A May 22 hearing put an end to the lawsuit filed by 1st Ward challengers Anne Shaw and Ronda Locke, who had alleged election fraud by 1st Ward Ald. Proco “Joe” Moreno and had sought a special election.
Music is aplenty in Logan Square this week. Jazz and classical music, featured in this story, appease a variety of musical tastes. See more live music events on the LoganSquarist calendar.
Thursday … Continue Reading
We have finally reached the point in the calendar when we're able to get out and enjoy the weather that we all desperately long for in January and February. Late spring and summer in Chicago is one of … Continue Reading
There are people in Logan Square who would like to hang out with you. Yes, you.
With Meetup.com's easy format and concept—of getting people with shared interests together—there's no excuse to post … Continue Reading
Update, 5/10: A reader tipped LoganSquarist to plans for a development at 2501 Armitage Ave. It has been added below.
Various Logan Square development projects have gotten a lot of press in the … Continue Reading
If you visit Palmer Square on a Saturday, you're bound to witness a colorful group hanging out with a bunch of climbing equipment, "walking the line" elevated off the ground. They are the Chicago … Continue Reading
Liberty Bank for Savings will sponsor Wipe Out Student Loan Debt, a free webinar to help people reduce student loan debt at 7 pm on Wednesday, April 22.
The 60-minute webinar is available via … Continue Reading
On Saturday Sept. 14, Logan Square Preservation held its 31st annual House and Garden Walk. The walk highlighted seven houses in Palmer Square and Old Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church where … Continue Reading