Beer and Metal returns to review a long-gestating collaboration by beloved Chicago institutions Pelican and Metropolitan Brewing.
This week’s featured gig posted was designed by local printmaker Josh Davis.
The Biscuits began life as decrepit Chuck E. Cheese animatronics in the collection of Logan Arcade proprietor James Zespy—and now they’re lean, mean horror-punk machines.
Logan Arcade is throwing a launch party for Stern Pinball’s latest—an adaptation of the Marvel comic book Deadpool.
Logan Arcade owner Jim Zespy collaborated with the Internet-famous cat’s owner, Mike Bridavsky, to create the game.
After nearly nine years, Logan Hardware shuttered last month with little fanfare—but it’ll host one last big sale in a couple weeks.
The film Tully and more goings-on about town 5/4-5/6.
In the new issue of Curse Words, expect more deadpan humor and boisterous excess.
Logan Arcade 2410 W. Fullerton 872-206-2859 loganarcade.com @LoganArcade Runner-Up Emporium Arcade Bar In February 2018, this category was updated to use the phrase ‘arcade bar’ in place of the word originally used.
Joe Mande, Longer! Louder! Wagner! The Second City Wagner Companion, and more happenings from October 24-27
Plus: Nonterrible holiday tunes at Logan Arcade and new music from shoegazers Lazy Legs
How three unconventional hobbyists haphazardly created a new arcade game out of dormant technology.
Killer Queen at Logan Arcade 2410 W. Fullerton 872-206-2859 loganarcade.com Even drinking the beer with the highest alcohol content at one of Chicago’s ever-growing roster of arcade bars can’t mask how poorly 1980s arcade games have aged. Asteroids is dreadfully boring, and Donkey Kong now feels more like a Sisyphean exercise in frustration than a […]
FTW attempts to give humble neighborhood arcade bars a run for their money by totally overwhelming the senses. WTF?
Prepare for the free show with Strut Records’ second compilation of material from the local label that birthed ghetto house.