Local musician and producer Mike Altergott’s music game is strong—he’s got project after project coming up with Malt Audio, his production company. Catch him this weekend for a free music show at Cole’s!
Stay local this lovey holiday with plenty of neighborhood things to do—today for Galentine’s Day and tomorrow for Valentine’s Day. Treat yourself, your loved ones and support Logan Square businesses!
Q&A: Indie-folk group The Sea The Sea bring their layered vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar and exploration on the beauty of difference in their upcoming sophomore album on Wednesday at the Hideout Inn.
The Pope Francis Center provides guidance and resources to the homeless and underprivileged in Logan Square and surrounding area.
Reporter Erik Damon shares his experience from the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of COmmerce and the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce Networking Mixer held at Concord Music Hall Feb. 7, which brought the neighborhoods together for food, drinks, chatter, hugs and networking.
The Skewer, a review of op-eds, comedic debate and political games, hits Café Mustache’s stage on the first Wednesday of every month—that’s tomorrow. And it’s free.
Doesn’t this snow make you want to sip hot cocoa by the fireplace? Check out these fireplace neighborhood hubs for all that and more to keep you warm and fed during the cold winter and huddle together around a glowing pyre, one of the oldest traditions of mankind.
REVIEW: One of Logan Square’s only Indian restaurants, The Spice Room, offers dynamic veggie dishes and strong flavors that add diversity, authenticity and affordability to the community.
Warm up your cold Chicago days by bundling up to one of these Logan Square bars—their cocktails won’t only warm your soul but your frozen fingers, too.
Dogs, cocktails, Sunday buffet brunch and football—that’s one hell of a combination. Join Park & Field and One Tail at a Time at the 2018 Puppy Bowl Viewing Party this Sunday and watch puppies score toy-chdowns (and maybe watch the Superbowl, too).