Happy Earth Day!
Grab a beer with a scientist in your neighborhood and talk research at this free monthly event at Empty Bottle (no loud music this time).
Get to know your neighbor Jeff Miller, children’s author, tutor and volunteer who enjoys finding inspiration from the community. And petting people’s dog’s at Hopewell, because who doesn’t?
A local resident created a petition to put speed cameras along Logan Boulevard to deter high-speed driving coming from the Kennedy Expressway. It’s opening the debate about car safety and hit-and-runs in the neighborhood.
Who is behind the flower memorials springing up in Logan Square and beyond? Holler if you know the answer. In the meantime, we did some digging into the project and what it stands for.
We would be nothing without our dedicated volunteers. Check out our staff highlight of the month and learn about Danielle Love, one of our event managers!
The Logan Square Ecumenical Alliance (LSEA) and community activists rally together to bring a mental health center (back) to Logan Square.
Yesterday, the country marched for gun reform. The March for Our Lives Chicago protest garnered over 80,000 people, organized by student activists determined to change gun laws. Check out our photos of the protest here!
It’s been a year since photographer Erik Island joined LoganSquarist. To celebrate, hear him talk about his role within the group and how it’s impacted his life!
“The ‘boys will be boys’ era is over—men need to be men.”
Local attorney Emily Wessel Farr of Ardent Law shared information and advice for what employers and employees can do to tackle harassment in the workplace in the wake of the #MeToo movement.