Ethel Winslow’s Story Archive

First Fridays Support Local Artists

For the past several years, galleries and art centers have opened their doors to the general public on the first Friday of every month. Over the years, the first Friday events have evolved beyond quiet gallery showings with free wine and cheese to collective, interactive, sometimes boisterous gatherings of Hoosiers … Read More

A Christmas Carol at the IRT

The Indiana Repertory Theatre tradition of A Christmas Carol continues this year with some subtle changes and additions. From 1980-84, then from 1996 to the present day, the IRT has presented Tom Haas’ adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale of a man finding his heart and soul, and each time … Read More

Beginning of the Giving Season

Autumn is always hectic for Jan Defebrache and the gang at Gaia Works. Through October, they host Halloween related events to raise funds and take donations for the year-round food pantry that feeds seniors and others in need in the area. Then they switch gears to providing food and warm … Read More

A Life Well Lived: Rose Mary Clarke, 1937-2017

As Henry David Thoreau advised, I try to live consciously so that hopefully when I come to die I shall not discover that I have not truly lived.  Thus, unrelated matters connect up within my internal being. — Rose Mary Clarke, 2009 The first line of Rose Mary Clarke’s first … Read More

The Originalist at the IRT

John Strand’s The Originalist is currently at the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s Upperstage. The story is a fictional account of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, an “Originalist” when it comes to the interpretation of the country’s founding documents, and his working relationship with Cat, a liberal female law clerk. The … Read More