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3 Dogs Found Safe After Dogaholics Day Care Van Stolen In Lakeview
Dogs Keith, Pappy and Stella were stolen from a Dogaholics day care van Thursday afternoon in Lakeview.
Chicago’s Blarney Stone, A Wrigleyville Fixture, To Close After More Than 50 Years
The beloved dive bar will close Oct. 2 after more than 50 years in Wrigleyville.
‘Metallica Emergency’ For Fans As Band Plays Surprise Show At The Metro
Fans scrambled to the legendary venue Monday afternoon after the Hall of Fame metal band announced it would play a surprise gig there.
Metallica To Play Surprise Show At Metro Monday Night, Their First Concert There Since 1983
As word spread of the $20 concert, a line formed down Clark Street as fans tried to score tickets.
Lakeview Businesses Announce Return Of Halloween Beer Stroll For Adults, Trick-Or-Treating For Families
The Halloween-themed Lincoln Avenue Beer Stroll and Trick-or-Treat on Southport events are returning next month after being canceled due to the pandemic.
Southport Neighbors Association Is Holding Its First Yard Sale. Here’s How To Participate
The Southport Neighbors Association will help people promote their yard sales by publishing a map of all participating households and supplying yard signs.
Owner Of Town Hall Pub In Lakeview Dies Of COVID-19: ‘Everyone Who Knew Him Still Can’t Believe He’s Gone’
Town Hall Pub's owner, Bill Bucholtz, died of COVID-19 Sept. 6. The bar has been closed indefinitely.
Lakeview Taco Fest Returns This Weekend With Local Vendors, Live Lucha Libre Matches
The Lakeview Taco Fest will feature live Lucha Libre wrestling, music and tacos from more than a dozen vendors.
Despite Canceled Pride Parade, Pride Fest Will Go On As Planned And Add A Day
Howard Brown Health criticized Market Days organizers for a lack of COVID-19 precautions, but the organization said it supports extending the October festival.
With Pride Parade Canceled, Chicago Pride Fest Adds Extra Day To Weekend Street Festival
The Chicago Pride Fest will run Oct. 1-3, taking over the Northalsted neighborhood after being canceled last year due to the pandemic.
Metra To Replace 11 Old Bridges Through Lakeview As Part Of Union Pacific North Line Overhaul
Metra is replacing 120-year-old bridges from Fullerton Avenue to Cornelia Street. Neighbors can learn more at a Thursday night virtual meeting.
Chicago Party Aunt’s Netflix Show Promises Laughs — And A More Fun Side Of The City Rarely Seen On TV
"Chicago Party Aunt" premieres Sept. 17 on Netflix and features a number of references, Easter eggs and cameos from Chicago legends.
Nearly 3 Weeks After Fatal Wrigleyville Hit-And-Run, Surviving Victim Begs Driver To Come Forward
Sophie Allen, 27, was killed and her best friend, Nahiomy Alvarez, was injured when a driver slammed into them in Wrigleyville and ran off. No one has been arrested, police said.
Chicago Pride Parade Canceled For Second Year Due To Coronavirus Pandemic
The parade, which had been pushed back from June to Oct. 3 to give the city more time to recover from the pandemic, will hopefully return in 2022, organizers say.
Some People Think Amazon Lockers In Parks Are Great, Park District Says Amid Uproar
In a news release titled, "What People Are Saying About Amazon Lockers," the Park District highlighted five supporters. Meanwhile, a South Side alderman has joined others in blocking them in her ward.
City Investigating COVID-19 Cases Tied To Market Days
The city has found "several" cases connected to the festival, which was held earlier this month.
Massive Goose Island Development Poised To Get Initial Approval From City
The development would bring Goose Island its first residential units in decades and a 300-room hotel.
Amazon Lockers Will Net Park District $137,600 At Most For First Year, Contract Shows
"It is not enough to justify having branding in our parks. It is absolutely not enough," Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33rd) said. "I think this is a slap in the face."
Reeling LGBTQ Film Festival Announces 2021 Lineup With Opening Night At Music Box Theatre
The fest, which showcases queer films, runs Sept. 23-30 at various theaters.
After CPS Investigation, Staffer Accused Of Inappropriate Touching Reinstated In Lakeview — And Some Parents Aren’t Happy
The staff member, who was suspended in 2020 after being accused of touching a student inappropriately, will be reinstated, it was announced this week. Details of the investigation were not released.