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    • Some 30,000 protesters took over the streets in Union Park Black Lives Matter march (Sun-Times)
    • Hundreds of cyclists reportedly rode on closed Lake Shore Drive
    • After protest-related looting decreased, Lightfoot lifted 9 PM citywide curfew (Sun-Times)
    • CTA services was restored yesterday and Loop bridges were lowered (CBS)
    • Metra has returned to alternate weekday schedules this week
    • Restriction on Pace paratransit service to downtown Chicago has ended
    • Divvy bike-share is back to normal 24/7 operation
    • Man charged with reckless homicide, DUI in Naperville head-on crash (NBC)
    • Lakefront parks west of Lake Shore Drive reopened today (Block Club)
    • Lightfoot hopes to reopen lakefront "very soon" — with restrictions (Sun-Times)
    • Arlington Heights road diet makes room for socially-distanced dining (Tribune)
    • John discussed Slow Streets, cafe streets, why Lightfoot should reopen the lakefront on WGN

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