Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Rock N Roll

Rock N Roll of Rogers Park at Leone Park Beach



Rock N Roll of Rogers Park at Quest Network Services


Bill Morton and Rock N Roll of Rogers Park at Triangle Park


Rock N Roll of Rogers Park with Marie, owner of Rogers Bark



Thank youRock N Roll of Rogers Park with friends at Sherwin on the Lake



More on Rock N Roll of Rogers Park can be found here.



Some additional areas of interest for the Rogers Park community on RP1000 include:

147 Outer Drive Express

A.L. Taylor and Associates

Adelphi Theater

Albion Avenue

Arthur Avenue

Ashland Avenue

Beach bonfires

Beat 2422

Beat 2423

Bill Morton

Bill Morton Promotions

Bill's Digital Photos

Birchwood Avenue

Bosworth Avenue

Buffalo Joe's

Burr Tillstrom

Cafe Society

CAPS

Caribbean American Bakery

Charmers Cafe

Chase Avenue

China Hut

Clark Devon Hardware

Clark Street

Cunneen's

Devon Avenue

Devon Market

Enjoying the beach

Estes Avenue

Fargo Avenue

First Commercial Bank

Flatts and Sharpe Music Company

Gateway Senior Apartments

Good morning

Good News Community Kitchen

Greenleaf Avenue

Grill Inn

Gruppo di Amici

Hartigan Beach

Hermitage Avenue

Howard Station

Howard Street

J.B. Alberto's

Jarvis Avenue

Jarvis Grill and Wok

Jarvis Station

Jonquil Terrace

Joseph J. Gentile Center

Juneway Terrace

Lake Michigan

Lakeside CDC

Lakewood Avenue

Leona's

Leonard Dubkin Park

Lifeline Theatre

Lightning storms

Loyola University

Loyola University Ramblers

Lunt Avenue

Madonna della Strada Chapel

Mayne Stage

Morse Avenue

Morse Station

Newgard Avenue

North Howard Neighbors Association

North of Howard area

North Shore School

Norshore Theater

Parking

Paulina Street

Poitin Stil

Pratt Blvd.

Quest Network Services

Ridge Blvd.

Robert's Cycle

Rogers Bark

Rogers Park Builders Group

Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce

Rogers Park Community Council

Rogers Park Garden Group

Rogers Park Presbyterian Church

Rogers Park sunrises over the Lake

Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society

Sam Leone Beach

Sam Leone Pier

Shambhala Meditation Center

Sheridan Road

Sherwin Avenue

Sherwin on the Lake

Soo Liquors

Taste Food and Wine

Tax-Increment financing

The Armadillo's Pillow

The Common Cup

The Growling Rabbit

The Lighthouse

The Parlor

Touhy Avenue

Tweedle Press

Ultimate Soccer Chicago

United Church of Rogers Park

V-Tone Fitness

Willye B. White Park

Willye B. White Park Advisory Council

Willye B. White Recreation Center

Winthrop Avenue

Wisdom Bridge Theatre

WLUW

2 comments:

Bob Fuller said...

Grammar Gal,
Read up on our Post Office. It's not a private company and therefore cannot have private property. While it may not be legal for Moore or anyone else to tape, glue, paperclip or otherwise attach anything to Post Office property, you need to get your facts straight. Opinions based upon dubious facts are not opinions, but delusions.

The USPS is an "independent establishment of the executive branch of the Government of the United States," (39 U.S.C. § 201). Talk to Joe Friday about facts, you could learn a thing or two.

While you're out checking facts, why don't you look into modern recycling methods. Recycling services provided by waste haulers throughout Chicagoland have been collecting glossy paper for years.

Grammar Gal said...

So, then Bob, since you seem to be such an expert, do you too, condone the 'spray-mounting' (GLUING) of this poster? Would you like to go and remove it with the necessary petroleum-based products which are quite dangerous to inhale?

And if the Postal Service is, as you say, an independent establishment of the executive branch of the Governement of the US, would I be better to just demand to talk to
BARRY about this? I mean, HE knows Chicago, doesn't he? Still? Or did he just write it off when he 'moved' to DC?

Secondly, why would I even want to talk to Joe?

Thirdly, I would ask you Bob, to watch the man you are backing. Nobody else is.

And lastly, if I had a sample of the paper, I could take it to a lab, and determine its disintegrability, hence "recycleableness". But it was GLUED ON TO THE USPS HOLDING BOX! Help me out here, BOB.

I STILL THINK IT'S A CRIME, JOE'S CRIME!