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 most recent Meetup from LoganSquarist brought pizza, drinks, prizes and fun to partygoers.
There’s no need to travel to the City of Love to express your feelings to your Valentine this year. Logan Square has plenty of events where you can spend time with your love. Here are just a few.
The Field’s Tattoo exhibition opened on Oct. 21 and features tattoo iconography and artifacts from around the world but also some Logan Square artists.
This week, and every week until Halloween, features pairings of horror and thriller movies at Logan Theatre. We also have a fiction reading and a literature discussion on the calendar this week.
October opens with a full slate of activities in the neighborhood, from painting with cocktails to art exhibitions to fundraising by drinking beer.
The calendar this week features circus classes, an obscure and forgotten film and independent wrestling in Unity Park.
Everyone and their mom is going to Logan Square Skate Night. So far, almost 3,500 people have RSVP’d to this Aug. 23 event celebrating Do312’s sixth year, happening at Logan Auditorium.
This week’s events include multiple film screenings, the open-mic comedy night at Cole’s hosted by Rebecca O’Neal, and an art exhibition opening at Galerie F.
This Wednesday, LoganSquarist will hold its free monthly meetup at Masada (2206 N. California Ave.), the colorful, immense Middle Eastern restaurant just steps from the California Blue Line stop.