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Instead of a compromise, Tunney introduced further restrictions on the plaza Wednesday.

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Ring-billed gulls frequently descend on Wrigley to dine on discarded peanuts, Cracker Jack and hotdogs.

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Meanwhile, neighbors slammed the Cubs for skirting negotiations.

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See players, a marching band and packed Wrigley bleachers in this unearthed Chicago Film Archives movie.

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The much-publicized Ferris Bueller Fest later this month costs $300, more than the stuff in the movie.

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The Cubs have "not proven to be a good neighbor," Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) said Wednesday.

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No one was injured, and charges are pending against the robbery suspects, police said.

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The plaza operator emailed Wrigley Field neighbors Monday morning.

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Jim "The Pink Hat Guy" Anixter's company spent $200,000 on Cubs tickets last year.

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While the liquor license doesn't allow for special events, the Cubs "couldn't wait any longer."

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The ballpark's groundskeepers have employed about 10 different grass patterns over the last few years.

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By plane or helicopter, Curtis Waltz flies over and photographs Wrigley Field at least once a week.

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A rainy forecast has postponed two games this week.

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The Cubs wanted to close off the streets on game days at Wrigley Field.