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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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  • Second City plans major expansion at Piper's Alley

    Second City plans major expansion at Piper's Alley
    Second City, the famed Chicago comedy theater, announced Tuesday that it has acquired the former AMC movie theater inside the Piper's Alley complex at 230 W. North Ave. Second City plans to fill the new space with “student-centered facilities,&...
  • Del Close's lasting impact on iO, and the rest of us

    Del Close's lasting impact on iO, and the rest of us
    His shadow is a substantial thing, shading the increasingly active and ever-expanding Chicago comedy world in the same way that Louis Sullivan still influences young architects, Muddy Waters impacts bluesmen or Nelson Algren whispers to writers. Del...
  • UPDATE: Family identifies man found in Wrigleyville

    UPDATE: Family identifies man found in Wrigleyville
    A man who was found in Wrigleyville,apparently suffering from memory loss, has been identified. The man's family members came forward this afternoon, not long after police had sent out an alert. The man was found at Clark Street and Waveland Avenue at...
  • Cubs have first scheduled Sunday off in 82 years

    Cubs have first scheduled Sunday off in 82 years
    The Cubs will enjoy a rare off day on Sunday. Very rare. For the first time in 82 years there is no game scheduled for the Cubs on a Sunday. "That's unheard of. We already have some family plans for that day. Maybe this can become a regular thing,"...
  • Theo Epstein looks to future, skips trip to past

    Theo Epstein looks to future, skips trip to past
    This week's long-anticipated Fenway Park homecoming for Cubs President Theo Epstein has been postponed due to circumstances beyond his control. Epstein instead will have to watch the Cubs-Red Sox series on TV from his Wrigleyville residence because of...
  • Man found injured on Lincoln Park street died in homicide, examiner rules

    Man found injured on Lincoln Park street died in homicide, examiner rules
    The death of a 32-year-old man found lying on the street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in late April was ruled a homicide by the Cook County medical examiner's office this week, officials said. Jacob Klepacz, of the 1200 block of North Noble Street,...
  • Wrigley Field remake approved; lawsuit threat looms

    Wrigley Field remake approved; lawsuit threat looms
    The Chicago Cubs earned another victory Thursday from the Commission on Chicago Landmarks — the second in a year — but it's beyond the outfield of their historic stadium where their unfinished business remains. The unanimous decision gave...
  • 7 up-and-coming Chicago neighborhoods

    7 up-and-coming Chicago neighborhoods
    Affordable living space in popular enclaves such as Andersonville, Logan Square and Wicker Park is rare, so how can young urbanites on a budget determine what neighborhoods are on the cusp of cool? "Look for the halo effect, which is the impact a...
  • Cubs to begin clubhouse construction in weeks

    Cubs to begin clubhouse construction in weeks
    The Cubs will begin breaking ground on a new underground home clubhouse in the next couple of weeks, a team source said, starting the $575 million Wrigley Field renovation project. The revised plan to install seven signs in the bleachers, including...
  • Landmark commission to vote on proposed Wrigley Field changes

    Landmark commission to vote on proposed Wrigley Field changes
    Almost exactly a year ago, the Chicago Cubs went before the Commission on Chicago Landmarks seeking consent for a controversial video scoreboard and advertising signs in the Wrigley Field outfield that would dramatically alter the look of the historic...
  • Wrigley rooftops' political donations dry up

    Wrigley rooftops' political donations dry up
    The bitter quarrel between the Chicago Cubs and nearby rooftop owners over signs at Wrigley Field remains hot, but the rooftops' political contributions have cooled off this year. The city's landmarks commission has approved a plan to upgrade the...