Marlene Lake tells the short version of a story of 37 years with her pets. Her husband, David, co-stars in that story, which wouldn’t be complete without dogs Holly, Major, Shadow or Jasper. Now there’s a cat, too, named Lucy or maybe Luke.
Woodlan High School presented “Godspell” the evenings of March 9-11 in the W.H.S. Auditorium. The 1971 musical incorporates Bible parables with modern music. Kyle Romine directed the production.
Save Maumee believes Earth Day is a time for action.
The Purdue Varsity Glee Club will share gospel, novelty tunes, patriotic standards and more at a concert in Fort Wayne.
On March 29, getting locked up will actually be a good thing.
The Fort Wayne International Airport and Pets Assisting Well-Being Inc. teamed up to create what they hope to be a doggone good time for travelers.
“One Foot in the Gravy” will headline the eighth annual Northeast Indiana Playwright Festival, Saturday, March 18, at the Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab Theatre, 300 E. Main St., Fort Wayne.
Olympic Gold medalist and ESPN analyst Rebecca Lobo will address the EACS Education Foundation.