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Today’s Headlines for Friday,

9:00 AM CDT on March 27, 2020

    • Schmich and Kamin applaud the closure of the lakefront, riverwalk, and 606 (Tribune)
    • Former Anti-bike columnist Mark Konkol blames "Lakefront Liberals" for closure (Patch)
    • SBC's Courtney Cobbs discusses the need to open up streets for socially-distanced recreation (WTTW)
    • The North Branch Trail is still open (for the moment) (The Chainlink)
    • Transit union says social distancing is impossible on crowded South Side buses (CBS)
    • Police release images of suspects in shots fired incident on Red Line at 79th (ABC)
    • GoFundMe launched for West Town Bikes youth education center, struggling during pandemic

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