Carly at the Triangle, 14th District and FBI catch bank robber, Shooting on Ashland, Cops caught soliciting, Park Council says "NO" to fest, 5 orgs demand fest financial transparency and more!

Tuesdays at the Triangle June 3: Carly is back with her hoops and Free Street Theatre debuts

One of the most popular 2013 Tuesdays at the Triangle events was Carly and her hoops. She returns to the Polish Triangle this Tuesday, June 3, at 6 p.m. while the Free Street Theatre debuts at 8 p.m.

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FBI files complaint against Angel Ramos in the robbery at Logan Square's Liberty Bank

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has filed a criminal complaint against Angel Ramos in connection with the bank robbery at Liberty Bank, 2394 N. Milwaukee Ave. at approximately 1:55 p.m. on May 29.

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Shooting on North Ashland in Wicker Park

At 4:08 a.m., Friday, May 30, a 20-year-old man was shot in the 1400 block of North Ashland Ave.

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12th and 14th District cops caught soliciting...for Special Olympics

Cops from the 12th and 14th Districts of the Chicago Police Department (CPD) were caught soliciting from on top of buildings and a paddy wagon as well as in the middle of streets on Friday morning along Madison and Fullerton Avenues.

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Wicker Park Advisory Council says "NO" to for-profit Green Music Fest

After two years of broken promises about the Green Music Fest (GMF) from Robert Gomez, owner of Subterranean and spokesperson for GMF, and 1st Ward Alderman Proco "Joe" Moreno, the Wicker Park Advisory Council (WPAC) has written a rejection letter in response to a proposal from Gomez dated May 15 regarding the 2014 event.

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Too much diversion and obfuscation: show us the festival books demand 5 community groups

Too much "diversion and obfuscation" from chambers when asked about the financials for the over abundant street festivals from Grand Avenue to Fullerton Street between Western and Ashland Avenues, have led to 5 community groups banding together to demand answers as they look to protect members of their respective communities and the public way.

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