In 1960, 6-year-old Ruby Bridges became the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school.
Arts & Culture
For Natalie Bell-Kearney and her mother, Jan Bell, this month’s wintry weather offers a perfect opportunity to grab the yarn and needles, and knit.
Indiana has one of the largest populations of Burmese immigrants in the United States, and most live in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis.
WBOI's National Hobby Month Series
For many beer lovers, brewing up their own "cold one" is the next big step in that love affair. But for Abigail Kopen, buyer and manager for Deer Park Irish Pub, it was becoming a professional craft beer specialist that actually led to her passion for making it at home. Today WBOI's Julia Meek will top off her series on offbeat hobbies in Fort Wayne by talking with Kopen about the cheers of making beers.