A Wrigleyville Bride : Vox Politics We tried to be equitable in Chicago, hitting both the North Side and South Side. You'll hear from the South Side on Morning Edition Monday - our report from legendary Izola's, a soul food diner where just looking at the "candied sweets" (potatoes ...
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A Wrigleyville Bride

We tried to be equitable in Chicago, hitting both the North Side and South Side. You'll hear from the South Side on Morning Edition Monday - our report from legendary Izola's, a soul food diner where just looking at the "candied sweets" (potatoes in their most divine form) makes your mouth water. But first things first - on Weekend Edition this morning, we'll tell you about two Cubs fans we met outside Wrigley Field.

Donna and Lindsay Keegan outside Gate-D at Wrigley Field. David Gilkey hide caption

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Mother and daughter, they became the perfect people to help kick off our trip focusing on real leaders we look up to. As you can see, the daughter, Lindsay Keegan, was enjoying a bachelorette weekend with her mom, Donna, some other friends and her beloved first-place Cubbies.

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Oh, then there was Marcus Lyons. Been selling peanuts outside Wrigley for 14 years. He helped us snag another photo in our "Road Food" photo gallery that's going to tantalize your taste buds as we move from place to place!