Lifestyle

Feature StoryTekVenture offers makers tools, space, and community.

How makers are hacking Fort Wayne's culture


Feature StoryProducts like lightbulbs and batteries require unique recycling methods.
Feature StoryWe carry Kevan

#PeopleofNEI: Kevan, pushing the envelope


Feature StoryFormerly obscured by a highway bridge, the Reedy River now serves as the centerpiece of downtown Greenville.
NewsThe Community Apple Orchard in Winona Lake provides residents with organic apples and cider.
NewsArtists are on the hunt for midsize performance spaces that fit their needs and budget.

What’s missing from Fort Wayne's independent arts scene?


NewsRoanoke hosts at least one big event per month.
Feature StoryThe New Haven Community Center has become a center of local life since it opened in 2017.

A robust parks plan is enhancing Southeast Allen County


NewsNorth Coast Organics provides alternatives to traditional personal care products on the market.
NewsThe goal of Music + Mixology is to introduce symphonic music to a younger audience.

Shake up your traditional concert experience with Music + Mixology


Feature StoryDavonta Beckham is the creator of Art of Beckham.

Chasing a dream? Art of Beckham draws on the power of ideas


NewsCoë guests mingle at an event.
Feature StoryCaleb Young is the Staff Conductor of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.

A Young approach to classical music


Feature StoryJonathon Mossburg is the first graduate of the Ivy Tech Achieve Your Degree program.

‘Never give up’: A local man with cerebral palsy inspires others facing adversity


NewsLa Fogata has a new interior design with more updates on the horizon.
Feature StoryToday, recycling or properly disposing of items is largely up to consumers. But that could change.

Ask an Environmentalist: Is there a way to make recycling easier?


Feature StoryPeople of NEI Richy Aung breakdance

#PeopleofNEI: Aung and Richy, breakdancers and entrepreneurs


NewsWilliam Bryant Rozier and John Dortch are the power team behind the Fort Wayne Ink Spot.

Two Fort Wayne print publications are thriving in the digital age