Katie Tuten, co-owner of The Hideout. Alisa Hauser/Block Club Chicago

The Hideout Could Get Landmark Status, But Supporters Still Want Lincoln Yards Plan To Slow Down

Dozens of the bar's supporters showed up to let Ald. Brian Hopkins and city officials know they're paying attention, and not going anywhere.

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Man Behind Bucktown’s Frank’s Barber Shop Dies, Leaving Behind A Legacy Of Kindness, Community

From white flight to gang violence to gentrification, the neighborhood changed a lot since the 1960s. But Frank Burgos was a "mainstay."

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Revamped Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Accepting Applications With A Priority On South And West Sides

Improvements allow the grant to cover up to 100 percent of project costs for locally-owned businesses that hire from the neighborhood.

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Chef’s Special, New Spot From Giant Team, Bringing Chinese Food And Craft Cocktails To Bucktown

Take a look inside Chef's Special, the latest spot from chef Jason Vincent which opens Wednesday on Western Avenue.