Regionally Speaking, Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Nov 10, 2020

Tom Dakich, the man behind the vision for the "Digital Crossroad" data center and tech incubator in Hammond, is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about the $40 million project along the Lake Michigan shoreline. We also have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University and a revisit of our conversation with Gary International Film Festival creator Karen Toering about the 10-day virtual event that begins today.
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Today:  The "Digital Crossroad" data center and tech incubator along Lake Michigan in Hammond is up and running, and its creator -- Tom Dakich -- is on the program today to talk about it.  The $40 million project has plenty of room for expansion for any interested client, and Tom talks about the great economic development benefits of the "Crossroad" for the entire city of Hammond.   We have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University, and we bring back our conversation with Karen Toering, the creator of the Gary International Black Film Festival, the ten-day event underway today, that this year is "virtual."