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    10 Questions with Liz Coughlin, Woodlands girls basketball

    February 19, 2018 By Staff Report Sports, Athlete of the Week

    Liz Coughlin is a sophomore at Woodlands Scared Heart Academy in Lake Forest and is a member of the girls basketball team.

  • Lake Forest’s Luke Lanigan gets congratulations from a team mate and his coach after the 200-yard freestyle Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Lake Forest Sectional swim meet. Ernest Schweit/22nd Century Media

    Boys Swimming: Lanigan, teammates state-bound after Lake Forest sectional

    February 17, 2018 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School

    There are two ways to qualify for the IHSA boys swimming state meet.

    You can either exceed the state qualifying standard in an event or you can win the event.

  • Lake House, in Lake Bluff, offers the Mile High Nacho Cheese Platter ($12), made with fresh El Milagro tortilla chips and topped with melted cheddar and mozzarella cheese, marinated Mexican-style chicken and flank steak, fresh cut olives and jalapenos, sour cream and guacamole.

    Quick Bites: Nachos include all the fixings along the North Shore

    February 13, 2018 By Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Nachos are always a fan favorite. The cheesy chips, often a go-to food at sports games, movie theaters and carnivals, can be shared as an appetizer or eaten as a main course.
  • Ethan (left), played by Rich Holton, and Olivia, played by Nina O’Keefe, look at comments about Olivia’s book during the production of “Sex with Strangers” at Citadel Theatre. Photo Submitted

    Citadel Theatre tells ‘story that is incredibly relatable’

    February 13, 2018 By Alyssa Groh, Editor Life & Arts
    “Sex with Strangers,” a new play at Citadel Theatre, tells the story of generational differences, relationships and trying to succeed professionally.
  • Austin Yarc, of the Lake Forest Fire Department, dribbles the ball down the court against Matt Signa, of the Lake Forest Police Department, on Sunday, Feb. 11, at Lake Forest College.

    LF police, fire departments help raise $2,100 for American Cancer Society

    February 13, 2018 By Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News
    Lake Forest College’s Relay for Life joined forces with the Lake Forest Police and Fire Departments in the battle against cancer on Sunday, Feb. 11.

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