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Northcenter Chamber Leadership Respond To Charges of Mismanagement

By Patty Wetli

In recent weeks the Northcenter business community has been roiled by a series of accusations against the Northcenter Chamber of Commerce and its leadership of poor management. Chamber leadership emphatically deny the charges and say that the accuser’s wife, a member of the board, voted to approve the projects.

Northcenter Chamber Elects New Board, Sets 2012 Schedule

By Mike Fourcher

The Northcenter Chamber of Commerce met for their annual meeting Tuesday evening at Mrs. Murphy and Sons Irish Bistro, 3905 N. Lincoln Ave., to elect new board members and to announce their new board. New board members this year are Hope Whitfield and Mike Kane. This year’s executive committee is Simon Stein, President, Maribel Selva, President-Elect (a newly created Read the Rest…

Northcenter Chamber Shuffles Board

By Mike Fourcher

The Northcenter Chamber of Commerce elected Simon Stein as organization president at the Chamber’s annual meeting at Bad Apple last week. Stein, president of Wintrust Mortgage, 4619 N. Ravenswood Ave., and previous treasurer of the Chamber, will succeed long-time Chamber president, Rob Engel of Angel Sales, 4147 N. Ravenswood Ave. Stein praised Engel in his Read the Rest…

Ravenswood ArtWalk Accepting Applications

By Hunter Clauss

Artists can now apply for this year’s Ravenswood ArtWalk, a two-day event that begins on Oct. 2. Applications can be submitted through the event’s Web site, and it looks like organizers for the event are looking for a little bit of everything. From the event’s site: “Applications are open, but not limited to:? visual artists, Read the Rest…

Ravenswood Art Critique Sessions Launch Tonight

By Mike Fourcher

Tonight Ravenswood ArtWalk launches the first in a monthly art salons and educational seminars for artists, RAWednesdays, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the RAW offices located at 4147 North Ravenswood Avenue. Tonight’s event will be a salon and critique where artists can bring examples of their works for critique by their peers in an Read the Rest…

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