Arts and Culture

From rising entrepreneurs to local legends, grassroots projects to world-class performances, the arts and culture are at the center of northeast Indiana's growth. Across the region, galleries, public art displays, creative businesses, and experiential activities create a vibrant, inclusive culture on the edge of what's next.

Feature StoryJoan McMillan opens her home to local residents as a safe haven on the South Side.

A 'light' for others in Williams Woodland Park


Feature StoryMaddie Miller of Artlink presents at a FWWAC "Art Share."

Creative outlets advance gender equity


Feature StoryResident Diana Talor shops at the 3 Rivers Food Co-op at 1612 Sherman Blvd.

Growing interest in a local food network


Feature StoryThe Auburn City Steakhouse will offer casual, high-end dining.

New Auburn steakhouse is full of regional flavor


Feature StoryDemonstrators take to the streets of downtown Fort Wayne as part of the Women's March.

The 'pink wave' is rising in northeast Indiana


Feature StoryFrom left, 7th graders Daniel, Bailey, and Jermaine enjoy their instruments.

Sounds of Success: Music program inspires student interest


NewsColorful homes at 1009-1013 W Jefferson Blvd. on the Historic West Central tour.

Historic tours show city from a fresh perspective


Feature StoryRick Kinney bought and raised funding to restore the Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne.

Historic theatre renovations create a sense of 'place'


NewsThe String Shift quartet performing on Feb. 9 includes Tim and Colleen Tan on violin, Derek Reeves on viola, and Ed Stevens on cello.

Curious about virtual reality? Attend this concert


Feature StoryFresh produce at the McCormick Place Farm Market.

HEALing food deserts with fresh produce


Feature StoryBridget Jones, the owner of Savannah Soul food trailer, uses CookSpring to store and prepare food.

Shared kitchen cooks up new food ventures


NewsJames Khan at his restaurant The Hoppy Gnome in Downtown Fort Wayne.

Feeding success: Restaurateur invests in Fort Wayne's future


NewsVeit, right, watches as Fort Wayne City Councilman Crawford signs the YLNI Inclusivity Pledge.

Interested in inclusivity? Take a pledge


NewsAlthough Serrani owns a car, he prefers to bike for transportation, even in the snow.

Enjoying a car-free commute


Feature StoryRegional coffee enthusiasts packed Wunderkammer Company for the annual Winter Throwdown in Fort Wayne.

Competition fuels regional coffee culture


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