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Armory Center Aims to Give Teens Their Own Space

Edgewater teens will take over the Broadway Armory Friday night, officially opening a new teen center that has been two years in the making. A...

Howard Street Brewing to Open in May

Howard Street Brewing Company will open in May, just east of the El stop in the old Howard Theatre Building. Owner Chuck Patella said...

ArtSeed Program Aims to Help People Tell Their Stories

ArtSeed, a San Francisco based non-profit arts educational program, will be hosting an information session today, at 1754 West Albion 4:30 p.m. to 6:30...

Senn High School holds clothing drive for refugees

Incoming freshman to Senn High School organized a clothing donation stand and candy bar sale to raise money for refugees. The event was planned...

Find fresh produce at Rogers Park farmers market

With Chicago's cold weather finally over, farmer's markets are making coming back to Rogers Park. Here are a few farmer's markets you can visit to buy...

TBaar bubble tea comes to Rogers Park

TBaar, a bubble tea and fruit smoothie store opened in Rogers Park on June 3, at 1223 W. Devon Ave. The first TBaar opened up in Brooklyn,...

Staying safe during festival season

With festival season coming up it's important that Chicagoans take precautions to stay safe during the summer fun.  Music festivals attract tourists to Chicago, and...

Aloha Poke opens on Sheridan Road

Aloha Poke restaurant opened on Sheridan, right next to Potbelly restaurant. “Aloha” means “goodbye” in Hawaiian. Aloha Poke used to be a tiny food stall...

6th Annual Pivot Arts Festival

Photo credit to Pivot Arts official website. The 6th annual Pivot Art Festival is going to take place June 1st through June 10th. This festival...
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Business Profile: Raising Cane’s

Raising Cane's has been deemed the local expert on chicken by many in Rogers Park, and we wanted to find out what made the...

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“Black Out Day”: Loyola students zoom out of classes and tune into BLM–An Interview...

By: Ananya Chandhok  They marched in 1963, whether or not their community stood shoulder to shoulder with them. They marched again in 2009, even when...

Loyola Student-Athlete Explains The Challenges of Playing Sports During Pandemic

By: Jimmy Lynch  Finding the motivation to play college sports when there are no games on the schedule for the foreseeable future might sound hard,...

Breaking the Status Quo: A Plan of Action to Eradicate Racism in Sorority Culture

By: Kamdyn Rhodes (a member of Kappa Delta) Loyola’s Kappa Delta Theta Upsilon Sorority works to eliminate racism and prejudice within sorority culture in light...

Rogers Park Branch: A Look at Library Operations Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Bina Wilens Flashback to March, a time of worldwide panic and uncertainty. Within our city of Chicago, the normally bustling streets became increasingly isolated...

Halas Back in Action

By: Seth George For the last five months, students have been cooped up inside their homes, unable to exercise at gyms due to the uncertainty...