Monthly Archives: December 2012

Damen Stop – Half Acre Brewing Company

Photos by reporter Eva Larson. Half Acre Beer Company sits at 4257 N. Lincoln Ave. A 12-minute walk from the Damen Brown Line stop, the company itself sells clothing items, glassware, local coffee, music, and hot sauce. In the brewery … Continue reading

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Kimball Stop – The Huddle House

Photos by reporter Brooke Hawkinson. Huddle House is a tiny 24-hour diner located at 4748 N. Kimball Ave.,  directly across from the last stop on the Brown Line, Kimball. It caters to anyone at any time: Yuppies, hipsters, and hobos … Continue reading

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Belmont Stop – Baladoche

Photos by reporter Simon Bredberg. Six years ago, Trinidad and Tobago-born Terrence Mootoo opened Baladoché, a Belgian and Italian-inspired café located at 2905 N. Clark St.,  just half a mile southeast of the Belmont Brown Line stop. Baladoché offers a … Continue reading

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Powder Puff Flops; Students Offer Improvements

   

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Faith in the Community

Nearing the peak of the holiday season, we begin to see increasing numbers of donations made to religious organizations. People have varied motivations for charitable giving, be it to ensure goodwill, to financially help the church finish the year in … Continue reading

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A Hidden Gem in the City

By Eva Larson Albany Park is filled to the brim with all sorts of culture, art, and entertainment that is appreciated by many of its residents. A somewhat forgotten opportunity for unconventional entertainment in our society is the Chicago Park … Continue reading

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ALMIGHTY LATIN KINGS

Almighty Latin Kings in the Albany Park Area By: Kevin Vaseghi Many neighborhoods around Chicago suffer from criminal activity, and Albany Park is no exception. It is safe to assume that most people living in this city have heard about, … Continue reading

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