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Chicago Police’s LGBTQ Liaison Team Expands From 1 To 6 Officers As Police Try To Build Trust With Queer Communities
The LGBTQ liaisons are tasked with improving relationships with the queer community by responding to hate crimes and engaging people in training and policy changes.
Wrigleyville Will Get A New ‘Movement,’ A Gym With A Climbing Wall, In September
The three-story, 43,000-square-foot facility also will have yoga and fitness studios.
Lakeview Businesses Launch Online Marketplace To Get Chicagoans To Shop Local On Amazon Prime Day
The marketplace has hundreds of items from local stores and restaurants within the Lakeview Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce's boundaries.
Lakeview Fitness Organizations Offering Free Outdoor Workout Classes This Summer
The free summer workout series is hosted by local personal fitness businesses like Five Keys Yoga, Lakeshore Sport & Fitness and more.
Lakeview’s Tenenbaum Hardware Closing After 98 Years: ‘It’s Like Saying Bye To Family’
The family-run store, which opened in 1923, is being sold to developers who want to tear down the building to construct apartments. "It's just time. The building is tired, we're tired and business isn't what it used to be."
Market Days Lineup Is Out, With Trixie Mattel, Todrick Hall, Greyson Chance And Fierce Project Headlining
Market Days, a three-day event this year, is set for Aug. 6-8 on Halsted Street. It'll feature "Drag Race" and "Pose" stars.
With Lollapalooza Aftershows, Live Music Will Return To The Metro After 16-Month Shutdown
The six-night run will feature Limp Bizkit, Jimmy Eat World and Freddie Gibbs.
Smartbar In Wrigleyville Reopening This Weekend: ‘We Cannot Wait To Dance With You’
Smartbar, the indie nightclub known for its house and techno music, is welcoming people for the first time since March 2020.
‘Life-Threatening’ Currents, Waves Will Make It Dangerous To Swim In Lake Michigan Monday
This week is expected to be mostly sunny and warm in Chicago, though.
At Drag March For Change, Activists Say Fight For Black Trans Justice Must Continue — Starting In Northalsted
"I'm tired of these bars on North Halsted dragging their feet on things we have told them they need to improve on to make their businesses better for everyone," said one organizer. "It still feels like the same old Boystown."
First Tee Opens Youth Golfing Facility That Transforms Waveland Clock Tower Building Into A Clubhouse
The new clubhouse features an indoor golfing simulator and a learning lounge for kids in First Tee — Greater Chicago's program.
Drag March For Change, Which Drew Thousands Last Year, Returns Sunday: ‘We Want People Of Color To Have A Seat At The Table’
The second Drag March for Change begins 12:30 p.m. Sunday at the corner of Belmont and Halsted.
As Long-Awaited Red Line Overhaul Begins, Officials Say Disruption To North Side Stations Will Be ‘Worth It’
The reconstruction will completely rebuild Red and Purple line tracks and create stations at Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr.
Long-Awaited AIDS Garden Finally Breaks Ground — And Could Open This Fall
The garden has been in the works for more than a decade, but it's faced delays due to funding issues.
Goodbye, ‘Boystown’: After Lakeview Strip Rebranded To Be More Inclusive, Banners Now Welcome Visitors To Northalsted
Lakeview's Boystown banners were replaced after critics said the nickname didn't represent women and nonbinary people.
Dance Floors Reopen In Chicago’s LGBTQ Neighborhood After 15 Months Of Coronavirus Closure: ‘It Feels Like Pride Again’
"I cannot describe how extraordinary it feels" to see normalcy return, one bar manager said as he held back tears.
Pop-Up Book Sales, Audio Walking Tours And More Coming To Lakeview This Summer Through Community Grant Program
Nearly a dozen community events and mini-festivals throughout the neighborhood this summer are being supported by $40,000 in grants.
Wrigley Field Mass Vaccination Site Closing Saturday As City Focuses On Local Events
The site at Gallagher Way opened about two months ago, with more than 42,000 vaccine doses administered there since then.
Friday’s Expanded Capacity At Wrigley Field Means 25,000 Can Hear New, History-Making PA Announcer
Jeremiah Paprocki, 21, is the youngest and first Black PA announcer for the Chicago Cubs. "I've always dreamed of getting this job ... but now to actually have it is unbelievable."
Man, 52, Dies After Crashing Porsche Into At Least Five Cars In Lakeview
The crash happened on Addison Street near Southport Avenue, police said.