High school basketball championships have not always been uncomplicated. Historian Tom Castaldi explains, especially if you were Catholic.
Cool off your summer with sangria.
Historian Tom Castaldi presents his annual history quiz. How knowledgeable are you, really?
How to find wines for novices and pros.
Columnist Jim Sparrow says goodbye to Fort Wayne in his final column.
Who knows when the first Christmas tree came to the city, but Historian Tom Castaldi tells the tale of one that came on the canal.
New wine lines and new varietals with familiar labels attract Columnist Elizabeth Niezer's attention.
Columnist Jim Sparrow believes Fort Wayne can benefit from lessons taught by "The Wizard of Oz."
Historian Tom Castaldi tells how this precedent-setting roadway came through Fort Wayne: the Lincoln Highway.
Columnist Elizabeth Niezer gets her mind blown by new flavors not involving wine.
Not simply leveraging resources is important, columnist Jim Sparrow says, because we need to focus firmly on big-picture changes.
Historian Tom Castaldi traces how the paths quite literally carved into Northeast Indiana 10,000 years ago led to the region's development as a transportation hub.
Thinking Italian for dinner? Columnist Elizabeth Niezer shares her strategy for choosing just the right Italian wine for your table.
The Allen County Fort Wayne Historical Society counts among its founders Ross Lockridge Sr., giving us a connection to the mythical, literary Raintree County.
Valerius Armitage and his hard work helped build the canal.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Hillary Richart, Mariah Wynn and submitted.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted