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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, July 20

    • WTTW's 2021 summer festival guide lists dozens of outdoor events
    • City approves $60 million to build streets and infra for redevelopment of Michael Reese site (Sun-Times)
    • A 36-year-old woman was stabbed early this morning on a Blue Line train (CBS 2)
    • Judge orders CTA bus driver who shot himself while on duty to be released (Tribune)
    • Downtown Mundelein transformed for day of bike races (Daily Herald)
    • Lincoln Square residents continue to push for Winnemac Park dog park (Block Club)
    • Hops for Hope 5K to raise money for Project Mobility's adaptive bikes (Daily Herald)
    • Conde Nast Traveler explains why Amtrak's business class is worth the splurge
    • Chicago Tribune photographer Brian Cassella shares street shots of Tokyo in lead up to Olympics

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