Articles By Ariel Parrella-Aureli
Tired Of Pink And Blue Kids Clothing, Chicago Women Launch Earth-Friendly (And Non-Gendered) Children’s Clothing Line
ALIKE is not only environmentally-friendly, but the clothes come in designs and colors meant to appeal to all kids.
Chicago-based scooter company VeoRide is hoping a discount will encourage riders to snap on a helmet before using an e-scooter.
A turning Uber driver hit the woman as she was crossing Clark Street near Schubert Avenue.
Latino-Owned Discount Tool Store Replaces Logan Square Quinceañera Shop: ‘I Want To Be Here To Stay’
Rey’s Tools and Supplies, 3738 W. Fullerton Ave., offers brand name tools at deep discounts, and its owner hopes new residents support the Latino-owned business.
The owners of The Whale and The Vig are behind the new spot, which celebrates "our school house years of the 70s and 80s.”
Victoria’s Brides Was A Quinceñera Paradise In Logan Square For 16 Years, But Seamstress Says Goodbye As Area Transforms
“I realized that this neighborhood was not going to work for my business anymore,” Gloria Pinduisaca said.
“While he was up there sketching and had only the eyeballs painted, the CTA train stopped in the middle of the tracks and the driver yelled, 'Quincy Jones!'"
Artist Derek Erdman dreamt up the Big Purse Liberty Bank 500 e-scooter race — is a scooter roller derby next?
Uncharted Books' last day on Milwaukee Avenue is Thursday, but it will reopen — with famous shop dog Ramona — July 1 in Andersonville.