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First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Clear all day. High: 84 Low: 71.
Here are the best stories in Lake View today:
1. A man was stabbed Saturday morning at Lakeview near the 19th arrondissement police station. The 29-year-old entered the police department of the 800 block from West Addison Street shortly after 3 a.m. yesterday with a stab. He is in critical condition at Illinois Masonic Medical Center. (FOX 32 Chicago)
2. Another North Coast stabbing took place at about the same time in Lincoln Park. A 19 year old DePaul University student was stabbed by two armed robbers near campus, on the 900 West Webster block. No one is in custody for the crime, but the 19-year-old victim is in good condition, police said on Saturday. (CCB)
3. Chicago beaches were closed on Saturday due to dangerous sailing conditions and high waves. City officials urged residents to avoid on the edge of the lake due to the high risk of swimming. (NBC5)
4. The Chicago Police Department announced plans to close several streets “to keep traffic under control in the city center”. Roller closures will be applied on DuSable Lake Shore Drive, Roosevelt Road, Michigan Avenue, Ida B. Wells Drive and Columbus Road. (WGN9)
5. The owner of a Lakeview shuttered pastry shop helps another bakery find new life in Logan Square. Vanilla owner Sophie evanov closed its branches in Lakeview and Hyde Park in 2019, but donated kitchen equipment to Dorothy’s Sweet Shoppe, which will open on September 30. “Nothing is closer to my heart than helping others, and it was just another way to brighten up someone else’s day”, Evanoff noted. (Block the Chicago club)
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- “Rain-hungry” Chicago continues its dry season with just 0.01 inch of precipitation recorded so far this month in O’Hare International Airport. (Paid source: Chicago Tribune)
- Mercure Theater reopens with a production of “Sister Act”. (Belmont Theater District)
- Aattorney Illinois Masonic Medical Center opened a new center for physiotherapy and ambulatory sports health. (Lakeview Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce)
- Two new shows shot in Chicago premiere tomorrow night on network television: “The big jump” to Fox and “Ordinary Joe” to CNB. (TV line)
- Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel Church is now organizing a late-summer picnic on the lawn of the presbytery. (OLMCs)
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