The Affordable Healthcare Act has dominated the news in Northwest Indiana – and everywhere else in the country – but there has been little substantive change so far. That may change in the coming year. While Indiana and many of its lawmakers stand against the expansion of Medicaid, many busi…
Today, hundreds of people will gather at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster, Indiana, to hear a baldish twinkly-eyed, fifty-ish fellow with round wire glasses, read stories related one way or another, to Christmas. Over the years, he’s read a half dozen Truman Capote storie…
The starting bell of the holiday season, John Cain's Holiday Reading at South Shore Arts, officially sounded on Tuesday around 1 pm, when the Executive Director began reading "A Jug of Silver," a Truman Capote short story.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
1994 A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote
I had nobody to blame but myself. I had insisted on pursuing a degree in theatre, insisted that I was the one who could make it, and here I was, a year after graduation, desperate for work and wondering how I could get out of ever doing any. The summer before I had landed a job with a born-a…
LOWELL | Lowell High School Junior Joe Long was honored at Thursday’s Northwest Indiana Symphony Halloween Pops concert.
Why are communities throughout our country and around the world developing large-scale outdoor art projects? There are many reasons why.
Reservations are recommended for limited seating at the 2013 Fashion on the Shore show set for Friday, April 26th;check out a lecture on Outsider Art starring avid collectors John Cain and Susann Craig on Saturday and next week Ed Asner returns.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor…
South Shore Arts Executive Director's passion for their arts is evident as he reflects on a year of partnerships, exciting initiatives and an enthusiastic look at 2013.
One Region's recent Quality of Life Indicators Report gave the arts and culture sector the report’s only upwardly trending indicator of our region’s quality of life, noting that arts and culture enrich the lives of area residents and visitors.
In the past, symphony orchestras were enthusiastically supported simply for perpetuating the symphonic art form. When the Gary Symphony presented its first concert in December 1941, it was because people were interested in playing and hearing classical music.
Humor and wit associated with holiday travel is the theme for John Cain's 19th Annual Holiday Reading at Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012.
South Shore Arts Executive Director John Cain is hosting his 19th Annual Holiday Reading at Center for Visual and Performing Arts on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012.
When John Cain started with what was then called the Northern Indiana Arts Association in October 1993, he was already thinking about some creative holiday possibilities.
South Shore Arts' John Cain will be doing his 19th Annual Holiday Reading on Tuesday, November 13, at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts. -Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Arts education in not just about finger-painting or stick figures on the fridge.
John Cain, executive director of South Shore Arts and curator of its "Two Bucks to Pony Up" exhibit, admits to not being much of a carnival regular despite the subject matter of his show.
Tricia Hernandez and John Cain address a record crowd of guests at the 19th Annual Beaux Arts Ball in Munster at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts on June 1.
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