Fort Wayne Reader Feature

The Cash Box Kings

Torchbearers for classic Chicago Blues headline the League’s Annual Blues Bash

Is there an aural equivalent of a double-take? Like you half-hear something and then your ears sort of “jump back” to it to make sure you’re hearing it correctly? That’s probably the reaction a lot of blues fans have to The Cash Box Kings, especially if they’re fans of the blues that came out of Chicago in the 40s and 50s. Read More...

Around Town

Adult education… with puppets

Fort Wayne Civic takes on the hilarious and risqué Avenue Q

In the musical Avenue Q, actors share the stage with puppets, and some of the puppets look and sound a little familiar. There’s a shaggy, gruff-voiced creature called Trekkie Monster, for example, and two guys called Rod and Nicky who share an apartment. Read More...

Danger lurks in the garden…

Chicago’s 5th House Ensemble brings Luna de Cuernos to Fort Wayne

Day after day, Dona Yuiza and her pets faithfully tend the garden of her Humbolt Park home, selling its fruits and vegetables to their neighbors… Read More...

Somewhere Between Light and Dark

: A Conversation With Shade's Ian Skeans

Sometimes life can be a perplexing game. Just when you think you've got it all worked out and things seem to be happening in all the right ways and for all the right reasons, life pulls your pants down in the middle of the high school cafeteria… Read More...

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