Articles By Ariel Parrella-Aureli
The longtime Logan Square blues club is looking for ways to support its staff and musicians during the coronavirus crisis.
New Lawsuit From Logan Square Landlords Aims To Stop Affordable Development — But It Won’t Work, Officials Say
While the all-affordable housing complex on Emmett Street will eliminate a parking lot, most residents support making the area more affordable.
Citing rent hikes linked to steep property taxes, Sami Rashid is shutting down Dollar Town and taking over Jerusalem General Merchandise shop in West Town.
Aloft Circus Arts, housed in the 111-year-old church at 3324 W. Wrightwood Ave., has offered up classes on everything from trapeze to trampolines since 2015.
Bucktown's Four Star Family Cyclery is taking over the old Antique to Chic store on Diversey Avenue.
“It’s such a cool selling point that Joe brings me mushrooms that were literally picked that morning,” said a chef who uses the mushrooms.
Yaba’s, A Family-Owned Middle Eastern Restaurant, Opens In Back Of Longtime Logan Square Corner Store
Yaba's Middle Eastern Grill serves gyros, falafel, shawarma and spinach pie veggie dishes in the back of the store at 3011 W. Armitage Ave.
Heavenly Gelato Closes After 11 Years In Logan Square, Will Soon Become Event Space For The Old Plank
Esam Hani, who owns seven restaurants in the area, will take over the gelato spot and expand The Old Plank, his newest restaurant.
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.