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Want a Piece of a Century-Old CTA Station? Now's Your Chance

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
Two preservation groups will auction off pieces of a shuttered Loop CTA stop Friday night. 


The Closed Cortland Bridge That Gridlocked Lincoln Park Could Open Nov. 1

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The under-construction Cortland Bridge is 45 percent done after a summer of traffic.


Add Wheelchair Users to The People Who Love the New Bloomingdale Trail

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The elevated 606 park's trail has 17 ADA-compliant ramps, all accessible.


5 Things To Do Outside Today: Yoga, Free Ice Cream, Find Nemo

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
by DNAInfo Staff Relive the hunt for a missing clown fish, work on your downward dog and more outside on Tuesday. CHICAGO — It may be feeling a bit autumnal today in Chicago, but summer is far from over — especially if we have anything to say about it. Savor the outdoors (while we still...


Bucktown Arts Fest's Big 30th Anniversary Bash Offers Art, Music, Beer

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The volunteer-run fest is free; artists will display at 195 booths, plus there's music and food trucks.


The Team That Jackie Robinson West Beat Gets Belated Trip to World Series

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 3 days ago
The Indiana team, awarded the Great Lakes title after JRW scandal, finally got its trip to Williamsport.


Custodian Jim Rago, a Kennedy Park Staple, Dead at 78

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 4 days ago
The often gruff Jim Rago of Roseland died on Saturday having spent 54 years working at Kennedy Park.


Meet the New Etiquette Police of the 606 and Bloomingdale Trail

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 4 days ago
The new youth ambassadors are roaming the Bloomingdale Trail trying to improve etiquette.


Wicker Park Group Accuses Alderman of Favoring Businessman in Zoning Change

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 4 days ago
Ald. Moreno argued 4-story project at 1551 N. Milwaukee is "right-sized, architecturally-appropriate."


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