Steve Jarrell and Headwaters Counseling care for the city's most vulnerable.
Al Metel lost a family during World War II, found a new one, then rediscovered parts of the original one.
Fort Wayne's own Courtney Heins, a busy singer-songwriter, is up for two awards.
Flamingo Nosebleed looks back to heyday of punk.
Jordan Miller dances her way to New York City.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art celebrates the Afro with an exhibit of portraits and some special programs.
Diana Jackson-Davis makes connections.
Here's how Brent Chamberlin and Kyle Jackson became James & the Drifters, with a little help from some friends.
Dr. L. Michael Spath expresses his concern for peace and his love of all the world's people through the Indiana Center for Middle East Peace.
Ahmed Abdelmageed, Fort Wayne resident and new American citizen, finally has a place to call home.
Fort Wayne and its Philharmonic Orchestra are the musical home for Jason Markzon, still drumming after all these years.
Terri Farr and her sisterhood of healers are reaching out to accomplish more.
How does a hedgehog leave its mark? Jolie Wall Toles helps.
Cathy Nagy Mowry funnels her Miami heritage into her art, welcoming viewers deeper into awareness of the world.
Jen Poiry Prough really did want to know how to get to Sesame Street, but it is the stage that turned out to be the best place for her.
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, and submitted
Photography by Bianca Hecht and Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Maggie Dye, Tara Froelich and submitted
Photography by Maggie Dye, Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer and submitted
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer, Theresa Thompson and submitted