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Indiana Governor Orders Hoosiers to Stay Home

Governor Eric J. Holcomb delivered a statewide address today to order that Hoosiers remain in their homes except when they are at work or for permitted activities, such as taking care of others, obtaining necessary supplies, and for health and safety. The order is in effect from March 25 to April 7. “The next two…

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The Best Cosplay Tips for Beginners

The Best Cosplay Tips for Beginners

Cosplay, the portmanteau of costume play, is becoming one of the most popular activities today. Many people enjoy the creativity and freedom they get from dressing as their favorite movie, television show, anime, video game, or comic book characters. Cosplay gives these people a chance to show off their hard work and dedication since many…

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Common Causes of Residential Flooding

Common Causes of Residential Flooding

Water damage can seriously ruin a home. It can damage personal belongings, lead to mold growth, and make the home unlivable overall. Many people believe only coastal neighborhoods are at risk for floods, but the truth is it can happen almost anywhere. Consider these common causes of residential flooding to protect your home from serious…

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Things to do in Gary Indiana

Go To A Gary Railcats Baseball Game Symphony Concert at Indiana Dunes – Miller Beach Visit First Fridays on Lake Street Happenings at the Miller Beach Arts & Creative District Miller Beach Garden Walk Miller Beach Farmers Market Visit Beach Areas with Free Shuttle Busses   FIND OUT MORE! Things to do at Indiana Dunes…

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Tips for Keeping Your Family Safe on a Road Trip

Tips for Keeping Your Family Safe on a Road Trip

It’s easier to worry about having a problem on the road when you’re preparing to drive hundreds of miles in your car. If you’re planning a vacation with your family, here are some tips for keeping your family safe on a road trip so you can enjoy your destination. Buckle Up Appropriately First, you should…

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Mascot Hall of Fame Special Events

Check out these exciting special events right down the road at the one and only Mascot Hall of Fame.           At 11a.m. Feb. 20 it’s fun for the tiniest of mascots with Tiny Mascot Storytime.  Children under 5 are free with purchase of an adult admission.       Mascot Mardi Gras Celebration goes on with a…

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Cold Weather Fashion Tips: What to Wear in the Winter

Cold Weather Fashion Tips: What to Wear in the Winter

During the colder months of the year, staying warm is a top priority. However, that doesn’t mean your sense of style needs to get left out in the cold. Creative combinations and certain wardrobe staples allow you to look fashionable in the winter without freezing your boots off. These cold weather fashion tips will help you learn…

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Best Interior Renovations for Increasing Home Value

Best Interior Renovations for Increasing Home Value

When individuals are looking to sell their homes, they often neglect the value of the interior renovations and only focus on the curb appeal. This article introduces the best interior renovations for increasing home value. The Kitchen Without a doubt, the biggest value increaser is the kitchen. One of the many kitchen upgrades that will increase your…

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Calumet Revisited Lecture Series

Calumet Forum Programs 2020      Calumet Revisited Forums continue at Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) in 2020,  shedding light on the region’s rich human history and environmental treasures.        Feb. 4 will be Dr. Larry McClellan, author and retired dean at Governor State University will give a talk on the Underground Railroad…

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“Dana H” – Review by Carol Moore

** Somewhat Recommended **  I’ve had a difficult time writing a review of “Dana H”, a performance I’d call ‘reality stage’.  It was obvious from the applause that some people in the audience really liked it but it definitely wasn’t the show for me.  The subject matter is so gruesome my friend Helen had nightmares. …

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