NWI Perspectives: recreation
Rafi Wilkenson has lived in Chicago and South Bend. It wasn't until recently he found what lies in between.
Tourism agencies are increasingly turning to social media to connect visitors with all that Lake and Porter counties have to offer.
More than 1.1 million visitors flocked to Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton in 2013, attracted by its 2,182-acres of landscape and its soaring dunes and sandy beaches.
You name it and Northwest Indiana likely has a festival to celebrate it. Nearly every community throughout the region hosts some sort of festival during the year.
At 85 years young, Mary LeVan, of Hammond, never misses a show at Beatniks on Conkey in her hometown.
Teibel's Family Restaurant founders hit on a winning formula in 1929 when they opened their doors at the crossroads of U.S. 41 and U.S. 30, in Schererville.
Boasting 340-plus guest rooms, an indoor waterfall pool and its own in-house comedy club among other amenities, the landmark Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza attracts guests from all over.