Andersonville »

Andersonville City Made Fest Features All Local Craft Brews

The event, scheduled for Sept. 20-21, highlights locally based breweries, musicians and artisans.

Rogers Park »

Pita Pit, Mystery Tenants Coming to New Loyola Apartment Building

The building, just north of Loyola Station, will also be home to BMO Harris bank.

Morgan Park »

Irish Burger Topped With Corned Beef And Cabbage Debuts In Morgan Park

Five Star Burgers offers an array of exotic burger toppings that has South Side neighborhood buzzing.

Canaryville »

Buy or Sell 'Any Old Thing' at Canaryville Flea Market

Vendors are invited to clear out their closets at the flea market sale.

West Loop »

Bucktown's Cat and Mouse Game Store to Expand to West Loop

The new store is hoping to be able to offer drop-off gaming activities and club nights for children.

Wicker Park »

Le Dress Boutique on Division to Close After Monthlong 'Au Revoir' Sale

A desire to focus on family, and the fact there were no buyers for the shop, prompted the closure.

Lincoln Park »

Eddie Bauer Opening Lincoln Park Location Thursday

The clothing store will be located in the former Borders bookstore at North Avenue and Halsted Street.

Bucktown »

Vintage Charm Joins Damen Shopping District in Former Clothes Minded Spot

The shop is planning to open next week in Wicker Park and sells clothing, jewelry and home furnishings.

Andersonville »

Trumbull School Redevelopment Draws Seven Ideas, Including New Theater

The TimeLine Theatre in Lakeview and a Jewish school in Edgewater are looking to move to Andersonville.

Lincoln Square »

Lincoln Square Storefront Shakeup Has Savvy Seconds on the Move

Savvy Seconds' move is part of a shakeup that includes the closing of De'O Fave'nte and Exclusive Gifts.

Bucktown »

WATCH: Bucktown Dog Says 'I Love You' ... And It's Pretty Clear

The Siberian husky has been learning new tricks since March, owner and trainer Christina Peng said.

Streeterville »

Magnificent Mile Shopping Fest Adds Pop-Up Shops on Michigan Avenue

Mag Mile storefronts will line the streets with pop-up displays this weekend.

Andersonville »

Andersonville ‘Shop Local’ Staple Retiring, But Not Selling Out

Jan Baxter, 74 and a 49-year Andersonsville resident, said she's determined to not "become old."

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