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Spotlight on Denise Trigg for wanting to make some beauty happen out of her loss

Spotlight on Denise Trigg for wanting to make some beauty happen out of her loss

| September 23, 2014

By Jeanie Summerville What.s up, babies? Isn’t GOD awesome? Of course HE is! This week’s spotlight is a little different, as we travel on our journey of love, to get to know one another better. Reason being, so all of you can feel the love, the compassion, the hope and the beauty of forgiveness from […]

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The ‘Unbreakable Bond and Legacy’

The ‘Unbreakable Bond and Legacy’

| September 10, 2014

By Mary Simpson, Edna Metoyer and Rosalind Walker-Lewis Special to Frost Illustrated FORT WAYNE—A sea of Royal Blue and White permeated Washington, D.C., from July 15 through July 20, 2014 created by 7,000 members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. This momentous occasion was due to Phi Beta Sigma […]

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Spotlight on veterinarian Darius Starks

Spotlight on veterinarian Darius Starks

| September 10, 2014

By Jeanie Summerville What’s up, babies? As always, I hope that everything is well with you and yours—and that you’re still taking time out everyday to bring yourselves and others some well deserved joy, beauty, happiness and some form of peace of mind as we travel on our journey of love to get to know […]

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Spotlight on Director Krista Walker of Urban Outreach (part two of two)

Spotlight on Director Krista Walker of Urban Outreach (part two of two)

| September 3, 2014

By Jeanie Summerville Whatz up, babies? Check this out: You know that every week, on our journey of love, I’m always talking about bringing ourselves some well deserved beauty, joy, happiness and some form of peace of mind?  Well, we can accomplish this through even the smallest of ways and things.  So, I’m going to […]

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Janet E. Mitchell Esq.—progressive, innovative, creative

Janet E. Mitchell Esq.—progressive, innovative, creative

| August 26, 2014

Indiana Tech’s adjunct professor offers sound advice to those pursuing law career By Madeline Marcelia Garvin A graduate of South Side High School, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Elmhurst College in Illinois, and a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Law School, an advisor, an attorney, a counselor, a lecturer, a mediator, a mentor, […]

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Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ brings many guffaws

Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ brings many guffaws

| August 12, 2014

By Madeline Marcelia Garvin Since Phillip Colglazier took the helm of the Civic Theatre as the executive/artistic director, the community has been treated to outstanding theatrical performances. Many times I have attended productions  such as: “Little Shop of Horrors,” “The Piano,” “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat,” “Dream Girls,” “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” […]

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Mary Morris: Retired but still committed to community service

Mary Morris: Retired but still committed to community service

| July 11, 2014

By Chief Condra Ridley On June 28 , 2014, the Oxford Community Association expressed their gratitude, love and respect for Mary Morris to honor her retirement from the Fort Wayne Housing Authority (FWHA). Well-wishers from all over Fort Wayne gathered at the McMillen Community Center to lift their voices in praise and thanks for Ms. […]

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Thomas N. Todd: ‘You can’t download freedom’

Thomas N. Todd: ‘You can’t download freedom’

| June 26, 2014

Activist spouts overlooked “four-letter” words to make a point By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (NNPA)—Rapidly-expanding technology, social media and new smart phone apps are no substitute for the hard work needed to fight persistent racism in the United States, said Thomas N. Todd, a longtime Chicago activist and civil rights lawyer. Speaking […]

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SCENIC health facility shining beacon in Elkhart

SCENIC health facility shining beacon in Elkhart

| June 26, 2014

By Chasiti Falls When I was awarded a six-year Cuban medical scholarship I was told I only had one obligation. I agreed to and gave my word that once I graduated, I would give back to an underserved community. I can truly say I am doing just that working at an outstanding clinic in Elkhart, […]

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Traditional parental roles changing

Traditional parental roles changing

| June 25, 2014

Fathers changing how they interact in family By Jazelle Hunt Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA)—A cache of new research from the Pew Center paints a picture of the modern American family—a picture in which the historically rigid roles and responsibilities of moms and dads are meeting in the middle. But, that picture has always been a […]

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