The yearly Logan Square Arts Festival is ready to rock the square this weekend with local artists and food, Puerto Rican bomba, family-friendly acts and of course, a long list of musical performances. TBD if the Logan Square pig will make an appearance again.
The one-of-a-kind Chicago Underground Film Festival ends its 25th anniversary on June 10th.
Counterculture in Chicago: “We’re still here,” says the curator of a new exhibit at Bucktown Gallery.
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!
Look out for a new mural representing the community by Darius Dennis at the corner of Spaulding and Milwaukee Avenues to brighten your commute to the Blue Line.
How we interpret and appreciate the natural world is dissected in Comfort Station’s new art exhibit by Singapore artist Phoebe Chin.
This month marks the 34th anniversary of the opening of Rosa’s Lounge. Owner Tony Mangiullo spent some time talking to LoganSquarist about his experience coming to Chicago, his view on blues music, and what it’s like to have a business in Logan Square for more than three decades.
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!
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 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.