My Favorite Places to Run - Kreager Park

This year’s Fort4Fitness has come and gone, and I feel pretty good about the result – I finished more than six minutes under the time I had set as a goal. But with more races to run – and fall weather to enjoy – I wanted to get back out on the trails. However, a busy schedule and lousy…

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The Double Dragon: A Tasty Downtown Option

Want to find some good takeout Chinese food downtown? Look no further than the Double Dragon, 117 W Wayne St. This shop is tucked into a row of store fronts. Some parallel parking is available right outside, next to the sidewalk. The Double Dragon is open late at night, for downtown, 10 a.m…

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Stoner’s Funstore Offers Fun for Any Occasion!

With Halloween just around the corner, come check out Stoner’s Funstore for your last-minute costume, accessories, and any other dress-up needs! Named after the owner Dick Stoner, a nationally-renowned magician, Stoner’s has been in downtown Fort Wayne since 1949, but I visited this store for…

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My Favorite Places to Run - Shoaff Park

The first of my “Best Places to Run in Fort Wayne” posts featured Concordia Theological Seminary, and I hope some of you have had a chance to check it out (both the post and the campus). I wrote that post after a “heated” run – man, it was hot that day – but soon after, the weather took a…

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Fort Wayne's Haunted Houses

Some people (myself included) are a little afraid of the dark. When a horror movie comes on TV, I have to flip on a light – just to make sure. For some reason, however, I make it a yearly tradition to visit a haunted house during the Halloween season. Maybe it’s the thrill of not knowing…

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Take a Tasty Trip Back in Time Inside the Lincoln Tower

If you have a few extra minutes in downtown Fort Wayne, make a quick stop at the Lincoln Tower! It’s one of the Fort’s most beautiful and historic gems. Located across from the courthouse downtown on Berry Street, it was built in the late 1920s and completed in 1930. This ARCH member is a source of…

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Indiana's Oldest Jewish Congregation

Congregation Achduth Vesholom in Fort Wayne is Indiana’s oldest Jewish congregation, founded in 1848 by a group of 23 people as a “Society for Visiting the Sick and Burying the Dead”. In 1874, the congregation became a “Reform” congregation, meaning they are Reform Jews as opposed, for…

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Sky Zone: Why don't you bounce?

Sky Zone was not what I expected when I walked in. It’s very popular place and was pretty crowded when my husband and I arrived, but we were served right away. I would definitely say that the majority of the patrons were under the age of 16, but there were groups of older teens and adults…

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Gnomes, Pumpkins and Kids at the Botanical Conservatory

What could be cuter than kids in a pumpkin patch? Maybe pumpkins with kids and a few friendly gnomes, peeking through corn stalks and just waiting to get their picture taken! Check out the “Punkin Path,” a pint-sized display of gourds, pumpkins and other fall flora at the Foellinger-Freimann…

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Haunted Tours take Fort Wayne into realm of the unknown

This Halloween season, you won't have to stay home and watch a marathon of all the Paranormal Activity movies to get your spooks in and experience that tingle of terror down your spine. You can just come out to Fort Wayne and let one of the ARCH tours guide you on an adventure of the world…

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