Kids eager to celebrate the holidays for free will be able to drag their parents to meet Santa Claus this Saturday, Dec. 9.
It’s 6 a.m. on Sunday, December 3, as the members of LAMA (the Latin American Motorcycle Association) assemble in their clubhouse on 3519 W. Fullerton Ave., two blocks off Kimball.
Progressive Logan Square Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa said he wants to take his fight against the status quo to Washington, D.C.
‘Tis the season at Park & Field’s Holiday Event, starting Nov. 25 and going through all of December. For a cold and breezy weekend, the event is off to a huge start, with a packed house of families building DIY gingerbread houses by the fireplace and sipping complimentary hot cocoa and coffee. There’s also a “Bottomless Boozy Brunch” served in the main room, great for a drink and stop at the buffet.
You know it’s the holidays when your neighbors have silhouetted flashing lights of Santa, reindeer, snowmen and radiating stars in their front and back yards. Although the weather is acting like autumn, the holidays are here and Logan Square is ready to celebrate because Holidays on the Square happens tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 2.
The #MeToo edition of The Girl Talk event on Nov. 28 at The Hideout Inn centered around the recent sexual abuse cases in the news, the #MeToo campaign and what powerful Illinois women are doing to stop assault.
It’s been almost a month since DNAinfo and Chicagoist were shut down by billionaire founder and owner Joe Ricketts. With the closure of these two news sources, much of Chicago is left asking: What do we do now?
Logan Square businesses offer deals and specials to celebrate Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25, 2017.
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If you’re looking to stay local this Thanksgiving or haven’t been able to summon your usual Ina Garten hostessing chops, no worries — Logan Square has plenty of options to help you pull off a successfully delicious holiday.