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“A true community is not just about being geographically close to someone or part of the same social web network, it’s about feeling connected and responsible for what happens. Humanity is our ultimate community, and everyone plays a crucial role.”



A calm Refuge in a busy neighborhood, Wurstbar’sdécor spares no expense in creating a cozy, rustic dining experience with vintage decor from old butcher shops, a large marble countertop and both small and communal tables. 

Wurstbar is known for it’s fine sausages and wide range of ciders and beers.

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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park, built in 1905, was part of the “City Beautiful” national parks movement aimed at revitalizing industrialized communities and providing residents with public space for recreational activities. Designed by Daniel W. Langton and Charles N. Lowrie, both founding members of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the park now consists of 21 tennis courts, 7 baseball fields, a cricket pitch, 5 basketball courts, 3 playgrounds, 2 football fields and a running track. The Lincoln Park Fountain, a 365-ton stone sculpture and the centerpiece to the park, was designed by Pierre J. Cheron in 1911. Originally costing $6,500 to build, this majestic fountain just underwent a recent $7.2 million dollar renovation. 

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