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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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  • Couple recall their wedding vows at home plate in Wrigley Field

    Couple recall their wedding vows at home plate in Wrigley Field
    For David Milazzo, saying "I do" while standing on home plate in Wrigley Field was a dream come true. "They groomed the field for us just like it was for opening day: The lines were put down, the infield was raked, the grass was cut. It was absolutely...
  • 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...
  • Wicker Park Bocce Club plans expansion to Pilsen

    Wicker Park Bocce Club plans expansion to Pilsen
    "We want [bocce] to be everywhere," said Will Murphy, one of the five organizers of Wicker Park Bocce Club.  His group is one step closer to city-wide bocce domination, with construction set to begin on a Pilsen court later this month. Currently, the...
  • Chicago violence continues to outpace NYC, LA

    Chicago violence continues to outpace NYC, LA
    The Rev. Michael Pfleger and about 100 supporters marched along South Paulina Street on Friday evening while down the next block, Chicago police searched for bullet casings and sought potential witnesses after a man and a woman were struck by a hail of...
  • Catholic school celebrates 10 years with first graduating class

    Catholic school celebrates 10 years with first graduating class
    Laurie Montplaisir knew her daughter's Catholic elementary school, Old St. Mary's, had crossed a milestone when parents at her parish began asking her what they could possibly do to get their preschool children enrolled. Ten years ago, Montplaisir's...
  • 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...
  • Culver's coming to Chicago, plans Wrigleyville restaurant

    Culver's coming to Chicago, plans Wrigleyville restaurant
    Culver’s, the Wisconsin-based "Butter Burger" and custard chain with dozens of locations in the Chicago suburbs, plans to open its first restaurant in the city early next year. The store is planned for 3500 N. Clark St., in Chicago's Wrigleyville...
  • Tunney seeks restrictions on shop owners' tobacco sales

    Tunney seeks restrictions on shop owners' tobacco sales
    Chicago tobacco sellers with past convictions for selling drug paraphernalia could lose their tobacco retailer licenses under a plan being pushed by a Lakeview alderman who hopes to thin out a dense collection of "head shops" he said are drawing the ire...
  • Menswear industry in throes of dynamic era

     Menswear industry in throes of dynamic era
    Mario Caston walked out of Allen Edmonds on Michigan Avenue one recent afternoon wearing new Neumok wingtips in distressed brown leather — not to be confused with the old Neumok wingtips he was carrying in a shopping bag, or the four other pairs...
  • 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,"...