Joe Jackson, father of the late Michael Jackson, second from right, joined Mayor Rudy Clay, far right in honor of what would have been Michael's 53rd birthday. The senior Jackson cut the 360 degree cake made by Sugarbuds in Toronto that featured images from Michael's career.
Pictured is The MegaBeatles jam from a past Beatles at the Barn event.
A variety of lawn ornaments are part of the Small's Garden Center exhibit at the 35th annual Home and Lifestyle show at the Porter County Expo Center.
Tammy Poland of Westville, center, works with her daughter, Heather at the HP Granite exhibit Friday at the annual Home and Lifestyle show at the Porter County's Expo Center. Their company provides countertops, fireplace surrounds, table tops and more.
Brandin Bryan of Valparaiso, left and Richard Scott of Highland take a break while working the Home Pro and Bath Pro exhibit Friday at the 35th annual Home and Lifestyle show in the Porter County Expo Center. This year's show features a home improvement focus with lots of new products, said …
A variety of ornaments at the Horses Garden Center Inc. exhibit Friday at the 35th annual Home and Lifestyle show at the Porter County Expo Center.
Kiera Quealy plays Esmeralda Smythe during a matinee performance of "The Princess and the Pea" Wednesday morning for third-grade students from Duneland elementary schools at Chesterton High School. Students asked the cast questions, and took a tour of the theatre following the performance. C…
CHESTERTON Third-grade students from Duneland elementary schools attend a matinee performance Wednesday of "The Princess and the Pea" at Chesterton High School.
Misty Banzen, manager at Sheffield's Sports Bar and Grill stands in the bar at the Dyer restaurant. Phil Holub recently bought Sheffield’s Restaurants in Dyer and Merrillville with co-owner Don Reed.
Customers enjoy dinner in the main dining area at Sheffield's Dyer restaurant. Phil Holub recently bought Sheffield’s Restaurants in Dyer and Merrillville with co-owner Don Reed.
After twenty-two years, Lovell & Whyte owners Doug GeBraad and Jim Fitzmaurice are at home.
At the bottom of the dune, the beach beckons. "We spend a lot of time on the beach," says Fitzmaurice. "Almost every night, we sit on the beach and watch the dogs."
A collection of Rookwood lines the mantle above the fireplace.
Doug GeBraad and Jim Fitzmaurice turned a little beige-brick ranch from a weekend retreat into a lived-in home.
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