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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 »

Founded in 1913, the grand 1,200-seat theater was demolished in 1968 during the Blue Line extension.

Lincoln Square »

A stand of trees outside Sulzer Library is sporting the latest looks in arboreal knitwear.

Lincoln Park »

Walking tours exploring park's past in the decades before Great Chicago Fire return Wednesday.

Lakeview »

Sheffield's and Beermiscuous have brewed up some great takes on Chicago's beer scene.

Downtown »

Penguin drama, a deal on doughnuts and a new beer garden? Chicago's got it all.

Wicker Park »

DNAinfo reporter Alisa Hauser is excited to get the news. The dog? Not impressed.

Lincoln Square »

Common wildlife like skunks and raccoons are exotic zoo animals in places like the Netherlands.

Wicker Park »

"Pinch and swirl for about 15 seconds?" DNAinfo reporter Alisa Hauser opted for help.

Wicker Park »

For DNAinfo Wicker Park reporter Alisa Hauser, the question is a matter of curiosity — and health.

Austin »

You don't want to miss this (and no danger to your eyes, either!)

Lincoln Square »

Common household items can be used to make pinhole projectors. And keep your back to the sun!