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Rahm Emanuel mixed reviews on Day One of "listening tour." His schedule. UPDATED

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WASHINGTON--Chicago mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel hit 12 Chicago neighborhoods on his first day of campaigning on Monday. He only has one public stop set so far for Tuesday--hitting the West Side over at the Austin Green Line "L" stop at Austin and Lake Street. Now I was told by his campaign that Emanuel would be criss-crossing the city again on Tuesday; maybe he is; the campaign is spooning out information on his whereabouts today.

THIS JUST IN:
from the campaign: "Rahm will be making a stop at 12:30 pm today in Bronzeville at the Chicken & Waffle (3947 S. Martin Luther King Drive). "

Emanuel got an earful as he roamed the city from Roseland on the South to Devon Ave. on the north.

The Sun-Times Abdon M. Pallash and Kara Spak reported:

"Rahm Emanuel got a mostly warm reception Monday as he greeted commuters and diners on the Near South Side, Park Manor and Pilsen on the first day of his "listening" tour to succeed Mayor Daley.
"But as the closely guarded secret of where he would be appearing Monday began to leak out, protesters flocked to Izola's restaurant on 79th Street and Nuevo Leon in Pilsen to heckle him. "Get out of our neighborhood," a protester holding a "Dump Quinn in 2010" banner shouted at Emanuel as he left Izola's. Emanuel waved off questions from reporters Monday, saying his purpose was to talk with voters."

The Emanuel story so far, my recap is here.

Where Rahm ran:

Monday, October 4, 2010

1. Near South Side
CTA "L" and bus stops at State/Roosevelt
Jewel, 1231 S. Wabash Ave
Dunkin Donuts, 1224 S. Wabash Ave

2. Chatham
Izola's Restaurant, 522 E. 79th St.
CTA stop at 87th/State

3. Roseland
Department of Motor Vehicles, 9901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Drive

4. Lower West Side (Pilsen)
Retail Stop walk on 18th Street (Between S. Blue Island and Ashland), including Café Jumping Bean (439 W. 18th Street) and Nuevo Leon Restaurant (1515 W. 18th Street)

5. US Holocaust Memorial Museum Annual Risa K. Lambert Luncheon, Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers, 301 E. North Water Street

6. Near North Side (River North)
Fire Engine 42, 444 N. Dearborn St.

7. Avondale
Home Depot, 3500 N. Kimball
8. Irving Park
Soap Box Laundry, 324 N. Pulaski
City Café, Corner of Pulaski and Melrose
9. West Ridge
Retail Stop walk on Devon (Between Kedzie and California), including Tel Aviv Kosher Bakery (2944 W. Devon) and Taza Bakery (3100 W Devon)

10. Albany Park
Capricornia Hair Salon, 3619 W. Lawrence Ave.
Quichpoke Salon, Corner of Central Park West and Lawrence Ave.
Vanessa and Wendy's Unisex Salon, 3519 W. Lawrence Ave.
Chicago Produce, 3500 W. Lawrence Ave.

11. Lakeview
Whole Foods, 3640 N. Halsted St.
Center on Halsted, 3656 N Halsted St.

12. Lincoln Park
Diversey River Bowl, 2211 W. Diversey Pkwy.

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