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Chicago Attorney Scott Yonover, a 1982 graduate of Munster High School, with actress and friend Sally Kellerman in Chicago last week to promote her new autobiography "Read My Lips" ($26 Weinstein Books).
Mary Beth Schultz, of Valparaiso and her recipe for Savory Chicken Liver Pâté, are both Mother's Day favorites.
Chef Jennifer Ruzbasan of Hobart, the head chef at St. James Manor and Villas in Crete, Ill., displays her award-winning recipe for Orange-Ginger Chicken Stir Fry.
The Hine Family, including (left to right) Bill and Ganna Hine of Lowell, Jeanette Wobith of North Judson, Linda and Ray Hine of Franklin, Ind. and Pat and Larry Hine of Crown Point, reunited Saturday at the 2013 San Pierre Alumni Dinner.
A moist combination of flavors, with cranberries and walnuts, are the key and colorful ingredients for an easy cranberry-nut bread.
Mary Junck, CEO of Lee Enterprises, returned to Valparaiso University, where she graduated in 1969, to tour the campus Wednesday and visit with journalism students.
Kirsten Goodwin's recipe for Elegant Sweet Grape Salad includes a fluffy, creamy cloud contrast to the key flavor ingredient of plump grapes.
Valparaiso University student Guy Shabtay displays his family recipe for Israeli Salad, a simple combination of diced fresh vegetables, including cucumber, onion and tomatoes, tossed with olive oil and lemon juice.
Chef Terry Zych of Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana and his culinary and hospitality students display their prepared hor d'oeuvre course at Sunday's 12th Annual Dine with the Chefs 2013 Charity Gala at Avalon Manor in Merrillville.
Chef Emeril Lagasse at the 2013 International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago at McCormick Place
Chef Emeril Lagasse discussed proper food storage while appearing at the 2013 International Home and Housewares Show at McCormick Place in Chicago on Monday, March 4, 2013.
Ann N. Davis, production manager and technical director for Theatre at the Center in Munster, is shown seated (far left) surrounded by her staff and colleagues on the set of "Fox on the Fairway," the new comedy featuring her set design, running until March 24.
Theatre at the Center's Production Manager/Technical Director Ann N. Davis, works closely with the Munster venue's general manager Richard Friedman (left) and artistic director William Pullinsi while planning the set and scenery design for productions.
Valparaiso University sophomore Barrett Younghans, 20, of Goshen, Ind. displays his recipe for Chocolate Chip Muffins.
Gossip Columnist Hedda Hopper, whose trademark became an array of attention-getting hats, had more than 1,000 unique designs to pick from in her collection. One of her personally owned hats, featuring silk flowers, was on display Sunday at Teibel's.
Len Ellis, front, standing with his son, Leigh Ellis, in the main studio of Radio One Communications headquarters in Valparaiso in November 2009, has been named Columbia College Chicago Alumnus of Year for 2013.
Joe Ferguson, 17, of Dyer, stocks bags of sidewalk salt Monday at Gus Bock Ace Hardware on Ridge Road in Lansing, Ill.
Cecilia Zubler, center director for Barker Mansion at 631 Washington St. in Michigan City, led a team of designers to oversee the recreation of the two "apple green" wool area rugs in the drawing room of the 38-room mansion.
The patterns and designs of recreated wallpaper that adorn the 38-rooms of Barker Mansion in Michigan City share the same era of elegance of the early 1900s as the estate decor of the popular PBS series "Downton Abbey."
An oval framed picture of railroad mogul John H. Barker and his watchful eye is a focal point of a staircase landing contrasted with a feudal lord scene wallpaper design at Barker Mansion in Michigan City.
Red and green Maraschino cherries are chopped and added to the stiff cake batter to create colorful "confetti flecks" for the recipe for Thrifty Pound Cake during the holidays.
Dr. K. Doshi, of Munster Medical Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic, is a board certified anesthesiologist practicing in Northwest Indiana for 25 years and now trained in medical acupuncture from UCLA Helms Medical Institute.
A treatment room at Munster Medical Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic offers a quiet space for patients looking for relief and results.
Purdue North Central student Jackie Ruchti, 17, of Valparaiso, loves to share her Swiss Christmas recipes and traditions with friends.
Contest Winner Barb Pakan of Munster displays a platter of her delicate fruit filled cookies called "Keflee," a Hungarian baking recipe tradition for the holidays.
"Keflee" are delicate, flaky fruit filled cookies that are a holiday tradition in Hungarian kitchen culture.
Spiced Apple Cake with Buttercream Frosting is the winning recipe whipped up by Julie Yarusinsky, 22, a senior studying marketing and management at Purdue University Calumet.
Madonna Thelen, floral manager of WiseWay Foods in Valparaiso, displays two of the more popular blooming plants for winter color, a bromeliad in foreground and a white azalea behind it.
Purdue North Central Freshman Morgan Hancock, 18, of Valparaiso, displays her glass jar holiday gift kits for her Cowboy Cookies recipe.
Fresh and moist zucchini bread, created by Times Columnist Philip Potempa's mother Peggy, is easy to make, using a simple family recipe by retired farm town teacher Anne Eckert.
Edgar Bergen's Mortimer Snerd (left) with Charlie McCarthy and Effie Klinker at Chicago Museum of Broadcast
Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's famed friends Mortimer Snerd (left), Charlie McCarthy and Effie Klinker are displayed at Chicago's Museum of Broadcast.
Debbie Reynolds and Korey Eckley
Dan and Joanne Urschel
Sara Heinold, Dan and Karin Abrell, and Mary Beth Schultz
Times Columnist Philip Potempa's twin nephews Billy and Bobby with a large wild mushroom find in 1992.
This mother and daughter duo from the Chicago south suburbs teamed for their tribute to "Alice in Wonderland," with Mom as Alice and toddler daughter as The White Rabbit at Brookfield Zoo's Oct. 27, 2012 Halloween Costume Contest and Parade.
Saturday's Brookfield Zoo 2012 costume winners from Oct. 27 include farm chickens, a dolphin trainer, an egg and chicken, the whale from the movie "Big Miracle," Jack from "Nightmare Before Christmas," a mad scientist, Snoopy and Woodstock, and three sushi rolls, including shrimp and salmon.
The Halloween costume winners at Brookfield Zoo on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012, were a NASA space family, a Mario Brothers Video family, an "Alice in Wonderland" family, Jack from "Nightmare Before Christmas," a peacock, a zombie doctor and a disco ball.
MHS student actresses Hope Krajnak (left) of Crown Point as Wicked Witch of the West and Cree Smith of Hobart as Dorothy with Director Thomas Mackey.
Final garden finds this time of year include green tomatoes that have escaped frost. One of Times Columnist Philip Potempa's tomato plants photographed this week under the watchful eye of a garden gnome, even sports late season yellow blossoms.
Winners from Brookfield Zoo's 2012 Costume Contest on Saturday, Oct. 20, included (left to right) spooky Michael Myers from the film "Halloween," the Flintstone Family in their car, Edward Scissorhands, Bubblebath, Jellyfish, Bumblebee (held by mom) Wolf and Three Pigs and Lego Ninjas.
Winners of the 2012 Brookfield Zoo Halloween Costume Contest from Sunday, Oct. 21, include (left to right) Gumby, Jellyfish, Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood, Ninja, Globe, Clown Inmate, Fox and Chick Magnet and Chicks.
A 1940s bedroom dresser bureau with mirror increases with value depending on the condition of the wood and design details.
Times Columnist Philip Potempa snapped this photo of Martha Stewart while strolling with her through the ballroom "makeshift-kitchen" competition area at the 45th Annual Pillsbury Bake-Off at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando in March 2012.
Fiberglass Dancing Bear from Sauzer's Kiddieland Now a Focal Point at DC's Country Junction in Lowell
A towering fiberglass "dancing bear," originally a highlight to greet children at Sauzer's Kiddieland in Schererville prior to closing in 1994, is now a focal point in the arcade area of DC's Country Junction in Lowell.
A rustic jail motif, including rusty bars and "wanted posters" anchors the side-stage space of the main dance floor of DC's Country Junction in Lowell.
Dan Ward, manager of DC's Country Junction in Lowell, started with the popular country western music entertainment rural venue in 1981 and still remains center stage.
The bar area of DC's Country Junction in Lowell is clearly identified since the venue is licensed as a "family entertainment venue."
What was formerly a horse stables and indoor riding arena in 1975 has remained a popular transformed country music entertainment venue for more than 30 years in Lowell called DC's Country Junction.
Ladies wear smiles and silly homemade hats for Hammond's 2012 Bizarre Bazaar Festival earlier this month.
Patricia Kincaid of Hammond has turned Sock Monkey crafting into other fun animal toys, like the family of pigs perched on her shoulder.
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