Drake Hogestyn has had another career pivot worthy of the best soap opera script writing. Is he coming home or not?
Two careers have been a theme in Doug Strahm's life, but music has been the constant that still enriches his busy days.
Jessica Henry and the Allen County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are a match made in heaven. The data, the people and the animals agree.
Fort Wayne's own Mike Brouwer is front and center in a new action flick.
Bridget Pearson has loved being on stage since she was a 5-year-old in dance school in Bluffton. She's a grown-up now, with adult responsibilities and a wholehearted delight that she still gets to perform wonderful roles.
Is it odd that a band named Breaking Tradition has two generations of Mikes in it? The band's success says it's a great idea, so just enjoy the music.
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.
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.
Flamingo Nosebleed looks back to heyday of punk.
Amy Beatty makes no secret of her lifelong love for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. It's one of the many reasons she's such a great fit as president of the Philharmonic Friends.
Fort Wayne's own Courtney Heins, a busy singer-songwriter, is up for two awards.
Jordan Miller dances her way to New York City.
Diana Jackson-Davis makes connections.
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.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich and submitted
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