Chicago’s Chinatown neighborhood on the South Side is one of the city’s least-appreciated yet coolest places to visit. Check out our visual representation of a night in Chinatown… then visit and experience it yourself!
Nightlife & Music
Chances are, if you’re a buyer of Vinyl records or rare CD’s then you enjoy the hunt for music almost as much as you enjoy the music itself. It was with this mentality that I attempted to tackle every record store within Chicago city limits.
If you’re on the south side of Chicago and you’re a wee bit thirsty for a pint, Western Avenue’s got you covered.
Grab some cash to tip the DJs and do some vocal warmups, because readers, you’re going to have a hell of a time at any of these kickass Chicago Karaoke Bars.
For part two of Chicago Record Labels, I look to span the gamut between independent success stories, the unfortunately-short-lived-but-loved, and totally-unheard-of-but-making-waves-in-certain-crowds.
A great place to have a bar crawl, the gentrifying neighborhood of Humboldt Park had lots of places for us to explore.
On select Sunday evenings through October, you can drop in and catch live music at the Centennial Monument in Logan Square as part of the Sundays in the Park music series.
North Coast Day Three. So there we have it. I’d say I’m sad to see the summer go, but its been a great one…
Day Two of North Coast Music Festival 2011. Check out Andrew’s recap of all things dance party related.
Andrew Hertzberg takes on North Coast 2011 — Check out his review of Day One!
Don’t you worry, folks. Festival season isn’t quite over yet. Dubbed ‘Summer’s Last Stand,’ the North Coast Music Festival brings a variety of artists to Chicago’s Union Park over Labor Day weekend. Check out our 2011 preview here.
Land of the Mud People. No, that isn’t the name of a band, but it might be a nickname for Grant Park after the monsoon that hit Lollapalooza on Sunday evening.