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Steep Theatre Gets $3 Million City Grant To Build Out New Edgewater Playhouse
Steep lost its longtime Edgewater home to development in 2020. Theater leaders are planning a $5 million overhaul of its new home.8:20 AM CST
Construction Starts On Curb-Protected Bike Lanes, Bus-Only Lane On Edgewater’s Clark Street
City officials decided to overhaul the project after people complained the bike lane's original design did not do enough to improve safety for people on the road.7:27 AM CST
A Wave Of Construction Is Changing Uptown’s Wilson Avenue. Here Are The 4 Projects Adding 650 Apartments
That doesn't include the redevelopment of a historical Wilson Avenue theater into the new home of rock club Double Door.
Fake DoorDash Accounts Are Scamming Local Eateries And Customers
The delivery service company is investigating the fake accounts which recently targeted Brown Sugar Bakery in Chatham and Smoque BBQ in Old Irving Park.
Sheridan Road Closed To Southbound Traffic At Bryn Mawr Avenue Through Mid-December
The road is closed so crews can work on the water service for a development.
Kids Theater Group PlayMakers Laboratory Returns To The Stage After Nearly Closing Due To Pandemic
PlayMakers Laboratory's board voted to close the theater education company due to pandemic hardships. But after being revived by staff, PlayMakers is returning for two fundraiser shows Monday.
Marina’s Bistro Puerto Rican Restaurant Opening In Uptown
Marina's Bistro opened during the pandemic, operating from a "ghost kitchen" in Avondale where it served modern takes on Puerto Rican cuisine.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl, Pocket Con And Holiday Markets
Ring in winter with festivities across the city, from trolley rides and tree lightings to sing-alongs and gingerbread house parties.
Pickleball Courts, Fitness Equipment Added To Rogers Park Lakefront
A refinished tennis court has added pickleball court outlines at Rogers Beach Park while a workout facility was installed at Loyola Beach Park.
Andersonville Winter Market, Uptown’s Winter Walk On Wilson Return This Weekend
Neighbors can shop for gifts in unique settings in these annual local events.
Edgewater’s ‘Young Lincoln’ Statue Vandalized On Thanksgiving By Group Advocating Indigenous Rights
An anonymous group of activists poured red paint on the Lincoln statue in Senn Park, tagging the site with slogans including "colonizer" and "land back."
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Small Business Saturday, World Cup Watch Parties And Holiday Fun
You can also go bowling for a greater cause, attend an art battle and join a holiday sing-along.
At Rogers Park Tent City, Housed And Unhoused Gather For New Tradition: Weekly Chili Night
"We're all neighbors." Teams of Rogers Park neighbors organized to provide a weekly chili night for the dozens living in tents inside Touhy Park.
Andersonville Restaurant Gadabout Closing Sunday After 3 Years On Clark Street
Gadabout served up elevated takes on street food with an emphasis on sustainability. But profitability hasn't returned during the pandemic, management said.
Double Door Gets Approval To Add Marquee To New Uptown Home, With Opening Eyed For Next Year
The Double Door's sign on its Uptown home will resemble the iconic sign from its years in Wicker Park.
Shop Local 2022: Gift A Chicago Experience
Whether you're looking to try some of the best food in Chicago, tour the West Side or get a glimpse of the city's underbelly, we've got you covered for experiences as gifts.
Shop Local 2022: An Uptown, Edgewater And Rogers Park Gift Guide
From turn-of-the-century art prints to locally made candles and West African drums, the Far North Side can meet all your holiday shopping needs.
After Fire, Factory Theater In Rogers Park Raising Money To Keep Lights On And Shows Running
A fire started in The Factory Theater's heating and cooling system, causing $15,000 in damage.
Chicago Abortion Fund Hosting Bake Sale Saturday In Andersonville
Volunteers organized a similar bake sale in August, which they said was a "raging success."
Pop-Up Markets, Arts Studios Coming To Rogers Park, Edgewater Storefronts Thanks To New City Program
The city is looking to boost traffic to Bryn Mawr Avenue and Howard Street shops this holiday season as small businesses try to recover from the pandemic.