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Rogers Park

Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park « Show less

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  • Cops: Charges filed after robber with fake gun foiled by clerk with real one

    Cops: Charges filed after robber with fake gun foiled by clerk with real one
    Police say a robber tried to hold up an electronics store in West Rogers Park with a fake gun but was foiled when the clerk pulled a real gun from a safe and opened fire. Lawrence Bradley, 25, and of the 15200 block of Evers Street in Dolton, was...
  • Religious protections on gay marriage in doubt

     Religious protections on gay marriage in doubt
    Illinois' gay marriage bill that awaits the governor's signature doesn't force religious clergy to officiate at same-sex weddings or compel churches to open their doors for ceremonies. But similar safeguards aren't spelled out for pastry chefs, florists,...
  • Podcast raises the level of conversation, not cash flow

    Podcast raises the level of conversation, not cash flow
    There have been many voices — millions of them — pouring into the air during the long and zany, smart and silly, enlightening and brain-numbing history of radio, and a few weeks ago one of the relatively newer ones told me, "Radio gives me a...
  • Authors tell of doubt, testing their faith

    Authors tell of doubt, testing their faith
    For many, faith does not allow room for doubt. For others, doubt can serve as a meaningful signpost on a spiritual journey. Two Chicago-based authors, Amy Andrews and Karen Beattie, will share their stories as part of "The Way of Doubt: Telling Stories,...
  • Prosecutors detail abuse by man charged with infant son's death

    Prosecutors detail abuse by man charged with infant son's death
    A Rogers Park man charged with his infant son's death had dropped him on the floor, shook him, then covered his nose and mouth until he died, prosecutors said in court today. Rahsaan Condiff, 25, was charged with murder this week after a yearlong...
  • Teen shot on Far North Side

    Teen shot on Far North Side
    A 16-year-old boy was shot in the Rogers Park neighborhood this evening, authorities said. The boy was shot in both legs in the 6500 block of North Bosworth Avenue about 7:50 p.m., said Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Amina Greer. Someone...
  • Haymarket Opera offers stylish take on 'Pimpinone'

    Haymarket Opera Company's first foray into the German baroque repertory, Georg Philipp Telemann's comic opera "Pimpinone," presented in three performances over the weekend at Mayne Stage, was a happy excursion into a largely forgotten niche of operatic...
  • Chicago Overnight Report

    Chicago Overnight Report
    A wrap-up of news from the Tribune's breaking news desk. • Two men finishing work at a Lakeview restaurant were robbed while they cleared snow off their car, police said. The pair, ages 20 and 48, had just left Machu Picchu Peruvian Cuisine and...
  • Extra-alarm fire guts strip mall on North Side near Lincolnwood

    Extra-alarm fire guts strip mall on North Side near Lincolnwood
    Firefighters this morning were still putting out rekindled hot spots after an extra-alarm fire gutted a strip mall in the North Side's Peterson Park neighborhood Friday afternoon, according to fire officials. Parts of the building rekindled several...
  • French map of Chicago ironically much like city's own

    French map of Chicago  ironically much like city's own
    Do not go west, young Frenchman. And the South Side south of 59th Street? Non, non, non. If you read my colleague Katherine Skiba's story in the Tribune on Tuesday, you know what I'm talking about. The French government has been advising visitors to...
  • Woman honored for coming to aid of girl: 'You are a true hero'

    Woman honored for coming to aid of girl: 'You are a true hero'
    Betty Brewer is a petite woman with a warm smile, but last summer the grandmother stood tall against a man who allegedly tried to abduct a 12-year-old girl from a grocery in Rogers Park. “Oh, you’re trying to take the little girl home are...