Dekalb Market is the lovechild of community developer Urban Space and cultural mavens Jennifer Louise Lyon and Joann Kim-Nunez. It is an ambitious effort that includes a farm and a cooperative food effort. (I've always wanted to join one.) It is in a village of empty storage containers that includes a variety of retailers, art galleries and studios, and various open plazas. They have cutout panels where some (more on that later) install air-conditioners. During the day it has a family vibe with a curious tourist crowd mixed in, music, lots of food (not all so appetizing), but a super cool scene that you need to run not walk to—because the whole thing is being shut down on September 30 for good, so owner Century 21 can put up an ING building.