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Two lawsuits re Mosky Wicker Park project: Moreno's last minute slight-of hand-in City Council

Date: 
08/21/2019
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Robert Mosky, RDM Development, received a "go" on the Wicker Park apartment project, 1624-28 W. Division, as a result of one of former 1st Ward Alderman Proco "Joe" Moreno's actions during his last day as alderman in Chicago's City Council this last February. 

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Opening for WPB End of Summer Sale: Reckless Records new Bargain Basement

Date: 
08/20/2019
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Treasures from yesterday and yesteryear can be added to your music collection from Reckless Records, 1379 N. Milwaukee Ave., new Bargain Basement, opening during Wicker Park Bucktown’s (WPB) annual End of Summer Sale Aug. 24 and 25. Posters, vintage and new, are also making their debut this weekend.

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Fellowships

Fall hiring for National RespectAbility Leadership Program

Date: 
08/18/2019
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Talented people with disabilities and without who have an interest in public service, running for office, advocating on Capitol Hill, working at a non-profit, or working in Hollywood or media are who RespectAbility is offering a minimum nine-week fellowship, with a start date of Sept. 4. 

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Missing Person

Missing Person: Everardo Marquez-Garcia

Date: 
08/18/2019
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This 42-year-old man, Everardo Marquez-Garcia is missing and maybe in need of medical attention. 

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Service to schools honored

David Ramos honored by Chicago City Council for service to local school councils

Date: 
08/17/2019
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David Ramos, President of the Smith Park Advisory Council and a member of the Polish Triangle Coalition, was honored by Chicago's City Council for 23 years of service on the Local School Councils for Ogden International School of Chicago and Lincoln Park High School as well as the Local School Council Advisory Board, LSCAB representing Network 6. 

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Transportation

Blue Line service changes Aug. 19 through 22

Date: 
08/17/2019
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According to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) construction on the I-20 Expressway may cause Blue Line delays between August 19 and 22. 

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Your New Blue: one Chicago Station entrance temporarily closed

Date: 
08/17/2019
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The Chicago Blue Line station's southwest corner stairway at Chicago and Milwaukee Avenues, will be closed through Sept. 23 or work completion, according to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). 

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Contests

Win $100 and bragging rights from CUB

Date: 
08/16/2019
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A $100 will be the  prize for the Citizens Utility Board's (CUB) 35th Anniversary Photo Challenge, along with bragging rights! 

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Arts

Weekend Arts Guide from the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce ... August 15 thru 18

Date: 
08/15/2019
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This weekend is looking like a beautiful one with plenty of continuing exhibitions and a handful of of new shows opening. Check out some of the neighborhood happening and events that are occurring concurrently as well!

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Museums

Warsaw Uprising: We won says "Behold a day of Blood and Honor" film maker

Date: 
08/08/2019
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"We won," said film maker Paul Grajnert about the Warsaw Uprising against German occupation forces in Poland, as the 75th Anniversary was being celebrated in the Polish Museum of American (PMA), 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. 

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Event News

Iconic images featured in new ART ON theMart installation

Date: 
08/02/2019
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In collaboration with the Art Institute of Chicago, Art on theMART is displaying four iconic pieces of art every night until Sept. 21, via the largest permanent digital art projection along the Chicago Riverwalk between Orleans and Wells St. 

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