Spring has sprung in Logan Square, which means it’s time to emerge from your cozy hibernation hidey-hole and check out what’s new in the neighborhood.
On Wednesday, March 15, Chiya Chai Cafe (2770 N. Milwaukee Ave.) saw LoganSquarist overtake its restaurant space. Spices in Chiya Chai’s teas, Nepalese and Indian foods provided flavor at this Neighbor Meetup.
The new mural has children stopping and laughing, and the unwanted vandalism of the past disappearing.
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.
Chicagoist will now become the “official blog” of DNAinfo Chicago, according to a Gothamist statement.
The Chicago Public Schools budget crisis is nothing new in Chicago, and with an issue this complex, how do we even attempt a solution if we can’t grasp the full scope of it?
The first Monday of March is coming up, which means it’s Casimir Pulaski Day on March 6. A Pulaski Pils beer from Maplewood Brewery & Distillery is available at The General the evening of the holiday.
One month into the City of Chicago’s new “checkout bag tax,” shop owners in Logan Square note the difference in the bagging habits of their customers.
Land and Sea Dept. partnered with the Field Museum and Johalla Projects to create the pop-up bar experience, The Backroom at the Chicago Athletic Association hotel (12 S. Michigan Ave.). It celebrates the upcoming Museum exhibition, Specimens: Unlocking the Secrets of Life. The opening party of The Backroom was Feb. 25, and special events will
Pizza and beer are a classic combination, and now one of Logan Square’s most popular pizza joints is able to serve you both. The Dante’s Pizzeria location on Milwaukee Avenue (2825 N. Milwaukee Ave.) recently got their liquor license and are hosting a party this Wednesday, March 1, to celebrate. Patrons will now be able