- Weekend Calendar: June 14 Entertainment activities at area venues for June 14-16.
Mainstage players own the boards with 'Inherit the Wind'
The Anderson Mainstage Theatre masterfully brings the drama to the stage beginning Thursday night, provocatively posing a question that remains relevant in a society coping with a growing complex of conflicts driven by corporate and government ideologies at the expense of personal freedoms.
- How two central Indiana authors find inspiration The creative muse came into poet Stacy Savage's life in response to a cataclysmic event. Savage’s first poem emerged at age 24, in 1999.
Poems, stories sought for book about state parks
Sharpen your pencils. If you’re one of the many people who love the wonders of Indiana’s state parks, and you’re perhaps a budding or accomplished author, it’s a moment to shine.
- Artists Society looking for participants PENDLETON -- The Pendleton Artists Society (PAS) is calling all artists to participate in the organization's first juried art show. PAS will be accepting submissions for a show titled "Nostalgia" on Monday, July 1, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the
Donuts with Daddy event at Pendleton library features Unseen Forces program
Think about it. There's a reason our feet are reassuringly in contact with the ground most of the time.
- Adult art classes being offered this summer The Anderson Center for the Arts is offering summer classes for both adults and children.
'Kinky Boots' struts off with the most Tony Awards
The feel-good musical "Kinky Boots," with songs by pop star and Broadway newcomer Cyndi Lauper, won a leading six 2013 Tony Awards on Sunday, including best musical, best score and best leading man.
- Pioneer Families exhibit focuses on first families of Madison County If you pass through the intersection of Ind. 38 and Ind. 13, you just missed Hardscrabble. There may be other spots in your local travels where you’d never realize that you’re passing through what was long ago the heart of a community.
- Summer classes available at Anderson Center for the Arts The Anderson Center for the Arts is offering summer classes for both adults and children.
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