One-man band Totally Orange Time Machine keeps Scotty Knepple busy — that is, when he's not performing with one of his other musical ventures.
Nothing in what Jordan West did that fateful day looked like forming a band, but it was the birth of Trackless, nevertheless.
TekVenture's new home welcomes artists and makers of all kinds, as president Greg Jacobs and volunteers clean it up and make it ready.
Madeleine Laird used to hunt heads for corporate America. Now she hunts heads of a furry kind.
New Tech students craft innovative designs for downtown Fort Wayne.
Kat Bowser channels Janis Joplin and creates a new CD.
Laura Pittenger's dreams of life in the Big Apple are coming true.
Mark Coffee brings his expertise in the for-profit world to the United Way.
Terry Doran is using his journey from abused child to master storyteller to help children using the arts.
Contributing Writer David Bennett explores the contrasting ideas of the tragedy and the fortune of the commons.
Onkar Mann fell in love with Fort Wayne once he moved here from his native India, and his entrepreneurial spirit feels right at home, too.
Nancy Kartholl brings passion to her roles on Fort Wayne's stages.
Music is the first consideration at The Brass Rail, a dive bar that's now an important venue.
Debbie Meyer carries on the work at Erin's House.
Drake Hogestyn has had another career pivot worthy of the best soap opera script writing. Is he coming home or not?
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted.