Fort Wayne Reader Feature

Fringe Fest

Four-day event offers a smorgasbord of performing arts

During my talk with Jason Markzon, one of the organizers of the Fort Wayne Fringe Fest, I’m trying to avoid using the word “eclectic” to describe the line-up of festival performers… Read More...

Around Town

Artists at Fort Wayne Fringe

Artists performing at Fort Wayne Fringe.

Blanket terms

American Tapestry Biennial 9 at the FWMoA

In modern times, textiles carry a shadow of their past influence and aesthetic value. Valued for its durability and ability to present great deals of visual information, textiles like the Bayeux Tapestry (actually embroidered cloth, not a tapestry), have been used to document momentous historical occasions, as well as personal and family purposes to highlight milestones. Read More...

Comedy, crime and family secrets

The winners of the 4th annual Northeast Indiana Playwrights Festival

Many writers will tell you that a great deal of writing is actually re-writing — polishing, editing, and honing the material until it’s “just right” — and playwright Nancy Carlson Dodd would probably agree. Read More...

Taking the fall

Stuntman One at the B-side

I'm of the opinion that the best way to connect to an artist is to see them live. It's one thing to be in the comfort of your living room, bedroom, basement, etc... and fall in love with music. But it's a completely different vibe to be up close and personal with a musician and see them sing and play. Read More...

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