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10 Best Fishing Spots in Northwest Indiana

Posted on August 20, 2015 at 2:52PM | Posted by Jake Giles, IT Support-Video Production Associate Related Blog Categories: Great Outdoors Things to Do

There are a variety of good fishing spots within the Northwest Indiana area, whether you're looking for a quick trip or an all-day fishing excursion, the region has someplace to suit your needs. Many of these locales offer the ability to fish year round, though this list is specifically for those who are looking to spend some time fishing during the summer months. If you're looking for any particular type of catch, it's best to research each individual spot because the types of fish vary depending on location and time of the season. Now here are ten fantastic places in the region to cast a line this summer!…More

Getting Familiar With Asparagus

Posted on August 1, 2015 at 7:28AM | Posted by Tyler Malec, Digital Content Specialist Related Blog Categories: Restaurants

Find me a FAM tour and let me go on it. Working in tourism makes me a lucky fellow. I was one of the two people from the bureau to play host on a FAM tour through our area for travel writer Connie Reed, and we visited Asparagus Restaurant for lunch to refuel before heading out to last weekend's Pierogi Fest ® (like you really need to refuel before that fest). I may not be part of any sort of chorus, but it didn't stop my taste buds from singing high praises.…More

Pierogi Fest® is a staple of summer in the South Shore

Posted on July 15, 2015 at 12:05PM | Posted by Jake Giles, IT Support-Video Production Associate Related Blog Categories: Events

One of the best parts about the region in Northwest Indiana, is how many cultures come together to create diversity along the South Shore. This is an area where not only so many different ethnicities thrive, but their traditions converge into a melting pot of deliciousness. In my mind, there's no finer example of this than Whiting's annual Pierogi Fest®. Each year during the last full weekend of July, thousands gather in downtown Whiting for a spectacle of food, fun and festivities.…More

Newton County Pun’kin Vine Fair provides classic and new adventures

Posted on July 13, 2015 at 1:44PM | Posted by Sara DeYoung, Guest Blogger Related Blog Categories: Events

If you could put the month of July on your tongue it would taste like elephant ears, pork burgers and soft serve swirl ice cream. It smells like wood shavings and a smoky sweetness mixed with fresh cut grass. It sounds like the community band playing "John Phillip Sousa," the crow of a rooster and old friends laughing. …More
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