First Lady Mamie Eisenhower samples a piece of birthday cake, decorated to recreate a newspaper front page, with reporter Helen Thomas, at a reception in October 1959 hosted by the Women's National Press Club to mark the 40th anniversary of the organization, which Thomas, at the time, lead a…
CROWN POINT | Solon Robinson Elementary School fourth-graders welcomed Indiana first lady Karen Pence with hugs and handmade cards Friday when the governor's wife visited the building.
"The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln" is depicted in a Currier and Ives archive illustration.
It’s déjà vu all over again with designer Jason Wu’s new contemporary line Miss Wu, introduced on January 7 and being exclusively sold through Nordstrom [both in stores and online] for one year. That is, its mod girly vibe feels very 1960’s, an image Wu has played up by having his models pho…
INDIANAPOLIS | The first time Karen Pence painted the English Tudor house on North Meridian Street, she almost didn't finish. Skilled as a house portraitist, she decided to enter a painting in an art contest. The governor's residence would be her muse.
Karen Pence, the wife of Gov.-elect Mike Pence, sits down for a conversation with Indianapolis Star writer Shari Rudavsky, at Mama Bear's Cafe in Fishers, Ind.
As Michelle Obama stepped on stage with her husband in Chicago early Wednesday morning, she accepted her role not only as first lady but fashion tastemaker for four more years — this time, wearing a Michael Kors magenta silk chine pin-tucked dress.
Shore's Marcia Froelke Coburn has debate deja' vu'. Sawyer's Barry and Linda Patejdl launch a wine club and Shore Good Life Columnist George Aquino will lead a European food tour in 2013.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was a featured speaker in 1955 during the early years of the Sinai Forum lecture series, which brings famed names to Northwest Indiana for audience interaction.
LOS ANGELES | Betty Ford said things that first ladies just don't say, even today. And 1970s America loved her for it.
The past several Mondays have been blue for those of you seeking a Mitch Daniels presidential campaign.
Phil Potempa's weekly farm column recipe.
Those of us who remember the 60s remember first lady, the late Claudia Alta Taylor "Ladybird" Johnson, who urged us to "plant a tree, a bush, or a shrub" to help keep America beautiful.
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