Things to Do in Fort Wayne and Beyond

Michiana Wine Festival

Michiana Wine Festival, Alan Jackson
Monthly Muso Nights at The Ruin
MercyMe, Tim Hawkins, The Bacon Brothers
The League’s Blues Bash, Mini Knight
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Purdue Fort Wayne Department of Theatre
Mamma Mia!, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre

April 18, 2019

Vol. 23 No. 38

Michiana Wine Festival

Michiana Wine Festival, Alan Jackson
Monthly Muso Nights at The Ruin
MercyMe, Tim Hawkins, The Bacon Brothers
The League’s Blues Bash, Mini Knight
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Purdue Fort Wayne Department of Theatre
Mamma Mia!, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre

April 18, 2019

Vol. 23 No. 38

Articles


Still country, still a stellar songwriter

Alan Jackson has had no problem settling into the role of country music’s mentor-in-chief. Nearly 30 years after the release of his debut album, he’s as true to the spirit […]

Every month, networking and jamming for musicians

Paul Kobylensky admits that he had himself in mind when he got the idea for Monthly Muso Nights at The Ruin. Sure, he wanted to give local musicians a chance […]

Crossover hitmakers unpack pop hooks at Coliseum

MercyMe’s crossover appeal seemed to happen suddenly, with their iconic hit “I Can Only Imagine” striking it big off their major label debut in 2001. But MercyMe weren’t newcomers by […]

Constructing a DIY career in comedy

Tim Hawkins decided to pursue comedy as a vocation out of desperation. “I tried everything else,” he said. “I knew I wasn’t an idiot. I just couldn’t find my path.” […]

Blues Bash throws the spotlight on The League

When Julie Collins lost her eyesight nearly 27 years ago due to diabetes, she began searching for ways to adapt. Her search led her to The League for the Blind […]

Sample regional wines at festival

Necessity is the mother of invention, and that little pearl of wisdom is apparent when talking about the origins of the Michiana Wine Festival which comes to Fort Wayne for […]

First Pres, Three Rivers unveil offerings for 2019-20 season

Still more theaters are gearing up for the 2019-20 season with announcements last week from First Presbyterian Theater, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary, and Three Rivers Music Theatre, which […]

‘Pet Sematary‘ Review: New King adaptation eerie but forgettable

We’ve seen a surge in cinematic Stephen King adaptations over the past couple years. Now added to the procession is Pet Sematary, an intermittently eerie but ultimately forgettable retelling of […]

Pet Sematary gets buried, Hellboy burns out

Shazam! took the No. 1 spot at the domestic box office for the second consecutive weekend, selling another $25 million. This brings the flick’s 10-day sales total to $95 million […]

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

When I first read this play more than ten years ago, I was struck by one of the central questions posed by the play as a whole: Are we as […]
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