Category Archives: Movies

4 Biographical Musicals We’d Love to See

     A little while back, you might have seen Panoramanow’s glowing review of “Jersey Boys,” which has become one of the more special and timeless musicals of all time. At this point, it’s beloved as its own project. But, it’s also proven that the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons has staying power…

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Valparaiso’s Innovative Film Nominated for Best Documentary

“Making Paradise,” an innovative documentary taking place in Valparaiso, Ind., has been nominated for Best Documentary Film at the 2017 Prince of Prestige Academy Awards. A total of five films have been nominated for the award. Judging is comprised of a committee of individuals from the art community, including film makers, actors and professors. The…

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Miller Beach Arts & Creative District

     The Miller Beach Arts & Creative District strives to be a dynamic hub of creative cultural and economic activity that transforms the unique community and environment of Miller into a vital part of the city of Gary and the surrounding region. The Miller Beach Arts & Creative District convenes artists of all media…

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Highland Town Theater Receives Grant

Highland Town Council President Bernie Zemen announced that the Town of Highland has been awarded a $50,000 Place Based Investment Fund (PBIF) grant through the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development (IOTD), to refurbish the Town Theatre’s marquee and façade. The grant award was announced yesterday…

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Hobart Summer Market, Movies & Brews!

     Every Thursday in the summer the City of Hobart is Proud to present their Summer Market on the Lake, locate at 4th and Main. What’s started out as just a market has turned into a full fledged Festival complete with a Movie in the Park for the Kids (at the Market Bandshell),  Live…

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Hoosier Theater Presents Chaplin’s 1921 “THE KID” Whiting Indiana

The Hoosier theatre salutes Charlie Chaplin’s illustrious character The Tramp when live silent cinema returns for Whiting audiences with the iconic Chaplin’s own 1921 comedy-drama “The Kid,”  accompanied by veteran photoplay organist Jay Warren at the historic Hoosier Theatre on Sunday, April 24th at 2p.m. located at 1335 – 119th Street in Historic Downtown Whiting,…

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