Fake Shore Drive founder Andrew Barber on ten years of blogging and the evolution of the Chicago hip-hop scene

On October 10, the day local hip-hop blog Fake Shore Drive turned ten, it launched Fake Shore Dive (that's right, "dive"), a pop-up bar in the same Wicker Park storefront previously home to Riot Fest's temporary restaurant—and before that the Saved by the Bell diner, Saved by the Max. Fake Shore Dive stayed open for three nights, and in that time many big-name Chicago hip-hop players stopped in to thank the site for championing the local scene when few others paid it much...

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