From May through October, a distinctive, medium-sized school bus painted in funky blue patterns by local artist Nick “Sick” Fisher is parked on the gravel lot on the southeast corner of Milwaukee and Kedzie Avenues. When I stopped to talk to Meghan Fueston, a co-owner of the bus that serves as a mobile vintage clothes store, a… Continue Reading
More than aesthetics, art is a tool for change. At least it is to two Chicagoans who are setting out to unify a diverse and rapidly evolving neighborhood with the first-ever Logan Square Independent Zine Fest called, #ZINEMercado. And it may just be working. Less than a week before the event, the nonprofit organization’s efforts… Continue Reading
This week, and every week until Halloween, features pairings of horror and thriller movies at Logan Theatre. We also have a fiction reading and a literature discussion on the calendar this week.
Oct. … Continue Reading
From May through October, a distinctive, medium-sized school bus painted in funky blue patterns by local artist Nick "Sick" Fisher is parked on the gravel lot on the southeast corner of Milwaukee and … Continue Reading
If riding a bike to the Logan Square Farmers Market on a Sunday, there's no need to worry about finding nearby bike parking. Thanks to the group known as Logan Square Bike Valet (and Chicago Bike … Continue Reading
Back again for its second year, the LoganSquarist Best of Logan Square lets you choose the best that the neighborhood has to offer, from parks to panaderias to politicians. This year, we've added a … Continue Reading
LoganSquarist has teamed with the Logan Square Farmers Market to provide readers with a recipe every week based around the offerings of a farmers market farmer, producer or vendor.
The pears are … 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
The 32nd House and Garden Walk took place this past weekend, and Logan Square Preservation put on a great event. Along Logan Boulevard were about 10 homes, three gardens, a church and vintage … Continue Reading