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City Investing $1 Billion In 24 Affordable Housing Developments
The projects include a developer who wants to adaptively reuse a former Chicago Public School building for re-entry housing and a project that is the city's first development in partnership with and for Indigenous people.2:00 PM CST
A Homebound Resident Couldn’t Get A Flu Shot At Home — So Her Friend Stepped Up To Help
Northa Johnson tried for weeks to get her flu shot at home, but city officials were of little help, she said. Chicago's health department is referring residents to at-home services, but public information is hard to come by.7:44 AM CST
Rogers Park Holiday Markets Popping Up On Jarvis Square, Glenwood Avenue This Weekend
Two neighborhood businesses are bringing local vendors and visits from Santa to separate pop-up markets.
‘Dear Human’ Audio Tour Narrates West Ridge Nature Park’s Story From Perspective Of Its Non-Human Residents
A new art installation offers an audio tour of the nature park told from the perspective of a deer, a tick, a pond and a tree.
Pizza Lobo Bringing New York-Style Pies And Big, Retro Patio To Andersonville
Pizza Lobo, a popular Logan Square spot, is coming to the former 7-Eleven building on Clark Street after renovations. It's expected to open in the spring.
Edgewater Starbucks On Bryn Mawr Closes ‘Indefinitely’ But Will Reopen, Company Says
Neighbors said the Starbucks at Bryn Mawr and Winthrop closed abruptly, but the coffee chain does plan to reopen the location.
Edgewater Holiday Pop-Up Market Coming To Historical Belle Shore Apartments Building
More than 15 local vendors will sell holiday gifts at the pop-up starting Thursday through Dec. 19.
First Andersonville Winter Market Brings Local Vendors In Heated Tents To Catalpa Avenue This Weekend
The outdoor street market will bring 20 vendors to Catalpa Avenue and help Andersonville kick off the winter shopping season.
Uptown’s Winter Walk On Wilson Returns Friday With Holiday Pop-Up Market, Live Music
The seventh annual winter walk returns to an in-person event Friday after missing last year due to COVID-19.
Rashid Ahmed’s Family Fled Persecution In Myanmar. Now, He Is Chicago’s First Rohingya Refugee To Graduate College
Ahmed, 22, has a knack for computers and hopes to continue studying cybersecurity. “I want to make my parents proud," he said.
Shop Local 2021: A Rogers Park, Edgewater And Uptown Holiday Gift Guide
Whether you're shopping for a wine lover or a Ramblers fan, Far North Side shops have you covered for the holidays.
CTA Begins Building New Red Line Tracks In Edgewater Using Massive Overhead Crane
A 285-foot-long crane is installing large concrete blocks that form the base of the new Red Line tracks in Edgewater.
Proposed Howard Street Grocery Store Gets OK From Alderman To Sell Liquor
Howard Street Fresh Market is looking to sell liquor on top of fresh groceries and home essentials, but a liquor moratorium must be lifted to support the plans.
Emmett Till’s Woodlawn Home, Muddy Waters’ House In Kenwood Among ‘Adopt-A-Landmark’ Grant Finalists
Twelve Chicago landmarks were tentatively selected to receive grants of $100,000-$1.08 million, which will support renovations to publicly accessible portions of the buildings.
Dispensary 33, Chicago’s Only Indie Pot Shop, Sold To Florida-based Ayr Wellness
A multi-state cannabis company will buy Dispensary 33's West Loop and Andersonville shops for $55 million.
Rogers Park Holding 3D Art Walk, Cash Rebate Program For Small Business Saturday
The annual Live Love Shop Rogers Park will feature 3D art in store windows, plus a holiday kickoff event at The New 400 Theaters.
City Matches Touhy Park Tent City Residents With Housing In New Push To Fight Homelessness
An "accelerated moving event" was held Thursday at a tent city in the North Side park, but promises from city officials were met with skepticism from some.
Uptown’s 5K Art Run Will Take Runners Past Murals While Raising Money For Women’s Shelter
Half the proceeds from tickets will go to Uptown-based Sarah's Circle, which provides housing and social services for women facing homelessness.
Getir, A Turkish Grocery Delivery Business, Debuts In Chicago And Plans Andersonville Storefront
The company says it specializes in “ultrafast” delivery service, offering 10-minute delivery of around 2,000 grocery store items. It has a fleet of scooters that employees use for deliveries from its stores.
Edgewater Car Lot Won’t Become A 5-Story Apartment Building After Neighbors Tell Alderman To Block It And He Agrees
Five neighborhood groups told Ald. Harry Osterman the apartment building goes against precedent for that portion of Broadway, which was earmarked for smaller buildings 15 years ago.