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Fort Wayne offers fun, inexpensive vacation

Vacations can be expensive and the activities add up quickly. If you are living on a budget, like me, sometimes you have to get creative to find things to do. Luckily, Fort Wayne offers a number of fun, free activities. Read more >

Indiana Glass Trail at Fort Wayne Museum of Art

There is saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, but when it comes to the glass exhibits at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, nothing could be further from the truth. This year’s Summer of Glass exhibits are worth every penny Read more >

IPFW Sculpture with Purpose adds life and fun to downtown Fort Wayne

This academic year marked the 50th anniversary of Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). As part of their celebration, IPFW decided to do something to enhance the community that has seen it grow into the successful university it Read more >

Three Rivers Festival is back!

Since 1969, Fort Wayne has celebrated the source of its founding, our three rivers, with a festival that brings the community together, the Three Rivers Festival. With each passing year, the festival grows and adds more fun to their lineup. This Read more >

Family Fun in Fort Wayne

With the summer sun beating down and the weeks since school let out mounting, it won’t take long for kids to get restless. A fun-filled weekend away can be just the ticket to break the summer boredom. Fort Wayne offers Read more >

Conner Prairie by Candlelight

There are few better ways to get in the spirit of the holiday season than at Conner Prairie by Candlelight. If you’re not familiar with Conner Prairie, it is an Interactive History Park in Fishers, Indiana that recreates life in Read more >

The Patachou Franchise

I remember as a young girl going to Café Patachou with my dad every Saturday morning for cinnamon toast. To this day, my dad and I still visit the breakfast/lunch spot on a relatively regular basis, although some things have Read more >

Indiana’s Historic Courthouses

Have you ever noticed the beautiful, historic architecture at your county’s courthouse? If not, perhaps you should take a look. Thanks to a project supported by Ball State University’s Sponsored Programs Office, you can now enjoy the beautiful, historic architecture Read more >

Embrace Your Punk Roots at the Irving Theater

You’ve been to shows at Klipsch Music Center and the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, but if you’re looking for a more intimate concert experience, look no further than the Irving Theater. Located in Irvington, a historic neighborhood on Read more >