Monthly Archives: October 2011
Andy Downs, Bob Caylor and Dan Stockman talk elections – how will low turnout affect the mayoral race, why is this election cycle different from others and which races should we be focused on? Also we feature interviews with Paula … Continue reading
Kurt Begue and Art Percy from Innomine Paranormal research talk about Paranormacon as well as their experience as paranormal investigators. We also preview the month ahead in theatre with Thom Horfrichter, joined by John O’Connell from IPFW and Phillip Colglazier … Continue reading
Doug Hackbarth gives advice on grass and greenfly, while Laura Stine offers tips on bringing color to your garden. Oh, and we listen to a recording of Doug playing the drums back in 1970!
Thought lead poisoning was no longer an issue? On today’s show we find out why that is not the case. Also on the program guests from Go Red For Women talk about an upcoming heart health awareness event.
On this Financial Focus edition of the show, Sean and Susan talk to Terry McCaffrey and Yvette Kleven about bankruptcy.
Today on Midday Matters, the gang gets into the Halloween spirit by talking with Ivy Tech Asst. Professor Dr. Joy Giguere about exploring history through gravesites. Later in the hour, Sean, Dan and Barb talk with Snider football coach Mike … Continue reading
Lee Woodruff talks about her experience caring for her husband Bob Woodruff, who was injured while reporting from Iraq, and we hear from Fort Wayne’s most recent recipient of a heart transplant.
Raise your glass! In this Octoberfest edition of Midday Matters, Sean and Susan talk with Tony Henry, owner of the Deer Park Pub, and Shane Mock, a craft beer specialist with 5-Star Distributing, about the rise of craft- and home-brewing.
On Midday Matters News Review, Sean and guest host Barbara Shay-Smith talk with members of Occupy Fort Wayne.
Today we talk about outdoor yoga with local instructor Lanah Hake and Botanical Conservatory manager Mitch Shepherd. Later in the hour we preview two new spots – one on birds and one on wildlife in general – and get bulb … Continue reading