9 articles found by Rod King
||Art with a story
One man's junk is another man's sci-fi steampunk epic.
||Horsing Around at the Zoo Is Family Thing for Hooleys
Ponies and horses have been part of retired Fort Wayne Community Schools teacher/coach/administrator Byron Hooley’s life since he was a kid. In fact, he was in the saddle before he could walk.
||Shadarobah Horse Rescue
Butterscotch, Bambi, Cola Hustler, Domino, Thunder, Glory, Princess, Shadow, Cupid and Copper are living a comfortable, healthy life at Shadarobah Horse Rescue.
Skyrocketing diesel fuel for his Chevy truck got Jim Geiger thinking about things he could do to alleviate the painful pinch in his wallet every time he stopped to fill up the tank. The Fremont area resident began talking with people who made their own fuel nearly a year ago and finally took the big step late last year. Now, he produces his own bio-diesel fuel and is registering savings with every gallon.
||Zools, Zooks, and gourds
Whether artist Alison Adams is doing a serious sculpture, drawing, painting, making beautiful objects from nature’s bounty or creating wistful Zools and Zooks, she’s always having fun. The fact that she was raised on a farm and lives on one now in New Haven is evident in some of the subjects and mediums used in her art.
||IU's Opera Theater
Lights dim, the auditorium becomes hushed, the five-story tall purple curtain rises, stage lights reveal an elaborate set as the orchestra smoothly starts the overture and elegantly attired cast members filter onto the set. At the appropriate moment, the ensemble breaks into
a powerful chorus. English subtitles flash above the stage.
||Dr. James Colonna takes up the baton for the Fort Wayne Area Community Band
Fort Wayne Area Community Band will kick off its 28th year in a new location with a new conductor. Wielding the baton is Dr. James Colonna, director of instrumental music and bands at Indiana University Purdue University at Fort Wayne (IPFW). The new concert venue is the Auer Performance Hall in the brand new $25 million John and Ruth Rinehart Music Center on the campus of IPFW.
||David Blackwell: Making Music is His Life
David Blackwell would rather be playing his clarinet and tenor saxophone with his Music Express dance band, arranging music for the group or making music with the Fort Wayne Area Community Band than just about anything else in the world.
||Seven musical groups for the price of one
Scottish Rite Auditorium will be ringing with close barbershop harmonies Saturday, April 29 when the Summit City Chorus (SCC) presents its annual Spring Show