Arts Interview

Ruth Yaro Photography

After winning a lifelong battle with food addiction and losing one hundred pounds in about a year, Fort Wayne resident Emily Boller has chronicled that journey in a new book titled Starved to Obesity.

Courtesy/Audiences Unlimited

L.I.F.E. Adult Day Academy students are making a community connection and a big splash on the local arts scene with a beach-themed choral and dance program this coming Tuesday, April 9th, at the Arts United ArtsLab.

Courtesy/Fort Wayne Public Art Commission

Since its formation about a year ago, Fort Wayne's Public Art Commission has been working hard to engage the community and develop a master plan.

Courtesy/Rotary Club of Fort Wayne

The Rotary Club of Fort Wayne takes its tag line, "Dream big about service," very seriously, and this year, it is making a big splash on the downtown Riverfront scene with a Water Jet Fountain, which will be constructed adjacent to the Compass Pavilion in the heart of Promenade Park.

Courtesy/Three Rivers Music Theatre

Fun Home, one of the most celebrated Broadway musicals of the decade, made its groundbreaking debut in 2015 as the first musical in history to feature a lesbian protagonist.

Courtesy/James and the Drifters

James and the Drifters is a four piece rock band with a smooth sound, a positive message and a curious name.

Courtesy/First Presbyterian Theater

As the First Presbyterian Theater heads toward its fiftieth anniversary celebration in April, this season’s line up is a strong one, and the group is kicking off the new year in a particularly thoughtful way with a big-little play about faith, called The Christians.

Amy Rowland

Lighthouse Affects is a newly launched program here in Fort Wayne, especially designed to engage and empower creative young people through artistic expression.

Annual NEIKC Show Going To The Dogs

Oct 26, 2018
Jen Moser

The Northeastern Indiana Kennel Club officially formed in 1932, after conducting dog shows since 1920.

Andy Laverghetta

Stan Whippo has hosted the live, four-hour classical music show Matinee every weekday on our sister station, Classical 94.1 WBNI, for more than twenty years.

And being in his early nineties, Stan has decided that now feels like the right time to retire.