First of six celebrations of Arts United's 60th anniversary.
Meet Mac and Mollie Doodle, winners of this year's Fort Wayne Newspapers Pet Star contest.
The influences came together around the piano, and now Alicia Pyle and her quartet have a busy, jazzy year ahead.
Kent Bixler dances the role of the father in "The Nutcracker."
Artlink's new director Amber Recker has some big ideas about coloring outside the box.
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.
Music came early to Alexandra Tsilibes, and a longer road led her to the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.
TekVenture's new home welcomes artists and makers of all kinds, as president Greg Jacobs and volunteers clean it up and make it ready.
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.
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.
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.
Terry Doran is using his journey from abused child to master storyteller to help children using the arts.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted.