Today’s Headlines

  • The Bloomingdale Has Been Renamed “The 666.” Sorry, That’s “The 606” (Tribune)
  • One Month Into the Red Line Rehab, How’s It Going? (RedEye)
  • Labor and Community Groups Want Rail Car Bidders to Provide Jobs Plans (RedEye)
  • IDOT Wants Input on State Bike Plan. One Suggestion: Stop Blocking Protected Lanes
  • Remembering Hit-and-Run Victim Carissa Hinz (DNA)
  • Semi Crash Delays Traffic on Bishop Ford (Tribune)
  • Rapper Chief Keef Pleads Guilty to Driving 110 on the Edens (Sun-Times)
  • Women Bike Chicago Holds Talk on Biking Again After a Crash (Chicargobike)
  • Biking in Indy Rocks (LGRAB)
  • Critique: Bike Parking at Mariano’s on Halsted (Ding Ding)
  • Video: One Last Ride on the Red Line Before the Shutdown (Tattler)

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  • Fred

    From here on forward, I’m calling it “The 606ingdale”… at least until next month when it is re-branded as something else.

    Also, why is Kieth Cozart famous? If I give myself a cute nickname and carry a gun in the street can I be famous too?

  • He’s famous because he’s a popular rapper. Unless you possess his rapping and marketing skills, which are remarkable for a 17-year-old, I’m afraid not.