The Venue At Horseshoe Casino
HAMMOND | If someone claims "Age and treachery trump youth and ambition," they may not be pulling your leg.
There's not much on pop radio today that appeals to Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner, leader of Sugarfoot's Ohio Players.
Despite spending more than two decades away from being a performing duo, Tommy Chong, one half of the legendary Cheech and Chong, sees many present-day favorites picking up where they left off.
As a longtime veteran of the music industry, I have had the pleasure of working with thousands of A-list performers, from Frank Sinatra to Michael Jackson, and presenting top-name entertainment throughout the nation.
Soul legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bobby Womack pays no mind to the elements when it comes to his touring and performance schedule.
HAMMOND | Creating meals with ingredients already in the pantry or on local grocery shelves is a passion for award-winning chef and Michigan native Eric Villegas.
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who, says there aren't many contemporary singers who could "lead" a band, and he partially blames shows like "American Idol" for it.
Want to learn new seasonal recipes, get cooking tips and vie for prizes all in a fun, entertaining format? The Times Media Co. and Taste of Home magazine are partnering to present the annual Taste of Home Cooking School on Oct. 6 at The Venue at Hammond's Horseshoe Casino.
Despite five years as the senior correspondent on "The Daily Show" and an Emmy, comedian and actor John Oliver is still a work in progress.
Picture this: An art gallery popping up overnight, a showcase of paintings, photos, sculptures, pottery and objets d'art.
He's one of the world's classiest singers and he's headed to Northwest Indiana.