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FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Arcos Restaurante Mexicano

Who likes Mexican food? Who likes margaritas? Maybe a better question is, who doesn't? Fortunately, there are plenty of options in and around Fort Wayne to dine on fajitas and enchiladas and suck down a frozen drink the size of your head. We visited Arcos Restaurante Mexicano at 2868 ...

Entertainment calendar for March 29, 2018

Send your listings to The News-Sentinel, PO Box 102, Fort Wayne, IN 46801, or email nsfeatures@news-sentinel.com. Include event’s time, date, location, admission cost, reservation deadline and address, or phone number for making reservations. We need information one week in advance. ...

HEALTH SENTINEL: Local clinic offers telehealth services through kNew Health

United States per capita total health-care costs increased from $1,762 in 1970 to $10,348 in 2016, according to analyses of federal data by the Kaiser Family Foundation. This country spends, on average, nearly twice as much as the world’s other wealthiest nations. Yet despite the high ...

HEALTH-SENTINEL EXTRA: Future of health care is rewarding wellness

Eighty-six percent of the nation’s $2.7 trillion annual health care expenditures are for people with chronic health conditions, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported in 2017. That’s why Fort Wayne-based BeniCcomp Inc., a provider of secondary health insurance, supports the goals ...

THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK: March 26-31

There’s always plenty to fill your day with. Here are CurrentFortWayne.com’s picks for this week. MONDAY: Personal Effects Exhibit – First Presbyterian Theater: Discover works of cut paper ranging in sizes in this installation by Pittsburgh artist Laurie Trok. The exhibit can be enjoyed ...

TINSELTOWN TALKS: TCM goes Down Under for new host Malone

If old movies move you, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) can probably satisfy your classic film craving. The channel is also one of the few remaining movie networks still employing hosts for film introductions. With the passing of popular presenter Robert Osborne just over a year ago, long-time ...

THE AMISH COOK: Tending the growing flock

Amazing how swiftly life can whisk you from one stage to another! Just a year ago we had only two children, now here we are with five little blessings! Honestly, we have had our share of “growing pains” that have gone with it, but then life wouldn’t be complete without any of these little ...

AMY LINDGREN: Mastering the behavioral interview question – part 2

This is part two in a series on how to handle job interview questions The behavioral interview question is a nifty stratagem employed by interviewers to better understand how different candidates would react to specific workplace situations. It’s frequently a linchpin to the interview, ...

Entertainment calendar for March 23, 2018

Send your listings to The News-Sentinel, PO Box 102, Fort Wayne, IN 46801, or email nsfeatures@news-sentinel.com. Include event’s time, date, location, admission cost, reservation deadline and address, or phone number for making reservations. We need information one week in advance. ...

THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND: March 23-25

Fort Wayne Mad Ants — Friday • Memorial Coliseum: Don’t miss the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in action for their final regular season home game. Bring your family and friends for an affordable, fun basketball experience for all ages. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. “The Glass Menagerie” — Friday ...

Restaurant Notes Extra: Details for the Fort Wayne Brew Bus

We got ahold of Christopher Angellatta, who is operating the Fort Wayne Brew Bus that will take beer enthusiasts to five local breweries in April. Angellatta said Thursday that he had room for 10 more people on the bus; he expects 25-30 people to sign up for the nearly 6-hour April 7 Summit ...

‘Black & White’ event to showcase, connect Fort Wayne-area artists

What started as a local college student's senior project has expanded into what he and other students hope will be an ongoing effort showcase local artists' work and help them network. The first art show, "Black & White," will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Wednesday at the Michael ...