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Things to Do in Fort Wayne and Beyond
Michele DeVinney

Michele DeVinney

Whatzup Features Writer


White River State Park renovates its amphitheater

For those who travel to Indianapolis for some of their entertainment offerings, the Amphitheater at White River State Park is a familiar venue.  Over the course of the last year […]

Three shows in three weeks? Fire & Light runs to raise curtain

For our local arts organizations, the COVID virus has been more than an inconvenience. Capacity limitations and spiking numbers led many to halt productions and rehearsals, leading to a need […]

Help your garden grow with these local plant sales

As gardeners are beginning to tend to their yards again, some upcoming events provide excellent opportunities to get some planting started.  Native Plants for sale On Saturday, May 8, the […]

New owners breathe new life into once moribund site

For those who remember the glory days of Piere’s, a venue which was bringing in classic rock bands and contemporary juggernauts on a regular basis, the empty parking lot and […]

Magical classic by Youtheater opens its doors at the Embassy

Our local arts organizations spend tremendous time and great energy on professional productions which we had come to take for granted until last year. But it’s likely that no production […]

From Israel to Chicago, band makes its mark on Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne has become a second creative home for Chicago-based jazz rock band Marbin. After laying down a COVID-era live album at Sweetwater Studios last year, the band returns to […]

Wagon Wheel auditions include your little dog, too

If posts on Facebook and Instagram are any indication, most people believe their pets are superstars. Owners of small breed dogs are about to have a chance to prove that […]

Enjoy a tour of several rural art studios in May

After a one-year absence, the popular Rural Studio Tour returns for its 11th year on Saturday, May 1. A self-guided, casual day, the studio tour encourages visitors to enjoy the […]

Embassy hosts classic musical that shines light on diversity

The Color Purple has touched audiences for years. Readers were drawn to the 1982 Alice Walker novel and its deeply moving heroine Celie. Three years later, Steven Spielberg brought the […]