K

The CMAA Dim Sum & Then Some: The Uptown 5K will be held on June 1, 2019 starting at the corner of Sheridan & Argyle. In its first year, CMAA’s 5K fundraiser attracted 400 runners from all over Chicagoland. Last year, nearly 700 runners joined us, and this year we are on track to have over 1,000 participants! The race offers participants a unique route along our city’s scenic lakefront. We also treat our participants to dim sum, bubble tea and other local goodies at the end of the race, along with a block party as people are entertained by CMAA’s youth dance troupes as they perform traditional dances for the crowd. Proceeds from the 5K go back to supporting our agency’s clients.  
This year, our goal is to get up to 1,000 runners-so we are looking for a lot of volunteers! Volunteers are an integral part of of making sure this 5K runs smoothly. All volunteers arrive at 6AM and are done at 11AM. Each volunteer receives their own shirt, box of Dim Sum and Bubble Tea!

To learn more about specific volunteer opportunities, email emilyo@chinesemutualaid.org.

Click here for more details and to sign up. Click here to see the flyer. 

2019 Vendor Fair
Wednesday, May 15
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
UIC Forum, 725 W Roosevelt Road
Click here for more information

Registration is open for the 2019 Vendor Fair! This event will provide businesses the opportunity to learn about contracting opportunities with the City, its Sister Agencies, Cook County, State, and Federal agencies. Visit vendorfair.info for more details.

The 2019 Vendor Fair is a collaborative effort by the members of the Government Procurement Compliance (GPC) Forum to give our regional businesses as many resources and networking opportunities as possible.
This event will provide businesses the opportunity to learn about contracting opportunities with the City of Chicago, its Sister Agencies, Cook County Agencies, and State and Federal agencies. There will be over 100+ Subject Matter Expert Exhibitors.  You will have the opportunity to attend several business workshops, learn how to join the construction trade unions, find financial, insurance, and legal assistance. This is a great event to learn about various contracting opportunities in: Construction, Commodities, Transportation, IT, Architecture/Engineering, Work Services, HR, Professional Services, Financial Services and Facilities. Come out and network with other business owners.

Nominate a 48th Ward Teacher for a #Teach2Give Grant!Every year, too many teachers have to dip into their personal finances as they prepare to decorate their classrooms. Teach2Give is back to help supply select CPS teachers with supplies and decorative items to prepare their classrooms. This project will support pre-k through 8th grade educators. Click here to learn about last years Teach2Give event!To nominate a teacher or yourself, please complete the form at this link by 5:00pm on Monday, June 3, 2019. For more information, please reach us at contact@chigivesback.com*Previous winners are not eligible for nomination.

Friends of Peirce Presents Babysitting Night
Friday, June 7
Click here for more information

Peirce Move-A-Thon 
Friday, May 17
8:00 am
Peirce Elementary, 1423 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

On Friday, May 17th, Peirce will be hosting their 20th Annual Move-A-Thon! The Move-A-Thon is a celebration of movement and Peirce. The Move-A-Thon fundraiser gives students the opportunity to have fun moving, walking, running, dancing, and playing for Peirce. Click the link to learn more about the event and how to donate.

Oh, The Places We Will Go! Northside Catholic Academy-Wildcat Summer Camp 2019:
June 17-August 2nd-  Reduced Early Registration Fee, $50 (by May 1)  $100 (after May 1) Weekly Rates-Same as last year!!  $225 per week (4+ weeks) $260 per week (less than four weeks)   Discounted Sibling Rate-Same as last year!!   $160 per week (4+ weeks)  $200 per week (less than four weeks)  Registration closes June 1. Extended Care Program available AM and PM. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! For more information, go to NorthsideCatholic.org or call 773-743-6277.

Join us for Swift Elementary Specialty School’s Spring Musical: The Wiz, Jr
Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10th at 7:00 pm in the Harlee Till Auditorium at Swift School 5900 N. Winthrop Ave.
Everyone is welcome!
Admission is free; donations are welcome and support Swift’s Fine Arts Programs. There will also be a Silent Auction at the Friday night performance.  
(Students must be accompanied by an adult) 

Swift School is Looking for Donations
Swift School is looking for donations, services, and goods from businesses to support their production of “The Wiz Jr.” through a silent auction on May 10th at 5:45 pm. All proceeds will be used to fund musical theater productions at Swift. The production of the “The Wiz Jr.” is on May 9th and 10th at 7:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact Merita Mila at MMila@cps.edu

One Summer Chicago Applications

On March 15th, One Summer Chicago and After School Matters started accepting applications for summer job opportunities through out the city of Chicago. One Summer Chicago application deadline is May 20th and offers employment opportunities for more than 32,000 youth ages 14 to 24. After School Matters application is available via this link. After School Matters partners with a lot of local organizations to provide greater opportunities for teens in the 48th Ward and the city of Chicago.  

48th Ward Youth Advisory CouncilThe purpose of this council began with our desire to make a difference in the way youth engage, learn, and participate in the community they call home. The council plans community events that will others in the community will enjoy. They get the opportunity to meet with other leaders in our community. If you want to learn more or have any questions contact PC at pc@48thward.org.

Circles and Ciphers Events
Circles & Ciphers is a hip-hop infused restorative justice organization led by and for young people who are impacted by violence. Click here to learn more.

Summer Camps at Chicago Filmmakers

Sign up for a blockbuster summer! The two-week Digital Moviemaking Camps engage youth + teens (age 9-17) in all stages of the filmmaking process + encourage campers to work collaboratively to make short films. A truly unique experience, the camp is sure to ignite creativity foster critical thinking skills they can bring with them into the next school year. Click here for more information and to learn about all of the camps Chicago Filmmakers offer.Mark your calendar for don’t-want-to-miss May programs
We’re showering you in April with programs for dancing, writing, discussing books and laughing. See details in the April Schedule of Events. In early May, our schedule is blooming with an evening meet-up and traveling to Botswana from your armchair. If you’d like to be part of the discussion about creating an “Age-Friendly Chicago” or hear what’s new in memory loss research and get a free genetic test, see the May Schedule of Events for details about these and other enticing programs brought to you by Edgewater Village Chicago.
Memo to the Mayor discussion
Tues., May 14
10:30 a.m.-noon
Edge of Sweetness, 6034 N. Broadway

Edgewater Village Chicago is facilitating a discussion about how to create an Age-Friendly Chicago for people of all ages. The ideas will be included into a memo to the new mayor. This is part of the daylong On the Table conversations that will be taking place in Chicago throughout the that day. Registration is required; maximum is 14 people. Email edgewatervillagechicago@gmail.com or call (773) 382-0764.  Coffee will be provided by Edge of Sweetness.

What’s News in Memory Loss Research?
Tues., May 14, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway and
Thurs., May 23, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Edgewater Senior Satellite Center
5917 N. Broadway

Hear the latest breakthroughs in memory loss and Alzheimer’s Disease research; there also will be a discussion of opportunities to participate in local research studies. Great Lake Clinical Trials will be available to perform free genetic testing via a cheek swab for those between 65-75 years of age and can schedule no-cost memory screenings. Light refreshments and giveaways will be provided.

Open Mic Monday, May 13
Do you like to read poetry? Do you like to sing? Are you an inspiring comedian? The Edgewater Senior Satellite Center, 5917 N. Broadway, is hosting an Older Americans Month: Open Mic Monday event at 12:30 p.m. Performers will be given five- or 10-minute slots to share their talents. Interested performers, please register at the front desk by Friday, May 10. Or, if you just want to be entertained, join us for what promises to be a fun event.

FREE Personal Safety Vehicle Inspections

Join us at the Levy Senior Center (James Park Parking Lot) for FREE 12-point personal safety vehicle inspections on Wednesday, May 1 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Click here to read more

Senior Citizen Sewer RefundIf you live in a condominium, townhome, or co-op, and you are 65 years of age or older, you may be eligible to receive a $50.00 rebate for your share of the property’s sewer costs.  The City mailed renewal forms to those who received the rebate in 2018, and if you received one of those, please sign it and mail/bring it to the Alderman’s office at 5533 N. Broadway, or scan and send it via email to jerry@48thward.org

If this is your first time requesting the refund, you’ll need to complete a form and attach three (3) pieces of information: a copy of your 2nd installment 2018 property tax bill, a copy of your Driver’s License or State ID, and a copy of the water bill from your homeowners’ association.  The form can be completed online at this link:  http://www.committeeonfinance.org/claims/sewerclaimform.asp.  Alternatively, you can click here to download and print a form, complete it and return it to the Alderman’s office.

For questions, please call the 48th Ward office (773-784-5277) or email Jerry Goodman at jerry@48thward.org.
Powers of Attorney Healthcare / Financial ClinicThe Cook County Elder Justice Center in partnership with the Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services under the Elder Help Desk initiative is now offering a new Powers of Attorney Healthcare / Financial Clinic every 2nd and 4th Friday of each month in the Elder Justice Center.  Please see the attached announcement for further details and begin sharing this information with your friends, family and colleagues. Click here for more information.CTA RPM Project Update

Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Leland and Foster and at all cross streets from Leland to Foster:
Ainslie: Underground duct bank installation continued in the alley east of the tracks south of Ainslie. Ductbank installation is approximately 96% complete.   Lawrence:  Underground duct bank installation continued in the alley east of the tracks south of Lawrence.  Duct bank installation is approximately 65% complete. Foster:  Underground duct bank installation on Foster is approximately 61% complete. Argyle:  Underground duct bank installation continues in the east alley south of Argyle.  Duct bank installation is approximately 10% complete.Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Foster and Balmoral and at all cross streets from Foster to Balmoral:Berwyn: Duct bank installation in the east alley south of Berwyn did not take place last week. Ductbank installation is approximately 81% complete.Berwyn:  Cable installation began in the east alley north and south of Berwyn.Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Balmoral and Bryn Mawr and at all cross streets from Balmoral to Bryn Mawr:Catalpa:  Duct bank installation south of Catalpa in the east alley and is approximately 97% complete.  Bryn Mawr:  Underground duct bank installation continues in the east alley south of Bryn Mawr and is approximately 71% complete.Bryn Mawr:  AT&T Manhole was installed. Alleys east of and parallel to the CTA Red/Purple Line between Bryn Mawr and Thorndale and at all cross streets from Bryn Mawr to Thorndale:Ardmore:  Cable installation – No observed work this week.LBMM Demolition – 1111 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue:Dynamic Wrecking – Security Industries began fence installation.Loyola University Chicago’s Commencement Ceremony and Move Out: Parking Restrictions

As students begin to move out of their dorms, there will be an increased number of cars on the streets to help with the move out process. Commencement will take place May 7-11 and you can find the full schedule here. Commencement brings large volumes of cars to campus every year. Below are the key areas where parking restrictions may apply. Please click here to read the entire memo regarding parking restrictions. Click here to see a map of the parking restrictions. 

Key Blocks:Parking Permits 8:00am-5:00pmLoyola Avenue from Sheridan to the Lake (south side only 1000-1150) – Loading onlyNorth Shore Avenue from Sheridan to the Alley ( south side only-1200-1224)Winthrop Avenue from w. Sheridan to Rosemont ( both sides – 6300-6359) – Loading onlyWinthrop Avenue from Rosemont to Granville (both sides – 6200-6259) – Loading onlyKenmore from Rosemont to Granville (east side only – 6201 – 6259)Hot Spots:Rosemont at KenmoreNorthshore by BellarmineLoyola Ave for Campion/Mertz/Santa Clara trafficSacred Heart loading Zone (during drop-off and pick-up times only)Fordham CircleCampion AlleyKenmore Plaza

2019 Plant Sales
Hot Crop: May 11-12
9:00 am – 7:00 pm
City Grange, 5500 N Western Ave
Click here for more information

Uptown Wellness Walk 2019
Saturday, May 11
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Yoga Body Elements, 4007 N Broadway
Click here for more information and to RSVP

Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy
Monthly group schedule throughout April
Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy, 5537 N Clark St
Click here for more information

Free Children’s Dance Classes
Every other Sunday
Latin’s Uptown Space, 4956 N Sheridan
Click here for more information

Adult Career Education Programs
Every Wednesday and Thursday
11:00 am
Chicago Center for Arts and Technology, 1701 W 13th St
Click here for more information

Chicago Filmmakers has multiple events including film showings and classes. Click here for more information. 
Chicago Filmmakers, 5720 N Ridge Ave

Chicago Community Learning Center Weekly Informational Sessions
Weekly at 11:00 am
Chicago Community Learning Center, 4753 N Broadway #602
Click here for more information

Chicago Magic Lounge has various events. 
Chicago Magic Lounge, 5050 N Clark St
Click here for more informationSee the full calendar of arts events by clicking here.

May the Fourth Be With You: A 24 Hour Theatre Festival
May 3 – May 4
Uptown Chicago Cafe & Gallery, 5010 N Sheridan Rd
Click here for more information

Art Show/Sale: Art of Rebirth
May 2 – June 9
Gallery 1070, 1070 W. Granville
Click here for more information

Seeds Center’s 3rd Annual Seeds Center Art Fundraiser 
Saturday, May 4
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm
1212 W Balmoral Ave
Click here for more information

Art Pop-Up Shop
Saturday, May 4
Gallery 1070, 1070 W. Granville
Click here for more information

April 5 – May 4
Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N Ridge Ave
Click here for more information

Raven Theatre Presents: YEN
March 21 – May 5
Raven Theatre, 6157 N Clark St
Click here for more information

Otherworld Theatre: CORONA
April 5 – May 18
Otherworld Theatre, 3914 N Clark St
Click here for more information

Andersonville Wine Walk
Sunday, May 19
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Swedish American Museum Storefront, 5217 N Clark
Click here for more information

Rosellen Brown Discusses Her Book The Lake on Fire
Tuesday, May 21
7:00 pm
Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N Sheridan Rd
Click here for more information

Asian Heritage Celebration Fair
Wednesday, May 22
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Bridgeview Bank Building, First Floor, 4753 N Broadway
Click here for more information

Barrel of Monkeys Original Sketch Show: That’s Weird, Grandma
May 3 – May 25
Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N Ashland Ave
Click here for more information

First Love is the Revolution
April 18 – May 25
Steep Theatre Company, 1115 W Berwyn Ave
Click here for more information

Two Days in Court: A double header of classic one acts
April 12-May 26
City Lit, 1020 W Bryn Mawr
Click here for more information

Too Heavy for Your Pocket 
April 24 – June 29
TimeLine Theatre Company, 615 W Wellington Ave
Click here for more information

The Undeniable Sound of Right Now
May 2 – June 16
Raven Theatre’s East Stage, 6157 N Clark St
Click here for more information

A Red Orchid Theatre Presents: Killing Game
May 2 – June 23
A Red Orchid Theatre, 1531 N Wells St
Click here for more information

Aston Rep Presents: The Crowd You’re In With
May 16 – June 16
Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St.
Click here for more information

The Swedish American Museum has various events. 
Click here for more information

Carol’s Pub has live entertainment events.
Click here for more information. 

Uptown Lounge has live entertainment events.
Click here for more information.

48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman
Ward Office                                                           City Hall Office
5533 N. Broadway,                                                121 N. LaSalle Room 300,
Chicago, IL 60640                                                  Chicago, IL 60602
773-784-5277                                                         312-744-6860
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm;
Evening hours available by appointment
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