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Look for a grass-fed burger motoyaki with mushrooms and torched ponzu aioli; hand-rolled gnocchi with tarragon-sherry sauce; and more. [EaterWire] LOGAN SQUAREThe fourth annual neighborhood appreciation block and dance party hits Longman & Eagle this Sunday. Running from 1:00 until 10:00 PM, this year’s event is bigger and will feature a menu of elotes, lamb kabobs, meatballs, shrimp ceviche and more from executive chef Jared Wentworth. [EaterWire] OLD IRVING PARKHomaro Cantu’s brewery on Montrose Avenue will be called Crooked Fork Brewing, according to the Tribune. Cantu is shooting for a summer 2015 opening.
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Waste Connections, Inc. will not offer service on Monday, Sept. 1. Service will be one day late for the remainder of the week. (Mon-Tues, Tues-Wed, Wed-Thurs, Thurs-Fri, Fri-Sat.) County Curbside Rubbish and Debris Collection will also be affected by the holiday.
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Vendors needed for Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair
Saturday, Nov. 8, at Racine Christian School, 912 Virginia St. The cost of a booth is $35 if the vendor supplies their own tables, or $40 to have tables provided by the school. To reserve space, call Cherie Groen at 262-833-0260, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Copyright 2014 Journal Times.
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The Indiana State Police and many other police agencies including police in LaPorte and Fulton counties will have additional patrols on the road. The increased patrols is a part of a nationwide safe driving campaign, Operation Pull Over, according to a press release by the State Police. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 33,561 people were killed nationally in motor vehicle accidents in 2012. 10,322 of those people were killed in crashes that involved a driver or motorcyclist with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher, according to the safety administration. State Police said Motorists may expect to see Sobriety Checkpoints as well as extra patrols in high traffic areas. The press release also said troopers will be looking for drivers who are speeding, following too close and making unsafe lane changes as well as seatbelt violations. A 2002 Indiana State Supreme Court case, State v. Gerschoffer, it was found that sobriety checkpoints, as long as they are conducted properly, are constitutional.
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