Logan Square resident and activist Rob Reid founded a group of like-minded readers, journalists and activists to help shore up neighborhood news.
Counterculture in Chicago: “We’re still here,” says the curator of a new exhibit at Bucktown Gallery.
The former spot of The General on California Avenue is getting a new restaurant. Good Fortune, a Mediterranean seafood cuisine, plans to open there this summer.
We love what we do for the Logan Square community. Get to know us, our history and what is so great and meaningful about volunteering for a local organization!
Join us for our seventh anniversary! Attend our annual fundraiser and cocktail event at The Joinery May 17 and enjoy a night of dress-up, cocktails and music, as well as a silent auction with items from your fave local businesses and artists.
Our staff highlight of the month goes to writer Hannah Aron. Learn more about Hannah and volunteering with us!
oddCouple, Priests, Flint Eastwood and Ssion are just some of the musical acts announced to play at the Logan Square Arts Festival. Mark your calendar June 22 through 24 and stay tuned for more festival deets spilling soon!
Mother’s Day is just around the corner—this Sunday. Show Mom how much you love her (or remind her why you’re the favorite) by taking her to a special Mother’s Day brunch at one of Logan Square’s many hotspots.
You voted, we listened—our Best of Logan Square awards answered your best restaurant choice, cup of tea and fave neighborhood dishes. See who else made the list! Some may surprise you.
“Let’s grab a cup of tea” instead of coffee will be your new hangout phrase after you suggest one of our top hot or cold tea picks in the neighborhood—patio included!