Articles By Alex V. Hernandez

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Koval Distillery Eyes Spring Opening For New Tasting Room And Patio

“We’re just so excited to welcome people to our new facility and show them everything once it’s ready."

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Murder Of Woman In Ravenswood Manor Linked To Problem Landlord’s Building, Ongoing Violence In Albany Park

The woman was shot in her chest while trying to close the door on an intruder in the 4400 block of North Francisco Avenue, police said.

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If Developers Want To Bring Housing To Huge Tempel Steel Campus, Affordable Options Must Be Included, Alderman Says

The massive property is in an industrial stretch of Bowmanville just south of Rosehill Cemetery and east of Half Acre's Balmoral Tap Room.

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Northwestern Buying Entire Old Irving Park Block — Including The Former Sabatino’s Building

The shuttered Sabatino’s will be demolished along with The Fairbrother Funeral Home and two apartment buildings on Irving Park Road.

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Tank Noodle Is Coming To Old Irving Park — With A Full Bar And Vietnamese Cocktails

The new location will have a cocktail menu that will feature Vietnamese drinks infused with alcohol.

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Chicago’s First Cider Bar, The Northman, Closes For Good Sunday

New owners are taking over the space and will continue to focus on cider, Northman owners said.

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Meta Wine Wins Support Of Neighbors Ahead Of Opening In Mayfair Warehouse

"I’m going to be right around the corner from it. I’m excited to have a winery like that there," one neighbor said.