Arts and Culture

Feature StoryArt in the Alley is one of many factors bringing life back to downtown Columbia City.

The resurgence of downtown Columbia City

NewsTEDxFortWayne is back after a three-year hiatus.

What to expect at TEDxFortWayne

Feature StoryBrewers Art Supply is open Tuesdays through Saturdays.

The spark that lit Fort Wayne's craft brewing scene

Feature StoryPatrons enjoy the new tasting room at Three Rivers Distilling Co.

A taste of hometown spirit

Feature StoryResidents can renovate existing tiny houses like this one at 1126 Lexington Ave.

The big reason for tiny houses

NewsVolunteers Janet Finkel and Bonnie Pomerantz sort donations.

Addressing unmet needs of low-income families

NewsThe Summit has a large green space for fun and relaxation.

Shared space gives entrepreneurs room to thrive

Feature StoryShruti dancers perform in traditional dress.

Why the top classical Indian musicians come to Fort Wayne

Feature StoryAntiqology takes its soda on wheels to regional events and festivals.

Soda business sweetens downtown Huntington

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

Feature StoryCollective State showcases a variety of local art media and styles.

Growing Fort Wayne's creative community from the inside out

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

Historic tours show city from a fresh perspective

Feature StoryFour presenters each have four minutes to share their ideas at Fort Wayne SOUP events.

Connecting people, ideas, and funding for impactful change

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.

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