Win cash and prizes November 1 through December 31 with the Poker Holiday Roll. Thursdays, at 8 pm, 10 pm and 12 am and Fridays and Saturdays, at 6 pm, 8 pm, 10 pm, 12 am and 2 am, all active cash game players are entered into a drawing to spin the wheel and win. Prizes include a hotel stay, dinner at William B's Steakhouse, spa blu treatment, gift cards, cash and VIP for a day status in the Poker Room. Winners of the Friday and Saturday 2 am drawings also receive $200 in cash.
Celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 22, with family and friends at Options. The Thanksgiving Buffet, for $27.99 plus tax, is served from 11 am -8 pm and features traditional Thanksgiving favorites, including oven-roasted turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, prime rib, honey-glazed ham, Peking roasted duck legs, New York strip steaks and more.
It’s a harvest of fun in November at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana, Northwest Indiana’s premier entertainment destination, with a performance by Vegas legend Wayne Newton, spa blu specials, delicious Thanksgiving dining and the Mix, Mingle & Jingle party.
The up-and-coming and vibrant culture of the Uptown Arts District came to life for Michigan City Mainstreet Association’s Flame and Flair Halloween Festival.
Dancing sharks, zombie brides, and scary clowns celebrated the spirit of Halloween at Hobart’s 4th Annual Pumpkins in the Park. Held on Saturday in Festival Park, the event brought together the Hobart community, rekindled friendships, and helped to make fun, spooky memories.
On Saturday, the City of Whiting welcomed families from all over the area to participate in their Annual Halloween Parade. The corner of 119th and New York Avenue was filled with children and families anxiously waiting to show off their Halloween costumes on a long march through the streets.
Frank J. Mrvan North Township Trustee Gives Families Their Own Trick or Treat Experience at First Annual Halloween Spooktacular
On Saturday, Frank J. Mrvan North Township Trustee hosted their first annual Trunk or Treat from 1-3 PM at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland. The event was open to the public free of cost and featured a variety of fun events for the entire family.
Before the Lubeznik Center for the Arts building housed collections of contemporary art, it housed a whole lot of office space.
26th Annual Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation Gala Honors Excellence in Theatre Art in the Region
The 26th annual Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation (NIETF) Gala brought talent from all over the Region together to recognize excellence in theater arts. NIETF, a collection of theatre organizations across Northwest Indiana, focuses on creating a strong community, promoting excellence, and providing entertainment to the Region. The annual gala provides NIETF an opportunity to recognize distinction among the local play and musical performances, direction, and design.
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...
From October 20, 2018 through January 12, 2019 Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) will present its latest exhibition "Waiting for a Sign" featuring artwork from Willie Baronet (Dallas, TX), Diana Guerrero-Macia (Chicago, IL), Corey Hagelberg (Miller Beach, IN), Cheryl Pope (Chicago, IL), Kay Rosen (Miller Beach, IN), Joel Ross (Champaign, IL), Deb Sokolow (Chicago, IL), and Bernard Williams (Chicago, IL).