Wrapping up six celebrations of Arts United's 60th anniversary
The cool is back whenever The Brat Pack is on stage, and everybody's having fun.
A new performance home at Arts United's black box theater in the Auer Center has the all for One theater group thinking big.
Kristine Papillon creates beautiful music on her violin, and her creation, "Crumpet the Trumpet," brings her passion to children.
Great programs to help improve the lives of the region's children motivate Nancy Springer and Great Kids make Great Communities.
Longtime sportswriter Ben Smith finds out if he has the pipes to sing the national anthem.
From bellman to Broadway, Michael Oberholtzer's dreams are becoming a reality.
For two decades, the Castle Gallery has provided a regal home for the arts in West Central.
Fifth of six celebrations of Arts United's 60th anniversary
The West Central Quartet jazzes up the city.
Jeffrey Markley leads his 30-year-old agency into a new identity as the Positive Resource Center.
The new gallery in town is bursting with the energy of Terry Ratliff and his brilliant art.
Laura Pittenger's dreams of life in the Big Apple are coming true.
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.
Fourth of six celebrations of Arts United's 60th anniversary
Photography by Christy Arbogast and Mariah Wynn
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Bianca Hecht, Tara Froelich, Hillary Richart and Mariah Wynn
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Hillary Richart, Mariah Wynn and submitted.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted