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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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  • Review: The Big Cheese Poutinerie

    Review: The Big Cheese Poutinerie
    Review: The Big Cheese Poutinerie 3401 N. Clark St. 872-206-8749 Rating: !!! (out of 4) Off to a good start God help you if you're a stoner and you live anywhere near the intersection of Clark and Roscoe streets. There you'll find The Big Cheese...
  • Be your own karaoke hero

    Be your own karaoke hero
    You know what I'm sick of? People telling me that singing ability has ANYTHING to do with being good at karaoke. It doesn't. True, it doesn't hurt to be able to somewhat carry a tune, but you don't need it to truly sell a song. For the sake of...
  • 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...
  • Naperville makes list of best spots for college grads

    Naperville makes list of best spots for college grads
    Attention, college graduates: If Chicago's hot Wrigleyville, Wicker Park or Bucktown neighborhoods aren't for you, consider Naperville. That is, if you don't want to live in major city. Editors at Livability.com, which focuses on small- to mid-sized...
  • The essentials: Sox bars

    The essentials: Sox bars
    Most transplants to Chicago find themselves at a Cubs game before they make it to a Sox game, but why? While there's the allure—or threat, depending on your preferences—of a night out in Wrigleyville to draw you to the North Side, the area...
  • Chicago luxury apartments battle for renters

    Chicago luxury apartments battle for renters
    A serious game of one-upmanship is underway in downtown Chicago's rental market, as developers race to open shiny apartment towers tricked out with swank extras and some eye-popping rents. Have a dog? Drop off your four-legged friend at the in-...
  • City Council approves more Wrigley Field renovation changes

    City Council approves more Wrigley Field renovation changes
    The Chicago City Council today approved measures to give the Cubs more flexibility on scheduling night games, an advertising archway over Clark Street and permission to push back the exterior outfield walls at Wrigley Field as part of the team’s...
  • Bad timing, distance can't stop love

    Bad timing, distance can't stop love
    As the saying goes, "Timing is everything." And for Wendi and Tim Howard, time never seemed to be on their side. "We met when we were both 16 and working at the Sizzler in Carol Stream," says Wendi, now 45. "I was a waitress, and he was a cook. We...
  • Roles in a long-term romance

    Roles in a long-term romance
    Stephen Schellhardt remembers the first time he saw Devin DeSantis on the Northwestern University campus in the summer of 2004. Stephen, a theater major from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, was an instructor in the Cherub summer theater...
  • Chicago bar trivia night guide

    Chicago bar trivia night guide
    Know of a trivia night in Chicago that you don't see listed here? E-mail RedEye nightlife and events reporter Kate Bernot.   MONDAYS The Beetle Bar & Grill 8-10:30 p.m. Theme: None Specials: $3 pints of Point Lager and $4 Stoli vodka cocktails...
  • Cubs' new Arizona park is state of the art

    Cubs' new Arizona park is state of the art
    Longtime Cub followers, accustomed to ballparks as antiques, will be saying these two words if they attend a spring training game here this year: Pinch me. The new Cubs Park has comfortable seats with wide aisles, concessions and restrooms at every...