It's summer in Indiana and that means festival season is ready to entertain. Food, fun and fireworks, plus deep-fried cheese!
IPFW is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a brilliantly generous public art project it calls Sculpture with Purpose.
Downtown condo living has gone big time with a new luxury top end that triggered a flurry of interest in the market. The views are spectacular!
Bill Bean, Tim Ash and Greg Leatherman tell the story behind Emerald Skyline, the multi-million-dollar project that begins to transform downtown Fort Wayne this month.
The people we admire (and envy) because they get to work with exotic animals go home to their pets just like the rest of us. Meet the zookeepers and their pets.
What was so great about meeting these famous writers and artists back in the 1980s? The same thing that's great about interacting with working artists today.
Active lifestyles and demanding schedules have caused a shift in how we see fashion these days, and the new Sport Luxe vibe fits in well from New York runways to Parkview Field.
Sights set firmly on a bright economic future for the entire region, the Big Goal Collaborative is learning to improve educational outcomes.
Artlink is at it again, opening its galleries to glorious artworks of the highest quality by artists who are our friends and neighbors. It's a mission fulfilled.
We used to sigh and tell the server, "I'll take the vegetarian option." Now even the carnivores grin and say, "That looks delicious!"
Mark Bell's dramatic story is one of rebirth. He's a heart transplant patient from Lutheran Hospital, and every day is a new gift.
The spirit of Christmases Past guided Contributing Writer (and Fort Wayne Monthly party expert) Jennifer Dodds Fox to three delightful holiday party plans that will delight you and your guests.
We review 2013 as the students of three smart, interesting people who share what they learned this year: Rachel Blakeman, Andre Patterson and Marc Levy.
Five actors share their stories to take us inside the world of costumes and lines and makeup and hitting marks and creating other worlds for audiences to enter when the lights go down. Yes, it is creative genius at work.
October brings equal parts fun, festivals and frights. Plus zombies!
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted.