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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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  • Andersonville condominiums offer stylish living in great neighborhood

    Andersonville condominiums offer stylish living in great neighborhood
    If the idea of living in a sleek condominium in a quaint neighborhood nestled in the heart of the city sounds inviting, 4846 Clark should get a look. CMK Realty recently announced the release of 40 new residences for sale. The condominiums include...
  • Bears player starts fundraiser as funeral held for slain fan

    Bears player starts fundraiser as funeral held for slain fan
    A private funeral service for slain Bears fan William Christopher Pettry was held this afternoon while a fundraising effort has been launched by Bears player Kellen Davis to help Pettry’s widow and three children. Davis, the Bears tight end, will...
  • When a plane crashed in Wrigleyville

    On Aug. 3, 1953, a young World War II veteran piloting a small plane terrified thousands of Wrigleyville residents while flying erratically over the neighborhood. A group of teenagers was playing a late afternoon game of softball on a gravel lot up...
  • DUI: Chicago

    DUI: Chicago
    Ten a night—that's the number of Chicagoans pulled over for driving under the influence, on average. A total of 3,795 people were arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Chicago last year, according to Chicago Police data....
  • Black Sheep Beer Garden changes name to The National

    Black Sheep Beer Garden changes name to The National
    Update: The Black Sheep Beer Garden will debut its new name, The National, and an updated menu on July 15, 2013. As the weather warms up and the Cubs' season rolls on, Wrigleyville residents will want to keep Black Sheep Beer Garden on their radars....
  • Exonerations

     
    Story: Prosecutors dismiss charges in 2 cases A hat-tip to Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez: A homeless man in prison for raping a clerk at the Daley Center and a man convicted of a fatal shooting in Wrigleyville were......
  • Review: DryHop Brewers

    Review: DryHop Brewers
    Review: DryHop Brewers 3155 N. Broadway 773-857-3155 Rating: !!! (out of four) Off to a good start Oh, DryHop, where were you when I lived in Lakeview? Now that I've moved to a 'hood further west, my brewpub options have improved—shoutout to...
  • Wrigley Jumbotron a huge mistake

    Wrigley Jumbotron a huge mistake
    Being a sports fan and a sportswriter, I have never fully pledged allegiance to the Cubs or White Sox. But I must say I've always had a special place in my heart for Wrigley Field. Throughout its 99-year history, the Friendly Confines has managed to...
  • Wrigley's facelift long overdue

    Wrigley's facelift long overdue
    No matter how you feel about the Cubs, they have a good thing going at the corner of Clark and Addison. But like most things that are falling apart, a facelift is needed. The Cubs want to capitalize on the Wrigley experience, as well they should. The...
  • Ricketts seeks pledge that rooftop owners won't sue

    Ricketts seeks pledge that rooftop owners won't sue
    Even after the City Council unanimously signed off Wednesday on the Cubs' $500 million remake of Wrigley Field and the neighboring area, the exact scope and starting day of the project remained uncertain. That's because Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts issued...
  • Couple who met on CTA bus marries

    Couple who met on CTA bus marries
    Their fairytale romance began four years ago on a CTA bus and traveled to the Near North Side last month, where they walked down the aisle. No CTA card required. Alissa and Don Gold married Aug. 24 in Washington Square Park and held their reception...