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Morgan Park

Morgan Park is located south of the Beverly (properly Beverly Hills) neighborhood and shares a border at 107th St. with Beverly on the north, Halsted St. (north of 115th St.) and Ashland Ave.(south of 115th St.) on the east, 119th St. on the south, and (roughly) California Ave. on the west, and includes Mount Greenwood Cemetery. Beverly Hills and Morgan Park share the same ZIP code. The community was initially settled in the mid-nineteenth century and known as North Blue Island because of its geographic relationship to the already established settlement of Blue Island to the south and because of its position on the blue island ridge.


Early in its residential development, Riverdale was a 19th-century estate district where many of Manhattan's moguls built their country estates. At the turn of the century, the new popularity of railroad commute enabled wealthy businessmen to make Riverdale their year-round residence. The Fieldston neighborhood, owned by a private association, is a particularly intact example of a turn-of-the century upper class suburb. The Hudson Hill neighborhood retains many of its historic mansions. Riverdale's elite private schools and historic churches also reflect this past.

West Pullman

West Pullman is a neighborhood located on the far south side of the city of Chicago, Illinois. It is one of the 77 official community areas of Chicago. West Pullman is not a part of the historic Pullman company town. It is bounded on the north by 115th Street, on the east by the former Illinois Central Railroad, on the south by the Calumet River and Riverdale, on the west by Calumet Park, Blue Island and Ashland Avenue.

Ravisloe Country Club

Historically distinctive, exclusively yours! At Ravisloe, 18 elegantly crafted and strategically engaging holes await. The Donald Ross influence, courtesy of a 1917-1919 Ross renovation, and an ambitious 2001 David Esler restoration consistent with Ross principles, is unmistakable. The backdrop is an iconic Spanish Mission-style clubhouse resplendent with charm and character of days gone by. Don't be seduced by the lush grounds that evoke thoughts of European gardens, nor by the course's generous tree-lined fairways, and reasonable length. (Remember that 6300 yards is considerable for a par 70 layout.) Distinctive greens and diabolical bunkers will challenge your game to the fullest. You'll need every club in your bag, especially around the greens, to be sucessful here. Ravisloe is a must play for anyone who loves the game of golf.

Oak Lawn Children’s Museum

The activities are great for kids 1-10 (and adults who like to relive their childhood). The first floor has lots of interactive, educational activities that the kids can do by themselves or with their parents. For $7 each in admission, free parking and the ability to bring your own lunch..it's definitely a good value.

Downtown Chicago

If you are looking for things to do in Chicago, look no further. Enjoy the great outdoors with a Chicago Architecture Foundation river boat tour; a play date with the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo; or an alfresco lunch with the stellar skyline in view on a rooftop patio. Indoors, unwind at a leisurely pace at a luxurious spa; jet set through downtown shopping malls; or dance the night away at a club. In Chicago, dining is an activity in itself, with over 5,500 restaurants that line the culinary landscape and boast star chefs and endless accolades. The summer season is ripe for arts and culture as well. Immerse yourself in the vibrant theater scene at Steppenwolf, Goodman or Broadway in Chicago.

Tweeter Center

The Tweeter Center is owned and operated by Live Nation, and is located in Mansfield, Massachusetts. This venue is also known as the Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts. You can call this venue whatever you please, but when it comes down to it this is one of the nicest amphitheatres in the area. Located only 30 miles south of Boston, the Tweeter Center draws a lot of people who live in the city. Additionally, there are many out of town tourists who also visit the area to take in a show or two at the Tweeter Center. The seating capacity at the Tweeter Center is approximately 20,000. This includes 7,000 seats located underneath the pavilion, 7,000 open air seats, and the rest general admission for the lawn. This three tiered seating set up goes a long way in helping every fan to find something that is perfect for their situation.