Julia Meek

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Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana is presenting an exhibit by artists who have experienced mental health challenges.

Called The Art of Hope, the show opens this Thursday evening at Manchester University's Fort Wayne Campus and runs through January of 2020.

Local Music Makers Revisit The Last Waltz

Oct 16, 2019
Adam Garland

Fort Wayne musician Tommy Saul is adding another facet of the business to his list of accomplishments this week, as he and Jake Wilhelm get ready to present a tribute to The Last Waltz, The Band's farewell performance back in 1976, at the Philmore on Broadway this Friday evening.

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Artlink is getting ready to connect creatives across the Midwest with strategies, narrative tools and interactive opportunities to explore all forms of emerging tech.

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Summit City Music Theatre is putting a creative spin on its latest production, The Little Shop of Horrors, by taking it out of the theatre and into the greenhouse.

Samantha Theisen

Purdue Fort Wayne's Environmental Resources Center has a greatly expanded new home on the campus, located right along the St. Joseph River.

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Fort Wayne native Eric Rhoads is an internationally recognized artist and career entrepreneur now living in Austin.

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Award winning author Lynn Cullen is a Fort Wayne native who draws heavily on her childhood memories to spin the plot of her latest novel, The Sisters of Summit Avenue.

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As Creative Women of the World continues to flourish in its second decade of operation, founder, Lorelei Verlee, is passing the directorship of its retail store in downtown Fort Wayne to local women's advocate, Lynne Gilmore.

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Tanya Zabinski, a traveling artist from New York, is making her debut as author illustrator this month with Peace, Love, Action!: Everyday Acts of Goodness.

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As the season winds to a close, Deer Park Irish Pub is pitching a tent and commemorating Woodstock's 50th anniversary with its own summer festival this Saturday, called--get ready for it--Deerstock.

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