Julia Meek

Host, Folktales & Meet the Music

A Fort Wayne native, Julia is a radio host, graphic artist, and community volunteer, who has contributed to NIPR both on- and off-air for over thirty years. She is currently co-producer and host of Folktales, co-coordinator and host of Meet the Music.

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Indiana native, B.J. Hollars, now a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire, has a deep interest in the Americna civil rights movement and flair for creative nonfiction that have converged in a new book called "The Road South: Personal Stories of the Freedom Riders."

Courtesy/Embassy Theatre SCORE Program

Fort Wayne's Embassy Theatre is hosting its three week intensive for middle school studens with a passion for stage craft again this summer.

Courtesy/Club O

Club Orchestra started delivering music education to local elementary school students a decade ago through the Boys and Girls Club.

Last year, it stepped up its game, and its playing field, by partnering with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and the Fort Wayne Community School system.

Tim Brumbeloe

Gregory Stieber and Amy Uptgraft's "Veteran's Spouse Project: I will Wait" is a dynamic theatrical production that premiered in 2015.

Courtesy/First Presbyterian Theater

First Presbyterian Theater is kicking off its 50th season this weekend with the world premiere of "My Dead Clown," an award winning play by Fort Wayne author David Rousculp.

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