There is no greater laugh on all of the North Shore than the one from Lake Forest’s Christine Goshgarian.
With the Ice Bucket Challenge taking the world by storm, Maryilene Blondell—the Director of Development for The ALS Association Greater Chicago Chapter—explains how $118 million in spontaneous donations will be spent.
Loren LoMastro Specht has been a part of our community for more than 15 years. In addition to owning LoMastro Performing Arts Academy in Lake Forest, Loren is passionate about fostering a love of the arts in our community.
Lake Forest native Taylor Yacktman takes the road less traveled and finds her voice.
Lake Forest’s Tina Anderson has one goal—to get us all in shape.
Two words can be used to describe Lake Forest High School’s Principal Barry Rodgers’ outlook for the 2014–2015 school year. He’s excited.
Lake Forest’s Stacy Moe puts the “mo” in dynamo—literally. As a married mother of three, crafter extraordinaire, entrepreneur, and all-around volunteer, we get tired just thinking about her schedule.
Lake Forest’s Rebecca Makkai is one of the most admired young fiction writers in America. With the release of her second novel, The Hundred-Year House, Rebecca shares how her hometown shaped the pages of her book.
The Lake Bluff 4th of July Parade is the quintessential summer event. And, no one knows this better than Deb Dintruff.
As Wenban Funeral Home celebrates its 125th year in Lake Forest this June, owner Jim Iacubino reflects on his 44 years of caring for local families in their most difficult moments.