Arts Interviews


The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne is teaming up with Purdue Fort Wayne's Community Research Institute on a project to establish a Women's Fund.

Bambi Guthrie

Fort Wayne native John Hartman is a seasoned videographer who formed his own company about six months ago on the city's south side, aptly named Zero Seven Films.

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The 12th annual Record Store Day is this Saturday, and here in Fort Wayne, that's music to every audiophile's ears.

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With National Poetry Month just around the corner, spoken word is getting ready to take the spotlight.

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The Fort Wayne Männerchor Damenchor is getting ready to kick off its 150th anniversary year with a song in their hearts and a number of special events to celebrate the love of German music and culture that continues to drive the organization.

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Christopher Murphy is back in the Arena Theatre director's chair again, this time ready to locally premiere Ken Ludwig's latest farce, A Comedy of Tenors, on Friday evening.


The AVOW organization was founded a little over two years ago with the purpose of giving women here in Fort Wayne a voice in public life.

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Whether you're vegan, vegetarian, organic omnivore...or just a foodie looking for that perfect bite, the local market is a tastier place these days, thanks to Young Urban Homesteaders.

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The 2013 winner of the Northeast Indiana Playwright Festival, The Wedding Gift, by Nancy Carlson Dodd, is making a triumphant return to the Civic Theatre this weekend.

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Andrew Paul Davis is a native Floridian, now living in Indiana, who made this state the setting for his first full length movie, after honing his craft while attending Upland's Taylor University.