With more than 30 years at the helm of Samlesbury Hall, Lake Forest’s Mary Southworth can’t imagine herself anywhere else.
With visions of debutantes dancing in their heads, Mary Swift and Deborah Lanigan share their passion for preserving this tradition for today’s young women.
There are few kinder people in this world than Lake Forest’s Katie Ford. With an ever-present smile and joyful wave, Katie is the living example of the perfect Valentine. Here are the five things that Katie can’t live without.
With another successful Local Legends event in the books, Janice Hack talks about the future of the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Historical Society.
Mari Christopherson, owner of Three Sisters in Lake Forest, wants to help women stick to their New Year’s resolutions in 2014—or at least help them look good while they’re trying.
Toasting his retirement, Arthur Miller reflects on his 40 years with Lake Forest College and muses with Forest & Bluff why Americans are so infatuated with the Europeans.
’Tis the season for holiday gift giving and there is no better person to consult with about such a thing than Lake Forest’s very own Megan Stockton, owner of Gifted.
On the heels of another successful Bagpipes & Bonfire event, Holly Meeks and Paula Clair talk candidly about why Lake Forest Open Lands is worthy of our attention.
In this month dedicated to honoring veterans, Captain James Lovell—a longtime friend of Forest & Bluff—sat down with us and shared the five things he can’t live without.