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- 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
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Market Days Is Low Risk For Monkeypox Spread, Top Doc Says
Stigmatization over monkeypox puts members of the LGBTQ community at "greater danger of discrimination, hate and violence," and it prevents people from effectively addressing the virus, advocates say.
Market Days, Windy City Smokeout And More: 10 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend
Celebrate the first weekend of August at a South Side jazz fest or playing shuffleboard in Bucktown.
Lakeview Ald. Tom Tunney Says He Might Quit — Or Run For Mayor: Report
Ald. Tom Tunney told the Sun-Times Mayor Lori Lightfoot is "vulnerable" and added that he may — or may not — throw his hat in the ring to run against her.
Sign Painters Raising Money To Save Rare Ghost Signs In Lakeview Before Building Is Bulldozed
A collective of Chicago sign painters hopes to raise $20,000 to safely remove and store the signs before the building they're on is demolished in two weeks.
Power Couple At Byron’s Hot Dogs Are Neighborhood Stars After Nearly 30 Years Behind The Counter Together
Brant and Sandy Lidman — who have been married nearly 40 years and at Byron's Hot Dogs for decades — said they keep up with the restaurant's constant rush by "making it fun."
Stage 773 Theater Is Now WHIM, An Immersive, Art-Filled And Instagrammable Cocktail Bar
The new cocktail bar features over-the-top decorations that transport guests into fantastical settings, like an enchanted forest or clockwork cove.
Green Day Playing Chicago’s Metro After Lollapalooza Set
The show will take place at 11 p.m. Friday at the Metro. Tickets go on sale Wednesday online only.
Ald. Michele Smith Resigning In August After 11 Years Representing Lincoln Park
Smith has been alderperson for 11 years, but she said she has "deepening responsibilities towards family and friends" and must step down. Mayor Lightfoot will be able to appoint a replacement.
Lakeview Getting 24-Unit Apartment Building Near Paulina Brown Line Stop
City Council approved plans to redevelop the building at 3310 N. Lincoln Ave.
Lakeview’s Belmont Army Vintage Will Close For At Least A Week After Fire Ruins Basement
No one was injured when the vintage clothing store, which opened in 1975, caught fire Tuesday afternoon. "We just hope people can spread the word and come back shopping once we're back open to support us," the store manager said.
Rare, Decades-Old ‘Ghost Signs’ Revealed On Lakeview Building Facing Demolition
The siding on a wooden two-flat dating back to the 1890s was taken down recently, revealing well-preserved walls of advertisements for Shell Oil and Wonder Bread's predecessor that might date back to the '50s.
Lakeview, Roscoe Village Summer Sidewalk Sale Happening This Weekend
Dozens of local businesses are holding sidewalk sales along the Southport Corridor in Lakeview and Roscoe Street in Roscoe Village this weekend.
Little Goat Leaving West Loop, Moving To Former Southport Lanes In Lakeview
Little Goat will be one of three restaurants to take over the Southport Lanes space. It'll move there in early 2023.
Wrigley Field Upgrades Leaving Wheelchair Users Behind, Feds Allege In New Cubs Lawsuit
The team violated the Americans with Disabilities Act with its major renovations, federal prosecutors said. A Cubs spokesman said the renovation "greatly increased accessibility of the ballpark."
Tenenbaum Hardware’s Massive Sign Is For Sale As Owners Clear Out Of Longtime Lakeview Home Ahead Of Demolition
The store, which opened in 1923, will be torn down to make way for condos. "I think it's a part of Lakeview history, if not Chicago history," the owner said.
Beware: Red-Winged Blackbirds Are Back And Aggressively Defending Their Lakefront Nests
Signs warning of the birds — sometimes known as "nature's a--holes" — have popped up along the Rogers Park lakefront.
The Irish Oak Closes After 24 Years In Wrigleyville
The Irish Oak was a favorite hangout for fans of the Denver Broncos, Notre Dame and University of South Carolina.
Dan Wolf, Owner Of Lakeview’s The Bagel And Holocaust Survivor, Dies At 77: ‘He Was Just A Real Mensch’
Dan Wolf started working at the Bagel at 7 years old, typing the daily menus because he was the first family member to master English, his spouse said. He helped build the restaurant into a family-owned institution.
‘Chicago’s Best Burger’ Will Be Crowned This Month At Roscoe Village Burger Fest
The festival will feature vendor tents where people can buy grilled burgers, including some with unique toppings and vegan options.
Goodbye, Polka-Dots: Crews Break Ground On $16 Million Street Overhaul At Belmont And Lincoln
The streetscaping project will bring permanent curb extensions, new lighting and traffic signals, trees and widened sidewalks to the Lincoln Hub area in Lakeview.