Second Shift, a gorgeous remodel at 3432 Diversey Ave., hosted a “Cross it Off” Day: A No-Excuses Event, sponsored by Mac & Cheese Productions.
Following the tragedy in Puerto Rico, Logan Square visitors and residents share their experiences and ways to lend a hand to people on the island.
The dog days of summer didn’t slow down Logan Square’s food and drink scene for a second. Catch up with LoganSquarist on what’s been happening!
Daniel Tomei knows how to work a camera — he’s a professional film producer and has worked in the commercial film business for years. But what he never dug into was documentary film and nonfiction features. Until now.
Nothing says summer like sitting out on a patio in Logan Square with a cocktail in hand and laughs shared among friends. Not sure where to begin in a neighborhood with so many options? Here are seven bars to get you started.
Local artist Margie Criner creates unique diorama sculptures that are currently on display in Skokie at A+C Architects (4840 Main St.) through the end of September. She has an artist talk on September 23 from 3-5 p.m.
LoganSquarist wouldn’t be possible without the hard-working efforts of our dedicated staff. Hailing from all across the country, with a number of interests and professional aspirations, our team has one thing in common: a passion for Logan Square. Discover the people behind the scenes that bring you articles, events and more. The LoganSquarist Highlight showcases
Riot Fest 2017 will feature two local groups: Sleep On It and Turnspit, along with big names in the punk-grunge music scene, such as Taking Back Sunday, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore and more.
Dill Pickle Food Co-op’s new location will be officially open for business, proving that a sustainable cooperative business model can thrive.
Flair Chicago, created by Melissa “Melisser” Elliott, has 200+ pin buttons, patches and other fun items designed by women and members of the LGBTQ community.