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Wrigleyville

Wrigleyville
The Lakeview, Lakeview East and Wrigleyville neighborhoods comprise the most densely populated area in the city: About 95,000 people live in an area encompassing just over three miles. Read more about the Lakeview area of Chicago.
The Lakeview, Lakeview East and Wrigleyville neighborhoods comprise the most densely populated area in the city: About 95,000 people live in an area encompassing just over three miles. Read more about the Lakeview area of Chicago. « Show less

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  • Obama snubs inside Beltway media elites

     
    by Clarence Page Chalk up yet another "first' for President Barack Obama. Obama is scheduled to skip the spring Gridiron Club dinner, a politically-loaded highlight of Washington's social season. And the snubbed club -- of which I am a member...
  • Chicago pols hail retiring priest

     
    A slew of high-ranking Democratic office holders showed up at St. Andrew Catholic Church on Chicago's North Side over the weekend to wish a happy retirement to the Rev. Jack Farry, a local priest known for his involvement in civil rights and other...

    'Living' plays like character-driven indie film

    'Living' plays like character-driven indie film
    If your moviegoing tastes lean toward the modestly budgeted independent film, especially those small, sad stories about underachievers and their prosaic-but-tough lives, often signaled by a setting in a cold, second-tier city, or by the casting of the...

    Sex, work and other troubles of 20-somethings

    Sex, work and other troubles of 20-somethings
    I smell a niche at Theater Wit, the multispace venue just a few blocks from the bars and eateries of Wrigleyville: the date-night show. Not a bad idea, given the locale. Itamar Moses' "Completeness," wherein a pair of brainy graduate students almost...

    Hot Doug's and the melancholy of closed restaurants

    Hot Doug's and the melancholy of closed restaurants
    There's something about coming across a newly vacated restaurant that feels like a gut punch. Businesses close all the time in sometimes startling, often melancholy-inducing ways. (Dominick's RIP.) But you shop in stores. You live in restaurants....