On today's Midday Matters, we're talking business and business school. On the first half of the program, we'll talk about how economic leaders are working to streamline their operations in Fort Wayne. And later, we'll chat about the University of St. Francis' purchase of the FW Chamber of Commerce building.
On today's edition, we're building on artcentricity: Discussing Sarah Blyth-Stephens Plaster Sculpture Installation at the Krull Gallery w/ Amy Griffin & Sarah by phone, then we focus on the Friends of the Parks of Allen County's symposium w/ Julie Donnell & lecturer Alexander Garvin.
On Health 360, we’ll be talking weight management and discussing new research on weight loss surgeries with Dr. Dale Sloan. Then Deb Baresic, the director of IPFWs Family Health Clinic at the Lafayette Medical Center, will give us an update on STD’s in the Hoosier state.
On today's most mellifluous '1st Friday Edition': Steve Penhollow joins us for a preview of Heartland's 'Carmina Burana' production with Bob Nance & Karen Gibbons-Brown, and a rundown on the FW Phil's exciting fall features with J.L. Nave.