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Musician, producer, and innovator Thomas Dolby appears at Sweetwater as part of GearFest 2012

Almost everything written about musician, producer, and technological innovator Thomas Dolby will start with the following line: “You may remember Thomas Dolby from the early days of MTV, when his massive hit ‘She Blinded Me With Science’ was inescapable on radio and television, but there’s far more to Dolby’s career and his music than you might realize.” So, consider that written. And it's true… Read More...

Around Town

Irie Reggae

A benefit fir C2G Musical Hall explores deep reggae roots with some of the region’s finest musicians

The problem with doing a story on some genuinely community-minded and likeable people pooling their talents for a good cause is that no one wants to take the spotlight… Read More...

Park life

ARCH’s Historic Home & Garden Tour visits Wildwood Park

Behind the sound barrier walls lining the south side of Jefferson Boulevard in between Ardmore and Freeman streets lies Wildwood Park. It’s an architecturally diverse neighborhood with a rich history that ranks as one of Fort Wayne’s best examples of the “City Beautiful” movement, an era of urban design that sprang up in the very early 20th century. Read More...

Plumbing the depths of Althea's Well

An actor's notebook

In Ruth Tyndall Baker’s Althea’s Well — the first place winner in this year’s Annual Northeast Indiana Playwright’s Festival — it’s 1938 and Althea Wheeler wants running water. Read More...

USF’s 2012 Graduate Thesis Exhibition

Terminal degree programs, and those who hold these terminal degrees, are always important contributors to the construction of any economy or sophisticated culture… Read More...

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