Bridgeport, Chinatown, McKinley Park
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
28 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Mole De Mayo, Memorial Day Parade, Randolph Street Market And More
You can also check out the Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest, a South Side chili cook-off, Mayfestiversary and a Star Wars burlesque comedy show.
Meet Julia Ramirez, The First Woman Elected To Lead The Southwest Side’s 12th Ward
Ramirez, a Brighton Park native, worked at nonprofits across the city and as a social worker in Chicago Public Schools before running for office in the Southwest Side ward.
Ald. Nicole Lee Plans To Help The Near South Side Thrive — And Make A New High School A Reality
With her first year behind her, Lee plans to focus on implementing a participatory budget committee and economic development in her new term.
No Wonder So Many Alderpeople Get In Trouble: There Is No Training Manual For Newly Elected Folks
City Council still doesn’t have a formal onboarding and transition process for new alderpeople. Different groups have tried to fill the gap — and compete for influence.
New Park District Headquarters Opens In Brighton Park
The 17-acre site features outdoor turf fields, a playground, a splash pad, indoor basketball courts and office space for about 200 Park District staff.
Three Chicago Buildings Top List Of Most Endangered Historic Places In Illinois
The annual list includes the Century and Consumers buildings Downtown and the Damen Silos on the South Side.
Haters Gonna Hate: Taylor Swift Songs Banned By DJs At Chinatown Cocktail Bar
While Swifties might skip Best Bar over the ban, customers can expect a variety of house music and timeless craft cocktails made by a master mixologist.
3 Beloved Bridgeport Restaurants Are Closing: Nana, Taco E And Ajo
Husband-and-wife duo Omar Solis and Audri Simonelli-Solis said they decided to close Nana, Taco E and Ajo because the restaurants have struggled during the pandemic.
New White Sox Mascot? Meet The Stray Sox Park Cat Adopted By Team Photographer
The cat, aptly named Beef, was seen wandering the stadium and swiping snacks from fans. "You don't expect to see a cat playing center field," one fan said.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Cherry Blossoms, Beach Yoga, A Dank Magic Market And More
You can also do yoga with bunnies, celebrate Earth Day with various activities and workshops and watch a film shot in Rogers Park.
Controversial MAT Asphalt Gets $141 Million In City Contracts, Faces $20,000 Fine And New Pollution Regulations
MAT Asphalt has been at the center of environmental concerns since it opened in 2018. One of neighbors' biggest complaints is the smell that comes from the facility.
White Sox Pitcher Liam Hendriks Completes Final Round Of Chemotherapy
At the Sox's home opener Monday, the team played a video of Hendriks where he promised to return soon.
Ald. Nicole Lee Wins 1st Full Term To Represent City’s First Asian-Majority Ward
Lee, who was appointed to the 11th Ward seat in 2022, handily won Tuesday's race after police officer Anthony Ciaravino forced a runoff.
Wrigley Field’s Opening Day Weather: Partly Sunny And Maybe 49 Degrees — With Wind Gusts
The Cubs take on the Brewers Thursday at home, where there's a chance for rain later in the day. The Sox will have their home opener Monday, when partly sunny skies are expected.
13 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Oddities Flea Market, An Easter Egg Hunt For Your Dog And More
You can usher in April with a cleanup event, an anti-war benefit and more.
Little Village Discount Mall Vendors, Some There For Decades, Pack Up As They Are Kicked Out Of Booths
A judge denied an emergency motion Friday to prevent them from being locked out, forcing about 40 vendors to pack up. Efforts are underway to move them to Little Village or Gage Park.
Small Cheval Burgers Are Coming To Wrigley Field, While Sox Park Is Getting Mangonadas
The North and South side baseball teams unveiled their menu changes this year — and they look decadent and delicious.
Look Inside Bridgeport’s Iconic Ramova Theater As It Undergoes A Massive Restoration
PHOTOS: The 1929 movie house, a sister theater to Lakeview's Music Box, is getting a $30 million makeover into an entertainment complex after sitting dormant for more than 30 years.
New Park District Headquarters In Brighton Park On Track To Open This Summer
Residents can expect summer programs at the new headquarters, Park District officials said during a community meeting Tuesday.
‘You Didn’t See Nothin’ Podcast Takes A Closer Look At The Lenard Clark Case And Its Impact On A Fractured City
In 1997, a 13-year-old Black boy rode his bike into a mostly-white section of Bridgeport, and three white teens severely beat him. A journalist who covered the case at the time revisits the case in a new podcast.