Historic Barker Mansion Blackout Tours for Halloween

Discover the untold, spooky side of Michigan City history. You’ll be surrounded by darkness as you tour the mansion with a guide; there’ll be tea lights to illuminate your path. During this eerie evening, we’ll tell little-known stories of our city’s creepy past and relate never-before told stories about the mansion. The ghost of Diana…

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Gary Steelyard Opens Up For a Weekend of GOLF!

        Join the Railcats at the ballpark October 8th – 10th at The Greens at The Steel Yard presented by Xfinity, a brand new, unique, and socially distanced chipping range inside the stadium that anyone can play.       This outdoor experience includes separate hitting bays for each party, greens in the outfield, food, beverages,…

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Items You Didn’t Know You Should Recycle

Items You Didn’t Know You Should Recycle

We all want to help out our planet and we all know it needs to be done. In addition to using your car less, turning your lights off, and reusing plastic, there are plenty of things that we know to recycle rather than waste in a garbage can. Anything we can do to keep landfills…

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These Are the Home Improvement Projects You Should Never DIY

These Are the Home Improvement Projects You Should Never DIY

There are some home projects that are easy—hanging new curtains, adding new throw pillows, even maneuvering furniture. Others take a bit more work. And then, there are some you shouldn’t even try to touch without a professional’s aid. Below, you’ll find the home improvement projects you should never DIY—from mold removal to roof repair, these…

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Ways To Make Your Shower Routine More Green

Ways To Make Your Shower Routine More Green

There’s no such thing as a Planet B. Mother Earth is all we have, so everyone must do their part to protect her. The best way to preserve the planet’s life is to live more sustainably. Bike to work instead of driving an SUV, and recycling is a must. You can even develop an eco-friendlier…

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Best Jobs for People With Physical Disabilities

Best Jobs for People With Physical Disabilities

Your life doesn’t stop when living with a physical disability, and you’re still going to need to provide for yourself if no one else can do it for you. These best jobs for people with physical disabilities come from industries that offer rewarding roles whether you’ve had to make a drastic career change due to…

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Griffith Opens Farmers Market Sept. 4th

     There’s still time to come enjoy some food, do some shopping, and listen to great music.      Bring out your lounge chairs and meet up with your family and friends.    Activities will continue on Friday, September 25th with their Annual Oktoberfest on October 3rd and 4th.      The stage will…

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Town Wide Garage Sale And Sidewalk Sale – Hammond Indiana

     Who is ready for the FUN of the FIND?      EVERYONE is welcome to participate and EVERYONE is invited to join us! If you love to go treasure hunting, if you love to shop, or if you like to learn about organizations in the area, then join us for a “haunting” good…

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Rock the Vote Event Downtown Valparaiso

     The Porter County Democratic Party is planning an election bash called “Rock the Vote” on Saturday, September 19th downtown Valparaiso, Indiana from 2pm – 5pm..       “Rock the Vote,” is planned to do exactly what it says – Rock the Vote. Want to Register to Vote, want info on Early Voting locations,…

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Christopher Buckley Reflects on Patriots Day

On this Patriots Day 19 years after the infamous September 11, 2001, Christopher Buckley recounts his horrific experience as a Marine in an infantry battalion in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. As he remembers that day, Buckley recalls a scene of complete pandemonium and chaos. Buckley was awoken at 3a.m. local time to loud sirens and a…

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