Historic Landing Gets a Lift

March 24, 2018

In a few months, a $32 million construction effort will begin on the Landing, marking the most recent reincarnation of our oldest commercial district.

Dig in the Garden

March 14, 2018

The early weeks of winter have given us more snow and subzero weather than Fort Wayne has had in previous

Hit the Trails: Celebrating 100 Miles

December 18, 2017

Community. Opportunities. Connectivity. This is what Fort Wayne’s trail system symbolizes: connecting community members to parks, local businesses and each

Where Our Rivers Converge

November 17, 2017

Although raised in Evanston, Illinois in one of the country’s largest metropolitan areas, Linda Howard said her weekends visiting

Public Art and Hyperlocality

July 14, 2017

Public art, at its core, is more than a littering of aesthetically pleasing installations. It’s a placemaking strategy that, when used effectively, can promote a community’s personality and communicate its values.

Adventure Playgrounds

June 9, 2017

These early playgrounds were designed for adventure, often providing children with materials (lumber, nails, etc.) to build their own creations. The hope was that the act of building would require the children to collaborate. And they worked.

Keep it flowing

May 10, 2017

Riverfront development is in the works — here’s mistakes to avoid.

A trend that holds water

May 5, 2017

This month we’re talking succulents. Columnist Nancy Crowe shows why these juicy plants have spiked in popularity.

Garden cities

April 21, 2017

Great places rely on nature — namely, Garden Cities.

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