Authority on Bob Dylan’s culture-changing lyrics will present special program Oct. 20

Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan’s heritage is reflected in many of his lyrics. Throughout his career, Dylan has used references to Jewish literature and customs to address a broad range ... Continue Reading →

LPHS Marching Band gets a 1st at Penn Invitational

  The LaPorte High School Marching Band won the Scholastic A Class at the Penn Invitational Sept. 22, 2018.  Complete Scholastic A Class results follow: LaPorte        ... Continue Reading →

Jacob Griffin and Mike Green reign supreme at 2018 Hoosier Star competition

WNLP photos (many more below) and story by Bob Wellinski Once again, many talented voices graced the ears of those who attended Hoosier Star at the Civic Auditorium Saturday, Sept. ... Continue Reading →

LaPorte native Antony Zeller wins Emmy for Netflix series episode

LaPorte native Antony Zeller, a 1992 graduate of LaPorte High School, was awarded an Emmy Saturday evening, Sept. 8, 2018. Zeller won the Emmy as the Supervising Foley Editor on an ... Continue Reading →

Singing Company of LP County accepting registrations for children’s choir, adding adult chorus

Registration for the Singing Company of LaPorte County’s Children’s Choir 2018/2019 season is now open. Children in grades 2-8 can have the chance to sing with a full symphony ... Continue Reading →

Dance Foundation of LaPorte christens its new downtown location

The Dance Foundation of LaPorte recently held a ribbon cutting to celebrate their opening in downtown LaPorte at 910 1/2 Lincolnway. The ribbon cutting was administered by the Greater ... Continue Reading →

James Comey, Lou Holtz among this season’s Sinai speakers

Information from PNW Former FBI Director James Comey opens the Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Sinai Forum’s 65th season Sunday, Sept. 9. Four other speakers will fill out this ... Continue Reading →

Pageant of Drums delivers thrilling thunder and pizzazz

WNLP photos by Bob Wellinski If you drove by Michigan City’s Ames Field Sunday evening, June 23, 2018, that wasn’t thunder you heard. Eight drum and bugle corps from across the ... Continue Reading →

Purdue Northwest group invites you to join and enjoy a bus trip to Chicago play

The Purdue Northwest Women’s Association (PNWA) will kick off its day trip season with an excursion to Chicago on Saturday, July 21, to see the 2016 Tony Award-winning musical, “The ... Continue Reading →

Lubeznik Center offers rare opportunity to view original Warhol works

Information and photos provided Now through Oct. 13, 2018, Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City is exhibiting original works by Andy Warhol. The artworks are on loan from ... Continue Reading →