Fort Wayne Reader Feature

Trouble on the horizon

The battle over PEG access and franchise fees

Somewhere amongst the various fees and charges on your cable bill you’ll find a relatively small line item — about $5 — that, in the grand scheme of things, probably gets overlooked. Read More...

Around Town

Bright young things

FWMoA’s 2013 Scholastic Art and Writing Exhibition offers an impressive display of young talent

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art's 2013 Scholastic Art and Writing exhibition is always one of the highlights of their year, as they award the best and brightest high school students and the work they have created over the past year. Read More...

Devotion to dance

Fort Wayne Ballet's Lucia Rogers

Anyone who has seen Lucia Rogers dance — and, if you’ve seen any Fort Wayne Ballet production in the past decade plus, you’ve seen Lucia Rogers dance — might describe her as a graceful dancer, or an elegant dancer, or an ebullient dancer, or a half-dozen other complimentary adjectives, depending on which part she’s playing. Read More...

Road to the big apple

Young jazz ensemble Post-Modern Prohibition holds final fundraiser for NYC jazzfest appearance

The four members of the Sweetwater Jazz Project, a.k.a. Post-Modern Prohibition, are all young. Really young. But they boast the musicianship of old pros, performing a style of jazz influenced by the jazz fusion of the late 60s and early 70s. Read More...

The lost art of rock n' roll

The Dead Records

Fort Wayne by way of North Manchester indie rock band The Dead Records play music that owes a debt to both 90s alternative and classic punk rock. There really isn't a label that would describe them to the fullest… Read More...

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