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Category: Arts & Entertainment
Indianapolis dining scene has more options all the time, from traditional steaks and Italian fare to eclectic new choices.
by Elizabeth J. Musgrave
I am delighted to be invited to create this culinary, wine and spirits column for Retirement Living. As the food and drink scene continues to thrive in tourism, local movements and education, the energy is positive and ever-expanding. To kick off …Read Full Article
Retirement is a great time to find a new passion, including painting.
by Carol Moore
Retirement means being busier than ever for Rita Berg of St. John. “I’ve always lived a very busy lifestyle,” she says. “I went from being busy in the medical community to being busy in the art community.” She’d always enjoyed crafting, even made her own cards, so she thought she …Read Full Article
A varied menu of music, art and theater, including lots of free offerings.
by John Cain
The Northwest Indiana Symphony continues its South Shore Summer Music Festival with free concerts, sponsored by Strack & Van Til and JPMorgan Chase, at Central Park in Griffith on July 25, Franciscan Communities in Crown Point on July 26, Wolf Lake Pavilion in Hammond on August 1 and Redar …Read Full Article
A roundup of festivals, events, theater, music, art, wine tastings and more, across Northwest Indiana and nearby cities.
by Jane Bokun
Summer and fall in Northwest Indiana, Chicago, Michigan, Indianapolis, South Bend and all throughout the area–it’s a thing to behold. People here couldn’t feel better about a lovely break from the polar vortex that we’ve had to deal with all winter and spring. Now …Read Full Article
From pop culture to popular movie music to two takes on “Hamlet.”
by John Cain
South Shore Arts opens its summer-long exhibit “Baby Boom or Bust” on June 15, featuring iconic imagery of the 20th century by artist Brian J. Sullivan along with memorabilia from an “atomic” childhood. As Baby Boomers arrive at the upper reaches of middle age, this exhibit takes a fond look …Read Full Article
A diversity of entertainment, from Johnny Cash to Agatha Christie.
by John Cain
Theatre at the Center will present “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash” at the Center for Visual & Performing Arts in Munster, February 20 through March 30. From the iconic songbook of Johnny Cash comes this unique musical about love and faith, struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption, home and …Read Full Article
Mid-Century Modern, holiday pops and the beloved leg lamp.
by John Cain
South Shore Arts is traveling back in time to a more glamorous age with Mid-Century Modern: Style in the Age of Mad Men. The term “Mad Men,” while associated today with the AMC cable television drama, was actually a slang expression coined in the 1950s by advertising executives working on Madison Avenue to …Read Full Article
A summer packed with arts and entertainment across the region.
South Shore Arts will present the fourth exhibit in its Outstanding Midwest Artist Series, this time featuring Chicago artist Chris Cosnowski, who paints icons of Americana in a photo-realistic style.
At once lifelike in detail and humorous in concept, Cosnowski’s artwork recalls Western …Read Full Article
FORT WAYNE – The University of St. Francis (USF) has collaborated with the Fort Wayne Ballet to offer four-year and two-year programs in dance through the university’s Fort Wayne Ballet Conservatory at the University of Saint Francis. It is the region’s only four-year degree of its type.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and Associate of Arts in Dance will prepare students for professional …Read Full Article
SOUTH BEND – Global Spectrum, operators of the Century Center, will host the River Bend Film Festival, April 3-6. The four-day festival, sponsored by Mid America Filmmakers and Downtown South Bend, will showcase everything from regional talent to Hollywood producers at three different venues in South Bend.
More than 50 local, national and international independent films in a wide variety of genres …Read Full Article