Category Archives: Illinois

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Santa’s Mountain is Back at A Christmas Story in 2022

The Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond opened “A Christmas Story Comes Home” exhibit  Sat. Nov. 12 which runs through Dec. 30. presented by The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority, the popular exhibit, showcases a variety of scenes that people will recognize from the beloved 1980s film “A Christmas Story.”       The Indiana Welcome…

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Successful Thriller Dance Held by Mother Diva in Gary Indiana

Story by Valencia “Mother Diva” Dantzler,       Last weekend Thriller Dance 2300 (Founder & Executive Director Valencia “Mother Diva’ Dantzler ) a non profit organization which provides resources for Gary Indiana families continuing the legacy of Michael J. Jackson and StageCoach Productions (President/CEO Veteran, Cowboy & Buffalo Soldier Tommy O. Penson Jr.)  a non…

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5 Reasons Why Voting Is Important

by Lorann Lombardini      In a busy life, why is it important to vote?  Just like grabbing that hot, enlightening, and needed cup of coffee, you have to be sure you get your ballot and submit it!  We must elect people the way it was intended—openly, honestly, and fairly!         One, people fought…

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America’s Race Honoring 9-11 At Indiana Dunes

    Be prepared to low crawl, bear crawl, carry sandbags, drag dummies and negotiate numerous obstacles spread throughout the racecourse. Military Veterans and First Responders will get the first chance to sign-up. Registration will then be open to the general public and capped at 250 contestants. The race will have staggered start times so…

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What You Need To Know Before Learning To Ride a Motorcycle

What You Need To Know Before Learning To Ride a Motorcycle

Motorcycles look super cool, and they are also incredibly exciting to ride. Here’s what you need to know before learning to ride a motorcycle.

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How to Survive Today’s High Cost of Inflation

I remember the high inflation of the early 80’s and Late 70’s. There weren’t restaurants on every corner, because people only RARELY ate out. People had to cook every meal at home. And had to pack lunch for school and for outings.  I remember the restaurant parking lots were completely empty. And, there were no…

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Save Money on Groceries

 Grocery stores have forever practiced the marketing strategy of creating “LOST LEADERS” to attract customers to their store. A lost leader is exactly what is says, the store “looses money” on an item in order to “Lead” you into their store. What your money saving strategy should be is to only buy the “lost leaders”…

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How To Save Money On Gas

     As gas prices hit new heights during the heart of summer road trip season, travelers and commuters are looking for ways to safeguard their wallets and drive as efficiently as possible. By changing their driving practices and choosing the right tires, drivers can save significant amounts of fuel and help reduce emissions from…

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Car Shows in Northwest Indiana

For Local Car Show Calendar Click here! From maintenance to Driving Skills to High Performance Tips, Car buffs from all over the country will enjoy PanoramaNOW’s Many Car- Related Articles. Related Car Stories: • Inexpensive Way To Improve Your Vehicle • Ways You Are Hurting Your Car’s Longevity • Ways that Cold Weather Impacts Your Vehicle •…

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survive the high inflation crisis

How to Survive Today’s High Cost of Inflation

I remember the high inflation of the early 80’s and Late 70’s. There weren’t restaurants on every corner, because people only RARELY ate out. People had to cook every meal at home. And had to pack lunch for school and for outings.  I remember the restaurant parking lots were completely empty. And, there were no…

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