Rogers Park mural

Artists Lea Pinsky (cq) and Dustin Harris (cq), from left, put some finishing touches on the mural they designed. The mural, titled "Connect Origins to Destinations: A Brief History of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501257500" title="Rogers Park" href="/topic/us/illinois/cook-county/chicago/rogers-park-PLGEO100100501257500.topic">Rogers Park</a>," runs along a <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000082" title="Chicago Transit Authority" href="/topic/transportation/public-transportation/chicago-transit-authority-ORGOV000082.topic">CTA</a> wall on Glenwood Avenue between Greenleaf and Estes. It was created with help from about 80 children involved in a summer camp at the Howard Area Community Center.
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( Michael Tercha, Chicago Tribune / August 20, 2009 )

Artists Lea Pinsky (cq) and Dustin Harris (cq), from left, put some finishing touches on the mural they designed. The mural, titled "Connect Origins to Destinations: A Brief History of Rogers Park," runs along a CTA wall on Glenwood Avenue between Greenleaf and Estes. It was created with help from about 80 children involved in a summer camp at the Howard Area Community Center.

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