Locally Made Mondays
Locally Made Monday - Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus
A local chorus group is making amazing music out of Fort Wayne and it has done so for forty years.
Locally Made Monday - The Mindcap Center
Last year, we showed you a local practicioner that is blending neuroplasticity with physical …
Locally Made Monday - The Wick Works
Northeast Indiana has a lot of places where you can make your own locally-made goods, like …
Locally Made Monday - Warrior Business Services
Now that we're in a brand new year it's now time to start thinking about doing your taxes.
Locally Made Monday - Curlybyrdie Chirps
Fort Wayne isn't New York, Paris, or Milan,but a local fashion blogger from right here is making …
Locally Made Monday - Milan Center
For nearly seventy years-- Milan Center Feed and Grain has produced and sold animal feed in our …
Locally Made Monday - LiveOn Goods Expands
Back in May, we showed you a new product on Locally Made Monday from a brand new local company.
Locally Made Monday - Filament Tattoo
For the past five weeks, we've taken a look at the city of Wabash, Indiana, and how Deluxe …
Locally Made Monday - Eclectic Shoppe
As we continue to take a look at the renaissance in downtown Wabash, we look at a very eclectic …
Locally Made Monday - Schlemmer Bros.
The city of Wabash, Indiana, has been around since the 1880's. Tonight on Locally Made Monday, we'…
Locally Made Monday: Ellen's Bridal
Locally Made Monday continues with part three of its series on Wabash.
Locally Made Monday - Thriftalicious
When you think about thirft stores the first thing you might think is old clothes, or maybe old …
Locally Made Monday - Harry's Old Kettle Pub & Grill
One thing that makes our region of northeastern Indiana and northwest Ohio so dynamic is the …
Fort Wayne Beer History
People and companies in Fort Wayne and the surrounding area have made many products that have …
About Locally Made Mondays
Locally Made Mondays is about the businesses - small and large - that make up the framework of Northeast Indiana. We highlight the local businesses whose impacts range from here in our home towns - all the way to the four corners of the world. We look at the people who make our local economy work - and how it sets the tone for the rest of the nation
Join us each Monday night to see which business earns the distinction of being Locally Made.
If you are a business owner - or have a great idea for a business that should be covered - contact Andrew Logsdon at
or at email@example.com