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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.
16 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Christkindlmarket, Zoo Lights, A Pub Crawl And More
You can also learn how to salsa dance, attend a vintage festival, watch a comedy show, sleep over at The Shedd and more.
Jewish Community Centers Unveils Accessible Park In West Ridge: ‘Game-Changer For So Many’
The park features two playgrounds, sports and recreation fields, an outdoor pavilion and a walking path — all accessible to people with disabilities.
Uptown 6-Flat Coming To Site Of Former Mansion 8 Years After Historical Home Was Torn Down
A similar plan to redevelop the site failed in 2014, but neighbors and Ald. James Cappleman warmed to the revived proposal.
Andersonville’s Viking Pub Crawl Returns To Clark Street Saturday For 5th Year
Hundreds dressed as Vikings will descend on Clark Street to celebrate Andersonville's take on traditional Swedish holiday Morten Gås Day.
Uptown Theatre Community Mourns Longtime Volunteer And Restoration Advocate Bob Boin
Bob Boin devoted the last three decades of his life to reviving the Uptown Theatre, and he worked to restore other theaters and organs across the city.
CTA Needs 1,000 Workers As It Struggles With Ghost Trains And Buses, Transit Boss Says
After skipping meetings with aldermen, transit President Dorval Carter was grilled Thursday amid the CTA's mounting problems. "If the CTA is not safe, people will not take it," one alderman said.
1 Killed, 3 Wounded In Separate Rogers Park Shootings Wednesday, Police Say
A man was killed and two others wounded when someone opened fire outside Experanca Sports Bar, authorities said. Another man was shot in the area just an hour later.
Loyola University Failed To Investigate Sexual Assaults And Underreported Campus Sex Crimes, Lawsuit Says
The lawsuit from three current and former students said sexual assault is "endemic" at Loyola University.
Prominent Leather Fraternity Blasts Touché For Racist Puppet Show, Demands New Leadership
Touché is hosting a town hall Wednesday amid mounting backlash. The Midwest chapter for ONYX, a national fraternity for gay and bisexual men of color, pulled its events and wants the bar's manager fired.
Daniel Boone Elementary Becomes Mosaic School Of Fine Arts — But A Nearby Nonprofit Already Has A Similar Name
The founder of the Chicago Mosaic School in Edgewater said the new name for the West Ridge public school could cause confusion.
Ukrainian Coach’s Amateur Soccer Team Lost Chicago Championship, But He’s Proud They ‘Started To Play For Each Other’
A professional soccer coach fled Ukraine and ended up in Chicago. His amateur soccer team lost the championship but credited him for fostering a close-knit community.
Puppeteer Behind Racist Performance At Gay Leather Bar Touché Says He’s Retiring His Black Puppet
Puppeteer Jerry Halliday compared dropping the racist puppet from his act to the Rolling Stones retiring the song "Brown Sugar" after criticism it presented a sexualized view of Black women.
12 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Pumpkin Smash Fest, Night Bike Ride, Theater In The Park And More
There's also an antique map and print gallery, a film festival centering Black LGBTQ+ stories and artists and a holiday night market.
And The Chicago Costume Contest Winner Is …
From adorable "L" trains to "The Bear" references, Chicago dressed in style this Halloween.