It looks almost like any other neighborhood hardware store now, but a few aesthetic giveaways reveal this shop's former life as "Chicago's Brightest Pleasure Spot," the heart of the Windy City's jazz scene.
The Meyers Ace Hardware in Chicago's historically black Bronzeville used to be the Sunset Cafe jazz club, which hosted some of the best black performers of the 1920s and '30s.
A spot for jerk lovers in Uptown, a sequel to Andy's Thai Kitchen and a bar designed to help you unplug top our list of restaurants and watering holes coming soon to the Chicago scene. Kibbitznest Books, Brews & Blarney is not a res...
Sorry D-Rose diehards, finding the jewelry shop from Derrick' Rose's latest Adidas commercial just isn't going to happen. The latest spot from Adidas, "Basketball is Everything," released on YouTube on Tuesday, features a scene of t...
If it weren't for the Big Easy, Chicago's jazz scene might not be what it is today. Tomorrow, the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra will perform From New Orleans To Chicago With Love at the Chicago Theatre. [ more › ]
Huge news from the local craft beer scene: Windy City Distribution, one of the most respected beer distributors in Chicago, is being acquired by Reyes Beverage Group in what is believed to be a $50 million deal. [ more › ]