Keith Morgan, owner of family-owned Lake Forest Hardware, died suddenly on July 23 at the age of 59.
In this Reader Forum, Colette Woidat of Lake Bluff writes to thank the owners of Scooters, who “truly go above and beyond to support their community.”
Here’s a link to an article in the July 14, 2013, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about Mary Ellen Swee, a Lake Bluff woman who is attending law school alongside her 23-year-old son, Joe Swee, despite two cancer diagnoses in their family–including her own.
Artists Mark and Carolyn McMahon will mount a process-oriented exhibit of paintings and drawings in steel plus rarely seen encaustic works by the late, legendary Franklin McMahon in an exhibit that runs from June 29 to August 10 at Re-invent Gallery in Lake Forest.
Lake Forest resident Eric Cooper founded Winwood Health, a rapidly growing juice business, after having narrowly survived a personal health crisis.
“Race Across the Sky,” Lake Forest resident Derek Sherman’s debut novel, is a story of love, family, and the extreme worlds of ultramarathons and biotechnology.
James Casselberry, Sr., a second-generation African-American in Lake Forest, passed away on Jan. 25 at the age of 85. This story has been updated to include the obituary written by the Casselberry family, which will be featured in the service program, and comments from James Casselberry, Jr.
Meet the Dancing Bohemian Ukulele Team, which debuted on Sun., Dec. 23 to a packed house at the Lily Reid Holt Chapel at Lake Forest College.
Every Wednesday for the past two school years, Hope Goldman has shared her after-school time as a volunteer tutor for the children in the After-School Homework Club at Family Service’s Nuestro Center in Highwood. This fall, Hope, a sophomore at Lake Forest High School, wanted to do a bit more.
A libation conversation with one of North Shore Distillery’s mixology masters.