“Hello there, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is Terrance Hurd and I’m the owner of Tycoon’s Cabaret and Grill that’s located at 2650 S. Coliseum Blvd., across from the Harvester Tower, here in Fort Wayne, Ind. This is a place were friends gather for good food, good entertainment and live music. Actually, I’ve been working on this project for two years, ever since I first purchased the property because it needed a lot of work and I’m happy to say we’ve been open now for almost two months and I’m loving it.
FORT WAYNE—Two of the city’s top students were honored with scholarships this past weekend as the Jennings Recreation Center celebrated its 55th Teenage Sunday on June 2 with the theme “It’s All About Our Youth.” Aric Curry, a graduate of Concordia High School, and William Holley, a senior at South Side High School, were this […]
SPIRITUALLY SPEAKING By James Washington—There have been countless volumes of space and dialogue devoted to Jesus’ blood contract with us that many suggest freed us from the bondage of original sin. My question to you then is how do you master sin? How do you control your sin as opposed to having your sin control you? Is this even possible? Is sin for you not sin for me?
FORT WAYNE—The Sons of Allen men’s group of Turner Chapel AME Church, 836 E. Jefferson Blvd., is scheduled to hold their semi-annual Two-Day Mega Fish Fry 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., May 10 and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11 at the church. The menu includes a choice of catfish, perch or tilapia and […]
Senate Bill 373, the Ag Gag bill was heard in conference committee recently and anti-consumer language was inserted back in the bill by the original Senate author Travis Holdman. The amended language makes it a misdemeanor to video record or photograph inhumane, unsafe and unethical practices at factory farms, in industry and mining and then provide that evidence to members of the media or public.
By Hilary O. Shelton | All-too easy access to guns and the resulting gun violence are a major problem in the United States today. This is especially true in communities of color. In the first 100 days since the horrors of the Sandy Hook mass shooting on December 14, 2012, more than 3,000 Americans were killed by guns.