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Crain's Chicago Business
'I knew we lived in a city where people get shot. I just didn't think I'd have to see it.'alone protested. “It's Chicago. What do you expect?” Jose Caisaguano, 17, told
'I knew we lived in a city where people get shot. I just didn't think I'd have to see it.'
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 9 days ago
alone protested. “It's Chicago. What do you expect?” Jose Caisaguano, 17, told the Chicago Tribune after his uncle was shot in Logan Square in March. “People die in Chicago. After a while, it's just normal.” In Andersonville, my cushy neighborhood... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Rauner: Marijuana decriminalization bill about as important as the state piethe garages to a Morgan Stanley investment company. (Hal Dardick) *Logan Squar
Rauner: Marijuana decriminalization bill about as important as the state pie
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
the garages to a Morgan Stanley investment company. (Hal Dardick) *Logan Square protests: Expect dueling events Saturday in Logan Square, where protesters plan to claim Ald. Proco “Joe” Moreno is permitting too much gentrification and the... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
‘I knew we lived in a city where people get shot. I just didn't think I'd have to see it.’alone protested. “It's Chicago. What do you expect?” Jose Caisaguano, 17, told
‘I knew we lived in a city where people get shot. I just didn't think I'd have to see it.’
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 10 days ago
alone protested. “It's Chicago. What do you expect?” Jose Caisaguano, 17, told the Chicago Tribune after his uncle was shot in Logan Square in March. “People die in Chicago. After a while, it's just normal.” In Andersonville, my cushy neighborhood... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Marchers take to The 606 Bloomingdale trail to protest gentrificationfamilies and longtime residents feeling squeezed out of their homes because of
Marchers take to The 606 Bloomingdale trail to protest gentrification
Chicago Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
families and longtime residents feeling squeezed out of their homes because of increasing property taxes and rising rents in Logan Square. Logan Square residents like Jennifer Velazquez are stressed over whether they’ll be able to stay as... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Acclaimed Chef Jason Vincent’s triumphant return to the kitchenPilsen hotspot Nightwood, taking some time off, what he learned from walking aw
Acclaimed Chef Jason Vincent’s triumphant return to the kitchen
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 19 days ago
Pilsen hotspot Nightwood, taking some time off, what he learned from walking away, being a stay-at-home dad, where he likes to eat in Chicago, the cult of celebrity chefs and his new restaurant Giant which is opening in Logan Square later this mo... Read more
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The Forward
How A Top Jewish Cop in Chicago Wound Up Managing Its Explosive Police Scandaland how they do business. Buslik’s presence that day in the city’s 14th Distri
How A Top Jewish Cop in Chicago Wound Up Managing Its Explosive Police Scandal
The Forward / Posted 20 days ago
and how they do business. Buslik’s presence that day in the city’s 14th District headquarters, his own former command post in Logan Square on the city’s Northwest Side, was part of a mission of transparency and communication: the first of 25 stops... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
End of an era: Logan Square's iconic billboard for Cameron Crowe's 'Aloha' taken downto start a Tumblr last November that answered the question: "Is the poster for
End of an era: Logan Square's iconic billboard for Cameron Crowe's 'Aloha' taken down
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
to start a Tumblr last November that answered the question: "Is the poster for 'Aloha' the movie still on that billboard in Logan Square?" After dozens of posts, today, the blog solemnly updated its readers with a "No." Its impact went further... Read more
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The Forward
How Chicago’s Top Jewish Cop Wound Up Managing Its Explosive Police Scandaland how they do business. Buslik’s presence that day in the city’s 14th Distri
How Chicago’s Top Jewish Cop Wound Up Managing Its Explosive Police Scandal
The Forward / Posted 20 days ago
and how they do business. Buslik’s presence that day in the city’s 14th District headquarters, his own former command post in Logan Square on the city’s Northwest Side, was part of a mission of transparency and communication: the first of 25 stops... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
New buildings near 'L' mostly aimed at well-dois and I don't have a car," said Natalie Jose, 34, a stand-up comedian who says
New buildings near 'L' mostly aimed at well-do
Chicago Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
is and I don't have a car," said Natalie Jose, 34, a stand-up comedian who says she was evicted from her apartment in Logan Square after her rent jumped to $1,095 from $735. "I don't know how I can afford to stay in Chicago." Jose lived... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Lakeview cook on 'Hell's Kitchen' finale: 'I'm a little overwhelmed'team. With the competition over, it's unclear what's next for Barone, who once
Lakeview cook on 'Hell's Kitchen' finale: 'I'm a little overwhelmed'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
team. With the competition over, it's unclear what's next for Barone, who once worked as a line cook for Longman and Eagle in Logan Square. "It's been a really great journey," Barone told the Tribune Monday about her "Hell's Kitchen" experience.... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Lakeview line cook hungry to win 'Hell's Kitchen'she studied cookbooks and watched food shows while she was on house arrest. Sh
Lakeview line cook hungry to win 'Hell's Kitchen'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
she studied cookbooks and watched food shows while she was on house arrest. She worked as a line cook at Longman and Eagle in Logan Square, but her big break came when she decided to audition for "Hell's Kitchen" after years of watching the show... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Where do Chicago-area manufacturing and transportation employees live and work?the company paid $12.6 million for a 703,973-square-foot warehouse in Romeovill
Where do Chicago-area manufacturing and transportation employees live and work?
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 30 days ago
the company paid $12.6 million for a 703,973-square-foot warehouse in Romeoville, moving there from separate facilities in Logan Square and Hermosa that offered a total of 513,000 square feet of space. It's unclear if Magid, which didn't respond... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Chicago Small Business Week headquarters movethink they’re going to be growing.” Carter wanted to own again. Her list of d
Chicago Small Business Week headquarters move
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted a month ago
think they’re going to be growing.” Carter wanted to own again. Her list of desires was long. The team wanted to stay in Logan Square to avoid losing staff and be on one floor to make production and communication easier. They wanted a... Read more

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