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Merry and Bright

Merry & Bright

Did you Know this about Fort Wayne?

One of the advantages of moving as much as my spouse and I have is that you're more likely to explore the city you are living in rather than taking it for granted, as can happen with natives. When we first moved here about a decade ago, my new friends, many of whom had lived here for years, were surprised at what I could tell them about Fort Wayne. This truly is a very interesting city…

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Date Night in Fort Wayne

In the midst of a cold winter, at first, it can seem as if there is nothing to do. We can't take our significant other to an outdoor concert or for a long walk in the park, so what is there to do? The answer is: a lot more than you would think if you are in Fort Wayne…

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Bring Your Pooch to Play in Pawster Park

If you're visiting Fort Wayne this Spring or Summer, not only is there plenty for you to do, but there are great options for your pooch, as well! What do you get when you mix dogs and great weather together in the Fort? Pawster Park, of course! Pawster Park - a fun play on words of Foster Park…

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ENJOY the corn in Indiana!

Driving down the country roads coming into Fort Wayne from almost any direction, you'll run into your fair share of corn fields. The thick green stalks swaying gently in the wind, their leaves rustling crisply - corn fields bring to mind great summer memories, Field of Dreams visions of…

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Top 5 Reasons Creative Types love Fort Wayne

It is often said that creative pursuits are solitary ones and that the life of an artist is a lonely one. In reality, artists thrive off of other artists. Painters can inspire writers who can spark an idea for a lyric to a song which a photographer listens to as she rearranges perceptions and…

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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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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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Yoga at the Barr Street Market

Yoga is said to have a number of healing benefits for both the mind and the body. Its popularity has been rising steadily over the last few years. From anxiety and arthritis to asthma and back pain, yoga has helped a lot of people move onto the path of healing. Now one studio in Fort Wayne…

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Chalk Walk 2014 - The Beauty Beneath our Feet

With the Three Rivers Festival fast approaching, that also means this year's Chalk Walk is just around the corner. One of the favorite events in the festival, the Chalk Walk, brings tens of thousands of visitors to the streets of Fort Wayne to watch the artists creating mind-bending…

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