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CHICAGO, Oct. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — As the holiday season begins, TAWANI Property Management’s Hospitality division is excited to announce a series of holiday promotions for its properties located in the Chicagoland area. Whether you are looking for a special location to host your holiday party or unique vacation home to stay with...
CHICAGO – (September 21, 2018) The Standup for Georgetown charity event featuring comedian Jim Gaffigan raised $24,000 for the Georgetown Scholarship Program on Thursday, Sept. 20. The Georgetown alum took time during his “Fixer Upper Comedy Tour” to support the event held at Mayne Stage, a historic theatre in Rogers Park. “The...
The countdown to the New Year is on and those who prefer to celebrate 2017 and beyond can do so at Mayne Stage, a unique event space featuring three distinct areas; a spacious mezzanine area, a raised stage with state-of-the art lighting and sound, and a vibrant ground level room., with a 20 percent off discount when booking an event today through January 31, 2018.
oliday planning just got easier at Mayne Stage. Designed for small groups or hundreds of guests, Mayne Stage is a unique event space featuring three distinct areas; a spacious mezzanine area, a raised stage with state-of-the art lighting and sound, and a vibrant ground level room.
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Rogers Park residents attended watch parties to keep up with the aldermanic elections as results were tallied. Newcomer Maria Hadden defeated 28-year incumben Joe Moore in a highly anticipated aldermanic election for the 49th ward, representing residents of Rogers Park, Edgewater and West Ridge.
In the 49th Ward, a newcomer from the left unseated the once progressive Joe Moore. And mayoral candidates Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle tried to distance themselves from Rahm Emanuel, although the two top finishers have their own ties to the political establishment.
Progressive challengers ousted one longtime North Side alderman in a landslide on Tuesday and forced another — one of the most powerful in City Hall — into one of his first-ever run-off races.