Monthly Archives: July 2011
On Arts Centric Midday Matters we have members of the Darfur Women’s Network talking about Darfurian arts and culture, along with local film director Greg Locke.
After fading in the 1990s, the sport of roller derby is experiencing a major revival, largely ditching fixed-match theatrics in favor of athletic endeavor. The Fort Wayne Derby Girls have become a staple of the city’s sports scene, but an … Continue reading
Betsy Yankowiak and Sean Nolan from the Little River Wetlands Project join us in the studio to talk about the beauty of local ecosystems, and Jon Bomberger from Fort Wayne Trails gives us tips on just how we can get … Continue reading
Kristin Adams joins us to explain the new state health improvement plant, and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jason Heisler talks about hip replacement surgery. Also on the program Sherry Doyle, who lost her son to an infection spread by mosquitos, talks … Continue reading
Almost two-thirds of working women fear that they may never have enough money to retire. What can women do to prepare for the retirement phase of life? Our guests today include Deb Romary, president of Romary Financial Services, and Cindy Houndsell, president … Continue reading
Today on Midday Matters, Sean Bueter and Dan Stockman are joined by Rich Davis, President of the Fort Wayne Downtown Improvement District, and Michael Barranda, Co-Chair of the Public Market Working Group, to talk about a recent study suggesting Fort … Continue reading
Catherine Lee reviews ‘The Deathly Hallows Part Two’ the last of the Harry Potter films.
Bob Nance and J.L. Nave are in the studio to talk about chorale music in Fort Wayne and the upcoming editions for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic chorus.
Nancy Crowe from the Fort Wayne Monthly gives us advice on planting late and dealing with the heat, Mitch Shepherd from the Botanical Conservatory updates us on the urban-greening of downtown Fort Wayne, Phillip Marshall from the Department of Natural … Continue reading
Tuesday edition of Midday Matters, with Sean Bueter talking with guests from Arts United about the impact of the economic downturn on charitable giving in Fort Wayne.