Category Archives: Lake County

Southlake Auto Cruise Night

Come out and join fellow car enthusiasts for their monthly Cruise Night usually held the First Tuesday of the Month except for May. The May Cruise will be May 14th, 2019. All makes, from rods, to customs, vintage and classic are welcome. Southlake Auto is located at 4191 E. Lincoln Hwy, (Hwy 30). For more…

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Griffith Right To Life Resale Shop

In 2019, Moms and Tots Resale Shop is hoping to change their hours to begin being opening during the week and weekend, toward the end of January. Starting January 22nd, they will be open Tue – Fri. from 10am to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. In order to do that they must have the volunteer…

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25 Years of Summer with the Symphony

It’s time to enjoy what many people near and far consider some of the most entertaining evenings that Whiting has to offer each year, the Summer with the Symphony concerts at the Whiting Pavilion.   The Whiting Park Festival Orchestra (WPFO) is conducted by Maestro Robert Vodnoy and the idea of what has become our own…

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Miller Beach Farmer’s Market

The Miller Beach Farmers Market has a new schedule for summer. Along with a newly revised Sunday schedule, they’re introducing three First Friday evening markets this year. For our opening weekends – you’ll get to experience the market TWICE!    Here are highlights for the season: • The Sunday market now runs 11am-3pm, every week,…

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13 Northwest Indiana Restaurants That Serve Prime Rib

     Our Comprehensive Overview of fine Northwest Indiana steakhouses and Steak Restaurants presents the top spots to get sizzling sirloin and fiery fillets – rare, medium, or well — to enhance your eating out experience. It’s very common today, to go to a restaurant and you can’t order Prime Rib. This can be very frustrating…

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Gibson Woods Has Lots of Environmental Fun!

Tucked away in the heart of the industrial region of northwest Indiana is an island of nature with some very unusual features. This 131-acre parcel of virtually “undisturbed” land is known as Gibson Woods Nature Preserve . . . a Lake County Park. Gibson Woods is one of the last sizeable remnant of high quality…

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Gregg Hertzlieb Art Display at Miller Beach

Quick! What do the sun, the moon, ghosts, and fish have in common? They’re all objects that present aspects of LaPorte artist Gregg Hertzlieb’s personality and interests. “Although pictures and imagery always defy words,” Hertzlieb explained, “the sun and moon could be the two sides of my personality, with the light of the sun representing…

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Black History Month Closing Reception

Due to the snow storm we had to reschedule our Opening Reception to a Closing Reception on Friday February 23. The exhibit runs until Sunday February 25 from 6-9pm, located at 540 S. Lake street, Miller Beach. View an eclectic exhibit of art and artifacts all celebrating the African culture and loaned by fellow community…

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Whiting Parks Saves Snowy Owl

by Gayle Faulkner Kosalko Hopefully, “Owl” be Back!        Officer Milford Hale with the WPD found a beautiful Snow Owl in Lakefront Park.  It appeared that its wing had been broken.      Ann Canning of the Park Department said that after many hours of calls, they found a wildlife rescue that was willing to take…

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Big River – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Actors James Romney in the role of Huck and Jonathan Butler-Duplessis in the role of Jim lead the cast of Theatre at the Center’s Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The musical begins previews Sept. 14 with opening night on September 17 for a run that continues through Oct. 15.  Based on Mark Twain’s 1884…

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