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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 5

    • Two longtime bike advocates are selling slender, garage-less house with bicycle foyer (Crain's)
    • West Loop's Madison streetscape is getting a $2.9 million facelift (Block Club)
    • Man charged with attacking CTA employee while riding the bus (Fox 32)
    • Western Springs village and county officials recognize completion of new bike path connection to Bemis Woods (Tribune)
    • Forest Park pleads for more help as overdoses on CTA trains continue (ABC 7)
    • Forest Park mayor wants money from county, state leaders for emergencies from CTA Blue Line stop (CBS 2)
    • Looking to trick-or-treat? Here's a full guide to "Halloweek" spots (Block Club)
    • Editor of revamped Chicago Architecture Guide leading Hyde Park walking tour (Block Club)
    • Conde Nast Traveler profile: Why the magic of Chicago endures
    • A brewpub and coffee roaster that hires homeless veterans is coming to Pullman (Eater)
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