Creepy deer heads, pumpkin pie and soccer were some of the subjects of this week's neighborhood stories.
From budgets to churro-dogs, DNAinfo reporters are reading it.
A Blackhawk-inspired hot dog, craft cocktails and pizza should be on your menu.
The youth program is hoping to crowd fund $70,000 after losing grant money to budget cuts.
Koval's "Womanhattan" cocktail is strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.
Oistrakh Symphony is out to save classical music one pop collaboration at a time.
How do burglars choose their target? Find out Saturday at the Foster District's "Keeping It Real" panel.
Also: Coyotes on the South Side and an NFL Draft Party Downtown.
The Trinity Irish Dance Academy has a hot new jig for St. Patrick's Day.
In Case You Missed It , DNAinfo's weekly podcast, highlights some of this week's neighborhood news.
Rahm Emanuel's challenger has a lucky charm draped over his office chair — a Sesame Street blanket.
The neo-speakeasy could open by September near the Irving Park/Damen/Lincoln intersection.
The Blackhawks player will be on hand to introduce Meatheads' "Bickell Dog," which benefits his charity.
We rounded up photos of some of Chicago's best and brightest neon signs.
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