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The iconic 45-year-old mural was painted over earlier this month, sparking neighborhood outrage.

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High-flying lucha libre wrestlers and more than 25 music acts will also rock the three-day fest.   

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Police received an anonymous tip after security footage of the man circulated on social media.

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Closed businesses included Panaderia Nuevo Leon, 5 Rabanitos and Supermercados El Guero. 

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ElevArte's 37th annual Muertos de la Risa will feature large puppets, decorated carts and live music.

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Ald. Danny Solis said affordable housing could be built at the site rezoned for industrial use.

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Parts of 18th and Throop streets will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday to accommodate film crews. 

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The two issues are interconnected, one supporter said on 18th Street Wednesday. [PHOTOS]

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No weekend plans? From festivals to yard sales in Near West Side neighborhoods, we've got you covered. 

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The three-day fest will bring together Pilsen's best chefs to find out whose mole reigns supreme.

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The new store, at 18th Street and Ashland Avenue, will sell phones, devices, accessories and more.   

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Focused on baking with local ingredients, the bakery/espresso bar takes over the old Beurrage space. 

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PMG Development will also build an affordable housing development at an undisclosed location in Pilsen. 

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But the UIC study also found that gentrification has been slower in Pilsen than in other Chicago 'hoods.

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After a two-month closure, the 1870s tavern will soon welcome regulars once again on 18th Street.