By William Bryant Rozier FORT WAYNE—The African/African American Historical Society Museum (AAAHSM) has an inspired slate of projects and collaborations planned for 2017. Starting the year strong, the AAAHSM’s current initiative can be found at the Downtown Public Library, in the display cases on the second floor. CENTRAL WAS THE FIRST is a 10-case exhibition, […]
Kickstart Festival continues to grow FORT WAYNE—The Kickstart Festival Planning Committee is scheduled to present Kickstart Festival 2016 in May in Fort Wayne. The Kickstart Festival is a month-long celebration of bikes, music, art and theatre, ushering in a summer filled with activity in our community. Responding to an increasing interest and demand for events […]
FORT WAYNE—The University of St. Francis School of Creative Arts is scheduled to offer a number of summer classes geared for young people. The include: • “Art in the Morning” summer art classes for children in grades one through eight. The “Art in the Morning” youth program is scheduled to run 9 a.m. to 11:30 […]
Ken Tolbert, founder and CEO of the Superband LAST CALL has brought a level of entertainment to Fort Wayne that is second to none.
Fort Wayne-based siblings, hip-hop/pop duo Chrome Cats, have officially entered Billboard’s Top 40 Indicator Charts a second time with their highly anticipated single “Best Life.”
An anonymous donor has agreed to pay the $5 entry fee for young people to the Unity Day Celebration, Jan. 20. the Youth Expo is scheduled to run from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. comes to life in Heartland Sings: We are the Dream at 7 p.m., Jan. 20 in the North Campus Auditorium at the University of Saint Francis.