Events like the Pride Parade are the highlight of the summer, but coronavirus fears could lead to cancelations. Ariel Cheung/DNAinfo

What Could A Summer Without Festivals Look Like For Chicago? ‘Devastating,’ Event Planner Says

Artists will struggle financially and everyday Chicagoans will continue to feel isolated if large summer events are canceled — but event producers said that could be the right thing to do to save lives.

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Black Dog Gelato’s New Logan Square Shop Donating Half Of Sunday Profits To Help Black Moms

Black Dog is one of a few ice cream shops participating in "Scoops For Change," modeled after "Bakers Against Racism."

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Manny’s Deli Begs Customers For Support With Downtown Workers Gone: ‘We Are Struggling. This Isn’t A Joke’

The South Loop cafeteria, a mainstay for politicians like the Daleys and Obama, used to serve 1,000 people a day. Now it's serving just 200.

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Eden In Near West Side Closing Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Co-owner Jodi Fyfe and chef/owner Devon Quinn will close the restaurant this weekend after more three years in business.