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Spring Activities

Faith Bell
Faith B.
A native Clevelander and graduate of Kenyon College, Faith Bell moved to Fort Wayne in 2013. She has enjoyed getting to know the city and the Hoosier state, from visiting festivals and bison ranches to any cozy bakery she can find. As an avid reader, you can usually find her not too far from a book and a cup of tea.

Quench Your Thirst at Fort Wayne’s Juice Shops

Summer is my favorite season. It’s warm, sunny, and colorful. During the cold months I have to remind myself to eat fruit, but in the summer I crave it. A refreshing and convenient way to consume fruit this season is by drinking a cold-pressed fruit juice. With no hidden sugar and an abundance of…

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Enjoy Korean Food in Fort Wayne at Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden is one of the hidden treasures of Fort Wayne and one of the best Asian restaurants in town. Tucked away next to a Marathon gas station on the busy thoroughfare that is Coliseum Road, this family-owned restaurant is easy to pass by. But those in the know realize it’s not only has…

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Celebrate Beauty at the Art of Hair

Natural is fashionable, from the celebration of curls to the variety of healthy choices in stores. But this is no trend. It's a movement here to stay, because it's all about embracing who you are. That can be clearly seen at The Art of Hair event on Saturday, March 14, where you are invited to a…

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National Novel Writing in Fort Wayne

November has begun and so has National Novel Writing Month, the challenge to write 50,000 words in a month. The point of NaNoWriMo is not to produce a perfect book ready for print, but to do a rough draft that can be edited later. The site explains that the nonprofit’s approach to creative…

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