With summer temperatures on the rise, we all need to find ways to cool off and enjoy the sunshine we Chicagoans wait for all winter long. There is no better way to accomplish this than indulging in sweet, frozen desserts.
Summer never ceases to be a busy season for Logan Square (so many patios, so little time!) so here’s a recap of what’s been happening.
We recently combed through the dark web and rounded up a list of a people and toys we admired as kids that spent some time in the Logan Square/Humboldt Park area, just like us. Come along as we stroll through Logan Square’s history and connect with our younger, tinier selves.
On May 31st students from more than 17 schools across Chicago packed into The Private Bank theater downtown for a special viewing of Hamilton.
Author Michelle Cox tries to unearth the contextual histories behind the buildings and people of the 1930s Logan Square area in her murder mystery novel, A Girl Like You.
Hot tip from LoganSquarist : make sure you’re caught up on sleep before this weekend’s Logan Square Arts Festival, which is packed with an immersive arts and music experience that the whole family can enjoy for three straight days.
Logan Square’s history includes many refugees, who made their marks on the neighborhood, even as it changes today.
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.
Illinois’ race for governor is in full swing, as quite a few Democrats vie for the party’s nomination and the right to face Gov. Bruce Rauner, a Republican in his first term who has never passed a budget for the state
We joined the Logan Square architecture walking tour offered by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Take a look at some of our favorite buildings and learn about the eclectic beginnings of Logan Square.