Regardless of what my waiter said, I don’t have a miniature Tootsie Pop head! Ed Debevic’s is one eatery that may leave you a bit salty — in a good way, of course!
Articles By: Cheryl Thomas
Anne Marie Saviano is a Chicago bred director/writer/teacher who never ceases to amaze us. If she isn’t directing a Second City comedy show or writing the news at WGN, she’s probably just gushing about how much she loves Chicago.
Some call them power-pop. Others emo. They were even dubbed “eyelinered iteration of angry-boys-with-guitars” by Entertainment Weekly early in their career. Whatever you call them and wherever your sentiments lie, there’s no denying Fall Out Boy’s status as the Windy City’s token rock n’ roll punk boys.
Whether you’re interested in Chicago’s ethnic history or you just want to grab a good sausage, a visit to Little Italy and its surrounding attractions are a must.
On the south side of the Red Line rests the much bigger and much newer stadium, housing the much more successful team (hey, I’m just speaking truth), the Chicago White Sox.
Nestled on the bustling corner of North and Wells, Corcoran’s offers an oft-tried, rarely accomplished juxtaposition of the traditional Irish pub and the Chicago neighborhood bar.