The new music festival drew an estimated 4,500 fans to Hideout over the weekend.
A male art and shop teacher at the Francis W. Parker school used his iPhone to take pictures underneath a woman’s skirt Sunday night, police said.
We are desperate to find our cat Boomerang. He got out late Sunday night (9/4), No collar or tag, but microchipped.
ive diners at a Noble Square neighborhood restaurant were injured when part of the ceiling collapsed and a decorative wooden light fixture fell on them, authorities said.
Our Urban Times has a story on a prostitution crackdown in Bucktown/Wicker Park.
Fox Chicago has a cute profile of local biz iCream, the frozen treat purveyor that we here at RedEye ‘Hoods like to call “that robot ice cream shop.”
On paper, Daniel Kibblesmith is a matchmaker’s dream: He has a good job at Groupon, has a sense of humor and lives in Bucktown/Wicker Park.
This stately, 101-year-old, 4-level single-family home was converted from a multi-family home two decades ago. Hip and quirky!
Imagine the cache you’d have at dinner parties: “My house won the Milan International Design Contest, muah ha ha, how about yours?”
Want to see a supermodel up close and personal? This week is your chance as Chicago native Cindy Crawford heads home for a gala.