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Irving Park Neighbors Blast Developer For ‘Bulky’ Townhomes, Apartments: ‘This Is Not Downtown’
Opposition to the development has even united unlikely allies: Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez and former Ald. Dick Mell.
Play Kickball And Support Irving Park Neighborhood Programs
Proceeds will support the Greater Independence Park Neighborhood Association programs and events, like the local farmers market.
Apple Fest Returns To Lincoln Square In October After Skipping A Year Because Of The Pandemic
The festival is expanding to Wilson Avenue and will feature a variety of apple-themed food, drinks and apples from local farms.
Dorothy’s Sweet Shoppe Debuts Upgraded Lincoln Square Storefront, Classrooms
The renovated space on Lincoln Avenue includes kitchen equipment donated by Sophie Evanoff, owner of pastry shop Vanille.
Want To Help Preserve Lincoln Square’s German History? Check Out Neighborhood Nights At DANK Haus
Joe and Susan Heinen closed the Red Lion Pub earlier this year. But since May they’ve been serving drinks at DANK Haus' Neighborhood Nights events.
How You Can Help Amundsen High School Music Students Get New Instruments This Year
"What we want to do ... is we want to get an instrument into the hands of every single kid," the school's music director said.
North Center Celebrates Updated Town Square With Homecoming Fest This Weekend
The $2 million square opened to the public last year and will host performances by The Black Oil Brothers, Big Fans, the Original Big Shoulders Jazz Band.
Some CPS Parents, Fearful Of COVID-19 And Frustrated With District, Are Forced To Send Their Kids Back Despite Concerns
Responding to concerns, CPS authorized principals to flip classes to remote learning while COVID-19 case investigations are being completed.
After More Than 400 Exposed To COVID At Lane Tech, Some Question Safety, District’s Notification Process
"I really just need to know real-time information at my kids' individual schools," one Lane parent said.
312RiverRun Trail Finally Complete As Officials Unveil Bike, Running Path Under Rebuilt Irving Park Bridge
The complete trail connects three parks along the North Branch of the Chicago River.
Lane Tech Honors First Female Students 50 Years After Going Coed: ‘Thank You For Your Fearlessness’
Lane Tech's first female students enrolled in September 1971 after six decades of being an all-boys institution.
Lincoln Square Taproom Opens In Former Huettenbar On Lincoln Avenue
The taproom’s menu includes Oktoberfest brews, ciders and other beers on tap, as well as Malört.
A Secret Society Of Chicago Bakers Meets Every Month — And It’s Keeping Beloved Bakeries Alive
The Bakers Dozen was founded in the 1930s. Its members — beloved bakery owners — meet in secret once per month to sample each other's goods, catch up and help keep their businesses alive.
Ravenswood Manor’s Garage Sale Has Thousands Of Bargains To Check Out Sunday
The event typically draws bargain hunters from all over. This year, more than 140 households are participating.
Ravenswood ArtWalk Returns This Weekend With Focus On Local Artisans
The event runs Saturday and Sunday. It will feature photographers, jewelers, brewers and more.
Irving Park Restaurant Owner Says He’s Following Indoor Mask Rules And Surprised City Put Him On Scofflaw List
“I had two uncles and my father die last year from COVID-19,” the owner said. “I don’t think COVID is a game, and we take that very seriously.”
Townhomes And Apartments Planned At Former DePaul College Prep Campus Face Pushback From Neighbors, Alderman
The proposal would add 357 homes along the North Branch of the Chicago River. But Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez said she doesn't support the development.
Chicago Rolls Out Mental Health Emergency Teams To Reduce Police Encounters With People In Crisis
The Crisis Assistance Response and Engagement program will create teams focused on de-escalating an emergency and providing follow-up treatment.
A Photographer Started Baking In The Pandemic. Now, She And Her Husband Will Open R&A Bread Bakers In Lincoln Square
A friend gave co-founder Rachel Beltzman sourdough starter last year for her new baking hobby. Now, she's opening a bakery with bagel sandwiches.
Half Acre Invites Neighbors For A Few Final Pours At Lincoln Avenue Taproom This Month
“We’re excited to welcome people back for a quick spin in here,” Half Acre's founder said.