Mi Tocaya is a cozy corner neighborhood restaurant with genuinely friendly service, decorated in colorful tile with new takes on classic Mexican dishes from around the country. 267 more words
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We have a terrific show for you this evening! On tonight’s episode of The Download, political analysts Chris Robling and Kitty Kurth break down President Trump’s address to the nation outlining his policy on Afghanistan, Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips reflects on the life and legacy of Jerry Lewis, Chef Diana Davila tells us about her great new Logan Square restaurant Mi Tocaya Antojería and we end the show in Studio 435 with some live music courtesy of the great Even in Blackouts! 44 more words
It’s Industry Night and Justin is joined by acclaimed Chef Diana Davila of the Logan Square Restaurant Mi Tocaya Antojería. Chef Davila talks about her career, why her team starts out each day with a “Mi Tocaya” warrior chant, how growing up in a restaurant family has influenced her, what she learned in the family restaurant business that she keeps with her at Mi Tocaya, where she finds inspiration, what “Midwestern Mexican” means to her, the importance of being one with her ingredients, making the transition from working in restaurants to running her own restaurant and being named one of the… 55 more words
Chicagoans have been kissed by a delightful summer this year, with moderate humidity, plenty of sunshine, and just a few showers here and there. Before my favorite season arrives in a month or so (insert Kanye “I’mma let you finish” reference), squeeze every last drop of what the city has to offer with these best summer date ideas. 355 more words
CHICAGO (CBS) — Nine people were killed and at least 54 others were wounded in shootings across Chicago between Friday evening and Monday morning.
Seven people were shot, one fatally, during a single mass shooting incident about 2:30 a.m. 1,142 more words
LOGAN SQUARE — About two years after putting the most comprehensive collection of Logan Square historical photos on display, Andrew Schneider is at it again. 115 more words