Owner Jimmy Madla is closing the Latin-inspired restaurant to focus on a Coalfire Pizza project.
"I really want to make this a celebration," said Kristine Subido, who closed the shop after two years.
The bar at 3700 N. Clark St. will host MTV-themed trivia at 8 p.m. Thursday.
An analysis by online real estate firm Redfin shows that property values near the park have been up.
The inaugural Beer & BBQ Challenge will pair brewers with pitmasters in an epic showdown.
After a rare brain cancer diagnosis, she's seeking help from her fans to pay for medical expenses.
Starting this fall, professionals and beginners can take skills, movement & career development classes.
The community orchestra is scheduling auditions for late August.
The boil from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday is $25 for all-you-can-eat crawfish, corn, potatoes and sausage.
Details of the Clybourn barrier-protected bike lanes were presented at a meeting Thursday night.
Some people think the beach could stand to lose some concrete, while others fear being inconvenienced.
The Avondale restaurant could open in four to five months, according to a real estate broker.
Emily Erickson, 26, said she was heading home from work when a man filmed her on the train near Belmont.
When a cyclist's wheels go missing, Chicago's huge online bike community jumps into action.
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