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We’re Artscentric and “Feeling the Love” on today’s edition of the program.
On this edition of Outer Spaces, Doug Hackbarth joins us once again to take your plant and garden questions.
On today’s Midday Matters, we’re talking sports medicine. We’ll explore how to identify neck and back pain that’s worth going to the doctor for; then we’ll get the ins and outs of joint pain.
On today’s program, Susan and Sean explore the history and value of Fort Wayne’s sister city relationships, and they check in with Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana to see how business education for young people has changed in the organization’s … Continue reading
On this edition of Midday Matters, Fort Wayne City Controller Pat Roller and John Stafford from the Community Research Institute at IPFW visit the show to talk about the recent findings of Fort Wayne’s Fiscal Policy Working Group.
There were so many issues left untouched in our program about the theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, that we asked Fred McKissack, Jr., Prof. Bradley Yoder, and Bob Caylor to stick around after the show to continue the conversation.
On Monday’s Midday Matters on “The State of Public Radio,” we had a show full of great conversations and thoughtful listener questions, which meant one of the prerecorded interviews we were going to use for the show did not make … Continue reading
There were a number of online comments and issues Sean and his guests didn’t get a chance to breach during today’s show about race. Luckily, everyone wanted to stick around and continue the conversation. This is a special web-only feature … Continue reading
On today’s program, Brent Wake and DeAnna Vorndren join us to talk about Bank On Fort Wayne, a new initiative to educate the public about the value of banking. Later in the show, Ken McCrory from the DeKalb County Economic … Continue reading
On today’s program, Canadian Consul General Roy Norton joins us by phone to talk about the importance and depth of the Canadian-US relationship, and what those ties mean for Indiana. Later in the program, Bill Stanczykiewicz from the Indiana Youth … Continue reading