Breaking Down the Barriers: Salute to our Veterans on October 8 features a police-escorted nonstop motorcycle ride, a vendor fair and a dinner with guest speaker Silouan Green, U.S. Marine veteran and PTSD survivor. Proceeds benefit community programs helping veterans with PTSD and their families. Tickets are $25 for the motorcycle ride and dinner or $15 for the dinner.
Accio, Potterheads! For the first time ever, you can experience all eight Harry Potter movies in IMAX…no Time-Turner necessary.
GQT is giving you a reason to love movies on Tuesdays. Every Tuesday we are getting thrifty and lowering ticket prices. We're excited to give you bargain prices on current films.
Hoosier Fight Club presents HFC 30, a three hour spectacular with eight professional and seven amateur bouts. The main event is a welterweight title fight featuring Dustin Pape of LaPorte against Sultan Umar of Chicago.
Summer is winding down, and soon the leaves will begin to change. As Fall begins, we say goodbye to the season of blockbuster after blockbuster, but that doesn’t mean there will be a lack of great cinema. These are the movies I’m the most excited to see at the end of 2016.
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Hammond’s Festival of the Lakes always guarantees there’ll be a show for everyone - whether you’re a fan of R&B, classic rock, or country. This year Mayor Tom McDermott picked the right band for the festival within the country scene: the chart-topping Eli Young Band. The four piece will be making their debut at the Pav on Thursday night, but before the lights go up on their set I got the opportunity to talk to Eli Young’s drummer Chris Thompson about the current place in their career, their upcoming album, and what to expect from their FOL set.
Wednesday, July 20th kicked off Hammond’s annual Festival of the Lakes with a free concert headlined by Boyz II Men. Hosted at the Pavilion at Wolf Lake, the festival is a much anticipated event for the region.
“I hear from so many people that say they don’t plan vacations during Festival of the Lakes week,” said Hammond Mayor, Thomas McDermott Jr., “You can come out and watch these bands for free and they are top quality.”
There’s a ton of reasons people love Pokemon GO. Myself, I love the fact that it’s an interesting way to get out in Northwest Indiana and discover great new local businesses and landmarks while enjoying a nostalgic pastime. Others seem to like its relation to “geocaching,” a hide-and-seek type game that makes the entire world your playing field.