Articles By Jake Wittich
Lakeview's Low-Line Market is tentatively set to open for the season on June 4, but with strict measures in place to keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Shea Coul-Alé is a "light and lemony urban wheat pale ale" inspired by "the essence of Chicago's vibrant drag scene."
The light blue and rainbow bike racks replace several dozen old ones across Halsted Street, nearly doubling the neighborhood's total bike parking capacity to 125.
The Lakeview Chamber of Commerce, spurred by alarming results of a small business survey, are rolling out the "Love Local, Love Lakeview" campaign.
Customers can stock up on toilet paper, hand sanitizer and disposable face masks while picking up their to-go orders from the restaurant.
With Cooking Parties On Hold, Get In The Kitchen Brings In Sidelined Chefs To Launch Their Own Takeout Menus
Owner Jason Bailin started renting his space to furloughed chefs so they can offer prepared meals and home cooking kits.
The Wellington-Oakdale Old Glory Marching Society is holding a "virtual parade" at 11 a.m. Monday to honor U.S. veterans and frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The digital LGBTQ Pride Fest will stream on Twitch June 20–21, raising money for the Center on Halsted and Howard Brown Health.
Dom's Market and Kitchen could eventually have locations around the city.