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Liquor Sale Curfew, DuSable Delayed: Here’s Everything You Need To Know Out Of City Council
There was little change for the most controversial items that were on the City Council docket, but aldermen did approve multiple projects in the neighborhoods.
Roscoe Village Is Getting Its First Farmers Market Next Month. These Are Its Vendors
The Roscoe Village Farmers Market will feature fresh produce, pastries, coffee and other goods from nearly a dozen Chicago-area vendors.
Chicago Cubs Get One-Time OK For Weekend Night Game Next Month
Night weekend games at Wrigley typically are banned, but the City Council approved an exception to give the team more rest before the June 18 game against Miami.
Chicago Beaches Officially Reopen Friday With Lifeguards, Amenities
Concessions will make their return for Memorial Day weekend.
Pride Parade To Be Held In October After Last Year’s Coronavirus Cancellation
Chicago's LGBTQ Pride Parade is making its comeback Oct. 3 after being canceled last year by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lake Shore Drive Could Be Renamed Du Sable Drive Today As City Council Prepares To Vote
City Council will consider changing the iconic drive's name over Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s objections.
Chicagoans Who Get Vaccinated At City-Run Sites Can Get 5 Free Tickets To Six Flags
The city is bringing COVID vaccinations events to salons, beaches and other spots around the city this week and over Memorial Day weekend.
Open Street Dining Returns To Lakeview This Weekend. Here’s Where You Can Eat
Portions of Southport Avenue, Sheffield Avenue and Broadway in Lakeview will be closed this weekend so restaurants can serve diners in the street.
Demand For Block Parties Is Sky High But City Hasn’t Started The Permitting: ‘It’s Frickin’ Almost Summer,’ Alderman Warns
Ald. Tom Tunney blasted the city's "lack of leadership" during a committee meeting Thursday over a lack of guidance surrounding summer block parties.
Chicago Is Rapidly Losing Its Signature Home, The Two-Flat: ‘Now You Go Through Lincoln Park And It Looks Like The Suburbs’
Chicago has lost thousands of two-, three- and four-unit buildings. In wealthy areas, they've become single-family homes. In poorer neighborhoods, they're now vacant lots.
White Sox, Cubs Allowing More Fans At Games — And They’re Opening Special Sections For Fully Vaccinated People
The team will also open two vaccination sites at Guaranteed Rate Field, providing gift cards to fans who get their shots before games.
Vegan Joint Stand-Up Burgers Opens Wednesday In Lakeview, Giving Free Meals To First 300 Customers
Vegan burger joint Stand-Up Burgers opens Wednesday at 614 W. Diversey Parkway in Lincoln Park.
This Chicago Cafe Is Using Coffee Profits To Send People To Therapy
Coffee, Hip-Hop and Mental Health is raising money to send 250 Chicagoans to therapy. "This is what turning pain into power looks like. This is the people's coffee shop."
Festivals Are Returning This Summer. Here’s A Peek At What’s Back
Mayor Lightfoot announced officials have begun reviewing applications for outdoor festivals, street and arts and craft fairs and athletic events.
Lakeview’s Market Days — Now A 3-Day Street Festival — Will Make Comeback In Late Summer
The LGBTQ-friendly street festival is coming back with an extra night, running Aug. 6–8 this year.
Here’s How To Celebrate Mother’s Day In Lakeview, Roscoe Village While Supporting Local Businesses
Families can shop for Mother's Day gifts or celebrate the holiday at businesses along the Southport Corridor and in Roscoe Village.
Lakeview Principal Who Reported Black Mom To DCFS Quits After Weeks Of Pressure From Parents
Daniela Bylaitis announced her immediate resignation Tuesday. She was criticized after calling DCFS on a mom whose son was picked up seven minutes late.
Lakeview Low-Line Market Returns In June With New Vendors, Social Distancing Guidelines
The Low-Line Market will be open Thursdays starting in June.
New Guthries Tavern Owner Promises To Preserve Beloved Wrigleyville Bar: ‘I’m Buying Guthries To Keep It Guthries’
The tavern, which announced last summer it was closing for good due to the pandemic, will now reopen sometime in June.
New Vegan Spot Stand-Up Burgers Giving Away Hundreds Of Free Burgers To Celebrate Monday Opening Downtown
Vegan burger joint Stand-Up Burgers is giving away free meals to the first 300 customers at its Downtown location, 204 N. Wells St.