Heelys

16 Jun 19
Folded and Yellowed and Torn at the Edge

            Keeva, Charlotte, and Austin stand in the Kendall T station, waiting for the next inbound train. Austin is raving to them about his new boyfriend, Luis. Charlotte is cooing at every other sentence while Keeva stares across the platform at nothing. To any passerby it may seem that she is lost in her own […]

15 Jun 19
105.3 RnB

We all love some good ol’ nostalgia.

15 Jun 19
101.1 The Wiz

We all love some good ol’ nostalgia.

15 Jun 19
100.3

We all love some good ol’ nostalgia.

15 Jun 19
Wave eStore

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12 Jun 19
The Pan-tastic Nook

For a couple of months now, I’ve been crazy obsessed to expanding my sticker collection so that I could decorate my laptop cover or water bottles with. With that being said, if you went out and bought all of these stickers, you’d surely break your bank. But did you know that companies will usually send […]

07 Jun 19
WANE
The Fort Wayne Air Show is set to return to the Summit City for the first time since 2016. The high-flying fun of the show officially begins Saturday at 11 a.m., but there’s also another opportunity Friday to get people excited before the pilots take to the skies. VIDEO: Ride on an Air Show trick plane with WANE 15’s Michael Kuhn Parkview Field will host a 75th Anniversary D-Day celebration and a welcome party for the United States Air Force Thunderbirds. Doors open for the free event at 5 p.m. Friday and features a meet and greet with the 2019 Thunderbirds flying in this year’s show, fireworks, an A-10 flyover by the Black Snakes, music from Mason Dixon Line, and more. The full air show at the 122nd Fighter Wing Air National Guard Base takes flight on Saturday and Sunday. Both days will feature various performances by pilots and planes from all over the country, including the world-renowned U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds. Gates for parking areas open at 8 a.m. Performances will start at 11 a.m. and will wrap up around 4:15 p.m. The schedule will be the same for both Saturday and Sunday. Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to attend the air show, so organizers and the 122nd Fighter Wing have released some tips and important information to make your experience more enjoyable and safe. Parking Information VIP’s with hang tag passes should approach the airport on Airport Expressway Westbound from the east. Turn south on Bluffton Road, west on Ferguson Road, then south into the base for on-base parking. General Visitors have two different approaches. A) Approach the airport from the west on Airport Expressway Eastbound. Traffic control will direct you either south on Smith Road to the ‘North Parking Area’ or south on Ardmore Road for the ‘Fort Wayne Metals’ parking area. Guests at each of these two areas will be security screened in the parking lots and board buses for the short 5 minute trip to the air show. B) Approach from I-469, turn north on Bluffton Road, West on Winters Road to ‘South Parking area.’ This parking area will walk from parking area to the air show. Traffic going to the civilian airport terminal should approach Fort Wayne International Airport from the north, ideally on Ardmore or Bluffton. Then turn south on Airport Drive to be directed to civilian air terminal. General Rules No political activity.No demonstrations or protest activity. No leafleting. No speeches. No activity considered detrimental to good order and discipline of military personnel. No activity considered detrimental to health, safety, and welfare of persons on the installation. Violators may be ejected from the base, and in appropriate cases, barred from future reentry. What to Bring *Note all carry-in items are subject to search. SunscreenCameraComfortable shoesHatSunglassesLawn chair or folding chairBlanketBaby stroller (if needed)Baby food (if needed)Small, hand-held umbrellaEar plugsCash or credit card for concessions purchases What NOT to Bring Food, drinks, or coolersBackpacksKnives or weapons of any kindLarge umbrellasPortable awnings or tentsScooters (unless needed for mobility issues)Bicycles, Skateboards, roller-blades, Heelys, or inline skatesE-cigarettesLaser pointersLadders or step stoolsUAV’s or dronesLoose iceCans or glassAlcoholPetsDangerous objectsCooking equipment *The air show will only permit the entry of small coolers carrying life-saving medicines or formula bottles for young infants. Health and Safety Tips Drink plenty of fluids throughout the day to avoid dehydration.Be cautious around aircraft and other displays that may have exposed sharp corners and edges that may damage skin.Airshows are large events and guests must cover great distances to see all of the show. Plan to walk a great deal throughout the day and wear comfortable shoes.Do not hesitate to seek help, such as water or a short stay in a shaded area.Debris can be extremely hazardous to performers and spectators. Please make sure that all trash is deposited in trash receptacles to maintain a safe and clean environment for everyone.Bring items only necessary for your day. The show is free for general admittance, but there are premium seating options available. You can purchase those tickets here. You can learn more about the Fort Wayne Air Show and all it has to offer here.
06 Jun 19
Little Red Walking Hood

Twenty-five years ago I had a baby. I was the first within my friend-circle to have a child, and I had had a miserable, job-losing pregnancy (Yes, that’s a real thing that happens to lots of women, not just me), and the night before my baby was born I went out into our tiny, little […]

04 Jun 19
Inter-rail 2019

Bruises from tour not looking good in the photos. Need to stop being like bambi on ice. Especially after a drink. Mildred ate a whole baguette yesterday. She must have been hungry on reflection C’s cheese is sweaty looking. Confirmed. It tastes sweaty. Need to pay to pee. So annoying. €0.80. Totally could pay it […]

02 Jun 19
Sport Archives

Only six British tennis players have managed to succeed in the individual test of Roland Garros. Margaret Croft 'Peggy' Scriven It was the first of them (1933), the only one that won twice in revalidating its title in 1934, and the first left-handed champion in history of a Grand Slam tournament. She was also the […]

02 Jun 19
Noticias Ultimas

Sólo seis tenistas británicos han logrado triunfar en la prueba individual de Roland Garros. Margaret Croft ‘Peggy’ Scriven fue la primera de ellas (1933), la única que ganó en dos ocasiones al revalidar su título en 1934, y la primera campeona zurda en la historia de un torneo de Grand Slam. También fue la primera […]

02 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Only six British tennis players have managed to succeed in the individual test of Roland Garros. Margaret Croft 'Peggy' Scriven It was the first of them (1933), the only one that won twice in revalidating its title in 1934, and the first left-handed champion in history of a Grand Slam tournament. She was also the […]

02 Jun 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Seuls six joueurs de tennis britanniques ont réussi le test individuel de Roland Garros. Margaret Croft 'Peggy' Scriven C’est le premier d’entre eux (1933), le seul à avoir remporté deux fois la revalidation de son titre en 1934, et le premier champion de l'histoire gaucher d'un tournoi du Grand Chelem. Elle a également été la […]

01 Jun 19
Jim Gallagher

Psalm 71:19 “Also Your righteousness, O God, is very high, You who have done great things; O God, who is like You?” We have four boys who are separated by only five years. When they were little, we, like so many others families, spent a lot of our time visiting amusement parks. As the older […]