Monday, August 24, 2009

This week in The Parlor

The Parlor

Monday 8/24 - Star Trek TNG 7PM - Free Popcorn
Tuesday 8/25 - The Colony on Discovery 9PM - Free Popcorn
Wednesday 8/26 - Star Gate SG1 - 7PM - Free Popcorn
Thursday 8/27 - Board Game Night - 7PM
Friday 8/28 - Open Video Game Night - 5PM - 10PM
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Monday 8/31 - Star Trek TNG 7PM - Free Popcorn
Tuesday 9/1 - The Colony on Discovery 9PM - Free Popcorn
Wednesday 9/2 - Star Gate SG1 - 7PM - Free Popcorn
Thursday 9/3- Board Game Night - 7PM
Friday 9/4 - Video Game Night "Mega Man 2" - 5PM - 10PM
Saturday 9/5 - Star Trek Movie Marathon - 1PM - 9PM

The Parlor is located within:

Quest Network Services
7301 N. Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL. 60626


Saturday, August 22, 2009

Happening Today

Preservation Celebration

Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 22-23, 2009
noon - 8 pm

Elks National Veterans Memorial, 2750 N. Lakeview
Glenwood & Morse Avenue

Explore this hidden Chicago landmark, enjoy the sounds of the Prohibition Orchestra, and sip a "preservationistini" while bidding on silent auction items.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Sheridan Road

Sheridan Road between Chase and Sherwin Avenue

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Triangle Cultural Fest

Triangle Park Cultural Fest
7700 N. Hermitage
Chicago, IL. 60626

Aug. 22nd, 2009

Noon - 6pm
featuring:
Jamaica

Food, Crafts, Reggae, Soccer, Dominos, Dance, Song

Free Admission.
Bring Family and Friends.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Alderman Joe Moore

We have quite a few issues because our Alderman does not do his job.

Alderman Joe Moore (49th Ward), is too busy taking bribes from developers to take a stand against the gangs and violence.




"The murder of Isiah AKA "Freaky Nu Nu" Stroud, 16, and following gang activity and graffiti occured under the Jarvis Red line station on the North side of the street. This occured less than half a block from Joe Moore's office.




... And still, to this day there has not been a statement from Alderman Joe Moore concerning the outbreak of gang violence and destruction in our community.



Alderman Joe Moore is worried about coping until the next housing boom comes, while people are being murdered by gangs on the streets of Rogers Park.

The victims blood is on his hands for choosing to ignore, rather than address these real issues that effect the citizens of Rogers Park.







Wake up Joe! Do you even know the neighborhood that it is your job to represent?




Time and time again, we have found that "Joe Moore Does Not Care!"

Friday, August 7, 2009

Lake Effect News - Photos of the Day

Recently, I have been contributing my Rogers Park photos to Lake Effect News.



The following is an archive of these contributions:





As time goes on, the more photos will be available at this location.


Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Family Matters' Young Men's Drum Team

Family Matters Chicago Drum Group performing
during National Night Out at Willye B. White Park in Rogers Park.

New fencing at the Adelphi Hole

I couldn't tell you how many times I've called for a new fence at the Adelphi Hole.

A new chainlink fence is replacing the destroyed one right now.

About time.

Monday, August 3, 2009

The End is Here



Video taken after watching Paris DeLane at the Morse Theater.

It was a great show, while it lasted.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

What the Weird Sisters Saw

Idle Muse Theatre Company
at The Side Project Theatre
July 9th - August 9th, 2009

Idle Muse Theatre Company presents the first in its ongoing series of classic works adapted for small performance spaces with a stunning re-envisioning of Shakespeare’s seminal tragedy, MacBeth. What the Weird Sisters Saw re-cuts and refocuses the original text to tell the story of three women we will eventually come to know as the “secret, black, and midnight hags.” Viewed through the lens of Weird Sisters’ confused visions, the classic tale of ambition and murder unfolds, taking a look at the events that might have led up to the fateful prophecy on the blasted heath if the story began in a different place. Drawn entirely from the Bard’s own words, What the Weird Sisters Saw is a sharp and magical examination of fate, will, and the desire to know.

Rogers Bark - Chicago Bears jerseys

All you Chicago Bears Fans out there!! We have the perfect way for your pooch to show his support! Rogers Bark has decided to join the fan club and we are now offering Bears Jerseys for your dog. The jerseys even have official logos!! So if you are a Bears fan, stop on by, and we’ll find a size that your dog can wear around town and feel proud! Rogers Bark 1447 W. Jarvis Avenue Chicago. IL. 60626
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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Triangle Park Cultural Fest


Triangle Park Cultural Fest
7700 N. Hermitage
Chicago, IL. 60626

Aug. 22nd, 2009

Noon - 6pm
featuring:
Jamaica

Food, Crafts, Reggae, Soccer, Dominos, Dance, Song

Free Admission.
Bring Family and Friends.