After 42 years, the iconic restaurant and community gathering place will shut down as it seeks a new home.
Attendees can fill out an adoption application at the event to get 50 percent off their adoption donation.
From Missed Meetings To Children Home Alone, Chicago Families Feel The Strain Of Ongoing Acero Charter Strike
The strike has displaced more than 7,000 children whose parents were advised to keep their children home or find child care.
The photo will be taken Saturday morning outside the Art Institute.
The brewery's kitchen and taproom is slated to open next month at 2925 W. Montrose Ave.
The art sale is from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the South Side Community Arts Center.
Ald. Raymond Lopez thinks a Pilsen affordable housing ordinance is a bad idea, and used a parliamentary move to block it — but aldermen pressed on anyway.
"Chicago, the most American of American cities," touts the narrator of the tourism film shot for the the Chicago Board of Education.
Candidates In 43rd Ward Unite, Accuse Ald. Smith’s Campaign Of Pushing Newcomers Off The Ballot: ‘It’s A Shame’
“I never understood exactly how rigged the system is against newcomers," one candidate said. "It’s a shame. It’s old-school ward politics.”
"In a company of 11,000 people, I was able to help change this policy for the better — and that feels really good,” said the bus driver.