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Scattered new condominium buildings are priced higher than the older buildings they replaced in this Southwest Side area, but are far outnumbered by houses and flats that are 80-plus years old. Read more about Pilsen, Chicago IL
Scattered new condominium buildings are priced higher than the older buildings they replaced in this Southwest Side area, but are far outnumbered by houses and flats that are 80-plus years old. Read more about Pilsen, Chicago IL « Show less

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  • Two wounded in Pilsen, Austin overnight

    Two wounded in Pilsen, Austin overnight
    Two people were wounded overnight in shootings in the Pilsen and Austin neighborhoods. A 32-year-old man was driving at Cermak Road and Ashland Avenue on the Near West Side when he was shot in the arm about 2:30 a.m. Police weren't able to find a...
  • Thalia Hall brings music back to Pilsen

    Thalia Hall brings music back to Pilsen
    Last year, Bruce Finkelman (Empty Bottle) and Craig Golden (Longman & Eagle, Space) teamed up to reopen Thalia Hall, a Chicago landmark originally opened in 1892 at the corner of 18th and Allport streets to serve as a community arts center for Pilsen....
  • Goose Island to partner with The FADER magazine, announce event series in Chicago

    Goose Island to partner with The FADER magazine, announce event series in Chicago
    Goose Island Brewery is partnering with The FADER magazine to bring a series of events to three U.S. cities, and Chicago made the cut. The "Analog Migration" series will take place May 1 and will feature El-P and Killer Mike's Run The Jewels, Los Angeles-...
  • Judging neighborhoods (and myself)

    Judging neighborhoods (and myself)
    It was to be my small, lofted Shangri-La. My Fortress of Urban Solitude. After weeks of scouring the hellish depths of Craigslist's real estate section and nearly every apartment-hunting website known to man, I'd finally unearthed my dream bachelor pad. I...
  • How much can my landlord raise rent?

    How much can my landlord raise rent?
    April showers often bring May rent hikes in Chicago, as many renters look into renewing their leases. How much can a landlord legally raise the rent in Chicago from one year to the next? There are no state rent control laws, so the answer is: however...
  • Tribune Tower ravaged in 'Transformers' sequel -- again

    Tribune Tower ravaged in 'Transformers' sequel -- again
    When we last saw Tribune Tower in 2011’s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” there was a Decepticon ship crashing into the building’s steeple. Tribune Tower makes another appearance in the upcoming “Transformers: Age of...
  • Jared Rouben gives Chicago a first taste of Moody Tongue brewery

    Jared Rouben gives Chicago a first taste of Moody Tongue brewery
    The first thing Jared Rouben does when we meet is suggest we talk over a lunch of charcoal-grilled chicken, refried beans and arroz amarillo. We're here to chat beer—specifically, his coming-soon Pilsen brewery, Moody Tongue—but food is...
  • Moody Tongue beers to debut at beer-focused restaurants

    Moody Tongue beers to debut at beer-focused restaurants
    The city's first "culinary" brewery is set to debut, but don't expect its ingredient-heavy beers on liquor store shelves or at most bars. Moody Tongue beers, appropriately enough, will be on tap at the city's most adventurous restaurants. Brewery...
  • How cops broke 2009 case of 12-year-old girl's slaying

    How cops broke 2009 case of 12-year-old girl's slaying
    Chicago police had always suspected that the man who raped and killed 12-year-old Jahmeshia Conner was part of the fabric of a small section of Englewood where she lived with her mother and four siblings. But, with almost no leads, the 2009 case went...
  • What's with the lime shortage?

    What's with the lime shortage?
    You've seen the hike in lime prices at your grocery store, and bars are feeling it, too. A disease affecting Mexican lime trees means there's less fruit, and drug cartels also have taken control of some groves. At Del Toro, a Pilsen bar that orders 10-...
  • Five Chicago books to read by Lit Fest authors

    Five Chicago books to read by Lit Fest authors
    Stuart Dybek is sure to be the talk of Printers Row Lit Fest this year, as he returns in June with two new story collections, "Paper Lantern" and "Ecstatic Cahoots." He appeared at the first Lit Fest in 1985, and this year, he will be awarded the Near...