At the time of this writing - July 22, 2016 - the Cubs are good at baseball. Let’s keep it that way.
To be exact, they’re 20-games over .500 at 57-37 with a half-game lead over the San Francisco Giants for the best record in baseball. And if anything, they’re under-performing as they have nearly 100 more runs in the positive on their differential -- they’ve scored 151 more runs than they’ve given up this year. The Giants have scored 59 more than they’ve given up. Again, they’re good.
I am currently hiring for Coverage Journalists in the Northwest Indiana area. As a Coverage Journalist you will get to travel to places you may have never been, talk to people you have never met, and document your travels through photos and the written word.
There is a lot going on in our local and national communities right now. I could list them, but you know them.
The subject of "things to do in Valparaiso for teenagers" was an active one this week, and being the positive news place for Valpo, we want to gather all of your suggestions for Things for Teenagers to do in Valparaiso. We encouraged readers to share their positive suggestions only, as with all our content all the time. There are plenty of other places for debates of all kinds.
The Fourth of July weekend party in The Region officially kicked off yesterday with the Duneland Chamber of Commerce Fireworks, and if you’re not planning on becoming the next BBQ king or queen this weekend...shame on you, because I set you up for success last week and solid gold advice doesn’t come along every week. In fact, most weeks I am talking about Prairie Home Companion or Bob Ross. Heck, I am not even sure if I will ever have any more good advice for you.
For most people there’s four seasons in a year: spring, summer, winter, and fall. As a sport’s fanatic I typically view the world in three seasons: Colts, Pacers, and Reds.
Here’s the thing: I’m bisexual. That’s not a word I’ve spoken out loud more than a few times. That’s not a word I have used to describe myself to more than just two people privately. That’s not really been a word I have put much thought into talking about, let alone writing to thousands of people about.
It’s festival time in Northwest Indiana and for the first time I am excited.
For the past week my Facebook feed has been flooded with talks of a revolution. A certain political candidate sparked a number of these posts while the unfortunate passing of Muhammad Ali generated conversations on a man who talked of war between the ropes, and fought for peace outside of them.
I give up on trying to live in a spoiler-free world.
About six weeks ago, my wife and I began watching Game of Thrones to catch up with the insanely popular show before it finished its sixth season. Going into it, the only thing I knew was that just about every character on the show dies. Love ‘em? They’re dead. Hate ‘em? They’re dead. I knew that going in, and it got me thinking about spoilers.
The funny part about life are those little moments, I call them “awakenings,” when things become clearer. They usually become clearer after “sleepenings,” as I call them. Sleepenings are those moments in life when you are running in high gear for so much time and then realize your parking brake is still up.