Hammond native Nick Mantis knew little about humorist and radio legend Jean Shepherd until after the city hired him five years ago to produce a short tribute that commemorated the 25th anniversary of "A Christmas Story," Shep's best known and most enduring work.
HAMMOND | Jean Shepherd recently published a new book more than a decade after his death, and it was not a newly discovered manuscript that had been squirreled away deep in some desk drawer.
The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority's annual Tourism Week luncheon May 9 will feature both a light-hearted conversation and a serious talk about the future of tourism in Northwest Indiana.
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