On Saturday, Beatles fans from across the Region gathered under the stars in Zao Island’s newest venue, the Greenhouse. They enjoyed a performance by one of our region’s premiere supergroups - the MegaBeatles, a Beatles tribute band composed of members from the CrawPuppies, the Chris and Lou Band, and Ed Reinhold.
Hey Jude! Just because the weather’s turning a little nippier doesn’t mean you have to bid farewell to music festival fun! In fact, this Saturday, you can experience all the enchantment of an outdoor concert while staying warm and dry indoors. Come Together at the GreenHouse at Zao Island for one of the most singular concert experiences of the season.
The true story about Astronaut Neil Armstrong. The man who overcame odds and the tragedies of his life to become the first man to ever step foot on the Moon.
First Man is rated PG-13 for some thematic content involving peril and brief strong language.
Director Damien Chazelle practically hit on all cylinders with the release of the early fall hit, First Man. One thing apparent early on in the movie is the interesting cinematography Chazelle chose to depict not only intense space flight, but also the 60’s era. The film is primarily filmed by hand with a lot of shaky cam scenes. This fit the rugged nature of the movie. I also enjoyed the first-person camera angles throughout. When dealing with something as intense as flying in a rocket ship to the moon, this...
Reporter Eddie Brock, played by Tom Hardy, has a solid reporting job and a stable relationship with his fiancé Anne, played by Michelle Williams. However, right when it seems life is going well, Eddie runs into issues that cost him the things that are most dear to any man. Just when his life could not get any lower, Eddie catches the eye of a different admirer. A living organism from space called a “Symbiote” has crash landed on Earth, and it chooses Eddie as its perfect host. With this new strength, will Eddie Brock choose to use these powers for good? Bad? Or maybe a bit of both?
Venom is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence, action and some language.
Story aside, Venom sports some absolutely beautiful cinematography from beginning to...
The Pavilion at Wolf Lake (PAV) welcomed Steve Miller Band for a beautiful Saturday night of live music featuring opening performances by Jamrose and Davy Knowles. With three tiers of admission, food vendors serving up summertime favorites like sweet corn and elephant ears, and bars in each section pouring domestic drafts and craft brews, the venue offered something for everyone, starting with the sunset over Wolf Lake and ending with Steve Miller Band.
Here Come the Mummies, an eight-piece funk-rock band of 5,000 year-old Egyptian mummies, comes to Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, 777 Blue Chip Drive, Michigan City, Indiana on Friday, October 5 at 8 pm in the Stardust Event Center.
From “Proud Mary,” to “Have You Ever Seen the Rain,” the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival has a raw, familiar sound that resonates with fans around the world. In 1995, original rockers Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford established Creedence Clearwater Revisited to keep the flame burning on this iconic music. Before the band hits the Stardust Event Center stage at Blue Chip Casino on July 14th, we spoke with the bassist, original band member, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Stu Cook.
Live music has a way of bringing people together. First Merchants Bank knows that uniting the community is important for the individual, society, and its business, recognizing that it all begins and ends with people. With this in mind, they have proudly sponsored the 2018 Munster Summer Concert Series at Heritage Park to achieve this mission and fulfill their values, all while giving back to the community it serves.
Tom Petty’s spirit rocked on at Wicker Memorial Park Thursday night. Tribute band Southern Accents performed as part of the North Township Summer Concert Series hosted by Trustee Frank J. Mrvan.
Picking up immediately after the events of the first film, we see the Incredibles promptly thrust into action to defeat the villain The Underminer. Although emerging victorious, we are quickly shown that not all of mankind has come around to the idea of “Supers” being needed in today’s society. Thankfully for us, there is a wealthy telecommunications mogul named Winston Deaver that is willing to give Supers a chance to prove the importance of defending mankind. The catch? Deaver is strictly interested in the services of Elastigirl, believing that Mr. Incredible’s means of heroics prove too loud and messy. Although frustrated to be left out of the action, Mr. Incredible supports his wife and agrees to watch over their three children until she finishes her mission and returns home.