The Duneland Photography Club, a group of photography enthusiasts from across Northwest Indiana, is exhibiting a group show titled “Seasons Change and So Did I” at the Chesterton Art Center in downtown Chesterton this month.

The title comes from the song “No Time” by The Guess Who.

“It depicts moving on from someone or something. This past year we have been dealing with the coronavirus that has affected us all in some way,” the Chesterton Art Center said in a press release. “So, this theme

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click to enlarge Screencaps from theglowt.com

Screencaps from theglowt.com

If you’re a reader of the lifestyle website Goop, you might follow their recommendations for “7 Ways to Renew Your WFH Space,” including buying an $800 countertop herb garden and a $345 coffee maker for those who have shifted to working from home. These kinds of lofty recommendations are part of the reason why three Pittsburgh women took their quarantine downtime to start The Glowt, a parody website that mocks the absurdity of lifestyle brands and wellness culture.

Pronounced like “gloat,” the website looks and acts like a Goop-style site in the spirit of other parody sites like The Onion or Reductress. Founders Emily Wentworth, Tegan Silva, and Jennifer Bouslog created the site when the pandemic hit because they wanted somewhere to channel their quarantine boredom. They launched The Glowt on Election Day in November 2020, figuring that plenty of

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