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On today’s Artcentric Edition: A ‘not quite last Saturday’ look at D.I.D.’s weekend of excitement w/ Tena Woenker (get your appetites ready for a Taste of the Arts rundown!) and Drama! Drama! Drama! w/ Thom Hofrichter & Ranae Butler.
It’s time once again to explore your Outer Spaces!
Get ready to relax on today’s Health 360-we’re talking stress management for a whole hour with Jack Dyer and Richard Johnson of Mindfulness Matters of Fort Wayne. We’ll talk about stress related diseases, and stress reduction.
It’s time for another Tech Tuesday on Midday Matters! Kevin Mullett and Anthony Juliano will be here once again to update us on the latest in the digital world.
On today’s News Review edition of Midday Matters, we’re talking about the rise of meth in Indiana, its impact on our communities, and what authorities can do to stem the problem.
Today’s Artcentric edition is highly embellished! We’re touring theDecatur Sculpture Walk w/ Trois Hart & Greg Mendez, then a pirouette through the Mikautadze Dance Theatre w/ Elizabeth & David Mikautadze
On today’s Health 360 Linda Hathaway,the McMillen Center Programs Manager and Jennifer Lutz, Pyramid for Success Coordinator and former middle school counselor joins us to discuss anti bullying in FWCS. On the second half, Dr. Mirro joins us to speak on … Continue reading
From Midday Matters Financial FocusTuesday co-host, Susan Burns: Social Security turns 77 today, AARP turns 54, and it seems only fitting that today we focus on financial topics of interest to seniors! Join us to learn more about protecting assets, low-cost travel, … Continue reading
On today’s Midday Matters, we’re revisiting the impact of for-profit colleges in the wake of Sen. Tom Harkin’s recent report. If you attended a for-profit school, what’s your take?
Today’s 1st Friday Edition w/ the fortland’s Artcentric Ambassador, Steve Penhollow is focused on Huntington University’s Fandana Festival 2012, w/ Jeff Berggren & Nathan Hartman, and Sarah Aubrey’s take on the FWMoA’s Contemporary Realism Biennial.