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According to the Bucktown Community Organization, remains of the “good old days” of this Chicago neighborhood can still be found in Bucktown, “cobblestone alleys; streetcar tracks peeking through potholes, a water pump in a yard near Leavitt and McLean, old street numbers in stained glass on Oakley, privy rooms under vaulted sidewalks, and, of course, the beautiful, sturdy century-old buildings.” Clearly, Bucktown’s history is grand, but it is future is just as promising. Small neighborhood bars are found on every corner, and both North and Damen Avenues boast smoky late-night clubs and stylish bars, shops, and restaurants. Bucktown has no shortage of culture—“Gallery Point,” is the area’s central art colony, (bounded by Milwaukee, Damen, Wabansia and North Avenues), and the "Bucktown Arts Fest," continues to attract 30,000 plus art lovers to the area every August, a beloved Bucktown tradition for well over 20 years.

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