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Northwest Side Bike Shop Cog Cycles Now Sells Yarn And Holds Knitting Workshops: ‘It’s Yarn Season’
The North Park bike shop launched its yarn retail side to further build community.
Lincoln Square Alderman Rejects Developers’ Plan To Build Apartments At St. Matthias Rectory
Neighbors were concerned the proposed development only had three affordable units and were worried about its parking, the alderperson said.
Northwest Side Homeowners Can Get Financial Relief For Unpaid Property Taxes
Applications are open for a program that could provide homeowners with $5,000 for a delinquent tax bill.
Lake Effect Brewing Will Close Production Site In December As Avondale Taproom Plans Move Forward
The brewing company is open until Dec. 15. The owner needs more sales to boost business and get rid of beer before moving.
Sisters’ Albany Park Charcuterie Boards Showcase Their Love For Hispanic Heritage And The Holidays
De Charcuterie Sisters are creating custom Halloween charcuterie boards inspired by horror icons and their heritage.
Homeowners Hit Hard By September’s ‘Supercell’ Storm And Flooding Won’t Get Federal Relief
Nearly 2,000 North Side residents reported flooding in their basements after the September storm overwhelmed city sewers and created flash floods.
Skeleton Pirate Ship Crashes Into Old Irving Park Lawn, Lighting Up The Block For Halloween
Neighbors can expect a cannon blast from the ship on Halloween night, along with plenty of candy, the homeowner said.
Halloween And Día De Los Muertos In Chicago 2022: 70+ Events To Celebrate Around The City
There are trunk-or-treat events for kids throughout the city, Halloween parades, haunted houses and more this Halloween weekend.
Lincoln Square Alderman Mocks CTA With Ghost Train Costume At City Council
Ald. Andre Vasquez wore the Halloween costume as he's set to introduce a measure to require CTA leaders to give City Council quarterly updates or risk losing funding.
Haunted Chicago: Here’s Some Of Our Favorite Neighborhood Halloween Decorations
PHOTOS: Check out how Chicagoans have decked out homes across the city for Halloween.
Concrete-Protected Bike Lanes Come To Milwaukee Avenue On Northwest Side, But Some Are Already Damaged
The barriers have so far been installed sporadically from Addison to Kenneth and replace the painted bike lane and flexi posts.
Ravenswood’s Empirical Brewery Evicted Because Of Thousands In Unpaid Rent, Court Records Show
Empirical's landlord terminated the lease in May after brewery owners failed to pay more than $16,000 in rent. Authorities evicted the company from its Malt Row home Friday.
Empirical Brewery Abruptly Closing After 7 Years In Ravenswood: ‘A Pretty Big Disappointment’
Empirical Brewery helped usher in the "Malt Row" slate of breweries lining the Metra tracks in Ravenswood.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Halloween Parades And Parties, A Beer Stroll, Vegan Market And More
There's also Diwali in the Park, a music festival and Día de los Muertos procession.
Son of Alps East Owners Opens Diner In Same North Center Location
Irene’s Finer Diner opened Friday morning. The Irving Park Road spot changed hands at least twice since the owner's family closed Alps East in 2012.
Lincoln Square’s The Green Post Now Open For Breakfast And Lunch At Former Red Lion Location
The pub and coffee shop aims to be a family-friendly spot good for a quick bite, watching a soccer match or meeting friends for a pint, its leaders said.
Celebrate Halloween Without Alcohol At Sober Costume Party Friday
Chicago AF, a growing community of sober adults, is hosting the booze-free party complete with a dance floor, photo booth and open bar.
Irving Park Pantry Collecting Winter Coats For Residents In Need, With Smaller Sizes High On Wish List
People can drop off their donations at several Irving Park, Portage Park and Jefferson Park businesses, gyms or police stations until the end of November.
Fed Up With Long-Abandoned Homes, Ravenswood Manor Neighbors Urge City To Crack Down On Owners
Calls to public officials haven't saved the slumping homes, neighbors said. Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez's office is pushing for a meeting with city officials about the houses.
West Ridge Landlord Killed In Gruesome Attack Was A Talented Pianist With A Lifelong Love Of Classical Music, Family Says
Frances "Fran" Walker was killed last week at her West Ridge home. She was passionate about music and was known to take care of others.