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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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  • 'Road to Glory: The Documentary'

    'Road to Glory: The Documentary'
    Saint Millie is screwed. OK, maybe that’s pushing it. But it only sort of matters that the 22-year-old Oak Park native (born Milton McKinney) is talented and professional and honest in interviews; that he’s personable in ways that rappers...
  • Cubs' challenge to rooftop owners long overdue

    Cubs' challenge to rooftop owners long overdue
    Desperate times call for desperate measures, so Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts found himself standing next to a batter's tee and taking a swing at assertiveness while cameras rolled. The awkward image of Ricketts in the Cubs' primitive clubhouse intended to...
  • Judging neighborhoods (and myself)

    Judging neighborhoods (and myself)
    It was to be my small, lofted Shangri-La. My Fortress of Urban Solitude. After weeks of scouring the hellish depths of Craigslist's real estate section and nearly every apartment-hunting website known to man, I'd finally unearthed my dream bachelor pad. I...
  • Emanuel: No Wrigley Field hearing next month

    Emanuel: No Wrigley Field hearing next month
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel sent a message to Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts on Wednesday: You dropped the ball in clearly communicating the latest version of a Wrigley Field renovation, and my administration won’t be rushed into approving more electronic...
  • Chicago filmmakers celebrate their Latino heritage

    Chicago filmmakers celebrate their Latino heritage
    While most films in last month's Chicago Latino Film Festival took audiences around the world, three movies kept things very close to home. "Albert," "Mi Princesa" and "For the Love of Mom" were the only Chicago-made films chosen for the International...
  • Cubs battle over Wrigley signs with rooftop owners

    Cubs battle over Wrigley signs with rooftop owners
    Chicago Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts is offering a new pitch to long-suffering fans as he struggles to get a Wrigley Field renovation underway: If the rooftop owners are going to sue us anyway over blocked views into the stadium, we might as well get more...
  • Residents debate CTA's proposed Belmont bypass

    Residents debate CTA's proposed Belmont bypass
    Jacob Peters doesn't live near the Belmont stop in Lakeview, but Thursday he waded into what is shaping up to be a neighborhood fight over a CTA proposal to create a bypass near Belmont Avenue to ease Red, Purple and Brown line train travel. Peters,...
  • John Barleycorn closing original location in Lincoln Park

    John Barleycorn closing original location in Lincoln Park
    Fans of the original John Barleycorn have about a month left to enjoy the Lincoln Park restaurant and bar. Owner Sam Sanchez said he is selling the building 658 West Belden Ave., where John Barleycorn first opened in 1963, for around $4 million. He is...
  • Poutine in May, however you like it

    Poutine in May, however you like it
    Springtime in Chicago, when we stash away our April thermal parkas for May peacoats, seems like the ideal time for poutine. For the uninitiated of Quebec's most famous culinary export, it is this: a sandbag of French fries studded with cheese curds...
  • 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....
  • For English Premier League fans, soccer trumps sleep any day

    For English Premier League fans, soccer trumps sleep any day
    It is 6:45 on a Saturday morning, an hour at which most bars are sleeping off last night's Fireball shots and other assorted bad decisions. "I'm Tottenham till I die …" It is at this hour that Lincoln Square's Atlantic Bar has suddenly bucked...