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Universal Sole
Universal Sole Visit
3052 N. Lincoln
Chicago 60657
773-868-0893

The soul of running in Chicago


pINK

3338 N. Southport
Chicago 60657
773-755-7488




Borders
Borders Visit
2817 N Clark St
Chicago 60657
773-935-3909

This international megabookstore has an impressive selection of books, music, DVDs, periodicals and gifts. Sip Seattle’s Best coffee or uber-sweet chai tea in a Borders cafe, chill out in a comfy chair or test-drive a CD in one of the many listening stations. Be prepared: You may leave with more than a book, as Borders prides itself on providing an environment that "nourishes relationships and encourages connection."


Belmont Antique Mall

2132 W. Belmont
Chicago 60613
773-549-9270




Bookworks
Bookworks Visit
3444 N. Clark
Chicago 60657
773-871-5318

Books aren’t the only used bargains you can get at Bookworks: The store also sells used (and sometimes rare) records, CDs, cassette tapes, vintage photographs and more. New books are also for sale. First opened in 1984 near Wrigley Field, the shop soon relocated to the larger storefront at its current Clark Street address. The extra space allowed it to expand its first-edition, fine bindings and hard-to-locate offerings, as well as its selection of current titles.
Like many bookstores, Bookworks’ goal is to offer the most affordable prices for books and recordings; but it also strives to be ground zero for beat poet fans, trying to keep every print title of certain popular beat poets such as Jack Kerouac in stock (and on sale for 10 percent off list prices).

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Kozy’s Cyclery & Fitness
Kozy’s Cyclery & Fitness Visit
3712 N. Halsted St
Chicago 60613
773-528-2700




Nabo’s
Nabo’s Visit
3351 N. Broadway St
Chicago
773-248-5000

Want a healthy bite? Nabo’s open kitchen area lets diners watch as fresh toppings are piled on sandwiches and salads. Fulfill your vegetable intake for the day with one of four salad options, including the "salad on salad," a layering of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, mushrooms and red onions, topped with choice of chicken or tuna salad. Or squeeze in those vitamins with fresh squeezed juice in your choice of carrot, celery, cucumber, orange and apple (or any combination of three) or with a yogurt or fruit juice smoothie.


Gallimaufry Gallery

3345 N. Halsted
Chicago 60657
312-348-8090

American and world antiques.


3600 Commissary

3600 N Lake Shore Dr
Chicago 60613
773-327-5102

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Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course
Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course Visit
3600 N. Recreation Drive
Chicage
312-742-7930

Sydney R. Marovitz ranks among the most challenging of the
Chicago Park District courses with its tight greens, numerous bunkers and championship length. After teeing off on the first holerunning parallel to Lake Michigan, you immediately realize that this3,240 yard, par 36 course is a real treat. Marovitz is a definite stop
on your Chicago golf tour.











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October 19th, 2019

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