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I was visiting my mom when the talking heads came on TV and started talking about whether parents should spank their children. “Do you think it was wrong of me to spank you as a child?” my mom asked.
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When Fort Wayne was named No. 11 of 19 “Opportunity Cities” by Forbes, I was filled with a strange sense of excitement and curiosity.
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I promised I would start budgeting when I got a job with a consistent income after college. But as my one-year mark at The Journal Gazette rolls around this fall, I realize that I haven’t kept that promise.
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As a resident of Fort Wayne’s 46807 ZIP code, I'm excited to hear that Wunderkammer Company art gallery is having an event Saturday night called UnZIP ’07, which is basically a trolley tour of seven stops in the ‘07 area featuring local food, art and music.
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The collection of photos has quickly become popular among Fort Wayne residents and local businesses who want to showcase some city culture in the comfort of their homes or offices.
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The thought of letting go of this image runs contrary to what society tells us — or perhaps what we tell ourselves — about our ability to “have it all,” and that's what makes it scandalous.
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While some coffee lovers are content to press a button on an automated home brewer, others are turning coffee brewing at home into more of a culinary experiment similar to baking.
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When the city of Fort Wayne asked young architects Nick Hoch and Hillary Parker to suggest ideas for Fort Wayne's riverfront, the architects drew inspiration from concepts that already work well here.
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“Keep Fort Wayne Weird” is about more than offbeat self-expression or spreading feel-good messages. It's about putting strong financial support behind local art and small businesses, so creators and entrepreneurs can stay in Fort Wayne as our city grows and develops downtown.