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Over 150,000 Cars Signed Up for Uber, Lyft and Sidecar in Chicago

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 7 months 4 days ago
That's nearly 12 times the number of people who can legally drive a cab in Chicago, data shows.


A Cyclist's Revenge: City Cracking Down on Cars in Bike Lanes, Data Shows

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 5 months 1 week ago
MAP: The number of tickets for parking in bike lanes has more than doubled since 2011.


3 Things to Do in Wicker Park on Thursday Night

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
"Beetlejuice" in the park, prom at 'Saved by the Max' and a whiskey tasting at Fresh Thyme.


2 Men Shot in West Town in 'Beef Between Neighbors': Witness

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
Around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, one man was shot in his arm, while the other suffered a shoulder wound.


Veggie Bingo Summer Season Starts Wednesday at The Hideout

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
Prizes were donated by Spinning J Bakery, Dusty Groove, Big Shoulders Coffee and more.


Best-Selling Chicago Artist Is Also A CPS Special Ed Teacher

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
Darren Thompson sells 5-10 paintings a week from his Ravenswood home while teaching in the South Loop.


Profiles Theatre Closes After Published Reports Alleging Abuse

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
The theater announced it would close after 28 years to "further the healing process."


Major Streets In The Loop Shut Down After Gas Leak Wednesday

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
Authorities blocked off the Loop from Lake to Adams, and from Michigan to Dearborn.


Artist Behind Hawks Mural In Old Main Post Office Building Wants It Saved

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
Chris Toepfer said now that the building has sold, he wants to make sure mural isn't "thrown in a dump."


Alleys Transformed Into Main Streets — Could It Happen?

DNAinfo.com Wicker Park & Bucktown - 1 week 2 days ago
A pair of Chicago architects think the alley is ripe for transformation.


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