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The Budlong Hot Chicken Returns With New Owner, Menu — And Plans For 100 More Restaurants
Budlong's locations in Lincoln Square, Lincoln Park, the Loop and Hyde Park will host grand reopening events next week with discounts on food.9:12 AM CDT
Workers At Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago’s Oldest Museum, Are Voting To Unionize
Workers filed a petition Tuesday with the National Labor Relations Board that will trigger an election to form the union. If successful, the union would represent 45 full- and part-time employees.
12 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Oddities Flea Market, An Easter Egg Hunt For Your Dog And More
You can usher in April with a cleanup event, an anti-war benefit and more.
Chicago’s Big Spenders: Here’s Who Is Paying Serious Cash To Shape The Next City Council
Millions have fueled campaigns for City Council. The way candidates get their campaign cash — and who gives it to them — often reveals a lot about their alliances, promises and priorities.
Here’s How You Can Show Up For Transgender Day Of Visibility In Chicago
Transgender Day of Visibility is an international awareness day celebrating the lives and contributions of trans people while highlighting issues the community faces.
In Old Town, Pickleball Drama Brewing As Players, Local Parents Feud Over Court Access
A group of neighbors who say the three pickleball courts at Bauler Park were installed without community input want them removed, while other neighbors and players say the courts help build community.
Ald. Timmy Knudsen, Brian Comer Spar Over Policing, Development In 43rd Ward Debate
Knudsen and Comer shared different strategies on improving police staffing and revisited a controversy about Comer posting a video that had false information.
Meet ‘Chicago-Fried’ Comedian Maggie Winters, Performing 2 Sold-Out Solo Shows This Weekend
Winters' solo comedy show, “MARGUERITE," explores her life growing up in Chicago and is directed by her two brothers.
23 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Wine Fest, Shamrock Shuffle, A Pozole Cookoff And More
You can also shop at a farmers market, watch a Double Dutch competition and check out a Woman's History Month art show.
Popular Lincoln Park Restaurant Evette’s Opening Spot In Lakeview With Daily Brunch, Dinner
Evette's All Day builds on the first two Evette's restaurants by adding a daily brunch menu available until 2 p.m. and new dishes.
Green City Market Is Back This Spring In Lincoln Park And West Loop
The Green City Market locations will have new and returning vendors selling greens, root veggies, chicken, pork and other fresh food.
Lincoln Park Aldermanic Candidates Debate Public Safety But Agree Cops Should Patrol CTA
Ald. Timmy Knudsen and Brian Comer commended mayoral candidate Paul Vallas’ public safety plan, but they criticized each others’ ideas for reducing crime.
Chicago Strip Club Sued By Former Dancers, Alleging Sexual Assaults, Hostile Work Environment
The lawsuit says Rick's Cabaret — formerly VIPs — also purposefully misclassified the dancers as independent contractors to skirt federal and state laws governing compensation and discrimination.
43rd Ward Aldermanic Candidates To Debate The Issues Thursday In Old Town
Incumbent Ald. Timmy Knudsen and challenger Brian Comer, president of the Sheffield Neighborhood Association, will attend.
Ald. Timmy Knudsen Nabs Endorsements From 5 Retired Alderpeople, Former Rival In 43rd Ward Runoff
Former Ald. Michele Smith and former candidate Wendi Taylor Nations previously blasted Knudsen but are now backing him over Brian Comer. Comer accused Knudsen of sending a "misleading" poll about him.
43rd Ward Aldermanic Candidates Will Talk Neighborhood Issues Monday At Lincoln Park High School
Incumbent Ald. Timmy Knudsen and challenger Brian Comer, three-term president of the Sheffield Neighborhood Association, will attend.
3 Adorable Lion Cubs At The Lincoln Park Zoo Now Have Names
The cubs are still living behind the scenes at the zoo, but they'll go public this spring.
17 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Stout Fest, Pop-Up Markets, Lucky Charms Brunch And More
A Holi celebration, St. Patrick's Day brunch party and nautical flea market are also on tap.
Royal George Theater Apartments Plan Hits Another Roadblock As Neighbors Fight Zoning Change
Ald. Brian Hopkins said he won’t support the proposed development until neighbors’ concerns are addressed. Neighbors said new apartments would "completely alter the quiet enjoyment" of their homes.
Ald. Timmy Knudsen Faces Neighborhood Group Leader Brian Comer In Hot 43rd Ward Runoff
Brian Comer, president of the Sheffield Neighborhood Association, and appointed Ald. Timmy Knudsen were separated by just 367 votes in the Feb. 28 election.