An ambitious show in a singularly unambitious era, it was Chicago Hope plus Chicago Code… plus half an hour. Then it disappeared from existence.
November 19, 2011–Eve Alfillé Gallery and Studio unveiled Eve’s newest collection “Dancing Under the Stars” during an open house. Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, courtesy of Donna Goodman catering, and purchased one-of-a-kind, kiln-fired, art glass pieces created by Eve’s daughter, Diane Alfillé. Attendees enjoyed music by a local guitarist while taking in the newly renovated gallery
November 14, 2011–Tequila Don Julio celebrated the launch of the Don Julio 70 Añejo Claro in Chicago.
Now that we’ve put in most of our holiday gift ideas , it’s time to branch out! The Soup & Bread cookbook by local writer Martha Bayne…
November 3, 2011–David Yurman, in partnership with Chicago Saint Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, hosted the second annual shopping event at their Oak Street location. Proceeds from the evening were donated to support the medical center.
Susan Brunstrum of Sweet Peas recently downsized—stylishly—into a 1920 bungalow in Libertyville…
Everyone’s mad about the Illinois corporate tax hike, and the state legislature was unable to address CME’s beef. One option: just get rid of it. Not just the increase, the whole thing.
Changing of the Seasons
As meteorological fall gives way to winter this week, so goes Seasons after New Year’s Eve…
Why we can’t all just get along: the Tea Party and the Occupy movement represent different things, and even basic questions of employment and hygiene are rending the country asunder.
November 2, 2011–Chicago Home + Garden’s second annual Chairs for Charity event was a hit, as more than 250 of Chicagoland’s design lovers came out in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Hosted at Chicago Art Source in Lincoln Park, Chairs for Charity featured re-imagined vintage chairs from 15 of Chicago’s top designers, architects, and artists. Guests enjoyed delicious bites from chef Jared Van Camp’s highly anticipated restaurant, Nellcôte, while bidding on chairs throughout the evening. The event raised more than $7,000 to support research to find a cure for type 1 diabetes and its complications. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams was the sponsor of the auction program book.