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The Block Club is DNAinfo Chicago's blog. It's a place for fun things we see on the internet — or in the neighborhoods. Feel free to loiter.

Logan Square »

The old building, 2535 W. Armitage Ave., used to house streetcars until the 1950s.

Rogers Park »

Though "pork chop island" sounds like a magical, delicious place, it's actually a traffic term.

Downtown »

Sour Patch Kids have become hugely popular in Illinois this holiday.

Downtown »

The new QB has folks optimistic: Here's why. 

Downtown »

The global financial services company is getting into the Cubs spirit.

Albany Park »

The stormwater diversion tunnel runs 150 feet below Foster Avenue.

Downtown »

Morgan Park's got Frankenstein pumpkins, there's a wacky new art installation in Wicker Park and more.

Downtown »

The leaves already have started to change color — and the warm weather could help make them prettier.

Austin »

Skip Haynes was a member of the band Alliota Haynes Jeremiah.

Roscoe Village »

With an $850,000 budget, a North Side couple's search is chronicled by HGTV.

Wicker Park »

A passerby said she initially thought the puffy handmade objects on the tree could be human entrails.

Avalon Park »

The actor recalled visiting the neighborhood as a child and getting into fights arranged by his cousins.

West Loop »

Creators of the vegan burger are hoping if it "bleeds," it leads.