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Discover Burmese Culture in Fort Wayne, Indiana

A guide for your most authentic Burmese experience, right here in Fort Wayne, Indiana! Some of us migrated here, some of us grew up here, some of us were born here, but now all of us call it home. Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the most influential people known globally, is a name you will often hear…

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Cheers to 200 Years

Did you know that Johnson County (also known as the home of Festival Country Indiana) and the city of Franklin are celebrating their bicentennials this year? That’s 200 years of growth and fun. Ways to celebrate 200 years The Johnson County Bicentennial Celebration will be on September 30 at the…

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Ball Jars in Muncie

In 1880, Frank C. and Edmund B. Ball, two of the five Ball brothers, borrowed $200 from their uncle to buy the Wooden Jacket Can Company, a small manufacturing business in Buffalo, NY. The Ball brothers' company made tin cans encased in wooden jackets to hold kerosene, paints, or varnishes. The…

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12 Things To Do in Wabash County

Visit the Wabash County Courthouse I always love to visit a county seat to get a look at the courthouse. Each is so unique and Wabash has the distinction of being the first electrically lighted city in the world. At the Wabash County Courthouse, you’ll find one of the original lights inside that was…

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