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Jefferson Park »

Charlie Chaplin's "The Kid" will show at sundown Friday in Jefferson Memorial Park, 4822 N. Long Ave.

Portage Park »

Northwest Side woodcarver J.R. Cadawas turned a tree into a 10-foot monument to his own dogs.

Humboldt Park »

It opened Friday along with the rest of the city beaches, which was a couple weeks earlier than planned.

Lincoln Square »

Work on the natural area will begin in July; neighbors can learn more at a "play date" June 8.

Downtown »

You can thank a lot of rain for the rising water level in Lake Michigan.

Morgan Park »

The Chicago Cubs are sponsoring the league that plays at five city parks.

Pilsen »

City Council approved funds to study the potential for a park to built at the Pilsen site. 

Edison Park »

Neighbors complained that they'd been left in the dark about the new rink's construction.

Edgebrook »

The report weighed potential threats to the city's trees posed by climate change, and ways to respond.

Lincoln Square »

Construction of the one-acre area is set to start in late May.

Albany Park »

The first phase of a habitat improvement project along the Chicago River is moving forward.

South Loop »

The Park District board approved a price change that would make tickets pricier for suburbanites.

Mt. Greenwood »

A Detroit-based company is piloting a program that aims to improve drainage at the soggy park.

Downtown »

There will be more than 200 free movie showings in 165 city parks this summer. Find the ones near you.

Edison Park »

The rink is pegged for a "late-spring opening" in Brooks Park, 7100 N. Harlem Ave., officials said.