Park District Sused + Exposing Loyola Students + Hit-And-Run
Hello, neighbors! You can tell that yesterday was Friday, since I forgot to let you know that you would have Patch’s Saturday newsletter also. I’ll come in bright and soon everyone Saturday morning to let you know what’s going on and make sure you have something to do today. That being said, let’s get into the best stories.
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First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Don’t say Chicago never gave you anything. It will be clear throughout the day with a Top of 78 and Low by 67.
Here are today’s best Chicago stories:
- Liam Hendriks became the fifth Chicago White Sox lifter to register over 100 strikeouts in one season. Hendriks is the first player to achieve the record in more than 20 years since Keith Foulke in 1999. (Instagram)
- The Chicago Architecture Center launched a colorful new youth center in the area on the south side of Pocket city. The Gary Comer Youth Center is a tribute to the founder of The end of lands clothes, who was born and raised on the south side of Chicago. (Instagram)
- With the recent closing from the last of Illinois Sears, Chicago Magazine found the numbers behind the famous store “ready-to-assemble” kits. It turns out that Illinois was second only in Ohio for the purchase of the kits. Experts believe this may be because the kits are affordable for many immigrant families. (Instagram)
- The Migration of the monarch has begun. The horde of orange and black butterflies will make their way to Mexico as the air in the Midwest begins to cool. Lincoln Park Zoo will have a live chronicle of their 3,000 miles journey. (Facebook)
- Chicago Public Libraries want to remind readers that they’re plugged into the lingo. With Riot party this weekend, staff took to social media to remind residents they can access free music and social justice readings. (Facebook)
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