September 27, 2016By Danielle Gensburg, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
For 29 years, Lake Forest Open Lands has celebrated bringing the local community and the natural landscape together in a meaningful way through Bagpipes & Bonfire, an annual fall tradition and fundraiser that helps support the nonprofit’s land preservation and conservation efforts.
The cedar plank salmon ($22) features Atlantic salmon with a teriyaki glaze topped with citrus segments and asparagus. Courtney Jacquin/22nd Century Media
September 29, 2016By Chris Pullam, Contributing EditorDining Out
MLG Chicago in Lake Forest, previously The Grille on Laurel, reopened three months ago following renovations designed to reflect the personality of new owner Marcus Lemonis, an entrepreneur and host of CNBC’s “The Profit.”
Lake Forest receiver Ryan Cekey comes down with a touchdown reception during the Scouts’ 28-14 win over Libertyville on Friday, Sept. 23, at Lake Forest High School’s West Athletic Campus. Photos by Varsity Views
In back-to-back losses to Stevenson and Warren, the Lake Forest defense and special teams were often the culprits when either team made a big play.
Members of Lake Forest Girl Scout Troop 40796, including Deer Path Middle School eighth-graders (left to right) Olivia Wheldon, Juliana Finley, Mary Clayton and Sydney Lotharius, delivered 100 copies of “When Billy Went Bald” to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago on June 2. Photo submitted
Deer Path Middle School now has renovated classrooms on the east side of the school as well as updated halls and cafeteria floors, all of which were changes highlighted at the District 67 Board of Education meeting on Sept. 27.