The Daily Northwestern

Living for the city: Unique coffee shops in Chicago

Miranda Leon, Columnist

November 14, 2013

Coffee is more than a drink. It's basically a way of life. When you order a cup of coffee, you lose all of your spare change, yet still come out feeling as rich as the coffee beans ground into your cup. Why is that? It is the...

Evanston shuts down pop-up restaurant Under the Table for lack of license

Kimberly Railey, Managing Editor

November 8, 2013

Although pop-up restaurant Under the Table was shut down by Evanston last month for not having a license, its owners say the issue will be resolved in the next few weeks. When the fine-dining spot came to the city in August, ...

Uptown ushers in old-fashioned fun with Pivot Multi-Arts Festival

Sammy Caiola, Reporter

May 22, 2013

It’s Reading Period. The weather is beautiful, it’s too early to study for your tests, and you’re thinking how it’s a shame you don’t get into Chicago more. Well, you’re in luck. There’s probably a 28-piece punk...

Sashay into spring with Chicago’s music festivals

Celia Skaggs, Reporter

April 11, 2013

Despite the unusually cold weather taking over campus this week, Spring Quarter is officially in session, which means one thing: Music festival season is here. Although Lollapalooza doesn’t roll into town until August, there...