On today’s program, Susan and Sean explore the history and value of Fort Wayne’s sister city relationships, and they check in with Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana to see how business education for young people has changed in the organization’s 60 year existence.
On this edition of Midday Matters, Fort Wayne City Controller Pat Roller and John Stafford from the Community Research Institute at IPFW visit the show to talk about the recent findings of Fort Wayne’s Fiscal Policy Working Group.
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.
It’s time for another Outer Spaces edition of Midday Matters! We’ll take your comments and questions a bit later in the show, and Jason Kissel from ACRES will be here to help us get a different take on the magnificence of trees.
Today on Midday Matters, we’re talking last Saturday events with Tena Woenker and Rock the Plaza with Norm Compton. Then Jane Frazier is joining us to talk about the Civic production of Dreamgirls! Dianne Shaw, director of the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s production of DREAMGIRLS will be in as well.