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Livin’ the Livestream

We’re back! Local musicians reach their fans, venues prepare for the long haul, local actor in new movie, library’s summer plans shift to your home

June 4, 2020

Vol. 24 No. 33

Livin’ the Livestream

We’re back! Local musicians reach their fans, venues prepare for the long haul, local actor in new movie, library’s summer plans shift to your home

June 4, 2020

Vol. 24 No. 33

Articles


‘Healing River’ Review: Local actor helps bring forgiveness to screen

Forgiveness can be difficult, especially when something tragic and painful has occurred. In the faith-based film Healing River, a woman’s son is killed by a drug-addicted young man, leaving the […]

‘Shirley’ Review: Off-kilter biopic casts Moss as author Jackson

Holed up with her viciously judgmental and ostensibly supportive professor husband Stanley (Michael Stuhlbarg), Jackson is plagued with anxiety and agoraphobia while attempting to complete her next piece of visionary […]

Venues plan for long haul with cautious reopenings

Entertainment venues have been quiet since Gov. Holcomb implemented large-scale closings in March. But minus any glitches between now and then, they will begin to see some action in July. […]

Local musicians use streaming for connection with their fans

It isn’t easy to make a full-time living as a musician. It’s hard enough in a city like Los Angeles. But it’s exponentially harder in a small town like Fort […]

Welcome back to Whatzup and local events

Look who’s back! After more than  a month of downtime, your go-to source for local arts and entertainment is back in the publication saddle once again.  It’s definitely been a […]

Library’s summer plans shift to your home

Like everything else in 2020, this summer’s Allen County Public Library’s programming looks a lot different than in years past.  Part of the program involves at-home reading by or to […]
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