In Andersonville, we try not to take things too seriously, unless it’s about shopping local! Here are gifts for the young and young at heart because we all know Adulting is hard.


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Rattleback Records stocks all of your favorite records and the equipment on which to play them. Come pick up a Victrola Modern 3-Speed Bluetooth Turntable with 50 Watt Speakers. Available in White or Black Piano Finish.

Gather your friends and sit down to play LOOP: The Elevated Card Game. Ride the rails of the elevated trains in Chicago’s famous Loop! Match the line colors and stations to make your way around town. This fast-playing card game is perfect for 2-7 players aged 9+. Designed and produced by Transit Tees, LOOP is sure to take your next game night on a fun ride!

No green thumb necessary for these playful, elegant mobiles from designer Natalie Joy at Foyer Shop. Handmade from brass, their graceful movement, perfect balance, and subtle shine will brighten any space.

Give a gift certificate to That’s Weird, Grandma, Barrel of Monkeys’ original sketch show that’s written by kids, performed by grownups, and enjoyed by humans. Now in its eighteenth year! 

This adorable and ultra-soft Dance Puppy by Dasha Designs from Chicago Dance Supply is a great cuddle buddy! It has fluffy light brown fur, wears a pink tutu, and carries pink ballet shoes in its mouth. The perfect gift for any young dancer who likes to perform with their stuffed animals!

You’re never too old for chocolate! These chocolate sauces by Grown Up KidStuff are delicious and sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can find them at the Andersonville Galleria

Pick up a StudioUs art gift basket with gift certificate for the young creative in your life. With a flexible class schedule, students progress through projects that emphasize core art concepts including shape, balance, perspective, color mixing, shading, and tone, while advancing from basic line drawings and dry media to photorealistic paintings in watercolor and acrylic paint. 

Pusheen the Cat is hanging out at AlleyCat Comics waiting to be brought home for a snuggle. Get the complimentary tea-set and more! AlleyCat also has all your favorite comics and graphic novels from Superheroes to Supervillains.

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This 9″ LED Musical Train Motion Christmas Retro Television Set available at Brimfield plays Eight Different Christmas Songs!


Did you know that Replay Andersonville has video games that you can play for FREE? Come pick up some gift cards for your neighborhood hangout! There is an extensive rotating craft beer list, with 26 beers on tap and if you get a $100 in gift cards, you can get $25 for yourself!


Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.



You don’t have to be a narcissist to care about yourself. Just don’t stare at your reflection until you die. Relax and recharge with the items on this list. You deserve it!


Grab a Andersonville Cryotherapy and Athletic Recovery Center holiday 4-Pack for $140. You’ll receive 4 Whole Body Cryotherapy Sessions and feel like a whole new person!

Nasty Pig brand Union Suits from Full Kit Gear are exceptional quality and are great for cuddling up in front of the fireplace on cold winter nights.

No need to be sour during the holidays! We have lemony-lemon flavored items available for your taste buds! Stop into CBD Kratom and pick up Chronic Candy’s 10mg terpene-rich CBD infused lollies, BeeZbeeCBD’s Terps Isolate in Lemon Diesel, and BeeZbeeCBD’s MCT sublingual oil in Lemon (that can be vaped too!) When life gives you lemons, make lemon-aid with CBD!

A bubble bath is never complete without a few fragrant candles burning. These handmade lavender candles from Adorn Candles are sure to relax you and can found at Andersonville Galleria.

Orange Shoe Personal Fitness in Andersonville caters to all. Customize your fitness plan for the new year with a $299 8-Pack Personal Training ($77 Savings) or $99 First Month Unlimited Small Group package. New clients only!

A gift certificate to see Celia at Prevent Chronic Pain and Therapeutic Massage promo is the perfect way to say I love you and get our of foot massages. Use code AVILLE Take 15% off your purchase of one or more paper or electronic gift certificates for your family, friends, employees and yourself. Each session includes 60 or 90 minutes of massage therapy plus assessment as needed. Gift certificates never expire and are always transferrable!

Let Ruby Ribbon change your bra game this holiday season. Your bra is not your friend, nor even a polite acquaintance. At best you put up with her. Your bra is uncomfortable, annoying and ugly. Your bra comes off within minutes of getting home (oftentimes even before you kiss your family hello) Boob Whisperer or Game Changer? One cami can change your life!

Be Yoga Andersonville gift card sale. Purchase $100 for a $120 gift card or $200 for a $250 gift card. All you need to practice yoga is a spine, and it doesn’t even have to be a good one. So come on in and see for yourself how much joy it gives them to teach and practice yoga.


Whether you wear it for comfort, warmth or fashion, this large, pleated square scarf from Akira in Andersonville has you covered. Well, your neck at least. The rest of their clothes show a little skin.

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Don’t have a guestroom for your in-laws? Why not book a stay at The Guesthouse Hotel.  The hotel continues to receive accolades and press for it’s spacious accommodations, attention to detail, and exceptional customer service curated by General Manager, Rick Verkler.


Pick up 60 Minute Massage Gift Card to the newly opened Aligned Modern Health in Andersonville. They are here to help you feel better from day one and do everything they can to get you feeling better in the most efficient manner possible.


Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.



Are you looking for gifts for chefs or chef wannabees? If you want to keep the meals coming and the grubhub bills at bay, pick up some of the delicious options below and give the gift that gives back. 


Swedish American Museum’s The Cranberry Cookbook will have you using up the remainder of your Lingonberry stock.

Kitchari and Lentil Soup Mix with Signature Curry Powder by Chutney Devis is a delightful taste of South India. This collection is Vegan and gluten-free, no corn, soy, salt, added sugar, additives or preservatives! You can order online or pick it up at the Andersonville Galleria.

Filled with nuts and seeds, this naturally sweetened grain free granola made locally by Hungry By Nature is naturally gluten free and seriously addicting. Enjoy sprinkled over your morning smoothie or yogurt, straight from the bag as a quick protein-packed snack, or for dessert! It is a wonderful hostess gift and stocking stuffer too! 

For the Coffee Lover in your life! The New Rules of Coffee: A Modern Guide for Everyone is an homage to all things coffee, written by the founders and editors of Sprudge.  This beautiful book features a series of digestible insights covering the basics of brewing and storage, cafe etiquette and essential information about coffee production. Pick up your copy and a cup of coffee at The Coffee Studio.

Give a fun gift that keeps giving – Cooking Classes! The Wooden Spoon offers classes for every palate and skill level. Purchase a class to enjoy with your friends, family or colleagues – or give them a gift certificate toward a class. Everyone can learn something new while eating a delicious meal in our welcoming kitchen.

Customize your own basket or select from one City Olive’s pre-made gift baskets for the foodie on your list! Need Corporate gifts? Along with shipping nationwide, we also deliver to Loop offices! City Olive is creating a wish list for our customers. Sign up in store or send us an email with your list. Let your family and friends know food is your jam this year! Prices vary by basket.


Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.



Closet Nerd: A single minded expert in a particular technical field. Have a nerd in your life? We have you covered. From coffee, to coloring, to board games and books, please check out our collection of gifts for your particularly minded friend. You won’t find pocket-protectors on this list!

Copy of IMG_2098The HMM scissors from Martha Mae: Art Supplies and Beautiful Things are a 2 in 1 tool re-imagined with style. The unique design allows one flip of the tool to turn scissors into a box cutter. The custom-made magnet base keeps the square tip scissors on a firm footing. The blades provide a crisp, accurate cut for almost every type of project, and the wide blades and solid weight will leave you feeling confident as you work.

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The entire country needs your prayers, but so does RBG as she heals from her rib injury. Find out what dissent smells like and pick up this Ruth Bader Ginsberg Prayer Candle at Strange Cargo.

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Who said backpacks have to be bulky? Evenly distribute the weight of your copy of Becoming by Michelle Obama or Summerdale by David Jay Collins (see below) with this handcrafted leather backpack available at Milk Handmade. Its elevated style takes you from the office to cocktails without missing a beat.

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Whether you’re a Harry, Ron or Hermione, an evening of role-play isn’t complete without chocolate wands, chocolate frogs and a bevy of mysterious beans. Before you hop on the train to Hogwarts, make sure you pick up these Harry Potter Confections at Candyality.

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Wood Ornaments feature famous faces burnt into Baltic birch. Foursided is offering a wide variety to trim your tree with!


Give the gift of horror this holiday season – Four gay men. Four addictions. One landlord from Hell. Welcome to Summerdale, the beginning of a series set in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood by local author David Jay Collins. Get it here before Black Friday for a screamin’ deal.



Tired to straining to see the computer screen? Don’t be afraid to strut your nerdy self through Andersonville wearing these Tom Ford eye glasses from MyEyeDr.


Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.



Let’s be honest. No one likes to show up empty handed for a holiday party, but it is so hard to know what to give; flowers die and chocolate isn’t for everyone. Pick up one of these items in Andersonville on your way to your next ugly sweater party. That isn’t an ugly sweater? Sorry our bad.

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HomoLuminous 2019 Calendar by Molly Costello features 12 full color prints of Molly’s original cut paper illustrations. HOMOLUMINOUS explores the ways we are emerging into a new type of human community, one that is glowing, connected, and more equipped than ever to achieve collective liberation.


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You’ve never had trouble getting the bartender’s attention…but sometimes what you’re looking for isn’t on the shelf. Based on a vintage shape, Norcross and Scott‘s signature flask is an elegant way to stash your favorite libations for nights (or days) out—3oz capacity. Stainless Steel.

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Greenheart FairTrade has everything for your dinner party from start to finish and is available at the Andersonville Galleria.


In Fine Spirits Single Barrel Buffalo Trace bourbon – The name refers to an ancient Buffalo crossing on the banks of the Kentucky River. 

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The Colectivo Coffee Holiday Collection gift box includes a half-pound each of their three holiday edition coffees: Snow Day, Starry Night (Organic/Fair Trade), and Wonderland.

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Fight off the chilly weather with this cute tea set available in 4 different styles! Set includes 5.5″ stoneware tea cup with matching lid and tea strainer. Whether you have a tea aficionado in your circle or need a simple and cute gift for a hostess, you can find this gem at Andersonville Kitchen & Bath!


Give the gift of warmth and luxury with apparel made from Alpaca fiber from Butterfield Alpaca Ranch at the Andersonville Galleria!  Hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, socks, leggings, and more. They also have non-apparel items.


Kiss your loved ones over Mistletoe Evergreen by Edgewater Candles, and take in the woodsy scent of mistletoe infused with the essence of fir needles. All 12oz. soy candles are hand poured in small batches locally and burn for approximately 75 hours. View the complete holiday collection!


Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.



Who let the dog out? Not us! We have purrfectly pet pleasing products available for animal lovers and people who like collars and leashes. Wait, that’s a whole other gift guide.

These hand sewn collars and leashes in every color from Sophisticated Pet in the Andersonville Galleria are perfect to keep your pup looking fashionable all year long. They also carry pup related items for parents of fur babies too!

Heal Veterinary Clinic is offering the Gift of Quality Care!  Gift Certificates are available for purchase during the holiday season and a special treat is included with each certificate. Purchase a $25 gift certificate and receive a Heal swag bag, buy a $50 gift certificate and receive a free nail trim ($17.50 value), purchase a $100 gift certificate and receive a free exam ($55 value). Heal is your one stop shop to get all the pet lovers on your list a gift they will love to use. Cute dog not included. 

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Pick up TEARRIBLES 2.0 at Urban Pooch for your furry kid this Holiday season. This unique and FUN Interactive Dog Toy your dog can destroy over and over again! Now with detachable ears, tail, arms and legs! Available in Chicago Exclusively at Urban Pooch Canine Life Center & Urban Pooch Training & Fitness Center. Special Orange color for the holidays is also unique to Urban Pooch!

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Transit Tees Chicago-style bandanas look good on humans and canines. You can pick them up in the shop or order online. If your dog can place the order, even better.

Jameson Loves Danger has pets covered this holiday season. From food, to treats to grooming and more, it’s a one-stop shop for your furry friends. Pick up a collection of stuffed animals and hopefully they will leave your shoes alone!

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Fido will look more than fresh in the stylish neck-ware available at FoursidedDog Bandannas ($17.50); “Best in Show” Collar ($35.00). 

Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.


Celebrate the neighborhood and all things Andersonville with this collection of gifts from a selection of local retailers. Every kiss may begin with Kay, but the best district in the City begins with AND.


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Pick up this Heart Locket Necklace from Deana Rose Jewelry at the Andersonville GalleriaThis brass locket is created from a vintage mold and hangs from an oxidized sterling silver chain. Available in 16” and 18” lengths.

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Feeling Lucky? Pick up these Luck in Love Dice from Early to Bed. This little stocking stuffer makes keeping warm with a lover a bit more of an adventure. Three dice come with various adult suggestions so you can just roll the dice and let fate choose a sexy activity for you.

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The GUS Winter Hat from Gus Giordano Dance School is stylish, warm and completes your cold weather look complete with a pom pom on top! Receive a free adult yoga, pilates, ballet, tap, jazz or hip hop class with hat purchase.

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The “Andersonville Collection” complete with Dala Horse and Water Tower pint glasses from Murray and White, will certainly complete any kitchen cabinet! Customers receive a 15% discount if they mention they saw them in the gift guide!


Let your LGBTQ Pride shine with books, calendars, journals, mugs, and more from Women & Children First — Chicago’s only feminist bookstore right here in Andersonville!

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This Andersonville Pullover and Trucker Hat from The T-Shirt Deli is the perfect cozy combo for any Andersonville fan! The pullover can be custom sized for the perfect fit. 


Pick up a pair of 100% cotton tailored dark wash from Dearborn Denim. If you know someone who likes jeans and is looking for a sturdier alternative to our comfortable stretch denim, these are it! A heavier weight, nice for the colder seasons, and harsh Chicago winds!

Can’t get enough of these giftable items? View all of the 2018 Andersonville Gift Guides, or visit our Holidays in Andersonville landing page.

Thanksgiving in Andersonville

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and sometimes you just can’t stand the heat. If that happens, come on over to Andersonville for some food and fun! All you need to do is know how to order. Eating with utensils not required.

Restaurants Offering Thanksgiving Meals:

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Andies |  5253 N. Clark
Thanksgiving grand buffet 11AM – 8PM, Call  (773) 784-8616 for reservations.

Big Jones | 5347 N. Clark
Thanksgiving Day seatings at 1PM, 4PM and 7PM for a family-style meal featuring deep-fried turkey in the Cajun style. More info here.

Fireside Restaurant5739 N. Ravenswood
Open 10AM to 4PM for Thanksgiving buffet. Plus, order ahead for pick-up or delivery on half or whole Thanksgiving dinners!
Reservations or call ahead recommended at 773-561-7433.

Jerry’s | 5419 N. Clark
Thanksgiving Special (house roast turkey, mushroom stuffing, poblano gravy, Swiss, house pickle, basil, red onion, lettuce, cranberry mayo, ciabatta)

Lady Gregory’s | 5260 N. Clark
Accepting Thanksgiving Day reservations for a 4 course prix fixe meal! View the menu.

Replay Andersonville | 5358 N. Clark
Replay Andersonville will serve Thanksgiving Dinner during regular business hours, plus additional holiday specials.

Vincent | 1478 W. Balmoral
Thanksgiving Day-One small seating at 2PM
Communal Table with 25 Seats Available. Chef Jake Chappell’s menu will be served family style. Traditional Fare and some creative twist for $50. Please reserve in advance. 

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#AlwaysAndersonville: The Podcast – Show Notes from Episode 35 with Cat Levine of Be Yoga

This week, Laura and Sara are joined by Cat Levine, owner of Be Yoga Andersonville. Be Yoga is a family-owned yoga school in the Andersonville neighborhood that offers Bikram yoga classes to students at all skill levels. If you want to  improve your muscle strength, flexibility, and circulation, visit Be Yoga at 5715 N. Clark.


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“I’m genuinely thrilled and so happy for every single person that walks through my doors.”
– Cat Levine

Listen to Episode 35 with Cat Levine!

Here are some references from Episode 35 you may want to check out:

  • Be Yoga Celebrated 10 years in Andersonville this past October. Check out their website for the upcoming class schedule and to learn more about the instructors.
  • Cat grew up in Hong Kong and started practicing yoga when she moved to Canada at the age of 17. She became interested in yoga after passing by a hot yoga classroom in the dead of winter, noticing that all of the people were sweating heavily in the middle of freezing weather.

“I was very cold, and I wanted to be warm.”
– Cat Levine

  • Cat practiced yoga for seven years before becoming a teacher, but she knew within the first month of her own personal practice that teaching is something she wanted to work toward because of the positive effects it had on her life. Prior to coming to Chicago, Cat taught in London and internationally. Although there are no differences in the teaching methods, Cat mentions the cultural differences from city to city really got her attention.
  • Be Yoga opened in 2008 under former owner Jessica Rask. She hired Cat as a teacher first, and later promoted her as a manager. Cat took over the business as owner in 2013.
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Class in session at Be Yoga Andersonville.

  • Cat thinks that the most common misconception about yoga is what a person who does yoga looks like: young, flexible, fit and beautiful, which is not true. Yoga is for everyone, and everyone can find benefit in the practice. 
  • Cat placed first in the women’s 2017 Midwest Super Regional Yoga Asana Championships and also represented our region at the 2017 National Championships. Check out USA Yoga’s website for more information about yoga competitions. Cat’s personal experiences in competition have been beautiful; not only is it the gathering of the yoga community, but the environment is far more supportive than competitive.
  • Cat says that Be Yoga mainly teaches Bikram Yoga because she finds it to be therapeutic and accessible for all bodies. Cat has taught people in wheelchairs and people who do not have full motion of the spine. There are 26 positions employed in Bikram Yoga, and the room is kept at 105 degrees!
  • Cat has had students with injuries of all kinds that make incredible recoveries through the practice of yoga, including herself after recovering from a bad car accident. She’s also seen improvements in some students with bone density over time.
  • Be Yoga also teaches the practice of Yoga Nidra, or sleeping yoga, in which one lies on their back and follows a list of verbal instructions in order to relax. If done properly, the body relaxes to the point of a “floating sensation,” according to Cat. Learn about the 5 Benefits of Yoga Nidra here.
  • Be Yoga does not do hands-on adjustments with any of their instructors during class. No one can truly understand what another person if feeling in their body.
  • Cat says that she is happy with how popular yoga is in this country; she even has a friend that teaches goat yoga on the east coast! What is goat yoga? Check out this article from CNN.
  • In the future, Cat would love to offer more varieties of yoga at the studio and to continue to improve the vibrancy of the community. She may even open a second studio one day.
  • If Cat could switch places with another Andersonville business for a day, she would pick First Slice Pie Cafe (5357 N. Ashland) so that she could sit around all day and eat pie. Cat really likes their Polka Dot pie.
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Cat Levine

Visit Be Yoga Andersonville on these platforms:
Online: hotyogachicago.com
Facebook: facebook.com/bikramyogaandersonville
Instagram: @byandersonville

#AlwaysAndersonville: The Podcast – Show Notes from Episode 34 with Steve Satek of Great Lakes Clinical Trials

This week, Laura and Sara are joined by Steve Satek, President and Founder of Great Lakes Clinical Trials, and special guest, Great Lakes Director of Marketing, Amber Holst. Great Lakes specializes in the study of investigational medications, food products, devices and supplements for the treatment of chronic diseases, notably in Mental Health, Memory Disorders and Pain Management. Steve is one of the passionate, dedicated leaders in Alzheimer’s research and Great Lakes is determined to find a way to prevent the disease from occurring in aging older adults. With two locations in Arlington Heights and Chicago, you can find Great Lakes just around the corner at 5149 N. Ashland.

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(from left) Steve with Amber, Sara and Laura in Transistor’s Studio C.

“The work that we are doing today is going to make the generations ahead of us even more healthy.”
-Steve Satek

Listen to Episode 34 with Steve Satek!

Here are some references from Episode 34 you may want to check out:

  • Steve has been working in the field of clinical research for the last 25 years. His education is in biochemistry and molecular biology. He spent a good amount of time as bench researcher, but didn’t find it very social. What is a bench researcher? Check out this informative blog post.
  • Steve started working clinical trials for cancer treatments while working at Northwestern University, and he worked his way up to bigger trials for larger clinics. He soon discovered he preferred a smaller clinic setting, leading him to open Great Lakes Clinical Trials in 2014 in Andersonville.
  • Steve was recently named by Crain’s Chicago as one of the most notable LGBTQ Executives for 2018. Check out the full article here, and Steve’s feature here.
  • Great Lakes is servicing a growing community of older LGBTQ adults.
  • Steve has always wanted to bring a clinic to a community, as opposed to bringing a community to a clinic. The opening of Great Lakes Clinical Trials allowed Chicago’s north side population to have somewhere closer to travel to as one of only a few clinics in the Chicagoland area. Steve also mentions the close proximity to Swedish Covenant Hospital and the partnership of services provided there.

“We need medications to maintain general public health, and the only way to get them approved for prescription is through the clinical trial process.”
-Steve Satek

  • What is a clinical trial and how do people enroll? First, a team of board certified physicians assess each volunteer patient to make sure the individual qualifies for the trial. All of the trials at Great Lakes are free for the patient. View current studies here.
  • According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 5.7 million Americans are living with the disease. Steve has been doing Alzheimer’s research for nearly 20 years. There are only four medications approved by the FDA right now to treat memory loss, but none of them specifically target Alzheimers. Great Lakes is working to target the source of memory loss in the brain; not just treating the side effect of memory loss.
  • To get the word out about Great Lakes Clinical Trials, Steve and his team do informative workshops around Chicagoland to encourage participation in trials. View upcoming events here.
  • Steve has lived in Andersonville since 1991. He knows that active older adults in the neighborhood want to participate in research studies, and offering the convenience of a nearby clinic is invaluable.
Chicago Alzheimer's Awareness Day will be celebrated on Thursday, November 8.

Chicago Alzheimer’s Awareness Day will be celebrated on Thursday, November 8.

  • Thursday, November 8 has been named Chicago’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Day by Mayoral Proclamation. Patients who have participated in past research studies will speak to help educate the community on why these type of studies are so important.  Special guests include both Alderman Osterman of the 48th Ward and Alderman O’Connor of the 40th Ward. Learn more about the event. RSVP for the event in advance.
  • The event will also feature free genetic cheek swabs to determine whether or not the Alzheimer’s gene is present, as well as memory screening. Individuals can also sign up for free memory screenings at any point at Great Lakes Clinical Trials.
  • Great Lakes is also conducting prevention trials with older adults, who may have the genetics to develop Alzheimer’s, but are not yet exhibiting systems. Prevention trials are for ages 60-70 and 70-75.
  • If given the chance to switch places with an Andersonville business for the day, Steve would choose to switch places with our very own Sara Dinges of the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce staff! Amber would choose to switch places with AlleyCat Comics (5304 N. Clark).
Purple ribbons line Clark Street in Andersonville in honor of November's Alzheimer's Awareness Month.

Purple ribbons line Clark Street in Andersonville in honor of November’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.

Visit Great Lakes Clinical Trials on these platforms:
Online: greatlakesclinicaltrials.com
Facebook: facebook.com/GreatLakesCT
Instagram: @greatlakesCT