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Winter Activities

Learn ‘How to Do Everything’ with Red Green at the Embassy

Red Green knows how to do everything, and he’s here to teach you how. With the help of a little duct tape, of course! The star of the famous Canadian television comedy “The Red Green Show” that aired from 1991 to 2006 will be here in person in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on April 14, 2014. Get your…

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Experience Monty Python's Flying Killer Rabbits at Spamalot!

Be sure to catch the classic Monty Python comedy before curtains close at the Arts United Center in downtown Fort Wayne! Spamalot runs through March 9 and is promised to be an event of chuckles and jokes you don’t want to miss. Spamalot is the comedic version of the story of King Arthur and…

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Casting Crowns Return to Summit City with “Thrive Tour”

The Casting Crowns “Thrive Tour” comes in right when your spirit is waning and the dead of winter is upon us. This concert will be an uplifting experience you don’t want to miss! The GRAMMY and Dove Award-winning winning Christian music group Casting Crowns returns to the Summit City on…

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Country Music Comes to the Summit City with Darius Rucker Tour!

Have a chance to become a “True Believer” by attending country music star Darius Rucker’s own True Believers Tour here in Fort Wayne, Indiana on January 30 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. The platinum-selling singer behind last year’s hit “Wagon Wheel” will perform that and other…

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Mizpah Shrine Circus Comes to the Coliseum in January

When the weather is blustery outside, the perfect place to enjoy some cozy, quality family time is inside. The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum is hosting the Mizpah Shrine Circus January 23 through 26 - an event you don’t want to miss! The fun runs from a Thursday night through Sunday…

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800 Degrees Heats Up Dining in Fort Wayne

One of my absolute favorite eateries in Fort Wayne, Indiana goes by the name 800 Degrees. Hot! The name comes from the high-temperature oven used to cook wood-fired pizzas here. These pizzas are unlike any carry-out you’ve had before. These have a crisp, thin crust. The staff at 800 Degrees…

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