Executive director of South Shore Arts decides to stay another year to help return to normal after canceled concerts, programming during pandemic.
Indiana artists now have an opportunity to learn how to be come an entrepreneur.
John Cain, the executive director of South Shore Arts and Northwest Indiana Symphony, is staying with the organizations through next summer.
Out & About: Discover interesting events, exhibits, performances to see and do in the Region.
From “White Christmas” to “Red Hot Lovers,” theatergoers have plenty of opportunities to get out and about in Northwest Indiana.
Regional and statewide organizations have taken notice of the work done by Lakeshore Public Media of Merrillville.
Symphony’s free summer concerts The 13th annual South Shore Summer Music Festival will feature free concerts by the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra during July and August in six communities across the Region. The series opens July 20 at the Town Complex Grounds in Cedar Lake. On July 27, the symphony heads to Crown Point for […]
An update on art and entertainment options across the region Lost in the fog, a stranger seeks refuge in a nearby house only to find a man shot dead and his wife standing over him with a smoking gun in Agatha Christie’s “The Unexpected Guest.” The woman’s dazed confession is anything but convincing and the […]