Drinking wine and tasting wine are two different things. Laura Ribando of Wine 101 Simplified explains how important the nose is.
Judy Pelinski, chairwoman of the annual Community Harvest, dedicates her time to collecting food for the Crystal Lake Food Pantry.
Pam Cumpata of the MCEDC seeks balance between economic development and environmental preservation.
Thrift stores around McHenry County are an ideal place for your gently-used items to find a new home.
Woman of Distinction winner Denise Barreto creates a new career based on helping others.
“Flooring makes a huge impression,” says Kathie Lenhardt of Abbey Tri-State Carpet & Floor in Elgin. “You don’t have to have the budget to remodel the entire house. New hardwood or carpet and a coat of paint can make a huge difference in the look of any room, affordably.”
Fall is here, and instead of leaving the autumn colors and atmosphere outside, bring the beauty in with trendy seasonal decorations.
Here is a selection of treats I’ve read in the last month and really enjoyed: