ML - Michigan Avenue

2014 - Issue 7 - November

Michigan Avenue - Niche Media - Michigan Avenue magazine is a luxury lifestyle magazine centered around Chicago’s finest people, events, fashion, health & beauty, fine dining & more!

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Credentials: Rachel Hanel has worked as a photographer in Chicago's West Loop for more than 10 years. Her clients include Walgreens, PrimaLoft, Old Navy, and publications such as First For Women, Today's Chicago Woman, Work Style, and more. Behind the story: "It was such a pleasure to meet and photograph Nena Ivon ['One Chic Street,' page 57], and even more exciting was to find her easy to relate to and completely charming." Favorite spot in Chicago: "Northerly Island. I love how close it is to downtown, but you can completely lose yourself out there if you'd like." Her inspiration: "It's all in the details, as they say." r achel hanel photographer Credentials: Bill Zwecker writes for the Chicago Sun-Times and reports on entertainment for Fox 32 News. Throughout the years, he has contrib- uted to CBS News Sunday Morning, Chicago magazine, Crain's Chicago Business, Entertainment Tonight, The Joan Rivers Show, and more. Behind the story: "I often joke that I have known Stanley Paul ['Lord Stanley,' page 128] and danced to his music since I had hair!" Favorite spot in Chicago: "Any place within the confines of Lincoln Park Zoo, one of our city's truly special spots." His inspiration: "My never-ending curiosity about what makes certain people talented." Credentials: John Dugan has written for Time Out Chicago, Chicago Reader, Chicago Sun-Times, The Economist online, Vice News, and more. Behind the story: "Saxophonist Frank Catalano ['Where the Hep Cats Play,' page 66] reminds me why I live in a place like Chicago: for the cultural life, but also for the people, the characters." Favorite spot in Chicago: "I run in Humboldt Park regularly. It's beautiful, historical, and still a little worn around the edges. I come up with my story ideas there and dream up schemes and plans." His inspiration: "I find the collision of various cultures and the history of cities continually inspiring." BIll ZWecKer writer john dugan writer

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