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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

Top Wrigleyville Articles

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  • Still no Wrigley deal after Emanuel, Ricketts, aldermen meet

    Still no Wrigley deal after Emanuel, Ricketts, aldermen meet
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel summoned Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts and the aldermen representing the area to City Hall on Thursday afternoon in an effort to seal the deal on a $300 million Wrigley Field rehab, a Cubs source said today. Progress was made, but...
  • Tunney suggests parking garage part of Wrigley Field mix

    Tunney suggests parking garage part of Wrigley Field mix
    Wrigleyville's alderman said Wednesday that the Cubs are considering construction of a parking garage north of the ballpark to help relieve parking woes that residents worry would worsen if the city allowed more night games and concerts at the stadium....
  • Wrigley Field renovation talks continue at City Hall

    Wrigley Field renovation talks continue at City Hall
    Talks continue today at City Hall over the Wrigley Field rehab proposed by team owner Tom Ricketts, who opted not to travel to Pittsburgh for the team's first game of the regular season. Although negotiators took a break Sunday, daily talks have taken...
  • Goose Island pubs pluck new head brewer from Flossmoor Station

    Goose Island pubs pluck new head brewer from Flossmoor Station
    The brew pub that arguably started it all in Chicago — or can at least┬álay claim to being the granddaddy of┬áthe city's current generation of breweries — has a new hand at the helm. This month, Nick Barron, 28, formerly the head brewer at...
  • North Dakota's oil rush lures Chicago-area residents

    North Dakota's oil rush lures Chicago-area residents
    — He dropped out of north suburban Richmond-Burton Community High School, and a few years later Andy Turco found himself staining decks in the summer, plowing snow in the winter and going without work for a month or two in between. Nearly...
  • Parking meter changes take effect Sunday in some areas

    Parking meter changes take effect Sunday in some areas
    Starting Sunday, people parking cars in Chicago’s metered spaces will have to mind the signs lest they pay when they don’t have to or get a ticket for not feeding the meters long enough. Drivers won't need to feed meters at all on Sunday in...
  • At Hopleaf, a tale behind every ale

    At Hopleaf, a tale behind every ale
    Mike Roper's a sucker for a good story. One afternoon, while sampling beers at his Uptown bar Hopleaf, he relayed how archaeologists in Turkey unearthed pottery buried for thousands of years, drinking vessels once containing beer. The liquids inside had...
  • DuPage County chairman wants to pitch Cubs on moving west

    DuPage County chairman wants to pitch Cubs on moving west
    Add DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin to the list of suburban politicians angling to lure the Chicago Cubs to his turf if there’s an unlikely collapse of the city-sanctioned framework plan to renovate Wrigley Field. Citing what he...
  • Jerome Pohlen on being an 'Oddball'

    Jerome Pohlen on being an 'Oddball'
    James Frank Kotera, or the real "JFK" as he calls himself, stopped drinking on April 3, 1975. Four years later, he weaved a new hobby into his life. He hasn't stopped in 34 years. The yield: two balls of twine — a monstrous one that he says...
  • Still scrappy Links Hall opens in new space

    Still scrappy Links Hall opens in new space
    It could be argued that Links Hall, the venerable dance organization housed for decades on the second floor of a walk-up building in Wrigleyville, is a state of mind as much as a place. Links' dance is raw, unadorned, wending from the wild and wacky...
  • Interview: 'SNL' star Cecily Strong returns home amid dream year

    Interview: 'SNL' star Cecily Strong returns home amid dream year
    They could be telling Cecily Strong’s story at iO Theater in Wrigleyville for years to come. The “Saturday Night Live” cast member wasn’t the obvious choice to follow in the footsteps of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — who...