- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Lincoln Square Chamber Needs Volunteers To Help Track How People Park In Neighborhood
The data collected this week and during the holidays will serve as a framework for developers pitching projects for the busy commercial corridor, organizers said.
Lincoln Square Restaurant Still Hosting Late-Night Parties, Blasting Loud Music, Neighbors Say
Residents say Cafe Mimoza is operating as an illegal nightclub and its patrons are causing disturbances on the block. Meetings between city officials and the owner haven't helped, they said.
Magic-Themed Gelato Shop With Jugglers Coming To Lincoln Square With Penn Jillette’s Backing
Sideshow Gelato owner Jay Bliznick connected with magician Penn Jillette, and now the two plan to open a magical gelato shop.
Lincoln Square Weed Dispensary At Former Yoga Studio Gets Key Zoning Approval
Botavi Wellness and Justice Cannabis Company want to open a recreational cannabis dispensary near Lawrence and Western avenues.
Former Chicago Printmakers Collaborative Site Slated To Become Mixed-Use Building With Affordable Housing
The Lincoln Square project at 4642 N. Western Ave. will feature two commercial spaces and 23 apartments.
Lincoln Square Neighbors, Aldermen Frustrated As Developer Stays Mum On Grocery Store: ‘We Don’t Like The Fact You’re Avoiding This Process’
Hubbard Street Group plans to redevelop the Fifth Third Bank building, which could put a national grocery chain on the second floor. But it's not said which retailer it would be.
Corporate Grocer At Prime Lincoln Square Intersection Would Be ‘Atomic Bomb’ For Local Businesses, Critics Say. But Can It Be Stopped?
Developers proposed putting a grocery store in the Fifth Third Bank building at Lawrence and Western avenues, but no details have been shared because a zoning change isn't needed. Still, neighbors want their voices heard.
Toast To 2021 At Home With Drink Packages from Lincoln Square And Ravenswood Businesses
The holiday drink packs support local businesses and the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce.
Share Photo Of Your Dog Wednesday, Help Lincoln Square Pet Food Pantry Raise Money For Pet Families
The donor has pledged to give up to $1,000 and pet owners are being asked to tag the food pantry's Facebook to have their photo counted towards the goal.
Jefferson Park Artist Painting Flower Murals On North Side Garages To Bring Cheer To A Stressful Summer
“I did the first garage mural for a friend about a month ago. And then people just kept on calling me asking me to do it for them, too,” the artist said.
Lincoln Square Bar Owner Faces Backlash After Posting Racist Comments Online: ‘It Sickens Me’
The owner of Spyners Pub said Black Lives Matter protesters “should only be allowed in zoos because they act like animals.” She's since apologized.
He Escaped A War And Helped His Family Build A Life In Chicago. But Coronavirus Killed This 44-Year-Old Father Of 3
Muhamed “Hamo” Mušić died May 11, leaving behind a wife and three children. Loved ones have stepped up to raise $107,000 for his devastated family.
Spyners Pub Renovating During Shutdown, But Owner Promises It Will Remain A Dive Bar
“We want to keep its Chicago charm. Our ceiling is original from 1882 and has a few bullet holes in it,” the owner said.
Fork Reopens Friday For Curbside Pickup And Delivery
In addition to a special takeout and delivery menu, Fork will offer wine, beer, liquor, cheese and charcuterie options.
Owner of Lincoln Square’s Book Cellar ‘Grateful And Humbled And Astounded’ As Customers Give Over $40,000
Without in-store events, contributions are helping to keep the local favorite afloat.
Baker Miller Is Letting Struggling Chefs Use Its Cafe To Make Packaged Dinners For Sale
Most of the proceeds from the four-person meals go straight to the chef.
Can Art Help Bring The North Side Of Lincoln Square To Life? Alderman Hopes A New Art District Can Make Area Thrive
The disconnected stretch of Lincoln Avenue north of Lawrence is dangerous for pedestrians — and lacks the foot traffic and vibrancy of the southern part of the neighborhood.
Goodbye, Grind Cafe: Longtime Lincoln Square Staple Will Soon Become New Dollop Coffee Location
When the cafe at 4613 N. Lincoln Ave. reopens in November, it will no longer be The Grind.