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54-year-old boxer wins Golden Gloves, 20 years after 1st attempt

CHICAGO — Bill Stritzel waited almost 20 years to hand his daughters a hard-earned Golden Gloves trophy.

The nearly two-decade wait was worth it.

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Joe's On Weed

By : Tommy Field

When I was scrolling through the internet, I was looking up great drinking deals in all of Chicago on a Tuesday. I was in scramble mood because It was my roommates 21st birthday and I wanted to show him a fun time. 251 more words


Chicago, una città perfetta

Ciao, non scrivo per un tempo lungo perché ero molto impegnata. In fatti son ancora impegnata ma sono al’aeroporto e ho una ora è spero che io possa scrivere un post interessante. 479 more words

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Cubs owner Tom Ricketts: "My mood is determined by whether the last game was a win or a loss"

Cubs owner Tom Ricketts joins Justin to talk about tonight’s home opener, Wrigley Field renovations, the importance of balancing renovations with beloved traditions, Kyle Schwarber’s injury, the emotional ups and downs during a long season and the high expectations for this year’s team. 29 more words


Laptop, Cash Register Stolen From Nuts On Clark

CHICAGO (STMW) — Police are investigating a burglary overnight at the iconic Nuts on Clark popcorn shop in Wrigleyville.

The break-in happened at 1:14 a.m. at Nuts on Clark, located at 3830 N. 44 more words


Wrigleyville McDonald's Obituary: Mourning The Loss...

Stand up Second City comedian is mourning the loss of the Wrigleyville McDonald’s.

Martin Morrow writes:

On March 21st of our Lord’s 2016, we said goodbye to a dear friend and neighbor, the Wrigleyville McDonald’s located at Clark and Addison, as it was torn down to build a hotel that people will inevitably regret staying in. 246 more words


When Will There Finally Be A Culvers Within The Chicago City Limits?

You can find Culvers restaurants all over the suburbs, but you’ll be hard pressed to find one actually in the City of Chicago.

If you remember back a couple of years, Culvers was suppose to open a restaurant in Wrigleyville. 82 more words