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Portage Park »

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Returns to Wilson Park This Weekend

Events will take place at Far Northwest Side parks this month, officials said.

Englewood »

Englewood Pastor Hosting 8th Annual Basketball Peace Tournament

Eight gangs will call a truce and play in the tournament in August.

Lincoln Park »

New Park on Lakefront Path Will Separate Bicyclists and Runners on Trail

The new path will split bicyclists and runners at Fullerton Avenue and LSD, but only for 600 feet.

Near West Side »

Blackhawks to Build New Practice Center on Site of Malcolm X College

"They put the puck in the goal this time," said Ald. Walter Burnett Jr.

Downtown »

Lollapalooza Cell Service Might Not Suck This Year (If You Have AT&T)

The wireless provider is rolling out a big antenna that can handle 19 million pictures on social media. 

Downtown »

Field Museum Wants To Remove, Replace Trees, But Grant Park Group Not Happy

The museum wants to take out huge linden trees and plant more "native" landscaping.

South Loop »

Ex-Bear 'Peanut' Tillman Sports 'The Sandlot' T-Shirt: 'He Likes Squints'

Tillman wore the shirt featuring the movie's Michael "Squints" Palledorous to Panthers training camp.

Rogers Park »

Without Toilets at Park, Nearby Lot Becomes Poopy Nightmare For Neighbors

A recent incident involves a woman caught peeing in the lot asserting, "B–--- I pee where I want."

The Loop »

How Lollapalooza Will Screw Up Your Weekend (If You Don't Have Tickets)

Here are the ways the Grant Park music festival will impact your weekend. 

Lincoln Square »

Anthony Bourdain Hits Lincoln Square Jiu Jitsu Academy, Talks Chicago

The award-winning author and TV host got his exercise Wednesday morning at Team Redzovic jiu jitsu.

Downtown »

Drones Face Airport Ban, Insurance Requirements, 12-Hour Curfew

Under the ban, drones also would be limited to flying no more than 400 feet off the ground.

Downtown »

Chicago Ale Fest Eyes Return to Buckingham Fountain

The inaugural festival brought 100 craft brewers Downtown. 

Armour Square »

Chicago Police, Firemen to Face Off in Charity Baseball Game Tonight

Tickets are $5 each if you buy them online or $10 at the door.

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