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Lincoln Square (Chicago, Illinois)

Lincoln Square (Chicago, Illinois)
The area that includes Bowmanville and Ravenswood is a hub for small business, culture and recreation. Read more about Lincoln Square, Chicago
The area that includes Bowmanville and Ravenswood is a hub for small business, culture and recreation. Read more about Lincoln Square, Chicago « Show less

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  • July 6: Lunchbreak - Summer Smoothies from Seedling Fruit

    July 6: Lunchbreak - Summer Smoothies from Seedling Fruit
    Seedling Orchard 6717 111th Ave South Haven, MI 49090 seedlingfruit.com Seedling Summer Fresh Fruit Smoothie Ingredients: Approximately 8 oz fruit (raspberries, blueberries) 4 oz cider 4 oz ice Directions: Blend. Tips: Best fruits for smoothies...
  • December 3: Lunchbreak - Chef Martin Wallner Makes Austrian Apfel Strudel

    December 3: Lunchbreak - Chef Martin Wallner Makes Austrian Apfel Strudel
    3rd Annual Lincoln Square Christkindl Market December 3 - 5 Lincoln Square Chicago www.lincolnsquareck.com Austrian Apfel Strudel There are many variations of this dish. This version is very simple and originates from the region around Graz-Austria....
  • Sidewalks sizzle with great deals

    Sidewalks sizzle with great deals
    Chicago is filled with reasons to celebrate in the summertime. The major one, of course? It's not winter. We all have our own list of the joys of summer. At the very top of mine is power shopping — outdoors! Throughout the city and suburbs,...
  • Stories of the morning commute

    Stories of the morning commute
    Pat Powers, 55, who lives in Wicker Park, walked south down Ashland Avenue this morning. He had a three-mile walk ahead of him to the Marriot at Medical District/UIC, 625 S. Ashland Ave., where he was meeting his boss. He called the dire warnings...
  • The inside story of CTA 'L' lines

    The inside story of CTA 'L' lines
    Are you in the Loop when it comes to knowing the ins and outs of the "L"? If all you know about the Green Line is that it's a Goose Island beer, you're in luck. Two Chicago groups are offering tours this summer that detail the intricacies of the CTA....
  • Dog tag stirs memory of father 40 years later

    Dog tag stirs memory of father 40 years later
    For about 40 years, the military dog tag that once rested on the chest of Navy Lt. j.g. William DeGroff was a lost treasure. For two decades it lingered on a Nevada mountain among the wreckage of the young airman’s plane. For two more decades, it...
  • Chicago's Best Fried @ Isla Pillipina

    Chicago's Best Fried @ Isla Pillipina
    Isla Pillipina 2501 West Lawrence Avenue   Try It: Lumpia Shanghai (mini eggroll) or Crispy Pata (pig knuckle) Ted's Take: Located in a small strip-mall in Lincoln Square is one of the most authentic Philippine restaurants I've encountered.  Isla...
  • Old holiday traditions, new organizers

    Old holiday traditions, new organizers
    It’s easy to find people carrying on Thanksgiving traditions, but editors wanted me to find the exact opposite of that for a story about when old traditions end and new ones begin. In a recent online survey on Allrecipes.com, 16 percent of...
  • November 29: Midday Fix - 4th Annual Lincoln Square Christkindl Market

    November 29: Midday Fix - 4th Annual Lincoln Square Christkindl Market
    4th Annual Lincoln Square Christkindl Market December 2 - 4 4700 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago Hours: Friday, Noon -10:00 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. www.LincolnSquareCK.com
  • Old Town School set to open new concert venue, classroom space

    Old Town School set to open new concert venue, classroom space
    It all started in a private home in 1957 with a small group of folk guitarists learning the chords to “Sloop John B.” Now 55 years later Frank Hamilton, Win Stracke and the other founders of the Old Town School of Folk Music would hardly...
  • Lincoln Square to host 'neighborhood' beer festival

    Lincoln Square to host 'neighborhood' beer festival
    Years ago, drinking locally wasn't about sipping the beer made in your city -- it meant drinking the beer from your neighborhood. Prohibition and the rise of conglomerates put an end to that habit. But the craft-beer boom has turned drinkers toward local...