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11 years ago
abingdon
I ran across this on Curbed this morning - thought it was applicable. The home is on Avers. North Lawdale's Priciest Listing
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11 years ago
abingdon
Great thread, BerwynFrank. When I lived in Berwyn for a few years, I had a hankering for some Lou Malnatis pizza, and at the time the closest one was in Lawndale so I took a ride. Apparently it was a joint venture between Lou Malnatis and a community organization to help provide jobs and provide dining to the neighborhood. However, I didn't know anything about Lawndale at the time and was horrifie
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11 years ago
abingdon
I recall a similar promotion in, I think, the 80's, but I believe it was Dominick's. I was a kid at the time and my mom used to give me the cards. If I remember correctly, the races were shown late Sunday afternoons. Don't recall ever winning a thing...
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11 years ago
abingdon
tseals Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I rememeber the funeral home & creamatorium (sp?) > on Wilson near hermitige (sp?), by the old > Ravenswood YMCA. The 'Y' is gone and I believe > that the funeral home is now a residential home. > It's on the Northside of Wilson just east of > hermetige Interesting - which building? My dad lives
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12 years ago
abingdon
It was closer to Addison, but maybe "Billy Boy" at Broadway and Cornelia? It was definitely on the west side of the street. I haven't been down that stretch of Broadway in many years so no idea when it disappeared, but it's not there anymore when I looked at Streetview.
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