Chicago Gossip Columnist Irv "Kup" Kupcinet with Peggy and Chester Potempa in Kup's Lakeshore Drive Apartment in December 2002
Chicago Gossip Columnist Irv "Kup" Kupcinet with Peggy and Chester Potempa in Kup's Lake Shore Drive Apartment in December 2002, with a portrait of Kup's late daughter Karyn hanging in the bedroom.
Times readers met Oscar, the rooster from the Potempa Farm, in 2004, at a book signing party at Barnes and Noble bookstore in Merrillville celebrating the release of Times Columnist Philip Potempa's first cookbook "From the Farm: Family Recipes and Memories of a Lifetime" (2004 Pediment Pres…
Chester Potempa's Custom Crafted Bluebird House and Peggy Potempa's Gift Basket of Homemade Jams and Preserves
Times Columnist Philip Potempa's father, Chester Potempa, created a custom crafted bluebird house, with Phil's mother Peggy Potempa assembling a "From the Farm" gift Basket of her homemade jams and preserves for Lakeshore Public Media's 2013 Annual Holiday Auction.
1966 Pillsbury Bake-Off Winner Mari Jane Petrelli with Times Columnist Philip Potempa at the 46th Annual Pillsbury Bake-Off in Las Vegas
Smiling 1966 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner Mari Jane Petrelli chats with Times Columnist Philip Potempa in the ballroom of the Aria Hotel and Casino at the 46th Annual Pillsbury Bake-Off in Las Vegas on Monday, Nov. 11.
Times Columnist Philip Potempa with actress Marcia Wallace in October 1999 in Joliet, Ill.
It’s coming, not tomorrow, but soon. You and I will be asked by our federal and state representatives how the nation and Indiana should pay for the roads we drive.
Investor pumping millions into blighted Indy properties
Seattle Sutton and Times Columnist Philip Potempa exchange cookbooks in this January 2010 photo at the launch of the 2010 Slim Down Challenge.
I received a voice mail from a former client. The message indicated he needed to do some estate planning. He wasn't sure if he needed a living will or just a will, but he definitely needed something.
Are Hoosiers satisfied to be the best of the worst? Is mediocrity our highest level of aspiration? I like to believe the answer to those questions is NO, but I have my doubts.
Last week I was asked in an interview, “What are the challenges facing owners of small businesses?” It was a simple yet thought-provoking question.
Hospital cuts part of multi-year cost-cutting plan
Changes spark closure fears
Peggy and Chester Potempa with Bride's Gown displayed at 40th Wedding Anniversary Party in 1993.
Business index remains low
Digonex inks retail deal
Times Columnist Philip Potempa with White House reporter Helen Thomas at a reception in Chicago in September 1999.
Judges at Purdue Calumet University Garden Contest with Coordinator Matt Dudzik (left to right) and John Bachmann, Leticia Toma and Philip Potempa.
Purdue Calumet Garden Contest Coordinator Matt Dudzik (left) joins judges Purdue Calumet Grounds Supervisor John Bachmann, Purdue Calumet Special Projects Administrator Leticia Toma and Times Columnist Philip Potempa surveying the winning garden, which includes a large concrete urn, surround…
A Carroll County community is hoping millions of dollars in investments will help it become a tourist destination. Delphi Mayor Randy Strasser says the construction of the Hoosier Heartland Corridor has created a "sense of urgency" for the city to give people reasons to get off the highway a…
Times Columnist Philip Potempa with teacher Janet Hetterscheidt, following his return to North Judson-San Pierre High School to serve as commencement speaker in June 2001.
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