Ugly Christmas Sweater Party
CEDAR LAKE | Jim Bulanda and his cast of characters will play Sandbar for the 1st Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party at 5 p.m. on Dec. 9 at The Sandbar Grill, 13118 Lakeshore Drive.
A former collegiate football standout and a trio known for selling humorous holiday apparel received the Indiana State University Alumni Association's Graduate of the Last Decade, or GOLD, Award this year.
The Crown Point and St. John natives who run uglychristmassweaterparty.com are now autographing their new 152-page hardcover, "Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book," which they just launched with an appearance on "The Tonight Show."
When Adam Paulson was contacted earlier this year by a literary agent pitching a book project about ugly sweaters and themed parties dedicated to the worst of the worst in wool, he was skeptical.
CROWN POINT | From a $70 purchase of three ugly sweaters at a local Goodwill Store in 2009 to three seats tonight on Jay Leno's couch, a whimsical investment is paying off.
CROWN POINT | From candles, corn hole targets and bags to ugly Christmas sweaters, Crown Point's Winter Market offered a wide array of customers the opportunity to get their shopping done on a wonderful outdoor Saturday afternoon inside of a huge heated white tent.
A community recycling center has been established at Holy Spirit Catholic Church thanks to Frank Freitas, of Republic Services, and the Lake County Solid Waste Management District.
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