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21 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: St. Helen Carnival, Vintage Fall Fest, Oktoberfests And More
The temperatures are dropping, but the city isn't stopping, with fall fests, a night-long performance of Indian classical music, a tool sale and more fun.9:00 AM CDT
Tom Tunney For Mayor? Petitions To Get Outgoing Lakeview Alderman On Ballot Going Around As He Decides
Supporters of Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) are petitioning to get him on the ballot for the 2023 mayoral election while he decides whether to challenge Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
20 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Oktoberfests, Hyde Park Jazz, An Art Walk And More
You can celebrate Taylor Swift with drag performers, grab a beer in the woods and learn about Chicago's Underground Railroad History at weekend events.
Epic Kitchens’ Year-Old Lakeview Ghost Kitchen Location Closed Until ‘Further Notice’
Epic Kitchens' Lakeview restaurant is "closed ['til] further notice," according to a sign posted on its front door. The "Epic Kitchens" sign has also been taken down.
Smylie Brothers Closes Lakeview Brewery 1 Year After Opening
"It has been an absolute pleasure to serve the local community for the near 12 months that we were open," Smylie Bros' owners wrote. Its Evanston location is still open.
St. Alphonsus Oktoberfest Brings Brats, Beer And German-American History To Lakeview This Weekend
St. Alphonsus Oktoberfest runs Friday-Sunday with Bavarian foods, craft beer tasting and polka bands.
Transgender Icon Mama Gloria To Be Honored Next Month With Celebration Of Life
"Gloria was much-loved in the LGBTQ community, so it's a way of our family letting them know that we appreciate them for accepting her into their family," her cousin said.
First Tee Opens $2 Million Golf Center On Lakefront: ‘Every Kid Will Have Better Experiences’
The $2 million, 60,000-square-foot facility was built by a nonprofit that provides programs, coaching and camps for children to learn golf.
18 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Riot Fest, Beverly Art Walk And More Fun
The Lakeview Taco Fest, Martini Festival, Edgewater Arts Festival and several Mexican Independence Day celebrations are also on tap.
Vote For Chicago’s Best Taco And Watch Mexican Wrestling Matches At Lakeview Taco Fest This Weekend
Twelve local restaurants will compete for the "People's Choice" award at this weekend's Lakeview Taco Fest.
Protesters Say Plans To Overhaul Belmont In Lakeview Leaves Cyclists, Pedestrians Behind
Bicyclists have criticized a city plan to add painted bike lanes from Southport Avenue to Halsted Street, saying the lanes don't cover enough ground and should be concrete-protected to keep riders safe.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Ravenswood Art Walk, Mexican Independence Parade & A Pickle Crawl
From a gyro fest and double-dutch meetup to dog yoga and two Selena-themed tributes, there's something for everyone this weekend.
Scammers Are Asking People Near Wrigley Field For Money On Venmo, Then Using Their Phone To Take More, Officials Warn
Don't give strangers your phone, officials warned Chicagoans after recent scams near Wrigley Field.
NYC-Style Apartment Bidding Wars Hit Chicago Renters: ‘If You’re Not Willing To Go $500 Over List Price, Don’t Even Bother’
Apartments in hot neighborhoods are renting for hundreds of dollars a month over their list prices thanks to a market squeezed by the pandemic and rising inflation, experts said.
You Can Do Doga — Yoga With Dogs — At The Roscoe Village Farmers Market’s Upcoming Event
The Roscoe Village Farmers Market is holding a daylong event with dog-friendly yoga, kids activities and treats from local businesses.
Here’s How To Participate In The Southport Neighbors Association’s 2nd Annual Yard Sale
People within the Southport Neighbors Association's boundaries can register to participate in its annual yard sale on Sept. 24.
WOOGMS Labor Day Parade Returning For 60th Year: ‘Everybody Marches, Nobody [Just] Watches’
"Everybody marches, nobody (just) watches," is the motto for the parade, which invites people from across the Chicago area to march.
Bulls Fest, Lucha Libre Wrestling, Fiesta Boricua And More: 20 Things To Do In Chicago Labor Day Weekend
The Chicago Jazz Festival, Taste of Polonia, ARC Music Festival, the African Festival of the Arts and Bike the Drive are also on deck.
Chicago Restaurants Are Struggling To Keep Staff As Burned-Out Workers Bail For Better Pay, Less Stress
Many restaurants have hiked wages, but it's not enough for workers disillusioned by cranky customers and grueling work. “If you don’t have to go back to hell, why set yourself up to burn?”
Ald. Tom Tunney Endorses Chief Of Staff Bennett Lawson To Replace Him As 44th Ward Alderman
Lawson has served as chief of staff to the powerful North Side alderman since 2007.