The Pavement

Developing public health

November 4, 2016

The laws and regulations that define economic development within our cities have had a direct impact on public health for

Protecting our third places

September 23, 2016

We might not have known they’re called “third places,” but we all know we love being there with our friends.

Economics of happiness

August 26, 2016

Happiness is something we wall want, but Columnists Zachary Benedict and Ellen Cutter explain why it’s something cities need to understand and inspire to succeed.

The toilet paper paradox

July 8, 2016

Columnists Zachary Benedict and Ellen Cutter discuss the surprisingly serious toilet paper issue.

The power of place

June 29, 2016

Columnists Zachary Benedict and Ellen Cutter, in their debut column, equip us to use the ideas “quality of life” and “quality of place.”

The grand ballroom was carved out of the sixth and seventh floors of the former Indiana Hotel. Photo courtesy of the Embassy Theatre.

Indiana Hotel rebirth

March 11, 2016

Once neglected, the Indiana Hotel is now a glorious gathering place, thanks to a $10 million renovation.

Amber Recker, photography by Ellie Bogue

Continuing the link

May 12, 2015

Artlink’s new director Amber Recker has some big ideas about coloring outside the box.

Lincoln Highway

May 12, 2015

Historian Tom Castaldi tells how this precedent-setting roadway came through Fort Wayne: the Lincoln Highway.

Terry Ratliff, photography by Ellie Bogue

New energy on Broadway

May 12, 2015

The new gallery in town is bursting with the energy of Terry Ratliff and his brilliant art.

Michael Oberholtzer, photography by Mari Sheibley

On Broadway

May 12, 2015

From bellman to Broadway, Michael Oberholtzer’s dreams are becoming a reality.

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