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Double Door Landlord Tells Club To Get Out On First Day Of Trial

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The case began Wednesday after months of legal wrangling. The next scheduled court date is June 14.


Furious Spoon Ramen Joining New Loop Food Hall

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The food court will open this summer in a vintage office building at 125 S. Clark St. 


Scoop-The-Poop Ordinance Bagged By Aldermen

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
Aldermen Leslie Hairston and Raymond Lopez called for the ordinance to be delayed at least a month.


Bucktown Skate Shop, Uprise, To Double In Size Just Before 20th Year

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
"It makes a difference when buying a skateboard from a skateboarder than not," Uprise's GM said.


Snowboards, Shopping Carts, Bikes And Other Junk Removed From Chicago River

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
More than 200 paddlers helped remove loads of trash from the Chicago River.


Time Capsule From 1889 Discovered In Demolished Humboldt Park Church

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The capsule was found in a limestone block during the demolition of the church.


Top Cop Eddie Johnson Spins Tall Tales While Trying To Earn Chicago's Trust

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
KONKOL: Chicagoans deserve facts, not fables from Mayor Emanuel's handpicked police superintendent.


Hundreds March on The 606 Over Gentrification

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The protest was intended to draw attention to the rising cost of living near the trail.


Chicago Couple Plan Epic 2,190-Mile Hike On Appalachian Trail

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
Erin McShea and Joe Vlasek are pumped to enter "complete wilderness" and raise money for charity.


Chicago School Budgets Could Be Slashed By Up To 30 Percent, CPS Warns

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 4 days ago
"There would be no way we could operate under this budget," one principal said.


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