Articles By Mina Bloom
“We’re just not making money. It was hard for us to break even,” the manager said.
The beloved ice cream parlor has been sweetening up report card week for decades.
The young people are calling on Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. (31st) and Logan Square/Hermosa residents to reject the proposal planned for 2537 N. Pulaski Road.
‘It’s Going To Be A Long Winter’: As Chicago’s Homeless Navigate Extreme Cold, Advocacy Group Urges City To Do More
It's only November, and already one man experiencing homelessness has died from cold exposure. Advocates worry about what will happen if these frigid temperatures continue.
You Already Love Maria And The Whirlaway Lounge. Now Learn The History Of Your Favorite Logan Square Dive
The event, set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, also promises a "rare glimpse into the owner's quarters."
Logan Square 100 Percent Affordable Housing Complex Advances As Commission Unlocks $10 Million In TIF Funding
The plan, which calls for 100 units of affordable housing next to the Logan Square Blue Line station, appears poised for final approval.
Logan Square Music Venue Slammed As ‘Hipster’ Gentrification, But No Evidence Club Will Displace Residents, Developers Say
Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. has said he wants to hear from the broader community before he decides whether or not to sign off on the zoning change needed to open the venue.
"Everyone was screaming and he just was laying there. His little shoe was off. It was just horrible," one witness said.
The incident happened around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 3200 block of North Elston Avenue, according to police.