Articles By Hannah Alani
Repairs are part of the CTA's "Your New Blue" project, which aims to update the 1950s-era Division, Chicago and Grand avenue train stops.
One neighbor asked how Wicker Park dispensaries would help those hurt by the War on Drugs. "Our neighborhood has not been dope blighted for 20 years."
Lubinski Furniture, Last Of Old Wicker Park’s Furniture Row, Up For Sale After 53 Years On Milwaukee Avenue
Wicker Park's Milwaukee Avenue was once known as Furniture Row. Now, the last family-owned shop in the 1500 block of North Milwaukee Avenue is on its way out.
"We always wanted our grandma to open her own restaurant and to serve her dumplings." Now the brothers are opening a restaurant of their own, inspired by their Chinese roots.
The homeowners want to build a three-flat building in its place, but one neighbor said she worries developers are treating West Town like the "Wild West."
All jobs at the proposed dispensary/clinic/spa/restaurant will be union, the owners told neighbors Monday.
At Least 18 Chicago Bars, Restaurants Cut Ties With Founders Brewing After Allegations Of Racism Emerge
Proceeds from a Founders tap takeover Friday night at Roots Handmade Pizza will be donated to Polished Pebbles, a Chicago charity.
The new playground and landscaping of Walsh Park was funded by a state grant originally intended for a skate park.
Shake-It, A New Restaurant Coming To Ukrainian Village Neighbors, Puts Its Promises To Neighbors In Writing
Neighbors have been cool to the idea of the burger joint, raising concerns about noise, parking and more.