Lakeview »

Halloween in Lakeview: Where to Trick-or-Treat, Compete, Find Food Trucks

Halloween festivities include "Rocky Horror" screenings, a pig roast, hay rides and free baklava.

Lincoln Park »

Things You Can Do in Lincoln Park and Old Town Thursday

Head to Park West for Warren Miller's 65th movie, "No Turning Back."

Wicker Park »

How Well Do You Know Wicker Park? (QUIZ)

We test your know-how about the history, bars and tacos of Wicker Park.

North Lawndale »

West Side Artists Present 'Black Eutopia' Art Project Friday

West Side Art Chicago will stage the community arts project Friday at Carter's Barber Shop.

Logan Square »

Scavenger Hunt Part of Chicago Artists Month Walking Tour of Logan Square

Chicago Detours will host a Logan Square art walk and scavenger hunt on Sunday.

Lincoln Square »

Got Mad Knife Skills? Enter Gene's Sausage Shop's Pumpkin Carving Contest

Show off your skills by entering Gene's inaugural pumpkin carving contest.

Gold Coast »

'Hat's Off to Dr. Seuss' Exhibition Relocates to Atlas Galleries

The touring showcase of the children's author's hat collection moves Friday to its second Chicago stop.

Logan Square »

Win $100 Worth of Logan Theatre Tickets at Halloween Costume Contest

The contest will be followed by a screening of "The Shining."

Uptown »

Drink and Ink, Where You Can Watch Your Friends Get Tattoos on TV, Opens

With a 60-inch flat screen behind the bar, people can see friends or strangers get tattoos next door.

McKinley Park »

Preservation Groups to Host Tour of Central Manufacturing District

The walking tour will explore the intersection of the city's architecture and industry.

North Park »

Keep an Eye Out for 'Chicago Fire' in North Park on Thursday

The NBC drama is coming to North Park Thursday and that means star sightings and parking restrictions.

South Loop »

Jazz Showcase Impresario Joe Segal to Get Street Named After Him

The ceremony to declare Joe Segal Way was scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at 806 S. Plymouth Court.

Downtown »

Taste of Chicago Lost $169,000, but Officials Say it Was Still a Success

Rain wiped out the Taste's busiest day, but the official in charge of it still called it a success.

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