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Feature Story Many regional restaurants and chefs have started with Ivy Tech’s Hospitality Administration program.

What’s next for northeast Indiana’s food scene? Ask Ivy Tech

Discover a culinary program fueling the regional restaurant scene and meet four chefs in the industry today.


News Elgien Richardson launched a mobile hair services business in Fort Wayne called Kingdom Crowns Mobile Haircuts.

A barbershop on-demand? Meet Kingdom Crowns Mobile Haircuts

How one stylist is tapping into the "Amazon Effect" and making haircuts more accessible.

Feature Story Emily's Story follows a local dancer's tragic experience with opioid addiction.

A deeper look at opioid addiction through the experience of one northeast Indiana family

Meet a local family impacted by the opioid crisis and an organization providing parents with support and education.


Partner Content Leslee Hill coaches entrepreneurial women and minorities as director of the NIIC's Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center (WEOC).

How can entrepreneur coaches better serve clients? Going through the development process themselves

Why the Director of the Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center (WEOC) in northeast Indiana is launching her own app.  

Feature Story People of NEI Marcy Grand Wayne

#PeopleofNEI: Marcy, helping visitors make memories in Fort Wayne

"When we do site visits for visitors, they can feel our enthusiasm for this city."

Feature Story Owners Abby Greutman, left, and Brianna Dailey at All the Rage, 2307 Spy Run Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46805.

Valentine’s Day make you want to smash something? All the Rage in Fort Wayne can help

Whether you're stressed at your job, you want a respite from studying, or you're looking for a fun date (or anti-date), this business wants you to come ready to rage.


Feature Story The built environment impacts people's health and well-being in cities.

The power of place: Why your city's built environment has a bigger impact than you might think

Fort Wayne architect Zach Benedict shares insights on the connection between people and the places they live and invest.

News AVOW was started in Fort Wayne by a group of women, including Rachel Tobin-Smith, Marilyn Moran-Townsend, Patti Hays, and Faith Van Gilder.

How can Indiana women get more involved in politics? This bi-partisan Fort Wayne group can help

Meet the women starting important community conversations and training others to run for office.

Feature Story Purdue Fort Wayne's Popular Music and Music Industry Programs are the two newest majors in the School of Music.

Fort Wayne's music scene is growing, and Purdue Fort Wayne students are getting involved

New programs at Purdue University Fort Wayne are getting students plugged into the city’s music scene with hands-on experience.


Feature Story Julia Meek is a local legend when it comes to the Fort Wayne arts scene.

Sharing her passion: Meet the voice of Fort Wayne's arts scene

The legendary Julia Meek of 89.1 WBOI shares her lifelong passion for music, culture, folktales, and all things Fort Wayne.

Feature Story 24 in Fort Wayne with Reneta

24 hours in Fort Wayne with Reneta Thurairatnam-Sandkuhler

What would you do with 24 hours in Fort Wayne? We're asking locals to be your guide for a day.

Feature Story Fort Wayne's public art master plan was revealed on Jan. 29.

What ideas made it into Fort Wayne's public art master plan?

Open walls. Corridor beautification. Topographic Light. And more! Here's what planners have in mind.

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