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8:35 AM CDT on June 27, 2014

    • 43rd Street Pedestrian Bridge To Lakefront Will Finally Be Rebuilt (DNA)
    • Pride Parade Means More Frequent Trains, Detoured Bus Routes On Sunday (WLS-TV)
    • Civil Suit Filed Against Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Bicyclist Su Ai Xie (RedEye)
    • New, More Visible Traffic Lights Turned On At Milwaukee-Wood-Wolcott (DNA)
    • Memorial To Daniel Burnham To Focus On Virtual Interpretive Trail (Tribune)
    • Mary Schmich: Lucas Museum Better Than "Field Of Battered Black Pavement" (Tribune)
    • ...While McCarron Grumbles About Efficient Use Of Street Space, Old Railroads (Tribune)
    • Book, Tours Highlight Curiosities Of Loop's Pedway Network (Chicago Mag)
    • New Clark Park Rowing Boathouse Boasts Rain-Friendly Bike Racks (Ding Ding Let's Ride )

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