Chicago neighborhoods can be like high school cliques. Some are home to the art kids, talking fast and loud with their friends at local coffee shops. We know others as the rich kids, bragging about that top-rated restaurant reservation. Historically, Wrigleyville has been characterized as the jock crowd, a post-college frat bubble where it’s all Cubs, all the time. But with nineties-era fans growing up, and the neighborhood filling out, more families are moving in. So what clique does this North Side Cubs’ stomping ground fit into now?