Memories of the First World War still to be found a century later here on the N. Side

By Patrick Butler, Photos by Patrick Butler World War I may be a “forgotten war” to many Americans, but the so-called “War to End All Wars” that ended nearly a century ago still has plenty of reminders here on the North Side. These include aRead more

Youngest Commander in Post’s History Helps Revitalize American Legion Post 973

by Peter von Buol For more than 70 years, American Legion Tattler Post 973 has been a vital neighborhood institution for North Center and Lincoln Square. After years of a slow decline in membership, its current leadership has been able to successfully revitalize the organizationRead more

Rededication Ceremony of Chicago’s Berlin Wall Monument

by Peter von Buol The Gene and Rosemary Schulter Foundation, DANK Haus, the German-American Cultural Center and the Cold War Museum-Midwest will host a rededication ceremony of Chicago’s own Berlin Wall Monument at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 5. Located inside the CTA’s Brown LineRead more