GARY, Ind. (AP) — A photo exhibit that includes rare images of Michael Jackson and The Jackson Five has opened in the famous brothers' hometown of Gary.
The exhibit called "Never Can Say Goodbye — Celebrating the King of Pop and J5" opened Wednesday night at the Majestic Star Casino in Gary following a ribbon-cutting attended by Jackson family matriarch Katherine Jackson and 300 other guests.
The Times of Munster reports Katherine Jackson thanked the casino, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and others for honoring Michael Jackson in the years since his death in 2009.
Majestic Star Casino director of community relations Chareice White says the "exhibit gives a glimpse into the lives of Gary's famous sons."
The display runs through Sept. 5 at the casino's at South Shore Event Center.
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