The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) has declared 2017 the “Year of Public Art.” While some in Logan Square look forward to what public works the program will bring to the city, others worry about the selection process for the chosen artists.
Rep. Luis Gutiérrez, who represents Logan Square, parts of the Southwest Side and some of the western suburbs, was removed from a meeting with the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Feb. 16.
On Wednesday, neighbors gathered for a nice time to enjoy a night of food and drink, complete with pizza. Paulie Gee’s (2451 N. Milwaukee Ave.) hosted the group of neighbors, including both Logan … Continue Reading
Members of the Logan Square Neighborhood Association hosted a community potluck dinner to discuss gentrification and other relevant issues in the neighborhood. In the basement of the Humboldt Park … Continue Reading
The week in crime news was dominated by the President's threat to invade Chicago. In Logan Square, a carjacking and business break-ins made headlines.
Trump pledges to "send in the Feds"
On Jan. 24, … Continue Reading
LoganSquarist wouldn't be possible without the hard-working efforts of our dedicated staff. Hailing from all across the country, with a number of interests and professional aspirations, our team has … Continue Reading
Near the corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Diversey Parkway, January cold creeps into a large, once-abandoned building. The pastel blue and purple walls chip off their paint onto the unfinished floor … Continue Reading
Last Saturday, New Year's Eve, in an event organized by Somos Logan Square and Autonomous Tenants Union (ATU), a crowd of nearly 40 gathered with the intention of signing and delivering a letter to … Continue Reading
Chicago was one of the first cities to fall in love with baseball and its citizens were some of its greatest patrons. Our two professional teams played at the pinnacle of the sport, while dozens of … Continue Reading