(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.

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Investigators Release Video Of Police Fatally Shooting Miguel Vega In Pilsen

Police say someone in Vega's group opened fire on officers, sparking a shootout with police. The slain man's family is skeptical of his involvement.

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Beloved Father Of Five, Union Engineer Shot In Case Of Mistaken Identity In Ravenswood Manor, Family Says

Hector Alvarez Jr. was driving home when he noticed someone following him — then the shooting began. Family and friends say he was mistaken for someone else in a black Jeep as gang conflicts continue on the Northwest Side.

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CTA To Roll Out Dedicated Bus Lanes Along Chicago Avenue, 79th Street

One lane of travel in each direction will temporarily be converted to 24-hour bus lanes to reduce delays and crowding during the coronavirus pandemic.