Extremely Local News: Wrigleyville transforms into winter wonderland with 19 holiday-themed pop-ups

Bob Sirott

A Red Line train moves through Wrigleyville neighborhood, seen from the stands of Wrigley Field, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, in Chicago. Living near the workplace is one of the unique attractions of playing in a vibrant residential neighborhood like Wrigleyville. For the players and staff who take advantage, it means almost nonexistent commutes, more time with family and a chance to mingle with the surroundings in a way that might not be possible in other cities. For residents, well, you might have a Cub living next door. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)

Shamus Toomey, Editor in Chief & Co-Founder of Block Club Chicago joins Bob Sirott this morning to give us all of the extremely local news happening around the Chicagoland area.

How This Logan Square Woman Built Her Small-Town Bakery Into One Of Chicago’s Hottest Spots– Sugar Moon Bakery is selling out its breakfast pastries, cookies, and sweet treats every day, sometimes hours before closing. “It’s been really crazy.”

Woman Discovers The Magic Of O’Hare Airport On All-Night Layover: ‘It’s Amazing In There’-Allison Robicelli, who explored O’Hare Airport alone for hours after she missed her connecting flight, hopes her adventure inspires other travelers to appreciate the beauty of the airport and the people who keep it running.

Wrigleyville Transforms Into Winter Wonderland With 19 Holiday-Themed Pop-Ups– People can celebrate the holidays at 19 Wrigleyville bars and other businesses that have transformed into a winter wonderland.

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