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Winter Activities

International Cuisine in Fort Wayne

Burmese Aladdin Food Express (Halal) Mahnin Asia Nawarat Nine House Pho-Shi Caribbean One Love Food Truck Tropic Chicken Labastida Dominican Chinese Bamboo Garden China Buffet China Express China House China Palace Chung King Express Gourmet Double Dragon…

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Fort Wayne Pride Guide

While June is the official Pride Month, Fort Wayne, Indiana keeps its LGBTQ+ pride running high into July! The LGBTQ+ Inside Scoop to Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne boasts a rainbow of businesses proud of their genders and sexualities, some even making it a core value of their business to promote…

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A Guide to Exploring the Wells Street Corridor

Welcome to the historic Wells Street Corridor! Park the car and spend the day weaving in and out of charming boutiques and shops, then relax and refuel at any of the delicious and diverse dining options. Guide to the Wells Street Corridor in Fort Wayne Dining Start your journey through the corridor…

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An Insider's Guide to Greek Fest

Part of Fort Wayne's great summer festivals, Holy Trinity Greek-Orthodox Church is hosting its 42nd Annual Fort Wayne Greek Festival! The festival is from June 23–26, but before you go, check out this insider's guide that takes you through the many great aspects of the festival…

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48 Hours in Fort Wayne: Multicultural Dining Itinerary

Fort Wayne, Indiana is home to many restaurants with their own ethnic cuisine. There are dozens of different international cuisines that are served in the city. Some of these include: Burmese, Chinese, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mexican, Thai, and Vietnamese…

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History You Can Feel: Turner Chapel A.M.E. Church

There’s rich, local African American history hidden in plain sight and waiting to be discovered in Fort Wayne. If you have ever driven East from downtown Fort Wayne on Jefferson Boulevard heading toward Indiana Tech, then you have seen Fort Wayne’s first and oldest black church. Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded here in 1849 and still serves faith and love to our community today…

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