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Merry and Bright

Merry & Bright

Holley Taylor
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Holley T.
Holley is a student at Albion College in Michigan studying English with a Creative Writing Emphasis and History. The Fort Wayne native is looking forward to her graduation in the spring. Holley enjoys reading, writing, dancing, and spending time with family and friends.

Best Doggone Chili Challenge

Chili is a classic American food - a real stick to your ribs kind of meal. Over the years countless recipes for this delicious treat have developed, and now, only one question remains: who makes the best chili? Fort Wayne is trying to find out who makes the best chili in town with the first…

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Country Fest '14 brings exciting headliners

This year's Country Fest is stacked with talented musicians guaranteed to please. The seventh annual K105 Country Fest will take place on Saturday, September 20. Doors will open at 1:00 pm and the first singer will take the stage at 3:00 pm. For the second year in a row, Parkview Field in the…

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Fort Wayne Outfitters offers unique activities

Tucked away by the river in the historic Cass Street Depot - a building that looks like an illustration from an old fairy tale - lies Fort Wayne Outfitters and Bike Depot. This gem made its debut in Fort Wayne in 2007 and has been helping both residents and visitors alike to rediscover the joy of…

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Shindigz National Summer Soccer Festival 2014

With the World Cup long over, if you find yourself looking longingly for a little more soccer action, then you are in luck! The Shindigz National Summer Soccer Festival is back again! The 2014 festival will take place this weekend, August 21 - 23 at the Fort Wayne Sport Club. This year teams…

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New Jefferson Pointe play area depicts Fort Wayne history

We are excited to announce the opening day of Fort Wayne's newest play area. Going in at Jefferson Pointe Shopping Center, this indoor play area offers over 2,000 square feet of play space, is Fort Wayne themed, and promises to be a destination not to miss! "We're hoping this gives back to…

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Summer of Glass II at the Museum of Art

There is saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, but when it comes to the glass exhibits at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, nothing could be further from the truth. This year's Summer of Glass II exhibits are worth every penny of a visit. The museum is hosting the 42nd Annual…

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Lefthanders rejoice! LeftFest a celebration of the southpaw

Come celebrate International Lefthanders Day on August 13 with Fort Wayne’s Leftfest! At 4005 South Wayne Ave. there will be fun and festivities all day from 1:00 – 7: 00 p.m. The event is meant to celebrate southpaws and raise awareness of the challenges they face adapting to a world…

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Fort Wayne for Millennials

Usually defined as people born in the 1980s and 1990s, Millennials recently usurped Baby Boomers as the largest generation. Despite our overwhelming presence in the world, we are often still a bit of an overlooked group. We are often deemed as antisocial (constantly on our phones) or still…

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A Night out in Fort Wayne

Sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to decide where to go out on the weekends in a new city. There are bars around the corner and across town, but it's hard to know which one will be able to give you the night out you are looking for. But you're in luck; Visit Fort Wayne has got you…

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