Monthly Archives: June 2011
Online content and its impact on traditional TV packages are the subject of today’s edition, with hosts Phil Shaull and Susan Burns.
The panel discusses the Rivers Summit, and we get a preview of the Citizen Square open house in this edition of Midday Matters.
Phil and Ricky are reunited at last to answer your gardening conundrums.
Susan Burns hosts as we discuss money saving ideas with staff from Community Action of Northeast Indiana and Bob Cayler from the News Sentinel.
Irene Walters from IPFW talks to Phil about the upcoming RiverFest, and Ann Donner plays accordion pieces for us, in this edition of Midday Matters.
Rick Kemery is here to explain the effect of damp weather on vegetation, and gives advice on how to defend your plants against rabbits and other pests.
Park View Health Dietician Kathy Wehrle discusses healthy eating, and Abby Widmer and Lydia Ferarro talk about rape awareness in this edition of Midday Matters with Dr. Deb McMahon.
Two new graduate programs in pharmacy and law have started here in Fort Wayne, so Phil and Susan have Dr. Art Snyder in from Indiana Tech to answer questions about them.
Poverty is on the increase in Allen County, and John Stafford from IPFW joins Phil to explain why. Also on the show Jane Avery from Community Harvest Food Bank gives the perspective of someone who deals with poverty every single … Continue reading
Catherine Lee reviews ‘Bridesmaids,’ a film that has been causing debate about women in comedic leading roles.