Monthly Archives: July 2011
Doctor Deb is joined by John Musgrave and Colleen Carpenter to talk about causes of, and preventions for, suicide amongst young people. In the second part of the show Linda Kerr previews an upcoming workshop aimed at Mothers and Daughters.
On the Monday “News Review” edition of Midday Matters, Sean Bueter talks with Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel and Fort Wayne Common Councilmen Mitch Harper and Tim Pape about a new bill before the council that limits campaign contributions from … Continue reading
Catherine Lee reviews ‘Midnight In Paris,’ the new Woody Allen film starring Owen Wilson as a writer thrown back into the past.
Deb Washler is in the studio to talk about the Artlink members exhibit, along with two of the artists whose work is on display. Lisa Vetter is also on the show, discussing her Art Farm and the role of recyclables … Continue reading
Doctor Deb McMahon talks to Doctor T.J. Curfman about the symptoms and treatment of Lou Gehrig’s disease, and we also discuss some new research that suggests a strong link between smoking and prostate cancer.
Sean & Susan ask the question: what businesses would you like to see come to Fort Wayne?
Sean Bueter and guests discuss the implication of the recent national job statistics for Indiana, in this edition of Midday Matters.
A preview of the 3 Rivers Festival and a look at the C2G music hall in this edition of Midday Matters.
Regular guest Ricky Kemery is here to answer your gardening questions, in another Outer Spaces edition of Midday Matters.
Every year two million non-fatal bathroom injuries occur in the United States, racking up 67 billion in lifetime medical costs. Today on Midday Matters Doctor Deb McMahon and Phil Shaull talk to Doctor Joan Duvwe about what can be done … Continue reading