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    • Theaster Gates to Head $1.3 Million Public Art Project for 95th Red Station (CBS)
    • City: Divvy Bikes Have Already Been Pedaled 85,000 Miles (ABC)
    • Mike Madigan is Drawn Into Metra Severance Pay Controversy (Tribune)
    • 9-Day Brown Line Kimball Station Shutdown Starts Tomorrow (Sun-Times)
    • Man Charged With DUI After 100 MPH Naperville Crash (Sun-Times)
    • The Bike Clinic is One of the Few Stores in Chicago's "Bike Shop Desert" (Tribune)
    • Dowell Leads a Bike Tour of Bronzeville Tomorrow (DNA)
    • Metropolitan Planning Council Contest Seeks to Activate Union Station (DNA)
    • Tour de Fat Returns to Palmer Square This Saturday (DNA)
    • Handlebar Video Documents Cycling Hazards (ABC)

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