Musical Arts Indiana Presents "Nowell: Music of the Season From The British Isles"

Musical Arts Indiana aims to get you in the spirit with their presentation of "Nowell: Music of the Season from the British Isles", Saturday, December 8 at 7:30 pm. The Concert takes place in the St. Joseph Chapel on the campus of Holy Cross College. Featuring Rutter's Magnificat and a diverse selection of musical styles with Christmas carols, both familiar and lesser known, you are sure to enjoy this musical celebration. Click here for more program details, and to buy tickets.

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Elkhart Police Chief Resigns

Elkhart Mayor Tim Neese has announced the resignation of Police Chief Ed Windbigler. Neese's office says Windbigler announced his immediate resignation yesterday at the request of the mayor. Windbigler served as police chief for about three years after being appoinyted by Neese in Janurary 2016. In a statement released last night, mayor Neese said, "This was a difficult decision, and after much consideration, I have decided to seek new leadership of the Elkhart Police Department. I appreciate...

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Third Coast Audio Festival 2018 Best Of The Best

Monday, Dec. 10 & 17, 2018 at 9 PM Best of the Best presents the winners of the 18th annual Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. From more than 550 entries and 26 countries, twelve stories were chosen as winners that we are thrilled to share. Meticulously crafted and lovingly produced, these stories intrigue, inform and inspire.

This year's program will feature producer interviews, highlights from this year’s unforgettable awards ceremony in Chicago, and...

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