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Here’s something to think about: which sugary glazed treat gets you more bang for your buck — a square doughnut or a round doughnut?
Indiana’s racing heritage isn’t limited to Indianapolis. In fact, Northwest Indiana might have had it first.
Nothing says summer quite like a big bowl of juicy, freshly picked blueberries. And luckily, Northwest Indiana’s crop of blueberries is one of the best in the country, with dozens of farms and produce vendors open to the public each year for the perfect pick-your-own experience.
Some might say the South Shore’s most important resource is its lakefront. Specifically, access to Lake Michigan’s huge expanse of water for shipping, sailing or just for swimming.
Today, the Indiana Dunes is a place of serenity, to enjoy the loveliness of nature and bask in the beautiful nature preserves set aside decades ago.
As the saying goes, “There’s more than corn in Indiana.”
In the corner of Hessville Park, at 172nd St. and Kennedy Avenue, sits a bright red schoolhouse right out of a children’s storybook.
Tucked in between the gargantuan BP refinery and glittering Horseshoe Casino, Whiting’s lakefront is a perfect example of the impact a successful redevelopment plan can bring.
There may be more residents of the South Shore than official population records suggest. Spectral residents, that is.
Sleek, elegant and futuristic, these 100-meter-high beacons of renewable energy have put Indiana on the map as a global clean energy leader.
In the late 1600s, a French Jesuit missionary known as Pere Marquette passed through Miller Beach on one of his final voyages through the Great Lakes region. Marquette was one of the first Europeans to explore the northern United States, and with the help of Native American guides and friend…
One of the Region’s most important thoroughfares has a long and stories history.
Presiding over Gary's lakefront for 93 years, the Gary Bathing Beach Aquatorium has been a focal point, an eyesore, a hazard, a condemned building and finally, a monument to the resilience of Gary and its residents.
Everyone lucky enough to reside on Lake Michigan’s South Shore is undeniably familiar with the South Shore Posters. They hang in nearly every office and a great number of homes, and are a visual symbol of the region’s proud cultural heritage.
Since 1938, the Hammond Civic Center has been synonymous with fun.
For a moment, picture what could have been.
The story of Wolf Lake is, in many ways, a reflection of the South Shore as a whole — although used and depleted by more than a century of industrial unconcern for nature, conservation efforts are bringing this diamond in the rough back to shining glory.
Among the railroads and industrial landscape in North Hammond and Whiting, one company has outlasted nearly all the others and become part of the region’s national identity.
One of only a dozen lighthouses in Indiana, Michigan City’s lighthouse, with its distinctive raised walkway and red roof, has shone its light on the chilly waters of Lake Michigan for 110 years.
It might be hard to believe now, with our culture of the family car, but America’s cities were largely developed by the spread of railways — specifically, electric interurban railways.
On May 9, hundreds of attendees got an up close and personal view of the latest in innovative fashions created by local designers at the third annual Fashion on the Shore event. Held at the Heritage Musuem and Cultural Center in St. Joseph, Mich., this yearly event brings local models and de…
When it comes to a runway fashion show, the clothes aren’t the only thing on display.
Tucked in a corner between Washington Park, Lighthouse Place Outlet Mall and Lake Michigan is Michigan City’s most recognizable landmark, second only to the historic red lighthouse.
Lyman Avenue in south Hammond was blocked Tuesday morning due to downed power lines in the road.
A tree toppled over at the roots near Lawndale Street and State Line Road in south Hammond in Monday's powerful storms, bringing a portion of the sidewalk with it.
A tree rests on power lines on Lyman Avenue in south Hammond Tuesday morning after powerful storms blew through the region overnight.
Large tree limbs rest on Midway Court and in front of homes in south Hammond Tuesday morning following powerful overnight storms.
A tree lies in the roadway on Lawndale Street at State Line Road in south Hammond Tuesday morning following Monday night's powerful storms.
Summer is in full swing and it's time to get the cover off the grill.---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
A love story for the ages, "Romeo and Juliet" is one of the world's best-known plays. Thousands of performances are undertaken each year by theater companies around the world.
A couple of elaborate food events prepare to go live this weekend in Michigan at the Inn at Harbor Shores and on Lake Street in Miller Beach. --- Pat Colander, Associate Editor and Publisher, Shore Magazine.
Not only is Kalamazoo's downtown recently rejuvenated and revitalized, but the city's food and drink scene is one of the best in the Midwest.
The biggest fashion event on the lakeshore is also a great evening for foodies; Fashion on the Shore 2014 features great eats from Classic Catering. --- Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Features Editor Kathleen Dorsey smiles with her mom Joyce Bryant.
Want to set your home’s alarm system? There’s an app for that.
Sharon Biggs Waller lives in the modern world, but she can relate to the past.
I found this recipe in college, and it’s been a cookie staple of my repertoire ever since.
I’ll be honest, when I found this recipe, I was just looking for a way to incorporate color into our cookies. But it was so easy and delicious, I’m sure I’ll be making these again. They are cakey yet dense, and go wonderfully with a glass of milk.
The holiday season is prime time for baking, sharing and eating cookies.
Going Out: Romantic movies in theaters on Valentine’s Day
We all know the benefits of a balanced diet, but for those at risk of heart disease, further steps may need to be taken. Doctors recommend that patients consume plenty of fruits and vegetables and foods containing fiber, while eliminating fats and unnecessary salt.
By Pat Colander
Another year, another opportunity.
A thousand magazines are published every holiday season with impossibly gorgeous and unattainable-looking tablescapes.
Sometimes it seems as though cancer is everywhere.
The experts at Tasty Olive Company, based in Highland, certainly know their stuff about this gourmet staple, and who knew chorizo could be used in desserts?---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Octopus Bacon, Jalapeno Puree, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Kalamata Olives, Yogurt
Cherry Balsamic Ice Cream, Toasted Marshmallow, Cherry Chutney, Hopped Vanilla Wafer, Bourbon Chocolate Ganache
Smoked Sweetbreads, Pancetta, Fennel, King Mushrooms, Sweet Corn Foam, Lemon, Chili Oil and Goat Cheese Consomme.
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