Comfort Station has been a staple in Logan Square for nearly 100 years. It was built by the community, for the community, and a group of volunteers ensures that the original theme holds up today.
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.
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.
Logan Square’s history includes many refugees, who made their marks on the neighborhood, even as it changes today.
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.
Revolution Brewery is celebrating Chicago Craft Beer Week with a 9-hole putt-putt course at their Kedzie Avenue location. Revolution has grown steadily over time to make a name for itself in the craft beer community.
June 2017 marks the 30th anniversary for Unity Park, a Logan Square community establishment. Learn how the park became what it is today through community involvement and political battles.
Every Sunday from May to October, a stretch of Logan Boulevard closes down to welcome the public to the annual Logan Square Outdoor Farmers Market, now in its 12th year of operation. This year, the opening day for the Zagat-approved outdoor market is May 14.
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.
The story of how Logan Square came to feature prominently into semi-pro lore begins with an ambitious man named Nixey.