Tag: Wrigley Field

Have you been to the Cubs' Wrigley Field webpage? It's pretty cool

Have you been to the Cubs' Wrigley Field webpage? It's pretty cool
There’s no Cubs baseball (or any baseball for that matter, ugh) until Friday, so that gives us some breathing room to explore what else is going on in the Cubs build for the future.  Conveniently, the Cubs did set up a specific webpage (www.wrigleyfield.com) for their Wrigley Field updates, and you should check it out,... Read more »

Commission on Chicago Landmarks approves revised Wrigley Field expansion plans

Commission on Chicago Landmarks approves revised Wrigley Field expansion plans
The Cubs were at City Hall pitching their plan today after their neighborhood meeting on Monday.  While the Mayor has weighed in on the possible negotiations still to be done between the Cubs and the rooftops re: the number of signs in the outfield (and you might as well read Brett’s article over at Bleacher... Read more »

Wrigleyville Neighborhood Meeting Look-In

Wrigleyville Neighborhood Meeting Look-In
Thanks to the kind individual who runs the Wrigleyville Nation Twitter account, we got a good look-in at the Lakeview community meeting on Monday night between the neighbors, city officials and Cubs representatives.  The relevant tweets that summarize the entire meeting:   3 topics for tonight: new lights; more signs; and added bleachers – let’s... Read more »
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Wrigley expansion plans possibly hitting a speedbump already

Wrigley expansion plans possibly hitting a speedbump already
Within the past week we have learned that Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts is going full-steam ahead with the Wrigley Field renovation/expansion, pending the approval from the city on June 5.  We think this is a good thing, obviously, because the players need better facilities.  The pictures look pretty.  And the cool idea with the new... Read more »

Dreamcast 42: The Meaning of Life

Dreamcast 42: The Meaning of Life
Check out our mother ship for the latest podcast.  We’re looking into better podcast hosting so we can start having longer and better episodes, so stay tuned.  Thanks for listening! Please subscribe to our blogs (info here) and follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Wrigley at 100: Random Musings

Wrigley at 100: Random Musings
Item One on Wrigley Field’s 100th birthday, as the Cubs celebrated with cupcakes, old-timey costumes, throwback uniforms and the like… Where’s Sammy Sosa? According to Cubs officials, Sammy “has some work to do before being welcomed back by the organization.” “There are some things Sammy needs to look at and consider prior to having an... Read more »
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Ivy's Roundup: The Voyage of the Failpen

Ivy's Roundup: The Voyage of the Failpen
Ivy has to do girly-girl things this weekend, so Rice is taking over this one.  Sort of.  Because we are lazy and Anno already sort of recapped each game of the Pirates series, here are the links to his Daily Ducksnort articles below: Tuesday, April 8 – Pirates 7, Cubs 6 Celebrating Starlin Castro‘s big... Read more »

Ivy's Roundup: Cubs vs. Phillies

Ivy's Roundup: Cubs vs. Phillies
I hate off days. I know they’re needed and all but I don’t like them, especially early on in the season. I may not watch the Cubs tonight but I will watch some baseball! Well, let’s get into the recap of the Cubs first series at home.   4/04: L Phillies 7, Cubs 2 W:... Read more »

The Dreamcast Returneth: Spring Training Is In the Air!

The Dreamcast Returneth: Spring Training Is In the Air!
We are back for the start of Cactus League play!  Because we haven’t figured out how to embed podcasts into ChicagoNow yet, you will have to come back to our mother ship at WorldSeriesDreaming.com to listen to our latest podcast, named about the Sarge, Gary Matthews (Sr.)! Here’s the listen link.  Pardon our glitches, we’re... Read more »
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The Offseason of Cubs Fans' Discontent

The Offseason of Cubs Fans' Discontent
The Chicago Cubs have been very busy this off season making moves, signing players and working on improving the enjoyment factor of a day at Wrigley Field. However, just about all of their moves have left some Cub fans rather upset that they are spending more time and money on these various aspects rather than... Read more »