Wicker Park is a small park situated in west Chicago, a district that is currently becoming a very fashionable area of the city. This neighborhood was originally inhabited by the Central European immigrant middle class and today it is a multicultural neighborhood that young people have made into a bohemian area. At first glance, Wicker Park isn't anything extraordinary. Large expanses of two or three floor buildings from the early to mid-twentieth centuries accommodate small family businesses and seems a bit like parts of Brooklyn, NYC. After looking past the seemingly griminess, however, you realize there is something here that is nowhere else in the city, at least on such a large scale.