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Welcome to Andersonville, the "shop local capital of Chicago." A neighborhood known for our Swedish roots, we now support over 400 local & independent businesses near and along Clark Street, located just north of Chicago's downtown. These are our stories, and we are Always Andersonville.

Always Andersonville: The Podcast Andersonville Chamber of Commerce

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 23 Ratings

Welcome to Andersonville, the "shop local capital of Chicago." A neighborhood known for our Swedish roots, we now support over 400 local & independent businesses near and along Clark Street, located just north of Chicago's downtown. These are our stories, and we are Always Andersonville.

    Episode 138 - The story of UnicornLife with Sean Todd

    Episode 138 - The story of UnicornLife with Sean Todd

    This week, Laura and Joelle are joined by Sean Todd, owner of UnicornLife: The Creative Agency. Unicorn Life offers services related to branding, digital design development + marketing, and print design. Sean is a firm believer that your mind should not be confined to an ideal set by the world around you. If your mind can imagine it, Unicorn Life can achieve it! 

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 137- The story of WasteNot Compost with Liam Donnelly

    Episode 137- The story of WasteNot Compost with Liam Donnelly

    This week, David and Laura are joined by owner of WasteNot Compost, Liam Donnelly.  WasteNot Compost, Chicago’s first and only zero-emission compost collection, was born in 2015. WasteNot Compost currently serves homes and all business types ranging from schools, cafes, bakeries, to farmers markets, and everything in between. They take the work out of composting for you so it can not only be easy to do so in an urban setting, but is a clean experience with all tools provided every pickup.

    • 40 min
    Episode 136 - The story of Jamie Kelter Davis

    Episode 136 - The story of Jamie Kelter Davis

    This week, Laura and Joelle are joined by our 2021-22 Neighborhood Guide photographer, Jamie Kelter Davis. Jamie is a local photographer, storyteller and traveler based in Logan Square who shoots compelling visual narratives with subjects ranging from: women in farming, organic agriculture, projects about the American Midwest, art activism, women fighting for social justice using art, aging in rural areas, and now, the small business community of Andersonville!

    • 41 min
    Episode 135 - The story of Visionary Eye Care with Jamar Holloway

    Episode 135 - The story of Visionary Eye Care with Jamar Holloway

    This week, Joelle and Kaylee are joined by Jamar Holloway of Visionary Eye Care in Andersonville at 5222 N Clark. Visionary believes that balancing great eye care and great eyewear is not an act; it’s their commitment to you. They’ve mastered the balance for over 25 years, bringing you expertise and style simultaneously. The team of doctors bring an incredible depth of knowledge to your care in order to bring you the best patient experience. Visionary won’t let you walk out looking anything short of your best, and they want their commitment to your care to shine through. You’ll see.

    • 40 min
    Episode 134 - The story of Mango Pickle with Marisa Paolillo

    Episode 134 - The story of Mango Pickle with Marisa Paolillo

    This week, Joelle and Kaylee are joined by Marisa Paolillo, owner of Mango Pickle. Mango Pickle is a delicious bistro with Indian influences. They offer a number of different dishes, such as curries, various regional dishes, and are currently offering an impressive seasonal supper series. They also offer great cocktails and Indian coffee and tea. With the great reviews they’ve received, there’s no question that Mango Pickle is a must-go at 5842 N Broadway. 

    • 29 min
    Episode 133 - The Story of Mia Sakai and Tim Hannifan of Ándale Market

    Episode 133 - The Story of Mia Sakai and Tim Hannifan of Ándale Market

    This week, Laura and Joelle are joined by Mia Sakai and Tim Hannifan, owners of Ándale Market, the fan favorite “bodega with swag” that opened this past December, 2020. Ándale offers a curated selection of goods on-the-go, from pantry items you never knew you needed to gourmet chocolate bars, puzzles, pretty pink dog poop bags, soup kits and more at 5232 N Clark.

    • 46 min

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