I have fought on the front lines of the dress code wars for many years now.
I swear I'm not a technophobe.
We have just closed the book on an extraordinarily beautiful issue of Shore magazine that includes a vast array of discoveries, rebirths and humble Renaissance. I had almost completely forgotten about the Paw Paw River running through southwest Michigan, until Tony Martin used it as a backdr…
I swear I'm not a technophobe.
Northwest Indiana radio came alive on Friday night in Valparaiso with a star-studded cast including Senator Ed Charbonneau as Superman, Heather McCarthy and Leigh Morris and Saturday afternoon John Records Landecker broadcasting from Top Dog in Michigan City.---Pat Colander, Associate Publis…
John Records Landecker is on the air every night in Chicago on WLS-FM (94.7FM).
Let’s face it, humor writers are never taken seriously.
The Mayan descendants at Maroma Beach are unconcerned about a possible apocalypse; Prancer Redux exhibit and party in LaPorte, Fashion on the Shore Model Call and a unique holiday gift idea.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
We connected with a few people who were willing to share stories of their special ornaments, from comic to heart-warming.
Rick Kaempfer touts David Stern's Balding Handbook and an exclusive, tell-all-he-can-remem(oir)ber coming next year from John Records Landecker and Eckhartz Press. And straight from the Rock 'n Roll HOF, 80 stunning photographs. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
I’ve been a frequent contributor to Shore magazine since it was founded in 2005, but this issue marks a milestone for me. It’s the first time I’ve ever been asked to contribute to the Fashion and Design issue.
Can you imagine being in the pitch meeting when they came up with the WGN-TV Morning News?
Sir George Martin is an icon in the music business. If he had done nothing else in his career, the fact that he was the producer of every Beatles album except Let It Be would have been enough to cement his place in rock ’n' roll history. He was their mentor, and they were my heroes.
Every Independence Day my buddies and I supply the neighborhood with a slice of Americana.
On paper it sounded like a good idea; four old college buddies canoeing down the Wisconsin River. In reality, it was the worst vacation of my life.
Romantic adventures with NISO's concert of requited (Schumann) and unrequited (Tchaikovsky) tomorrow night and a collaborative work about George Mallory's frustration with Mt. Everest and on Saturday an exhibition by inspiring artist-couples. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, S…
Great visuals are coming up, including the Abstract Expressionism of Robert Rauschenberg opening tonight at GRAM; Anthony Droege's paintings at Main Street Galleries in Benton Harbor starting tomorrow and an exhibit for Black History Month at KIA. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Edit…
When my wife told me that she wanted to sign us up for a cooking class with another couple, I must admit, I wasn't thrilled by the prospect.
CBS Morning Weatherperson Megan Glaros and her brother Matt co-host Shore Bridal event Sunday; Tryon Farm's Eve and Ed Noonan present at Cliff Dwellers next week and Andy Urschel and Justin Treasure direct Albee's 'The Goat' at CTG opening Friday. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Ed…
Follow The Times
15% cash discount at Walter E Smithe!
Children Learn While they Play at A Step Up Career Academy Center ~ Enroll at A Step Up Career Academy Center to help your toddlers learn developmental and communication skills at an early age!
Childcare for kids ranges from 6 weeks to 12 years old.
Now is the Time to Get Your New Windows Installed. Call Midwest Remodeling Windows & Doors Now & Buy 1 Window, Get 1 Window Free. Call Now!!
We are a local established general contractor & will work …
Teaching Children to step up the ladder of success ~ Call A Step Up Career Academy today for more information about their child care services!
We promote and encourage children to make career choices of th…
Does political infighting hamper economic development in NWI?