We’ve spent weeks at home trying to protect the most vulnerable among us. We are hopeful that May flowers will indeed spring forth from the showers of April challenges.
In our spring homes issue, we meet a builder whose No. 1 job is “dad,” a tree-trimmer who advises on pruning, and the residents of a classic Shorewood development.
Due to the extenuating circumstances in our community during the creation of this issue, please note that some events/dates and even some business operations may have changed since these pages went to print.
In March, we celebrate families—including kids and pets—with guides to summer activities, new eateries, kids’ fashion, dog-friendly spaces and more.
February is a time to celebrate love and luxury. In this issue, find indulgent foodie picks, recipes, sparkly gift ideas and more.
New year, new starts. This month, our annual January health & wellness issue inspires us with what healthy folks are doing all around the lake.
Whether you’re gathering for coffee, celebrating a folk tradition, making Christmas bright for local seniors or sharing an intimate dinner, December is about focusing on friends and family.