Lincoln Park »

Shipping Container Pin-Hole Camera Rolling into Lincoln Park

The mobile camera will be parked outside the DePaul Art Museum Tuesday.

Lincoln Park »

Rahm Celebrates Blue Cart Anniversary With New Recycling Deal

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a new partnership with the nonprofit Carton Council.

McKinley Park »

Who's Renting Scary Movies? South Siders More Than North Siders: Redbox

Horror films are most popular in McKinley Park and Bridgeport, according to the video rental company.

River North »

Chicago Challenge Cup Features 31 Startups Vying for Cash Prizes

Ideas to improve the education, health, energy and city planning industries will be presented at 1871.

Lincoln Square »

Daily Urbanista Website Hopes to Showcase City at Its Best

Gold Coast, Lakeview and Lincoln Square residents team up to create a site focusing on urban life.

Near West Side »

Bulls Are City's Most-Liked Team, at Least According to Facebook

INTERACTIVE MAP: Facebook likes show how Chicagoans across the city support the five big sports teams.

Lakeview »

Robot-Themed Date Night Invites Couples To Break Out of Comfort Zone

Robots serve popcorn and drinks to couples during the weekly BYOB event at Robot City Workshop.

Chicago »

8 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

You might've missed these stories the first time. We'll make sure you don't miss them again.

The Loop »

DePaul's 'Play for Change' Games Tackle Bullying, Mental Illness

Can computer games change the world? DePaul students work to make it happen.

McKinley Park »

ComEd Training Center Headed to 35th Street

The power giant's job training center is part of a larger redevelopment of the area.

River North »

How Often Does Sewage Flow Into the Chicago River? 61 Days and Counting

A website tracks when sewage is dumped in the river. It will only increase with the fall rains.

Chicago »

8 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

In case you were too busy this week, here are some neighborhood stories you should definitely read.

Old Town »

3D Printers, Minecraft and Coding for Kindergartners at Old Town School

The Catherine Cook School in Old Town's 25,000-square-foot expansion features a high-tech IDEA Lab.

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