- 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, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Veggie Bingo Returns To The Hideout To Raise Money For Community Gardens
You can support local gardens by playing bingo at The Hideout Wednesdays through Aug. 31. The winner takes home a bounty of locally-grown veggies and other goodies.
Hideout’s ‘A Day In The Country’ Festival Highlights Chicago’s Small-But-Mighty Local Country Scene
The festival is organized by Lawrence Peters, a longtime fixture in Chicago's country music scene. It went virtual in 2020 and was canceled last year because of the pandemic.
The Hideout’s ‘South By Southwest Send-Off’ Returns This Weekend, Showcasing Local Bands Headed To Austin Festival
The all-day concert returns after being canceled in 2020 and 2021 because of the pandemic.
The Hideout Reopens This Week After Month-Long COVID Hiatus
The bar and music venue closed in December as COVID-19 cases began to surge in Chicago. It reopens Wednesday with a full slate of shows and events.
Hideout Reopening In July After 16 Months — But It’ll Be Outdoors-Only For Now
The beloved dive bar is coming back with live music, veggie bingo and the release of "Closing Time," a re-recording of Tom Waits' debut album.
Help The Hideout Make It Through Winter By Picking Up Bar-Themed Ornaments, Puzzles And More
"We kind of pulled from all these things The Hideout has in it. Part of everything that we do is made by an actual artist who typically either ate, drank or was in a band at The Hideout."
90 Percent Of Chicago’s Independent Music Venues Will Close Because Of Coronavirus, Desperate Owners Say
A haunting new video is highlighting the plight of independent music venues as owners call on Congress to save them.
Music Venues, Theaters Keeping Doors Shut As City Reopens: ‘More Cost-Effective To Stay Closed’
Despite being allowed to reopen Friday, most concert venues and theaters are remaining closed. Here's why.
First To Close, Last To Open: Will Chicago’s Independent Music Venues Survive The Coronavirus?
The owners of Chicago's music venues say federal relief efforts won't help them survive unless changes are made — and they're asking music fans to amplify their message.
The Hideout Looks To Raise Money For Venue, Local Artists With Special Edition Postcards
The postcards were made by five local artists who will receive 30 percent of the proceeds.
Chicago’s Indie Music Venues Need Your Help. Here’s A List Of Fundraisers
From Hyde Park to Uptown to Logan Square, Chicago’s independent music venues are struggling because of the coronavirus shutdown.
Hideout Bartender Launches Free Meal Service For Workers Impacted By Coronavirus Shutdown
Jessica Romanowski, a private chef by day and bartender by night, is delivering meals to people who need them. Here's how you can help her feed more people.
The Hideout Closes Through Late March Due To Coronavirus, Urges Patrons To Tip Workers Online
"Workers across the hospitality industry — whose livelihoods depend on people gathering together — are suffering the immediate health and economic effects," the owners wrote.
Fight To Stop $1.3 Billion Tax Subsidy For Lincoln Yards Returns To Court
Regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit, organizers hope the city will seek a "serious, systemic reform" of TIFs.
Lincoln Yards Developer Sterling Bay Will Unveil ‘Fleet Fields’ Soccer Fields This Weekend (PHOTOS)
It is unknown whether the developer will construct a school, library or community center as previously promised.
What Are These Soccer Fields Popping Up At Lincoln Yards? Ald. Hopkins Announces Fleet Fields
The sports fields will be completed by July 28, the alderman said.
Lincoln Yards Protesters Feeling Weary, But They Have Not Given Up The Fight
"We are taking what would normally be a five-minute rubber-stamp session and we are turning it into a five-hour ordeal of shame," Hideout owner Tim Tuten said.
The Hideout Could Get Landmark Status, But Supporters Still Want Lincoln Yards Plan To Slow Down
Dozens of the bar's supporters showed up to let Ald. Brian Hopkins and city officials know they're paying attention, and not going anywhere.