Fix It Friday: Bring your broken stuff to this Bridgeport maker space

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MAKE! Chicago moved to Bridgeport after spending the last year in Pilsen, according to Joseph Budka, the project's 33-year-old founder. (Ed Komenda / DNAinfo)

BRIDGEPORT — If you’ve got a broken lamp, some busted furniture or a treasured toy that needs some love, MAKE! Chicago is here to help.

Starting Friday, the community “maker space” — a place where people interested in woodworking and metal fabrication can take classes and work on personal projects — will host its first “Fix It Friday.”

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