Fort Wayne Reader Feature

The Nutcracker 2013

The holiday tradition returns with more spectacle, more magic… and more “Muttcrackers”

“People look at The Nutcracker as part of the holiday season,” says Karen Gibbons-Brown, Artistic Director of the Fort Wayne Ballet. “It’s a tradition, and it’s a big production. You’ve got the visual of the costumes and the music with a live orchestra. I like to think that if people don’t like dance — or think they don’t like dance — they’ve at least enjoyed the theater experience.” Read More...

Around Town

Graphic Responses

A piece of The Serie Project

In Spring of 2013, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art made a major purchase of over 200 works created over the last two decades from The Serie Project, a non-profit organization founded by Sam Coronado in 1993 in Austin, Texas, that promotes the fine art of serigraphy. Read More...

Seeing black circles

Confessions of a music junkie

It's usually this time of year when I really start to think about my obsession. It's not something I'm necessarily proud of, but it's not something I'm ashamed of either. Read More...

The Return of the Clyde Theater

An iconic Fort Wayne landmark rumbles back to life

The old Quimby Theater, originally known as the Clyde, isn't what it used to be. Years of abandonment and neglect have taken its toll on this once proud jewel of the Southwest side of Fort Wayne. Read More...

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