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Holidays in the Neighborhood

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Edgewater & Rogers Park Gifts: You Need It, Far North Side Has Got It

From cats to coffee mugs, the Far North Side has you covered with unique and special gift options.

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About this feature: Need some Christmas gift ideas? Struggling to find eight presents for all eight nights of Hannukah? DNAinfo Chicago’s neighborhood reporters are everywhere, which is why we can deliver the skinny on celebrating the holidays in the city, filling you in on where to go for kid-friendly activities and events in your community, how you can give back locally through volunteerism or donations and the best gifts from the mom and pop shops in your neighborhood.

Wicker Park »

Onesies, phone case, jewelry, boob-inspired ceramics, hats, spices and gift of dancing are among picks.

Uptown »

Gifts include: glögg, celebrity candles, tomtar and perks for your pup.

Bridgeport »

There's no shortage of neighborhood-made gifts between 31st and 35th streets.

Englewood »

The businesses are from Englewood, Chatham and Roseland.

Roscoe Village »

The annual parade, which draws 50,000 bikers, will take place Sunday on Western Avenue.

Lincoln Square »

All that's missing from the weekend's festivities is a partridge in a pear tree.

Edgewater »

We've seen Santa's workshop, but what about his boudoir? 

Jefferson Park »

Community partners will pass out free candy canes, cookies and hot chocolate to evening commuters.

Lakeview »

Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce has a full line-up of holiday cheer.

South Chicago »

The annual event attracts 9 million unique visitors each year, NORAD says.

Lincoln Park »

For the first time, ZooLights will be expanded to extend across the entire zoo.

Hyde Park »

Retailers from Bronzeville to Hyde Park to South Shore are offering special deals Saturday.

Lincoln Park »

Old Town Merchants and Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce touted small businesses worthy of attention.