Whether viewed as positive, negative or both, there have been instances of businesses simply picking up and moving from Wicker Park to Logan Square, leaving some questioning the originality of the neighborhood as the development sets in.
Dill Pickle Food Co-op’s new location will be officially open for business, proving that a sustainable cooperative business model can thrive.
Flair Chicago, created by Melissa “Melisser” Elliott, has 200+ pin buttons, patches and other fun items designed by women and members of the LGBTQ community.
Your Happy Place Liquors makes it their mission to bring what people like to the shelves of the boutique liquor store.
Chicagoist will now become the “official blog” of DNAinfo Chicago, according to a Gothamist statement.
Festive Collective, a new party supply and decor store at 3279 W. Armitage, features a wide variety of products to help any host celebrate. The space is also available to rent for gatherings.
Galerie F had their grand re-opening exhibition, 7: Galerie F Trail Blazers, last Friday evening, Jan. 13, opening a new location across the street from the previous, 5-year-old location.
This Christmas Eve, Belly Shack wrapped up a seven-year run, leaving many rushing out to get a final taste of the restaurant’s fusion cuisine.
Logan Square’s season-opening event Holidays on the Square kicks off tomorrow, Dec. 3, spreading holiday cheer around the square and offering residents a wide range of participating businesses.
You can get anything — books, apparel, snowboards, housewares, bikes and even stuff for your furry babies — right here in Logan Square.