They are an enigma—those people who mysteriously communicate with horses on a higher plane. The Dennehys of Lake Forest seem to have horse whispering in their blood, with three generations of equestrian distinction to prove it.
As the 2011–2012 football season hangs in the balance while the National Football League works to settle its lockout, locals are more eager than ever for training camp to get underway so we can see one of our own take the field.
Not many authors gracefully straddle the line between nonfiction and fiction, but Sandra Dallas seems to have figured out the yin and yang of writing in both genres.
In celebration of our 10th anniversary, Forest & Bluff has chosen 10 people you must meet in the coming year. Our selection is as diverse as their backgrounds—some with stories of service an philanthropy and other of immeasurable success. But one consistent trait inherent to the group as a whole is that they embody the best of what lake forest and lake bluff have to offer.
The late ’60s were a great time for American cars.The horsepower war was on in a big way, coining a new term in America’s love affair with car culture: muscle cars.
Lake Forest’s Ray Fitzgerald was the man responsible for the early covers of Forest & Bluff. Now, 10 years later, he gives us his perspective on how it all began.
Lake Forest and Lake Bluff know how to party. With more than 40 not-for-profits within our city limits, there’s much to celebrate. And for the past 10 years, Forest & Bluff has been there with you every step of the way, to document the fun, the frivolity, and, most importantly, the philanthropy.
Did you know that new businesses are cropping up all over Lake Forest and Lake Bluff? On the chance you’ve missed one of these places (some on our list are newer than others), here’s a list of new businesses to check out.