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Heather Q.

Heather grew up in a small town and is somewhat new to Fort Wayne; she is a senior at IPFW studying Organizational Leadership and Supervision. She is a Child Care Assistant for Fort Wayne community schools through the YMCA. Her hobbies include shopping, baking cookies, scrapbooking, and going to IPFW sporting events.

Shop a few of Fort Wayne’s Historical Shops

Looking for a unique shopping (or browsing) experience? A few local spots offer great shopping, with a touch of history on the side! Pio Market on State St - 1225 East State Boulevard Fort Wayne, IN 46805 Phone: (260) 484-5414 When you walk into the Pio Market II, it’s as if you are…

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Catch the Mizpah Shrine Circus!

Bring the whole family go Fort Wayne’s annual circus extravaganza, the Mizpah Shrine Circus. Year after year, this fun family friendly event brings you smiles and excitements with our riveting show featuring exotic animals, hilarious clowns, and many other talented performers and…

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Taking a Tour of Fort Wayne's Historical Restaurants!

Looking for a restaurant that offers a delicious meal with a side of history? Check out these long-running Fort Wayne favorites . . . The Oyster Bar - 1830 South Calhoun Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Phone: (260) 744-9490 Today it is one of Fort Wayne's favorite restaurants, but it came from humble…

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Fort Wayne's African/African American Historical Museum

Fort Wayne's African/African American Historical Museum Have you visited the African/African-American Historical Museum lately? It might be time to give it a second visit! This museum is full of knowledgeable and friendly staff members who take you on a tour of the museum and explain…

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Catch the Zac Brown Band at the Memorial Coliseum

Zac Brown Band may have nine hit singles, two platinum-selling records and countless dedicated fans, but to hear it's members talk they're just getting warmed up. That's right, after numerous nights in front of packed arenas and amphitheaters, things are just beginning to come together for…

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"Freedom Riders and Bus Boycotters" Exhibit Roll Into Town!

This November, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art launched twin exhibits exploring the efforts of a group of men and women, who, in 1961, were arrested for peacefully protesting segregation laws in the American South as part of their "Freedom Riders and Bus Boycotters" exhibit. Artists Charlotte…

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Black Friday Shopping Tips

Looking to do a little Black Friday shopping this year? Me too! Many of Fort Wayne's retail giants are anchored around our two biggest malls: Glenbrook Square and Jefferson Pointe. As you plan your route, be sure to consider a few of my Black Friday tips: On Thanksgiving day figure out what…

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The Women of Lockerbie at IPFW Theatre

A mother from New Jersey roams the hills of Lockerbie Scotland, looking for her son’s remains which were lost in the crash of Pan Am 103. While there, she comes across the Women of Lockerbie, who are fighting the US Government to obtain the clothing of the victims found in the plane’s…

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