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Irving Park

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Top Irving Park Articles

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  • Zone 383 parking war

     
    Here's what you can do to avoid being slapped with a $50 parking ticket, courtesy Ald. Tom Tunney's office....
  • Stabbing, other attacks occur on Halsted

     
    Several men were attacked and robbed along the Halsted strip within the last week....
  • Irving Park’s global bar scene

     
    It was a sleepy Tuesday night as I got off the brown line and walked down Irving Park, questioning whether or not Google maps had lied to me about where I was going.  After walking down another eerily quiet block on Irving Park, lo and behold there it...
  • Residents threatened with guns; Champagne stolen

     
    A man's bottle of Dom Perignon was stolen from his condo near Cornelia Avenue and Halsted Street....
  • Two cars broken into, two robberies at gunpoint

     
    Car broken into on Buckingham Place September 25, 3:30 a.m. A 41-year-old male reported to police that his car was broken into near the corner of Buckingham Place and Broadway, according to reports. The non-offender told police that when he returned to...
  • Diner Grill

     
    Telling someone who lives in the area that they should eat at the Diner Grill is like telling a human that they should try breathing.  It's so obvious that it's laughable.  The Diner Grill, at Irving Park and Marshfield, is the mecca of late night eats in...
  • Blowup Repairperson Needed

     
    Dennis Pearson is best known as the guy who seems to be running for everything and never winning. Most recently, he was one of several candidates for an Allentown City Council appointment, but they picked somebody else. People also should......
  • Bros vs. hipsters in ‘West Side Story’ spoof

     
    Chicago residents familiar with the hipster/Wrigleyville divide that fuels a type of low-level social antagonism amongst the 20- and 30-something crowds may find serious amusement in Byron Hatfield's and Jeff Strickland's new musical....
  • Public figures, public transit

     
    By Megan Crepeau Anyone been stuck on an overcrowded Blue Line lately, or waited for Godot an Irving Park bus? Yeah, me too. You know who probably hasn't? Certain members of the CTA's Board of Directors. RedEye found that out......
  • Northalsted offers Easter egg hunt for adults

     
    This weekend some 600 golden Easter eggs with deals, offers and gift cards inside will be found at many Boystown businesses....
  • Why am I up this early on Saturday?

     
    The alarm goes off to the tune of “Danger! High Voltage” by Electric Six. It's 7:30 am on a Saturday and a number of questions race through my mind, the first and most pressing obviously, “why the hell am I up at 7:30 on a Saturday?&#...
  • True Life: The Hangover, starring you

     
    I try to avoid 24-hour establishments, especially ones that involve food. How, my inner germaphobe asks, can a place constantly crawling with patrons ever get properly cleaned? The phrase “24 hours” recalls hazy undergrad memories of...