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Houndstooth Saloon Closing Sunday, Marking ‘End Of An Era’ In Wrigleyville
The Clark Street bar is closing after profits declined due to nearby CTA construction. It opened in 2006.
Heads Up, Chicago: Red-Winged Blackbirds Are Divebombing Earlier Than Usual This Year
The birds, which are notorious for fiercely protecting their offspring, appear to be nesting earlier this season thanks to unseasonably warm weather.
19 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Fair Trade Fest, Plant Sale, Mother’s Day And More
There's also the Lincoln Roscoe Art and Craft Fair, a yoga class with bunnies and a Hollywood-themed prom for pups.
Lakeview’s Low-Line Farmers Market Begins Summer Season Next Month
The Low-Line Market kicks off June 6 and runs Tuesdays near the Southport Brown Line Station. It will feature more than 20 Midwestern farmers and vendors.
Chicago Gay Bars Face Harassment After Ditching Bud Light Over Dylan Mulvaney Controversy
"We've gotten a lot of hate mail. But it's not my first experience with bullying, so I've got pretty tough skin, as do a lot of LGBTQ people who have been through this before," one bar owner said.
Strings Ramen Taking Over Former Furious Spoon Building In Lakeview For New Asian Restaurant
The new restaurant is down the street from the Lakeview outpost of the popular ramen chain.
Chicago Gay Bars Stop Selling Bud Light, Other Anheuser-Busch Beers After Brand Backs Down To Anti-Trans Critics
After backlash over the beer company partnering with transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, the brand distanced itself from the star without addressing the transphobia.
Northalsted-Based Elevate Coffee Opening Uptown Location In Former Home Of Heritage Outpost
Elevate Coffee is opening its second shop on Wilson Avenue after coming to Northalsted in 2018.
26 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Cinco De Mayo Bar Crawl, Hafla Dance Party, Pullman Walking Tour And More
You can kick off the first weekend of May with Chicago's Latino Spirits Festival, a spring market, North Pond wildflower walk and more.
Alderman-Elect Bennett Lawson Ready To ‘Hit The Ground Running’ When He Takes Over As Lakeview Alderman This Month
As Lawson succeeds Ald. Tom Tunney, his checklist from neighbors include reducing crime, attracting more small businesses and improving public transportation.
Chicago Is About To Have The Gayest City Council In The Country
Lesbian, gay and bisexual alderpeople now are one-fifth of the City Council — and they represent all corners of the city. The new members show "there is LGBTQ life outside of Boystown," one said.
Lakeview Teacher Who Left Chalk Messages For Students During Pandemic Wins Golden Apple Award
Rachel Werderits, a sixth-grade teacher at St. Andrew School, was surprised with the prestigious award Tuesday. Golden Apple winners get $5,000 and a Northwestern University sabbatical.
Jonas Brothers Will Perform At Wrigley Field This Summer
The boy band will make its debut at the ballpark Aug. 25. Tickets go on sale next week.
16 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Pickle Fest, Bookstore Crawl, Chinese Music Concert And More
There's also a launch party for a Chicago brewery, an Edgebrook art and wine walk and a 5K through Ravenswood and Lincoln Square.
A House That’s A Shorter Walk To Wrigley Field Than A Home Run Trot Hits Market For $1 Million
The 130-year-old house on Addison Street is just 300 feet from the Wrigley Field marquee.
LGBTQ Seniors, College Students Come Together In Lakeview Art Exhibit That Tells ‘Stories And Glories Of Our Lives’
The LGBTQ+ Intergenerational Dialogue Project pairs queer students with older LGBTQ adults to bond over shared meals and art-making while learning their history.
Sway, Northalsted’s First Dispensary Planned For Former Town Hall Pub, Gets Approval From Key City Panel
The dispensary opening in the former Town Hall Pub space will be named Sway after a weed brand that's Black- and gay-owned.
Slayyyter, Eureka O’Hara, Heather Small Among This Year’s Pride Fest Performers
This year's Pride Fest is June 17-18 along a stretch of North Halsted Street in the LGBTQ neighborhood.
‘They’ve Only Reminded Us What We’re Up Against’: Lakeview Church Supports LGBTQ+ Community Despite Homophobic Vandalism
Someone has repeatedly vandalized supportive messages for the LGBTQ+ community outside of Holy Covenant United Methodist Church.
My Block, My Hood, My City Giving Away 1,000 Meals As Walmart Closes South Side Stores
Neighbors have said they were stunned by the announcement and are worried about losing access to affordable food, prescriptions and necessities.