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CAPS Meeting For Beat 1912 Is Tuesday At Sulzer Library

The CAPS meeting for Beat 1912 is tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16th, at 7pm. It takes place at the Sulzer Library, 4455 N Lincoln. The beat's boundaries are Lawrence, Clark, Irving Park, and Damen, which puts it just west of our coverage...Show More Summary

Friend With Dirt Under Nails Arrested in Student's Death

Police believe the 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student found dead in a California park knew his killer. Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach was arrested Friday in the death of college sophomore Blaze Bernstein; the AP reports the two were friends who had gone to high school together. Per...

Lincoln Park Zoo hosts second International Wildlife Reintroduction Conference

(Lincoln Park Zoo) Lincoln Park Zoo in partnership with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's (IUCN) Reintroduction Specialist Group (RSG) will host the 2nd International Wildlife Reintroduction Conference from Nov. Show More Summary

Spring turkey permits available Jan. 8

LINCOLN, Neb. – Spring turkey hunting permits for 2018 will be available from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission beginning Jan. 8. Nebraska offers the best turkey hunting opportunities in the entire country. Nebraska offers birds in every county of the state, including the highly-sought-after Merriam’s in some areas. Show More Summary

Slanting the News

Channel 7 is already "shaping" the narrative, probably for Rahm's campaign or something. Check out this headline: 2 dead, 24 wounded in Chicago shootings over New Year's weekend That leaves out the dead woman in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. Show More Summary

Glazed and Infused doughnuts closing all shops

Glazed and Infused doughnuts will close all five shops permanently. One one location in River North remains open today until 6 p.m., closing on December 31. The West Loop flagship and main kitchen on Fulton Market, Lincoln Park, Streeterville and Loop locations are now closed to the public. Eater...

Groups in Lincoln want to create tallgrass corridor

A 10-mile trail between Pioneers Park and Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center could connect some of the area's last remnants of tallgrass prairie, once home to bison and antelope but … Click to Continue »

Watch: This Chicago Deep-Dish Pizza is a Crispy, Cheesy, Tangy Stunner

‘Open Road’ travels to Pequod’s in Lincoln Park Chicago’s restaurants put forth a literal universe of cuisines — but inevitably when talking about the city’s native foods, the subject will turn to deep-dish pizza. Local food writersShow More Summary

Prescribed burn training workshops scheduled

LINCOLN, Neb. – Pheasants Forever and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will host prescribed burn training workshops across the state early in the new year. These workshops will provide guidance and instruction for completing safe and effective prescribed fires. Show More Summary

Multispecies lottery permit applications accepted beginning Jan. 2

LINCOLN, Neb. – Applications for multispecies Super Tag and Combo lottery permits will be accepted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission beginning Jan. 2. The Super Tag lottery permit will be valid for one elk of either sex, oneShow More Summary

Holiday movie characters come to life for 12 Nights of Christmas pop-up bar at REPLAY Lincoln Park

Pop-up bars continue to pop off, so, of course, there are plenty of holiday editions throughout the city. To celebrate the Christmas season, REPLAY Lincoln Park — the bar that transformed into Moe’s Tavern for Halloween — is hosting a 12 Nights of Christmas pop-up, a reference to the carol about...

Outdoor Education Center offers recreation, time to bond with family

LINCOLN, Neb. – Families looking for ways to have fun and spend time together can find what they are looking for at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center. Located at 44th and Superior streets in Lincoln, the state-of-the-art archery and firearm range offers a safe and comfortable environment for recreation and family fun. Show More Summary

The Lakefront Restaurant at Theater on the Lake open today

Take in skyline views while enjoying Midwestern fare at The Lakefront Restaurant at the Theater on the Lake, which opens today. The much-anticipated waterfront building in Lincoln Park was built in 1920, but has recently undergone a $7 million restoration and redevelopment project. Helmed by executive...

Election Tuesday will decide if Wendy Carrillo or Luis López becomes next state Assembly member

Residents of Echo Park, Silver Lake, Chinatown, Lincoln Heights and City Terrace will have a new Assemblymember after Tuesday’s special election: Wendy Carrillo or Luis López. The two Democrats emerged from 13 candidates who sought to replace Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez in the October special election....

Compass expands to Chicago with 20-agent-strong Lincoln Park office

Buttressed by 20 agents poached from Coldwell Banker and Berkshire Hathaway, including an entire top team from the area...

Compass expands to Chicago with 20-agent-strong Lincoln Park office

Compass, the rapidly growing real estate technology company, announced on Tuesday the opening of the first of three brick-and-mortar Chicago locations, an initial step in an aggressive plan to expand into 10 new markets by 2020. Buttressed by 20 agents...

Tap tracker: Winter seasonal tappings from Goose Island, Half Acre and Founders

Heavy-hitters Goose Island, Half Acre and Michigan’s Founders will all be tapping their seasonal winter stouts in the city soon, and you can sip under the lights at Lincoln Park Zoo. Bourbon County Stout 5 Year Vertical Tapping at Beer Temple 3173 N. Elston Ave., 773-754-0907 Noon Saturday, Dec....

Long-term logging study demonstrates impacts on chimpanzees and gorillas in Republic of Congo

Research has shown human disturbance can have detrimental effects on great ape populations but now, due to a study published in Biological Conservation on Nov. 27 by Lincoln Park Zoo, there is evidence showing how selective logging impacts chimpanzees and gorilla populations differently by utilizing data collected before, during and after timber extraction.

Chicago date idea: Lincoln Park Zoo Lights then pizza

Rather than putting a ton of effort into an outing and then only hitting one spot, why not extend the adventure? This week, we’re pairing the Lincoln Park Zoo Lights festival with pizza at Bricks Chicago. Main attraction: Lincoln Park Zoo 2001 N. Clark St. 312-742-2000 How much: Free Once the clock...

Hunters reminded to gain permission on private property

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds hunters they must first gain permission before hunting on private property. GPS mapping applications are a popular tool with many hunters. These apps may show some properties as public lands, such as the School Trust Lands held by the State of Nebraska. Show More Summary

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