(from left) After running the saloon for nearly 40 years, Quencher’s owner Earle Johnson said he was ready to retire this past spring. Now, the Native is hosting a Quenchers pop-up to pay tribute.Alisa Hauser/Block Club Chicago; The Native/Instagram

Quenchers Coming Back For One Month Only (Sort Of): The Native Bringing In Bartenders, Popcorn & Even The Tip Bell

"Hopefully we can keep the nostalgia going for a little longer," pop-up organizer Sam Edgin said.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published
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Hundreds Watch Stations Of The Cross In Pilsen As Via Crucis Good Friday Tradition ‘Brings People Together’

To celebrate Good Friday, hundreds of Catholics walked along 18th Street for the annual reenactment of the living stations of the cross in Pilsen.

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Happy Village Officially Sells For $1.5 Million — But Dive Bar’s Renovation On Hold ‘For One Last Summer’

"We're going to run it as-is for the next six months," said Andrew Miller, one of the bar's new owners. "We're cognizant of the connection people have with this place."