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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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  • 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...
  • 'Raising Hope' star Lucas Neff teases big Season 3 kiss

    'Raising Hope' star Lucas Neff teases big Season 3 kiss
    If you compare working on a TV show to going to school, "Raising Hope" star Lucas Neff had a heck of a summer break. "It's a lot of sleep deprivation, but it's good," Neff told me during a phone conversation Sunday. "It's a lot of fun." Over the...
  • Cops seek help identifying dead woman in Andersonville

    Cops seek help identifying dead woman in Andersonville
    Chicago police are asking for the public's help to identify a woman who was found dead in the Andersonville Neighborhood on the North Side on Tuesday. The woman was found deceased in a driveway on the 5400 block of North Ashland Avenue, officials said....
  • Koval Distillery: Take a tour of Chicago's first craft distillery

    Koval Distillery: Take a tour of Chicago's first craft distillery
    Single-grain white whiskey, aged whiskey, brandies, liquers - all made from scratch, right here in Chicago. Today I took my first tour of Koval Distillery in Andersonville. They've been open since 2008, and they offer regular tours to those thirsty for...
  • The seventh annual Andersonville Dessert Crawl

    The seventh annual Andersonville Dessert Crawl
    Featuring the best desserts from local restaurants in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood. Choose between THREE routes, each featuring sweet treats from 11 different Andersonville favorites! The event benefits the Andersonville Development Corporation, a...
  • Christmas at Svea: Lutefisk and a song

    Christmas at Svea: Lutefisk and a song
    "Just so everyone knows," Tom Martin announced to all in the diner, "it's this gentleman's fault that I'll be singing a song." On the word "this," Martin gestured to me. Sitting at the counter alone, like a duck in the cross hairs, I suffered the judging...
  • Nice Cream works to get back in business

    Nice Cream works to get back in business
    In the two weeks since we reported on the Illinois Department of Public Health nearly shutting down local artisan Nice Cream maker Kris Swanberg, many have come to her defense. Swanberg still can not sell her goods in local Whole Foods or make new ice...
  • This self-starter helps keep people Twice As Warm

    This self-starter helps keep people Twice As Warm
    We've gathered some more stories about people who saw a need or faced a challenge, and created a solution for our "Problem? No Problem!" series. Here are their stories. —Jenniffer Weigel, Tribune Newspapers (Got your own story? Send it to us at...
  • 50 SHOWS FOR FALL

    50 SHOWS FOR FALL
    As we bid farewell to the Summer of Swelter, it's a grand time for pulling up the appointment app on your smart phone (or pulling out the day planner, if you're a traditionalist) and setting aside some play dates with the hottest shows in town. BIG DEALS...
  • The 'parklet' wave is about to hit Chicago

    The 'parklet' wave is about to hit Chicago
    In San Francisco, they’re called “parklets.” In Chicago, the name is “people spots.” Whatever term you use, these miniature parks and plazas are about to get a trial run here. The concept, backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, is...
  • Nation’s first LGBT homesharing program finds match

     
    Many older LGBT adults in Boystown looking for companionship, and maybe a little extra income, are turning to the nation's first LGBT homesharing program to find it....