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What started out a year ago as six vendors on a sidewalk is now 130 vendors at the Lake County Fairgrounds with roughly 4,000 attendees.
Not every teenager spends their 16th birthday at a magic shop in Chicago, but Nathan Colwell of Schererville did.
Perhaps the harsh winter and gray skies made way for references of playful escapism in our homes this spring as bright, bold accent colors and Ikat designs with Moroccan influences are trending in decor.
Mixing it up is what's trending for 2014 weddings, from decor to dresses to new families.
Mandy Pappas of Crown Point has collected hundreds of wine corks and close to 40 yardsticks over the past two years. And she’s on the hunt for more items.
Seasonal staff members Clay Spencer and Garrett Magley prepare to bail a freshly cut tree at Guse Christmas Trees in Wanatah.
Guse Christmas Trees carries 12 varieties of trees but Fraser Fir is the most popular tree sold. It has short needles, open spaces between the branches for ornaments and has good needle retention.
Hot chocolate, a grandmother's homemade, secret recipe, and coffee is free to customers on the weekends at Guse Christmas Trees in Wanatah.
Garrett Magley trims off the bottom branches of a freshly cut tree before standing it on a machine that shakes all of the loose needles out from the tree. Magley is part of the seasonal staff at Guse Christmas Trees in Wanatah.
What started out as small business operating out of a two-car garage is now a 120-acre Christmas Tree farm.
Lorenzo Wallace of Crown Point bought linoleum floor tile from a local home improvement store, but he didn't use it on his floors.
Not everyone has garage sales floating around in their dreams. But Michelle Randall of Crown Point does.
Taking the time to prepare your garden for winter can improve your soil and overall make next year’s crop plentiful.
For gardeners, soil is the base and starting point of all the bountiful crops they hope to yield. Making sure the soil is garden-ready is an important first step to growing that bounty.
Not many five-year-olds know what a Civil War gravestone looks like but Joshua Graper of Crown Point certainly does.
If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle and show your family a different way of life, a back-to basics day trip to Shipshewana may be what you need.
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