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260 Seconds with Megan Butler of Riverfront Fort Wayne

Dennis J. Junk

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

As a teenager, Megan Butler couldn’t wait to move to one of America’s great cities. She was convinced Fort Wayne had nothing to offer. After living in Boston for a year, though, she realized a city’s greatness doesn’t just happen. People have to do their part. So, when she returned to her hometown, she devoted her career to making it great. In her role as program and events manager with Riverfront Fort Wayne, Butler’s mandate is to get people excited about the city’s rivers.

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Why the top classical Indian musicians come to Fort Wayne

DENNIS J. JUNK WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2018

The rising popularity of northeast Indiana's traditional Indian concerts.

 

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 Rena Bradley and Pastor Javier Mondragon of Bridge of Grace Compassionate Ministries

Rena Bradley and Pastor Javier Mondragon of Bridge of Grace Compassionate Ministries

Ensuring downtown revitalization benefits everyone

DENNIS J. JUNK MONDAY, JANUARY 08, 2018

City-funded projects are intended to serve all, but lower-income residents often face barriers.

 

 

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