Bucktown has become a trendy neighborhood in the Wicker Park area over the last few years, and some of that can be attributed to the transactions done by the @properties Bucktown office. Located near one of the city's retail hotspots,...Show More Summary
Previously known as “The Boring Store!” and the "Not a Secret Agent Supply Shop" the Wicker Park Secret Agent Supply Co. the place for all things super spy has now come out and admitted it's true nature. Or has it? Once inside the store...Show More Summary
He was taken to the hospital early this morning in critical condition. [ more › ]
Now you can eat in the Saved By The Bell-themed pop-up all year long. [ more › ]
Pin it Name: Gabriel Fontes de Faria & Grant Gochnauer Location: Wicker Park; Chicago, IL Size: 4,000 square feet Years lived in: 4 years; owned If I had to summarize Gabriel and Grant’s home in two words, I would pick “beauty” and “restraint.” The couple’s townhouse is elegant and pared down, and each element seems considered and loved. Show More Summary
Summary: "Saved by the Bell" still has such a following that a show-themed restaurant sold three months of reservation in minutes, with no traditional marketing. Saved By The Max, which opened in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood in early June, was an idea cooked up by local promoter and events manager Derek Berry...
Beyoncé gave the chef four fourth-row tickets to her Saturday night performance. [ more › ]
Fans will not be disappointed by the level of detail here. [ more › ]
Homes in hot spots like Wicker Park, West Town and Logan Square still fetch a premium, though. [ more › ]
Opening cast surprises and a glance at regular events have us pumped to get all 'Saved By The Bell' in Wicker Park next week. [ more › ]
The fest just announced four of its headliners. [ more › ]
Homemade ramen in the Loop? Yes please. [ more › ]
Are you ready to see what Saved By The Max, the Wicker Park diner paying tribute to 'Saved By The Bell' will look like? [ more › ]
The truck's going to be in town for a whole month, too! [ more › ]
The Division Street corridor is a haven for Chicagoans during the summer months. Wide-open sidewalks lined with outdoor patios, Renegade Craft Fair, Do Division Fest and an extensive bike path that leads downtown make the half-mile stretch of Division from Damen Avenue to Ashland Avenue one of the city's most vibrant...
By Tony Fitzpatrick On June 12, 1994, the Double Door opened. It was a fortuitous time for a rock club to hang out its shingle in this town. Chicago was being touted as the “new Seattle” with the emergence of Smashing Pumpkins, Liz Phair, Urge Overkill, as well as Veruca Salt and a host of […]
By JEWEL WICKER/ Jewel.firstname.lastname@example.org, originally filed Tuesday, May 10, 2016 Lauryn Hill fans that attended the singer’s disastrous Atlanta show at Chastain Park Amphitheater can receive a full refund. Hill showed up more than two hours late...
By JEWEL WICKER/ Jewel.email@example.com, originally filed Saturday, May 7, 2016 It’s 11 p.m. Lauryn Hill’s microphone has just been cut nearly 40 minutes into her set because of Chastain Park Amphitheatre’s strict curfew. The singer continues to perform for...
We know letting go of Prince is proving harder than you thought it would be. [ more › ]
By JEWEL WICKER/ Jewel.firstname.lastname@example.org, originally filed Friday, April 29, 2016 Before his death, country music legend Merle Haggard was slated to perform with Willie Nelson this summer at Chastain Park Amphitheatre. Now, event organizers have scheduled a tribute...