Common Cup Coffee Shop Reopens In Rogers Park After Pandemic Shutdown
After months of planning, the coffee shop in Rogers Park is back Thursday-Sunday. For now, hours are reduced.
Culver’s New Restaurant In Pullman Looks To Fill 60-70 Jobs
The restaurant will be the first stand-alone, casual sit-down dining option opening in the community in years, according to Culver's.
Make Your Own Sugar Skulls For Día De Los Muertos At Cakewalk Chicago’s Beverly Workshop
Lori Parrett, pastry chef and owner, is resuming workshops after a long pandemic hiatus. For each ticket sold, she will donate a birthday baking kit to two area food pantries.
Return An Aurelio’s Pizza Box Top This Month And Restaurant Will Donate To Get Books To Kids
Each donation provides a book the charity will give to young children from low-income households.
As Longtime Restaurant Owner Fights MS, Northwest Siders Help His Family Raise Money For Expensive Treatment
Freddy Rafidi, owner of Roma's Italian Beef & Sausage, has lived with the disease for more than 20 years. To pay for an $80,000 procedure, his community is stepping up.
An Art Exhibit On Bipolar Disorder Is Coming To River North This Weekend
The exhibition will feature work from a variety of artists — including Chicagoans Kelly Mathews and Victoria Loeb — to raise awareness of bipolar disorder.
Revolution Brewery Has A New Hazy Pale Ale Honoring Chicago Fire Team
Supporters will be able to taste Hazy Pitch for the first time at a preview party Wednesday at Revolution's taproom.
Modern Nun Band Shows Being Queer ‘Doesn’t Inherently Make You Unholy’
Edie McKenna, Lee Simmons and Haley Webster "love playing music" and "love being queer." They want their LGBTQ-friendly spiritual music to bring people together.
Open House Chicago Will Have 100+ Sites You Can Explore In Person This Weekend
The popular festival, which runs all weekend, invites people to tour buildings in more than 30 neighborhoods.
Día De Los Muertos Celebrations In Archer Heights Will Include ‘Trunk Or Treating’ And Public Ofrenda
There will be an altar, or ofrenda, for guests to display photos of their loved ones Oct. 30.
‘The Office Experience,’ Where You Can Recreate Scenes From The Classic Sitcom, Opens Friday
Michael's office, Dwight's car and Pam's desk are some of the iconic settings recreated at The Office Experience.
Try Beer, Cider, Mead And Coffee From 13 Local Companies At Northwest Brewfest This Month
The event includes beer, cider, mead and coffee tasting. There's a free beer for those who show up in a Halloween costume.
Little Italy Dive Bar Little Joe’s Celebrates 75 Years On Taylor Street: ‘We’re Here For The Long Term’
The owners bought the place in February 2020 — then faced the pandemic. Now the bar has new management, a new menu and a new patio.
After Beloved Sun Wah Worker Dies Of COVID-19, Loved Ones Launch Fundraiser To Support His Children
Friends want to raise $6,000 to send Jose Ulises Evaristo Martinez's remains to Mexico and support his four children.
Andersonville Named Second-Coolest Neighborhood In The World
Time Out pointed to Andersonville's LGBTQ+ nightlife and Clark Street bars and restaurants as prime attractions in the North Side neighborhood.
Limited Edition White Sox Bobbleheads Go On Sale This Week As Team Starts Playoffs
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is releasing bobbleheads of José Abreu, Yoán Moncada and Luis Robert.
Environmentalist Muslims Are Making Chicago’s Mosques Greener Through A New Program
The Chicago Muslims Green Team is launching the Green Mosque Program, which will start by helping the Downtown Islamic Center reduce its energy use.
Bring Your Pets To South Loop’s Annual Blessing Of The Animals Sunday
Grace Episcopal and Holy Trinity Lutheran Churches will host the worship service and the offerings will be donated to Friends of Petraits Rescue.
Get Vaccinated At Tuesday Event And You’ll Get A $5 Coupon To A Local Farm Stand
People who get vaccinated at the event can get a coupon for Growing Solutions Farm's stand.
A Small Business In Old Irving Park Reuses Old Shipping Envelopes, And Environmentalist Chicagoans Love It
Novo Lifecycle Products’ founder wants to extend the initiative to other local businesses, even at the cost of his own profit.