Downtown »

This week saw Chicagoans doing good deeds and beautiful spring attractions opening up in the city.

Wicker Park »

School of Rock's opening, Record Store Day, Earth Day cleanups, new sushi spot and a big estate sale.

Morgan Park »

The shop will open at 8 a.m. Saturday for Record Store Day — an annual celebration of vinyl.

Jefferson Park »

Part of the city's "K9s for Cops" program, the statue is decorated with images unique to the district.

Lincoln Park »

It's the last true record store standing in Lincoln Park proper.

Downtown »

After a long overhaul, the screens showing the faces of ordinary Chicagoans will be lit up again.

University Village »

Organizers hope to bring the fest dedicated to Reggae lovers back to Addams/Medill Park in 2018. 

Logan Square »

Three people were killed and 18 people were injured in the collapse, which occurred on Sept. 17, 1909.

Hyde Park »

There will be a free camp in Hyde Park and free tours of three homes designed by Wright.

Pilsen »

WTTW's "My Neighborhood: Pilsen" tackles the culture and community-led activism that makes Pilsen great.

Washington Park »

The university is also trying to get a long-term lease on the city's oldest CTA station.

Bridgeport »

Author Dominic Pacyga will present his book about the Union Stock Yards from 7-10 p.m. Friday.

Edgewater »

The winners created Care For Real's Pack the Car program, Free Little Libraries and Quest Theatre.

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