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!
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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.
Richard Wright’s novel Native Son delves into the racial tensions on the South Side of the city, addressing issues that we as Chicagoans still face today. Read this book in hopes that there will never be another one written just like it.
Since its opening in 1950, Beachwood Inn has been a unique retreat from the more trafficked bars in the neighborhood.
Today, all that remains of Old Comiskey is a marble plaque on the sidewalk at the spot of the old home plate next to the towering U.S. Cellular Field. But regardless, the home of White Sox will still always be known as Comiskey to many.
At the Beverly Art Center and The Music Station, South siders get their fix of music, theater, art, and more.