Julia Meek

Courtesy/B&GCFW

The Boys & Girls Club of Fort Wayne has served school aged children and teens for thirty years, and now its brand new facility at the corner of Pontiac and Fairfield is open and welcomes hundreds of members each day.

Courtesy/Damian Mason

Huntington's Damian Mason, businessman, farm owner, blogger and professional speaker, has just added author to his list of accomplishments with his new book, Do Business Better.

Courtesy/Firefly Coffee House

The Firefly Coffee House on the city's north side has been a neighborhood gathering place for twenty years, which it will be celebrating this Saturday with an International Street Food Party.

Courtesy/Love Hustler

Fort Wayne's Electro-Funk duo, Love Hustler, is presenting a Boogaloo Dance Battle this Saturday night at the Philmore on Broadway, in support of the charity organization, Hungry for Music.

Courtesy/Mayor's Arts Council

The Mayor's Arts Council in Angola has been working overtime since its formation last fall, and its Sculptures Angola Project is set to be unveiled and celebrated on the public square in the city's historic commercial district this Saturday.

Courtesy/Greater Fort Wayne Inc.

As of last Monday morning, thanks to Fort Wayne's Art This Way program, there's a brand new mural on the downtown arts scene by Hamburg's internationally acclaimed muralist known as 1010.

Courtesy/Willie Sordillo

Boston-based saxophonist Willie Sordillo's music has taken him around the world, and this Sunday, it's bringing him to Fort Wayne to present his Ballad Project for the Big Apple Jazz Series at Wunderkammer Company.

Courtesy/Arab Fest Fort Wayne

The festival season is upon us here in Fort Wayne, and this weekend, it's time to celebrate the city and its rich cultural diversity with a taste of Arab Fest.

Local Trivia Enthusiast Finds Himself In Jeopardy

May 24, 2019
Courtesy/Wayne Erxleben

Wayne Erxleben, an engineer for Harris Space, by day, divides much of his free time between performing on the local music scene and competing at 07 Pub's Trivia Nights, where he's known to his fellow players as Doctor X.

Courtesy/Shakespeare at Pendleton

Since Huntington University's Jack Heller began the Shakespeare at Pendleton program in 2015, there's been, well, a lot of drama.

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