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Limit St. Patrick’s Day Crowds Or We’ll Shut You Down, City Warns Chicago Bars
Dancing and congregating won't be allowed, and patrons must remain seated in bars, the city's liquor commissioner said.
Wrigley Field, Sox Park Will Reopen To Fans On Opening Day As Coronavirus Spread Slows, Lightfoot Says
The Cubs' opening day is April 1 and the White Sox open at home April 8. Those will be Chicago's first major sports teams to be allowed to welcome back crowds since the pandemic started in spring 2020.
Avenue Tavern Owner Quietly Closed Lakeview Bar Because Of Eviction: ‘It’s Devastating’
Owner Mark Camilleri said talks to reduce rent fell through while the landlord says the owner stopped paying rent altogether at the start of the pandemic.
‘Badass Women’ Of Chicago History Highlighted In Virtual Tour
The virtual tour, being held during Women's History Month, will highlight six local women who have made a mark on Chicago and world history.
Wrigley Field Vaccination Site Could Be Coming Soon For Chicago Seniors
Advocate Aurora Health said it is in talks with the city to open a site near the ballpark, which would be more accessible to people 65 and older without cars.
Steingold’s Modern Jewish Deli Opening Southport Storefront And Walk-Up Window This Week
Steingold's new home two doors north of the Music Box Theatre will reopen Wednesday at 8 a.m. for delivery and takeout orders.
Dog Walkers, Pet Sitters Try To Hold On With Minimal Business During Pandemic
Dog-walking companies are struggling but hope warmer weather, more vaccinations and the dog adoption boom can bring back normalcy to the industry.
Ald. Tom Tunney Fined $2,000 For Serving Diners Inside Lakeview’s Ann Sather In December
The alderman, who has owned Ann Sather since 2003, could have faced a fine up to $10,500 for illegally opening his restaurant to diners despite a state ban.
Lincoln Park Artist Selling Paintings Of Struggling Bars And Restaurants To Support Them During Pandemic
Josh Moulton has painted beloved bars and restaurants like Geja's Cafe and Twin Anchors to raise money for them during the pandemic.
Cafe El Tapatio Owner Brings His Churros To Lakeview After Learning To Make Them From Mexican Street Vendor
Churro Parlor opened this month, offering churros that are topped instead of stuffed. Toppings include Mexican chocolate ganache and dulce de leche, and sprinkles of Oreo cookie crumble, Fruity Pebbles or Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Lakeview Group Offering Grants For Creative Neighborhood Events, Programs
People with creative ideas for neighborhood events could receive $5,000 and technical support from the local special service area.
Crews Begin Work On Lakeview’s Waveland Clocktower Building, Will Become First Tee Youth Golfing Facility
First Tee Greater Chicago's youth golfing facility will have a learning center, lounge and golf simulator for kids in its program.
Here’s How You Could Design An Official Wrigleyville T-Shirt
The Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce is holding a T-shirt design contest to create its next official Wrigleyville shirt.
Raising Cane’s Wrigleyville Set To Open In March
The Wrigleyville Raising Cane's will open in the former Rockit Burger Bar on Clark Street and Waveland Avenue.
Ella Elli In Lakeview Reopens For First Time Since Fall Indoor Dining Ban
Ella Elli was closed for almost four months during the latest indoor dining ban, but it reopened Friday in time for Valentine's Day.
Lakeview Alderman Supports 5-Story Apartment Building At Former Zia’s Site, But Some Neighbors Worry About Traffic
Developers want to knock down the Italian restaurant to build a 48-unit apartment building, but neighbors are worried it will cause traffic congestion.
Dinkel’s Bakery For Sale? Popular German Bakery Lists Property, But It Isn’t Closing, Broker Says
The firm that listed the Lakeview bakery said its owners are "just evaluating their options," which could include selling the property and relocating the store.
Lakeview Nightlife Workers Sending Valentines To LGBTQ Seniors, Hoping To Show ‘A Little Bit Of Love’ Amid Pandemic
The organizers behind the Valentine's Day project said the cards will "help ease the isolation of the pandemic" for LGBTQ seniors.
Mass Vaccination Sites At Wrigley Field, United Center Could Happen — When City Gets More Doses
"This will be something for sure that is in our future for Chicago in one way or another, but it will be more when there is more vaccine available," said Dr. Allison Arwady.
Police Install More License Plate Readers On Lake Shore Drive To Slow ‘Out-Of-Control’ Carjacking Surge
Carjackings in the Lakeview and Lincoln Park area have more than doubled in the last year, and police are increasingly using cameras to track people using expressways to flee scenes.