Author Archives: Sue Baxter

Valentines Dinner & A Movie – Munster

Special Valentine’s Weekend Movie & Dinner Night at the CVPA! Date: Saturday, February 13 5:30 pm – Doors open with cash bar 6 pm – Dinner 7 pm – Movie starts Location: CVPA Ballroom It’s the 20th Anniversary of the romantic 2000 film “Chocolat,” starring Johnny Depp, Dame Judi Dench, Juliette Binoche and Eva Marie…

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Long Term Effects of $15 Minimum Wage

    Just in time for next week’s likely House vote on a federal $15 minimum wage, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has come out with a caustic report on the consequences of the policy.       New proposals to dramatically increase the minimum wage suddenly is receiving pushback from critics who say this could…

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Indiana Seniors Over 60 May Register for Covid Vaccine

    The ISDH just announced that vaccinations will begin for persons age 60 & older on Monday, January 25th.       Residents age 60 and older can self-register for a vaccine appointment starting at 8:00 AM CST on  January 25th by going to ourshot.in.gov. (Please Note: The registration website will NOT go live until 8:00 AM…

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Art In Focus Launched In Munster Indiana

     South Shore Arts is excited to present a new season of Art in Focus with a new format. Art in Focus is for adult learners of all ages who are interested in the arts and their impact on the world.   Each session will take place virtually, with live interaction between the presenter and…

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Modified Miller Beach Market Still Open!

    Hello 2021 from the Miller Beach Farmers Market! It’s already … interesting. Did you know that if you place your Market orders by Friday you can pick up Sunday? And as always, you support  local vendors by ordering some delicious food for yourself.      Pre-order by Friday for pick-up at the Market:…

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Biggest Mistakes People Make When Buying a Car

Biggest Mistakes People Make When Buying a Car

Purchasing a vehicle is a substantial financial decision. The last thing you want to do is drive off the lot, only to be met with a heaping serving of buyer’s remorse down the road. To avoid getting a bad deal, it’s important to be aware of some of the biggest mistakes people make when buying…

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Creating Curb Appeal in the Winter Months

    Creating curb appeal is important in real estate and can increase the value of a home by as much as 17 percent. But it can be challenging to achieve great curb appeal in the cold weather months.         Here is a checklist from the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), an…

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Dyer Indiana Opens NEW Skating Rinks

Dyer Indiana opened two new ice rinks at the tennis courts of Northgate Park along Calumet Avenue in Dyer Indiana, a project that has long been in the making. The rinks may be closed due to warm temperatures according to Dyer Director of Parks and Recreation Michael O’Shea. The rinks will be open from 10…

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Unapologetically Noir Photography Exhibit

     “What does it mean to be black?” is one of the main questions centered around the exhibit  “Unapologetically Noir.” Featuring over 30 photographs of black men and women from all walks of life, Anderson showcases diverse physical and mental characteristics of the participants. Opening Reception to be held Friday, February, 5th, 2021, Exhibit…

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Sledding in Northwest Indiana

It can get boring during the Pandemic during the winter months, however Sledding happens to be a socially distant activity for Family Fun in Northwest Indiana. In spite of the Pandemic, we suggest getting out and having some good, clean outdoor fun. Here’s a list of places to go sledding for your winter pleasure. Sledding…

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