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    • Moreno Proposes City's 1st Affordable, LGBT-Friendly TOD for Logan Square (Curbed)
    • Meanwhile Somos Logan Square Targets Moreno in a Protest Over Affordability
    • Active Trans Director Ron Burke Reflects on the Meaning of the Ride of Silence
    • Council OKs Emanuel's Plan to Use Density Fees to Fund Neighborhood Projects (Curbed)
    • 100 Lucas Museum Supporters Protest Outside Friends of the Parks Office (Tribune)
    • New Service Offers Car Rentals for as Little as $8 an Hour (DNA)
    • CTA Train Evacuated After Truck Got Caught in Wiring Under Tracks (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago Ranked 6th Best U.S.Bike City -- Kudos for Getting # of PBLs Right (Active)
    • 2 Local Guys Are Biking to LA to Raise Money for World Bicycle Relief (RedEye)
    • An 'L' of a Cocktail Menu: Check Out These Drinks Inspired by the CTA (Chicagoist)

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Streetsblog Chicago is currently in the thick of raising funds for our next year of publication. Once again, The Chicago Community Trust, a charitable foundation that was one of the early funders of SBC, has very generously offered us a challenge grant. If Streetsblog reaches $50K in donations and sponsorships by the end of May, the Trust will provide the last $25K needed to keep the site running into 2017 and beyond.

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