Sweetgreen Opening Restaurant In Lincoln Common Tuesday
The Lincoln Park location will be Sweetgreen's 12th standalone restaurant in the city. The company will donate a free meal to the Nourishing Hope food pantry for every meal sold Tuesday at Lincoln Common.
Ice Rink At Wrigley Field Will Let You Skate Inside The Friendly Confines
Gallagher Way's annual Winterland is expanding into Wrigley Field, where fans can enjoy 12,000 square feet of skating space.
129 New Apartments Coming To Near North Side Parking Lot
The nine-story building will have a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments, plus amenities like a rooftop deck.
Local Grocery Chain Go Grocer Opening Old Town Store On Wells Street Next Month
The new store is the grocery chain's 17th location in Chicago, and it follows the opening of a Lincoln Park location last year.
Wake-N-Bakery Opens Cafe Full Of Weed-Infused Treats In Lincoln Park
It's the fourth Wake-N-Bakery since the company was founded in 2020. A fifth store is coming soon to Logan Square in November.
Old Town Bar Where Fatal Shooting Happened ‘Closed For Time Being,’ Ald. Says — But Report Says It Was Open Thursday Night
Ald. Timmy Knudsen's office said Hotel Lincoln’s rooftop bar will remain closed to the general public through the weekend.
Music Box Theater Podcast Is A Fan’s Love Letter To Its 93-Year History, Moviegoing Culture
"I Live at the Music Box" just dropped its sixth episode, which focuses on the Music Box of Horrors festival happening this weekend.
Home Behind Wrigley Field Once On Market For $9.8 Million Could Become 4-Story Apartment Building
The old wood-frame home is on Kenmore Avenue, across the street from the house slugger Dave Kingman once hit with a mammoth home run.
Former Schubas Tavern, Lincoln Hall Exec Pleads Guilty To Secretly Recording Women In His Roscoe Village Home
Four women said Michael Johnston, who was fired from Schubas Tavern and Lincoln Hall in November, used hidden cameras disguised as household objects to secretly record them.
Lincoln Park Art Night To Feature Free Trolley Rides Between 6 Neighborhood Art Galleries
The participating art galleries are staying open late and allowing visitors in for free to view their current art exhibitions.
3 People Walking Near Wrigley Field Forced Into Car, Robbed At Gunpoint In Separate Cases
In each robbery, the victim was driven to a second location where their personal items were stolen.
After Fatal Shooting On Hotel Lincoln Rooftop Bar, Old Town Neighbors Want Plan To Address Noise, Rowdy Customers
Neighbors had complained repeatedly about Hotel Lincoln leading up to the shooting, saying there have been rowdy customers and late-night loud noises.
Check Out The Near North Side During Open House Chicago
From St. James Episcopal Cathedral to the Glunz Tavern, the Near North Side is home to more than a dozen sites featured in Open House Chicago this weekend.
Chicago-Based Artist Michiko Itatani Explores Efforts To Understand The Universe In New Wrightwood 659 Exhibition
The gallery features more than 60 paintings and drawings by Michiko Itatani. It juxtaposes her large-scale paintings with drawings the size of typing paper.
Kids Can Explore 6 Great Lakes Habitats In New Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Play Area
The Nature's PlaySpace opened Saturday and allows kids to explore Illinois' dunes, lakes, savannahs, rivers, wetlands and prairies in an indoor setting.
Lincoln Park Presbyterian’s Vigil Against Violence Will Also Explore The Harm Of Community Divestment
The church's Vigil Against Violence will honor every young person who died in gun violence over the past year.
Abraham Lincoln Statue In Lincoln Park Vandalized On Indigenous Peoples’ Day: ‘Dethrone The Colonizers’
An anonymous group vandalized the Standing Lincoln statue in hopes of drawing attention to Indigenous Peoples' Day and the 16th president's role in executing 38 Dakota men.
Drag Queen Maureen SanDiego Debuting ‘Fun, Silly And Stupid’ Double Feature Of Cabarets At Newport Theater
Maureen SanDiego is reviving her popular cabaret "Cher + Cockroaches" and debuting another, "Britneyjuice," Saturday at the Newport Theater before she moves to Los Angeles.
‘The First Homosexuals’ Exhibition At Wrightwood 659 Explores Early Understandings Of Homosexuality And Its Evolution
"The First Homosexuals" starts at 1869 when the term was coined in Europe and tracks how understandings of homosexuality evolved from then until 1930.
Julius Meinl Closes Southport Avenue Coffee Shop After 20 Years
The Southport Avenue shop was the first Julius Meinl to open in the United States, according to the company. The Lakeview cafe closed Sept. 30.