Before Crawfordsville Electric Light and Power came online 125 years ago, the city had dark times—literally. Before the public utility first lighted streets, homes and businesses commerce came to stand-still after dark.
is not the Athens of Indiana for no reason, the city has hidden art
gems all around town. These gems of arts will be on display during the
fifth annual Art Walk on Thursday, Oct 8 from 4-8 p.m.
The playwright Molière wrote some of the greatest comedies of the 1600s by poking fun at the French aristocracy, but today’s performances of that work feel stiff and often dated. The Wabash College Theater’s production of Molière’s play The Misanthrope will be anything but stodgy when it opens in Ball Theater Wednesday night.