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.
As drawings for the revitalized Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital begin to make their way through the lengthy approval process, renowned architect Fred Clarke shares what inspired the winning design of the new structure.
Dustin O’Regan of Lake Forest is the current president of The Auxiliary Board of the Art Institute of Chicago. She shared five things she can’t live without.
With fall’s arrival comes the perfect excuse to freshen one’s closet. With clothes on the brain, Sara Campbell, owner of Sara Campbell Ltd. in Lake Forest, seemed to be just the right fashionista to chat with.
Lake Forest Library and the Ragdale Foundation aim to get the entire community reading this fall through a new citywide program called “Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale.”
With the BMW Championship coming to Conway Farms Golf Club in September, Todd Marsh and Robin Martin are working around the clock to prepare the club (and the City of Lake Forest) for this marquee event.