Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Jenny Doan will have to wait up to 16 weeks to learn whether Guinness will accept her 100-hour hula hooping marathon attempt.
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The Holiday Adopt-a-Thon starts Friday and ends Sunday.
The attack happened Tuesday evening in the 400 block of North Carpenter Street.
West Bucktown resident Alex Damisch is now settling back into her routine, which includes weekly trivia at Logan Square's Navigator Taproom.
Kenneth Clair, an owner of The Lyons Den, said the hookah lounge will open next year.
The most recent robbery happened in the 2700 block of West Thomas Street Nov. 23, police said.
This Saturday, shoppers will have access to special deals, as well as a three-hour-long guided "Jolly Trolley" tour of participating stores.
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There have been 14,860 marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples in Cook County since 2013.
The market will run on the first Saturday of each month December-April.
The bus lane program is about to get a lot bigger as Mayor Lori Lightfoot quadrupled the program's budget to $20 million.