The Old Town School’s new union fears the administration is treating teachers like commodities, not inspirations.
Lincoln Square artist Lothar Speer said he’d restore his prominent German heritage mural. But as the neighborhood has become less German and more gentrified, he wonders if anyone really cares anymore.
Michael Gaertner wants his new record store to be a place where people can talk about strange music.
Psistaria Greek Taverna
The Lincoln Square spot draws on the country’s regional and ethnic specialties.
Head west for quaint townships and lush landscapes.
Stop the presses: there’s an interesting new spot in Lincoln Square
Trixie Mattel, the Fourth Annual 26th Annual Comedy Festival, and more happenings from May 30-June 1.
More than a movie theater, the newly renovated “entertainment complex” will host a series of community events, including a live Oscar viewing party in support of Common Threads.
Offering cards to coins to expert advice, the venerable store is Chicago’s one-stop shop for wannabe and veteran magicians.
Mike Sula reviews the Lincoln Square Argentinian restaurant.
Residents fear limited hours of operation during a pilot program don’t bode well for a permanent return of the routes.
With a menu of exceptionally composed cocktails from the Berkshire Room’s Benjamin Schiller, the Sixth is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Lincoln Square’s desperate dearth of quality cocktails will come to an end sometime in the late fall, when the Fifty/50 Group and crack barkeep Benjamin Schiller open the Sixth, a bar adjacent to a second iteration of their Quad Cities-style pizza joint Roots. Schiller promises seven to nine house cocktails at $10-$12 apiece and a […]
Former BANG BANG PIE SHOP owners Dave and Megan Miller have spent the last year milling flour and baking breads and pastries (as well as making more substantial dishes) at Baker Miller Bakery & Millhouse, which they opened last September in Lincoln Square. Now, less than a mile west of the bakery, they’re opening Baker […]