The third annual Middle Waves Music Festival brought flower power to the Summit City. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Northeast Indiana's music scene is growing with new venues and live shows. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> An artist paints a mural of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry during the Three Rivers Festival downtown. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Children play in bubbles during Open Streets in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> The pressure is on for city leaders to decide on Electric Works, the mixed-use development plan to revive the old General Electric campus. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> Cyclists take to the streets of downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> A mural by Matt Plett in an alley connecting Wayne Street to Washington Boulevard in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Dancers take over Calhoun Street in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> After years of renovations, the Clyde Theatre reopened in May and is now hosting shows at 1808 Bluffton Rd. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span>

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NewsThe Fort Wayne Veg ‘n Brew Fest is a one-day festival on October 6, 2018, at Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne,
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Two Fort Wayne print publications are thriving in the digital age


NewsProsperity Heights Southeast Fort Wayne

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Could Electric Works bring neighbors closer together?


NewsArtlink is currently home to creative spaces for artists to work and collaborate.

What's next for northeast Indiana's creative economy?


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