Good Evening, Night Owls!
Just wanted to get you updated on Chicago Neighborhood News for this week. Our Team Member Cathy Mallers updates us on happenings in the Chicago Neighborhoods of Logan Square, Lakeview, The Loop, The Gold Coast, and the Chicago Suburb of Evanston IL.
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This is just too humorous not to share with everyone. Coming this Friday night at the Congress Theater is Nacho Libre and Mucho Burlesque aka L.A.'s Lucha VaVoom.
Offering a combination of masked Mexican wrestling (in Nacho Libre form), retro burlesque in between matches and humor from Blaine Capatch (of note Mind of Mencia and MadTV) this is sure to be one night of great entertainment.
To read more and view the promo video (not to miss) click here.
For some it's therapy, for others it's necessity. I just call it shopping.
This Thursday is Third Thursdays on Southport Avenue. There will be strolling musicians, local artists painting the scene and a few more surprises from local businesses.
For more details, click here.
It's time to put on the lederhosen and enjoy some German hospitality. Starting today through Friday, Berghoff Restaurant is hosting their 24th Annual Oktoberfest in Federal Plaza.
Starting at 11 a.m. and ending at 9 p.m. daily, don't miss out on this Chicago tradition. The Johnny Wagner Band will play each day during the lunch hour including other evening entertainment.
To learn more, click here.
Usually we share light-hearted information that the majority of our readership wants to read. Though this is more of a commercial project, it's indicative of the signs of the Chicago market showing better signs of life than other areas.
Cityfront Place was placed on the market yesterday by Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. This move could awaken the downtown multi-family (i.e. apartment) investment market from a two-year slumber.
To read more, click here.
In a move to keep local residents more informed and aware of what's happening in the city council meetings, Evanston officials agreed to move their meetings and replays to live streaming over the Internet.
This would allow residents to not only watch over Web but also make comments. It also gives non-residents the opportunity to learn more before joining the community as well as provide access for those who are not able.
To read more, click here.
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Have a Great Weekend!
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