Title: 100 Things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die
Author: Joseph S. Pete
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
The sweeping sandhills, expansive beaches and endless horizon of Lake Michigan draw countless visitors to the Indiana Dunes National Park and the Indiana Dunes State Park, two of the Hoosier State’s top attractions. But there’s more to Gary and Northwest Indiana than just the “salt-free” beaches where many Midwesterners soak in the sun. 100 Things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die is packed with insider tips for delicious dining, stimulating arts and culture, outdoor adventures, and one-of-a-kind shopping in the Calumet Region.
Tackle the 3-Dune Challenge or try your luck at one of the many casinos. Explore the National Mascot Hall of Fame and find hidden gems like fine arts galleries and the best farmers markets. Save room for sampling local delicacies like lemon rice soup or lake perch—then wash it all down with the elusive Zombie Dust beer.
Local author Joseph S. Pete takes visitors and locals alike on this detail-rich journey through the Region. Let his energized ideas fuel your imagination for your next visit to Northwest Indiana.
The Times of Northwest Indiana Business reporter and columnist Joseph S. Pete won first place for coverage of social justice issues for his stories on unions' fights for better safety, working conditions and pay in the Calumet Region Pete placed third
Times of Northwest Indiana columnist Joseph S. Pete will be at Paul Henry's Art Gallery on Saturday to sign copies of his new book, which explores the Indiana Dunes National Park, shipwrecks, Lake Michigan submarines and more Calumet Region history.
Joseph Pete has spent his entire life in Northwest Indiana, often making his way over the border to shop and dine in Lansing. He’s gotten to know much about the area in the past decade of writing for the Times
From a Scottish castle to a shipwreck in a national park, Northwest Indiana offers several interesting spots to check out on a late summer road trip.
The author of the new Secret Northwest Indiana book, which explores Region oddities and hidden histories, will appear at the Book Warehouse at the Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets mall in Michigan City.
New Secret Northwest Indiana book by Region author serves as a “Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure” – NWILife.com
Where in the landlocked state of Indiana can you sunbathe on a beach in the shadow of hulking steel mills, surf by an oil refinery or scuba-dive to see old shipwrecks? A blend of Indiana and neighboring Chicago, Northwest Indiana is
A new book called Secret Northwest Indiana: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure has been released. The author joins Good Day Saturday to chat about it.
Author/Times reporter Joseph Pete is uncovering interesting historical facts and cultural information in his latest book. Secret Northwest Indiana: A Guide To The Weird, Wonderful and Obscure, published by Reedy Press, features a variety of fascinating places, objects and more located
Joseph S. Pete, author of Lost Hammond and 100 Things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die, joins host Thomas J. Roach, Ph.D. to discuss the history of Hammond, Indiana and surrounding Northwest Indiana. They highlight current
Explore the wild and wacky Northwest Indiana attractions just outside Chicago with the new book 100 things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die.
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If you want to know what you shouldn't miss while exploring Northwest Indiana, ask Joseph S. Pete. Pete, a staff writer for The Times, recently released his second book 100 Things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die.
"Times" business reporter Joseph Pete has written another book that looks into the Region in great detail. This latest book, published by Reedy Press, is titled 100 Things to Do in Gary and Northwest Indiana Before You Die.