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Stevie Wonder surprises audience during Auburn Hills performance

Stevie Wonder surprises audience during Auburn Hills performance

| November 27, 2014

By Anastasia Melton Special to Frost Illustrated AUBURN HILLS, Mich.—Legendary singer, songwriter and performer Stevie Wonder treated the audience to a number of surprises during his recent performance, Nov. 20, at The Palace in Auburn Hills. First of all, heavy snowfall that struck Michigan in the wake of the crippling storm that concurrently hit the […]

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Rev. Stewart Speaks! Cleanse me again!

Rev. Stewart Speaks! Cleanse me again!

| November 25, 2014

By the Rev. Lakeya Stewart Many people come to God and even to church broken. We’ve been hurt by the world, by the people in it, by our families, our friends—and even church folks. Oftentimes, the hurt when it is not dealt with turns into anger. My former pastor once told me that hurt people, […]

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Rev. Stewart Speaks! God wants a yes!

Rev. Stewart Speaks! God wants a yes!

| November 20, 2014

Rev. Stewart Speaks! God wants a yes! Have you ever attended a wedding only to hear the bride or groom answer “I don’t” when the minister asks if the other person agrees to take them as their chosen spouse. Or, have you ever witnessed a guy proposing to his wife and the response to the […]

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American Bullies enjoy piece of heaven in Fort Wayne

American Bullies enjoy piece of heaven in Fort Wayne

| November 18, 2014

By Chasiti Falls They say all dogs go to heaven. Well I have found a Fort Wayne gentleman who is creating a heaven on earth for American Bully dogs and the area’s young people. In reality, this Christian man is a trendsetter for the Midwest area dog lovers and handlers. Andrew Woodson and I go […]

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Republicans dominate national, state, local midterm elections

Republicans dominate national, state, local midterm elections

| November 12, 2014

FORT WAYNE—The recent Nov. 4 election could be called historic, not because of any landmark, unexpected events but because history held true. Every two-term U.S. president since Dwight Eisenhower has finished the last two years of his second term having his party lose control of Congress during the mid-term election of his own last term […]

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Urban League activist Jacqueline Patterson crosses over at 86

Urban League activist Jacqueline Patterson crosses over at 86

| November 3, 2014

FORT WAYNE—A Fort Wayne native who served the Urban League movement at the local, regional and national levels passed away recently in Fort Wayne. Jacqueline J. Patterson, who got her start in the movement at the Fort Wayne Urban League and, years later, retired as the executive director of the Milwaukee Urban League died Oct. […]

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Rev Stewart Speaks! The power to say “No!”

Rev Stewart Speaks! The power to say “No!”

| November 2, 2014

By the Rev. Lakeya Stewart “…but I don’t want to offend him/her!” Have you heard anyone say this lately in response to feeling a sense of obligation to say “yes” to something that is out of their desire? Before I took part in my chaplaincy training program, I had very little knowledge of the fact […]

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Judge Stanley A. Levine—practice of law should serve the community

Judge Stanley A. Levine—practice of law should serve the community

| November 1, 2014

FORT WAYNE—Spend five minutes with Judge Stanley A. Levine and you’ll learn a lot about the man. For one, it immediately becomes apparent that he loves the law in every aspect—its history, its meaning, its importance to society and its implementation. Spend a little more time with him and you’ll realize that love of law […]

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East Wayne St. Center, St. Joseph Community Health to present mental health awareness event

| November 1, 2014

FORT WAYNE—East Wayne Street Center and St. Joseph Community Health Foundation are scheduled to present the 1st Annual Mental Health Awareness Great Event at the Embassy Theatre at 7 p.m., Nov. 16. The event includes a presentation of the production “Mother 4 5 and 7even,” produced and directed by James Wesley Williams and starring actor Cynda […]

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Legion concert tribute to our warriors

Legion concert tribute to our warriors

| November 1, 2014

By Ketu Oladuwa Special to Frost Illustrated I met Art Turk Burton in Chicago late summer, while on a weekend get-a-way with my wife. I saw the brother perform at two venues that weekend, the second of which was at the South Side Community Arts Center with his group, the Congo Square Ensemble. I was […]

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