Pixar is the kind of studio that can tell an entire love story without words. And it’s a whole love story with adult problems—tragedies, delayed dreams, budget crises, and growing old. Parents taking their children to go see Pixar’s latest film, UP, will be in for a pleasant surprise when
Waynedale Masonic Lodge #739 is participating in a statewide “Child Identification Program.” In the past, many parents have hesitated, or refused, to participate in this program because of unfounded fear. The program got off to a shaky start, in part, because the acronym (IN CHIP) was used to
BROADWAY FAMILY FUNFEST CELEBRATED
One of Fort Wayne’s oldest parks had a $100,000 makeover recently, with the renovation of the McCulloch Park Bandstand and the installation of a musically-themed playground. These improvements were celebrated during the first Broadway Family FunFest at the park
Dr. Sree Karanam of Heart Center Medical Group performs Indiana’s first AngelMed Guardian® system implant as part of new study.
Lutheran Hospital and Heart Center Medical Group’s Northern Indiana Research Alliance announced a local patient has become the first in the state to be implanted with
Mayor Tom Henry and Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll were joined by participants and supporters of the Lifetime Sports Academy for the opening day on Monday, June 8, in the 12th year of LSA.
“Lifetime Sports Academy is an outstanding summer sports program. It’s free and safe for youth
Thursday, May 28th was one of those typical Indiana spring days. There was a grey overcast and the weather couldn’t make up its mind as to what it wanted to do.
Ehlerding Motorsports on Highway 930 East had planned a press conference between 11:00am and 1:00pm to demonstrate a new product, an
I was asked recently by Billie Rykard to make a presentation to the Belle Vista/Allendale Neighborhood Association on July 8. Many of you probably know Billie as the President of the Association, as well as a dedicated worker for her neighborhood and a great advocate for Waynedale.
As I was preparing
NEIGHBORHOOD CODE GEARS UP FOR ENFORCING NEW COMMERCIAL CODE
Neighborhood Stabilization and Business Support Are Main Goals
Starting July 1, the City of Fort Wayne’s Neighborhood Code Enforcement Department will start enforcing the City’s new Commercial Code that ensures commercial properties
PART TWO: 15 FACTS CRITICS DIDN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT NEW LAW REPAIRING UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
STATEHOUSE – Despite critics’ claims that House Enrolled Act 1379 – legislation repairing Indiana’s bankrupt unemployment insurance fund – “doesn’t solve the problem,” conservative
During a long downturn in the financial markets, it’s hard for some people to be cheerful about their prospects for investment success. And that’s not surprising, because a daily diet of bad news can take its toll on investors’ outlooks. Yet if you look beyond the headlines, you can actually
I still remember when the telephone company charged me $1.50 to get a phone number from information! Here’s a number worth putting in your cell phone, or your home phone speed dial: 1-800-goog-411.
ALSO another service at 1-800-free-411.
This is an awesome service from Google, and it’s free
Mrs. Farnsworth’s story: After the reality of our wedding set in, I recalled our courtship…I remembered with great clarity the day Phil (Philo T. Farnsworth) and I met. Agnes Farnsworth and I had been good friends since the day we met at Provo High School, becoming even better friends
EVELYN MARY KOENIG, 90, of Fort Wayne, died on Thursday, May 28, 2009, at Lutheran Hospital. Born on April 13, 1919, in New Haven, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Clara (Cayot) Girardot. She worked at the Allen County Public Library in the Genealogy Department for 18 years. She was
WILLIAM J. LEWIS, M.D., 62, passed away Tuesday, June 9, 2009 at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne. Born in Tacoma, WA, raised in Palo Alto, CA. He started Parkview Neonatal I.C.U. along with Dr. Donald Hoffman, and acted as the Medical Director of the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Parkview Hospital
Police and security forces sealed streets around the ancient capitol metropolis of Istanbul for miles in every direction when US president Barak Hussein Obama and his entourage arrived for the Alliance of Civilizations conference. The boldfaced Hussein is not a misprint.
If you are like most people you still have one “hole to fill” or you have found a couple of empty containers in the garage or basement or storage unit that you want to plant with something that will grow fast. Good news, there are fast growing annuals such as the wave petunia or impatiens
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Who: Calvary United Methodist Church
I lay down
in the darkness
(from “Song Eternal” by Dancing Feather)
Rumors are circulating among the islanders about illegal steroid use at the rooster ranch, but it’s more cynical than that. The rancher’s son recently graduated from a college in France with a degree in Genetic Engineering. Many locals believe Barrack is a super rooster, produced by splicing the
He is tall, and handsome, walking across the platform to receive his high school diploma. He is the ninth of our grandsons to graduate from high school, and there is a wrench of the heart every time. It is an emotional moment, and it is hard to keep the tears from flowing. Just yesterday he was a
In celebration of National Trails Day, Aboite New Trails will host its 2nd annual Get Caught on the Aboite Trails event this Sunday, June 7, from 2-4 p.m., during which volunteers will give away free prizes such as t-shirts, YMCA day passes, water bottles, and Model T Bicycle Rentals
I know that many of you are attending or have attended graduations this past week. I attended my grandson, Clay’s high school graduation, and let me tell you, I will never forget this one, and I want to pass on to you, and have you pass on to your children this particular event.
I Want A Dog
“But mom!” cried Lilly.
“There are no buts about it, you’re not getting a dog!” said Lilly’s mom.
Lilly wanted a dog so bad. She pretty much knew that idea was nothing but a speck of dust, because her brother always has allergic reactions to anything with dandruff. But then,
This week’s “Did you Know” is a continuation of Chapter Six from a soon to be published book entitled Spirituality and God by Glenn Chesnut: The rise of modern atheism during the 1880s…Atheistic and quasi-atheistic ideas had begun to appear in public contexts by the end of