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Andersonville

Andersonville
Chicago's diverse North Side neighborhood of Andersonville boasts Middle Eastern, New Orleans and Columbian restaurants, Mexican and Italian bakeries, shops for designer clothing, books, art, furniture and a good cup of coffee. Read more about Andersonville.
Chicago's diverse North Side neighborhood of Andersonville boasts Middle Eastern, New Orleans and Columbian restaurants, Mexican and Italian bakeries, shops for designer clothing, books, art, furniture and a good cup of coffee. Read more about Andersonville. « Show less

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  • Historic Andersonville water tower latest casualty of cold

    Historic Andersonville water tower latest casualty of cold
    The historic water tower in Andersonville can be counted as the latest casualty of Chicago’s severe winter. The tower atop the Swedish American Museum at 5211 N. Clark St. was damaged¬† when the cold caused the water inside the tank to freeze,...
  • Giordano's plans 5 more new restaurants in 2014

    Giordano's plans 5 more new restaurants in 2014
    Giordano's has opened a new restaurant in the South Loop, the deep dish pizza chain's first new location since emerging from bankruptcy in 2011.  The restaurant, located on the ground floor of a residential building being renovated at 1340 S. Michigan...
  • Review: Cicchetti

    Review: Cicchetti
    Review: Cicchetti 671 N. St. Clair St. 312-642-1800 Rating: !!! 1/2 (out of 4) Heating up Chicago is in the midst of such an Italian restaurant renaissance that you can almost smell the garlic in the air. The prince of orange clogs, Mario Batali, and...
  • 25 years for 'Too Much Light': Neo's reach goes far beyond Andersonville

    25 years for 'Too Much Light': Neo's reach goes far beyond Andersonville
    Some Chicago theater companies become important by growing to the point they become institutions — entities that hire actors, build subscriber bases, raise money for new buildings, that kind of thing. That's one form of influence. But what of that...
  • Firefighters rescue man from Andersonville fire

    Firefighters rescue man from Andersonville fire
    Chicago firefighters dragged an unconscious man to safety from a burning home in the North Side's Andersonville neighborhood early this morning. Firefighters responded to the fire in the 1600 block of West Foster Avenue shortly before 2 a.m. and were...
  • Chicago Overnight Report

    Chicago Overnight Report
    A wrap-up of news from the Tribune's breaking news desk. • Chicago firefighters dragged an unconscious man to safety from a house fire in the North Side's Andersonville neighborhood early this morning. Read more • Police fired shots but...
  • Dobby Gibson

     Dobby Gibson
    What do you think of when you think of Chicago? I think of that great, golden era in my 20s when I lived in Andersonville, on the North Side, in a dark garden apartment full of spiders that flooded whenever it rained. I had just published my first poem,...
  • Why I'll never write a book

    Why I'll never write a book
    ‘You should write a book.” Or, “Why don't you write a book?” Or, “Have you ever thought about writing a book?” Are you detecting a theme here? Anyone who writes for a living — anyone that is, with a mother...
  • 'Diversey' by MacKinlay Kantor gets another shot

    'Diversey' by MacKinlay Kantor gets another shot
    How forgotten is MacKinlay Kantor's "Diversey"? Well, when I looked it up on the Chicago Public Library website, I found only one copy available systemwide, in the closed stacks of the downtown branch — meaning that any reader interested in taking a...
  • The buzz in 2013, 'Fela!' to Felder

    The buzz in 2013, 'Fela!' to Felder
    Happy New Year. Been off the grid? Let's get you caught up with various prospects and developments in Chicago theater. The last couple of weeks of 2012 produced a slew of fascinating developments. A little production titled "The Book of Mormon" opened...
  • Best Chicago stores for last-minute gifts

    Best Chicago stores for last-minute gifts
    Holiday shipping deadlines are receding in the rear view mirror and all the sale ads scream “last minute,” but you haven't even begun to shop. Still, there's no need to pout, because the shops are pulling out the stops for last minute...