Logan Square »

Scene in the 'Hood: Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

Five of the week's best Instagram pics from around Logan Square, Humboldt Park and Avondale.

Ravenswood »

Indie Wed Targets Couples Looking to Walk Down the Aisle Less Traveled

The indie fair, focused on artisans and small shops, returns to the Ravenswood Event Center on Saturday.

Edison Park »

Charlie Hebdo Will Be Sold at Kaage Newsstand in Edison Park

The memorial edition of Charlier Hebdo will be available at 5 a.m. Friday at Kaage Newsstand.

Jefferson Park »

DNAinfo on Fox: Gang Sign-Covered Cow, Fake Parking Tickets and Beyonce 101

Reporter Heather Cherone stopped by Fox studios to discuss the day's top stories.

Roscoe Village »

Lagunitas Founder Tony Magee Headlining 'Hoo Hah' at Four Moon Tavern

Magee will be performing on guitar and Lagunitas beers will be featured at Thursday's "Hoo Hah."

Bridgeport »

Bridgeport Art Competition Deadline Is Saturday

The annual contest awards $3,000 in prizes to Chicago-area artists.

Lincoln Park »

DePaul Freshman Directs His Fourth Film, 'King Ripple'

Luke Jaden, 18, directed and acted in the horror thriller filmed in Detroit in December.

Lincoln Park »

Stick Your Head Inside a Terrarium at DePaul's New Soil Exhibit

"Rooted in Soil" features multiple mediums of work that all focus on soil at the DePaul Art Museum.

University Village »

Beyonce Course 'Not a Fluff Class,' UIC Instructor Says

"There's clear value in it," said instructor Jennifer Richardson.

Jefferson Park »

Radio Extra: Potholes Will Become Works of Art After Kickstarter Campaign

Heather Cherone discusses why Jim Bachor began filling potholes on DNAinfo Radio. 

Logan Square »

Hate the Super Bowl? Logan Arcade Offers 'Refuge of the Damned' Sunday

Drinking, yelling and Star Trek ... but no football in this "non-sporting" event.

Downtown »

Dogs Could Still Have Their Day at Maggie Daley Park

A key parks group presented potential compromises to the controversial dog ban at Maggie Daley Park.

South Chicago »

'Docents of the Hood' To Give Valentine's Day Tour of the Old Neighborhood

The free history walk puts a spotlight on bygone history in once-booming South Chicago.

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