Arts Interviews

Courtesy/Julie Wall

Americans purchase approximately 6.5 billion greeting cards each year.

Here in Fort Wayne, Julie Wall, owner of Hedgehog Press, caters to some of that demand with a variety of fine art cards, and teaches the craft as well.

Courtesy/Thom Hofrichter

Beginning this Thursday, First Presbyterian Theater is presenting "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."

Farenheit Blog

It's been just over three months since IPFW's George Kalamaras ended his two year reign as Indiana's Poet Laureate.

Now he's back in the limelight, as recipient of the university's first-ever "Featured Faculty for Excellence in Engagement  Award."

In honor of National Poetry Month, WBOI's Julia Meek decided to meet with the poet to discuss the inroads he's traveled, and the insights he's gathered along this journey.

Adam Garland

Fort Wayne's local music scene is an active one, and an agency called Soirée is dedicated to bringing more of that music to Northeast Indiana.

Public Domain

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, love is in the air -- and love songs are in the heart.

Courtesy/Todd Davis

  January is National Hobby Month, and to one Northeast Indiana resident, that means it's time to collect!

Courtesy/Jennifer Ford Art

There's a new art gallery on the Fort Wayne scene with a unique outlook and location.

Courtesy/Jared Busch

Ready for a good laugh? Fort Wayne's Let's Comedy! is offering a very merry way to celebrate the season with their comedy show "Two Nights Before Christmas."

Courtesy/Ty Causey

Fort Wayne's singer/songwriter Ty Causey has a new soulful CD for the holidays, called Christmas Flow.

Thom Hofrichter

This weekend, the First Presbyterian Theater is offering a fresh look--and a huge laugh--at the holiday season, with The Santaland Diaries.

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