Hope Arthur has lived with music and without, and she’s found what works and is pursuing her dream of creating the Hope Arthur Orchestra.
A call from BET changed everything for Kendrick Royal, more commonly known as Kae-Prodigy, or Kae-P.
City and campus vocalists rely on IPFW’s Aaron Mitchell as they raise their voices in song.
U.R.B. has built a great catalog of songs over its members’ years playing together, and they’ve recorded it for us to enjoy any time.
Once her promise was made, Margarete Matiszik devoted her life to her family and her volunteer work.
The Flood of 1913 caused devastation and death in Fort Wayne 100 years ago.
Ann Shive recreates Crestwood Gallery and makes her other dream come true, too.
Sissy Spacek prepares for her Tapestry visit.
Get up to speed with the idea everyone’s talking about: Headwaters Junction.
Chan Hmaine Aung followed his father here from Myanmar and has helped his fellow refugees ever since.
Friendship is as important as music to Fawn Liebowitz’s long and successful musical career.
Miss Sally saw homelessness in her hometown and got to work making it better.
Meet Beau, the winner of this year’s Fort Wayne Newspapers Pet Star contest.
Dancer Tracy Tritz can’t remember ever not wanting to be a dancer, but her discovery of choreography has been a nice surprise.
Our annual tribute to the community leaders and volunteers we lost last year
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer and submitted
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer, Theresa Thompson and submitted