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An Amazing Day at The Designs 4 Dignity Kitchen Walk

October 15, 2011–Designs for Dignity hosted its 8th Annual Kitchen Walk on October 15th in Harbor Country, Michigan. More than 325 guests enjoyed touring amazing homes on the lake and charming cottages while noshing on delectable bites from talented chefs and demonstrators. Crowd favorites along the tour were the grass fed meatballs via Luisa’s Cafe and the chile verde via The Kielbasa Brothers! Highlights included the reception filled with cocktails, auction and wood fired pizzas at The Journeyman Distillery. Visit Designs 4 Dignity to download recipes and see more photos from the tour!

Chicago’s Table

October 21, 2011–Chicago magazine, in partnership with The Auxiliary Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, celebrated Chicago magazine’s editorial dining coverage with the first annual Chicago’s Table event held at River East Art Center. Attendees enjoyed dishes from 14 of the city’s best restaurants and chefs—picked from the pages of Chicago magazine—with perfectly paired cocktails and beer. A special thanks to spirit sponsors Bulleit Bourbon, Crown Royal Black, Don Julio Tequila, and Moon Mountain Vodka; featured breweries Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Half Acre Beer Company, and Three Floyds Brewing Co.; wine sponsors Jim Ball Vineyards and Gallo Family Vineyards; and Counter Culture Coffee. The evening’s valet was provided by BMW. All proceeds from the event supported research and therapies for stroke patients at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Subzero-Wolf Showroom Event

October 20, 2011–Chicago Home+Garden partnered with Subzero-Wolf showroom to discuss what to do, and what not to do, in kitchen redesign. Guests enjoyed a presentation by Jan Par, editor of Chicago Home+Garden as well as an exquisite food demonstration from the Subzero chefs. Guests were able to explore the showroom while the enjoyed great food, conversation, and company.

Chicago Law Enforcement Roundup

A marijuana-ticketing ordinance is due to City Council tomorrow; a four-part series on pot; a multi-part series on international fugitive suspects; America’s two great crime waves; and more.