Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

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Whitney Caudill is an administrator and professor at Manchester University. As a transplant to Fort Wayne, she blogs about professional and women's issues, life with celiac disease, and her Midwestern adventure on The Huffington Post Blog and It is pretty -https://coalfieldstocornfields.wordpress.com.

Carrie Underwood at Memorial Coliseum

ACT NOW! AS OF PRESS TIME, ONLY A FEW SINGLE SEATS REMAIN FOR THIS SOON-TO-BE SOLD OUT SHOW! Fort Wayne’s War Memorial Coliseum continues to feature the best that popular country music has to offer. If you missed Jason Aldean or Zac Brown you can make up for it by catching country music…

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Paula's on Main

Paula’s on Main, located at 1732 West Main Street, is a Fort Wayne restaurant institution. If someone says seafood in Fort Wayne you will hear the name Paula’a shortly thereafter. Paula’s is on the slow end of Main Street in downtown Fort Wayne. It occupies two store fronts and includes a…

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Artlink's Latest Exhibit is Plastic Fantastic!

Have you met HOLGA? Diana? No? Well, here is your chance to enter the interesting, unique, and colorful world of the toy camera. Plastic cameras first appeared on the photography scene in the 1960s, bringing photography to the masses. Now these cameras have developed a cult following and are…

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Girls' Night in Fort Wayne: Art & Drinks

Are you looking for a fun evening to spend with the girls? If so, a local Fort Wayne artist has the answer for you! Angela at ArtsyStrokes & Spirits offers an evening of fun with art. How does it work? You get a gang together and Angela will walk your group through painting a piece of art of…

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Top 5 Seafood Restaurants in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, Indiana has great seafood. For some this may seem improbable. After all, the Fort Wayne coastline meets only the waters of Lake Michigan. But it is true. Here are my top five restaurants for seafood in our fair city. Enjoy…

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Food for Thought: An Indiana Harvest

Food is one of the few things that we all have in common. Whether food is your job, hobby, passion, or just sustenance, it is something we all can appreciate. It is something important to everyone. So, when Indiana Humanities set out to find a topic that could spark conversation about life…

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The Oyster Bar Does Gluten-Free

The Oyster Bar has a long and storied history in Fort Wayne. It was born on South Calhoun Street in 1830. In its long life, The Oyster Bar has had many names and many owners. It has been a saloon and the gathering place of Fort Wayne’s professional crowd. Now, it is a Fort Wayne institution…

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One Night Only: Bob Dylan & His Band at Parkview Field

“I just don't hear anyone else making the music I'm making in my head, so I'll have to do it myself.” Bob Dylan Bob Dylan released his first album titled Bob Dylan in 1962. Fifty years later, the 71 year old legendary artist is still playing the music that only he can make. Music that has…

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