When I think surf and turf, I think rich and overwrought.
My approach to food is pretty simple. I firmly believe that if you can eat it, you can grill it.
Diagnosed with ALS last June, Eric Dahl is cherishing this Father's Day with his family.
Luke Gore spends this father's day as a new father with his wife Cheryl and their 5-month-old adopted baby boy, Bartholomew. The Gores have been with baby Bart since they brought him home at two days old.
Luke Gore is celebrating his first Father's Day as a dad after he and his wife Cheryl adopted baby boy Bartholomew.
Cheryl Gore and her husband, Valparaiso assistant basketball coach Luke Gore, adopted their son, Bartholomew, five months ago when Bart was just two days old.
Region residents advise Father's Day newbies
I have many fond memories of my father and I am blessed that occasionally he remembers some of the stories that I tell of my childhood.
Dan and Janet Breed of St. John, shown in this 2009 family portrait, are working to strike an ideal family balance between work and at-home duties with their three children, Charlie, 6, Logan, 5, and Kellen, who is now 20-months-old.
VALPARAISO | Dan Rau said most of the men he meets with each week at the Family & Youth Services Bureau have had negative experiences with their fathers.
Statistics show there were more than 150,000 stay-at-home dads last year. "I've never thought of myself as a statistic, but I also would never have thought I'd be a stay-at-home dad," says Dan Breed, 40, of St. John.
This Sunday we celebrate Father's Day. Like Mother's Day, it should not be thought of as a day invented to sell cards and other gifts. Rather it should be a time of reflection and thanks to all of those who have made a positive impact in our lives. Many of us have been blessed to have positi…
Have your kids make a homemade gift this Father's Day -- and deliver it wrapped in something they made, too.
FOR LAIDBACK DADS
"What do you want for Father's Day?" I ask my husband, Dan.
Are you among the growing number in the ranks of "Stay-At-Home Dads?"
Chef Joe Pavell loads containers with golden brown perch for a catering order in 2010 at Teibel's Family Restaurant in Schererville.
When Steve Teibel tries to list some of the major changes his family's restaurant has experienced during the past 80 years, it's a list of what's still the same that seems far more prominent in his mind.
Paul Teibel, left, runs the 80-year-old Teibel's restaurant with his dad, Steve, and grandfather, Harold, looking on from a family portrait in the lobby. Teibel's is a classic family run restaurant in the area for decades.
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