In a city with a strong and ever growing literary community, City Lit Books’s open mic stands out. Travis Steele began hosting the open mic a little over a year ago, and has worked to make it differ from others in the city.
The delegate from Illinois who was sent home from the Republican National Convention after her racism was discovered on Twitter represented Illinois’ Fifth Congressional District, which includes part of Bucktown and Logan Square.
In a city with a strong and ever growing literary community, City Lit Books’s monthly open mic stands out. Travis Steele began hosting the open mic a little over a year ago, and has worked to make it … Continue Reading
It’s summertime in Chicago, and we all know what that means – outdoor events galore! June 15, local youth from La Casa Norte worked with Logan Square Preservation to give a facelift to the area around … Continue Reading
Logan Square is extremely cool now, if you didn't know. To chronicle the neighborhood's rapidly growing popularity, LoganSquarist photographer Peter Nelson checked in on all the latest developments in … Continue Reading
LoganSquarist caught word of the Mega Mall being transformed into a beautiful, detailed canvas for street art at a perfect time; the day I went to shoot it, the sun was shining and it was a perfect … Continue Reading
As the warm afternoon sun fades chalk-written concert announcements written on the Kedzie Avenue sidewalk and a soothing breeze carries the flecks away, four men are seated inside Bow Truss Coffee … Continue Reading
A mobile music and "creative play" space has its permanent sights set on Logan Square. No, this isn't a theme bar for the hipster set, it's Stomp and Shout, a learning program for kids between the … Continue Reading
Ever wonder about the idiosyncrasies of the neighborhood? Read 12 historical facts about Logan Square you didn't know.
1. Where Logan Square Gets Its Name
Logan Square takes its name from General … Continue Reading
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