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    The Point 91fm, November 15, 2016
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Homestead Vs Carroll Chargers

Written by The Point 91fm. Posted in Football, Sports


Homestead Spartans vs Carroll Chargers: Friday, September 30, 2016



Join Austin Render, Gabe Smith, Garrett Willis and Matt Schreck as they break down all the action when the Homestead Spartans took on the Carroll. The broadcast starts out with Spartan Game Day brought to you by Indiana Michigan Power followed by the breakdown of every play between the Spartans and the Chargers. Austin Render calling the action and Matt Schreck and Gabe Smith on color commentary with Garrett Willis walking the sidelines bringing you the inside scoops from the field.



Middle Waves Music Festival 2016

Written by The Point 91fm. Posted in Local, Music

© Adam Garland

It’s hard to believe that in the span of ten years, downtown Fort Wayne has gone from little more than a courthouse and a public library to the powerhouse of the city’s vibrant arts and music scene. Since then, downtown has replaced that feeling of ennui with an unprecedented liveliness. The Middle Waves Music Festival did nothing less than adds to the exciting momentum of downtown.

Friday Night

© Adam Garland

Friday night started with local performers and artists such as the reuniting Thunderhawk, J-Tubbs, and The B45’s at the Maumee and St. Joseph Stage. These artists were followed by Nashville’s power pop quartet “Bully”. They were a perfect segue into Friday night’s headliner, the Los Angeles based garage rock duo Best Coast.

Saturday Night
© Adam Garland

Saturday began with a series of local Psychedelic and Folk acts like Secret Mezzanine, Either/or, Heaven’s Gateway Drugs, and The Be Colony. Meanwhile, the main stage was housing acts such as Jeff the Brotherhood and Tanlines. The night came to an end with Oklahoma City’s very own, The Flaming Lips. They provided an electrifying performance, unlike anything Fort Wayne had witnessed to date.

© Adam Garland

Despite the poor weather of pending clouds and rain, Middle Waves was fully prepared with “The Village,” which was set up under The Pavilion at Headwaters Park. It served as a place to stay dry, grab some food, and peruse some of Fort Wayne’s local makeshift boutiques. Festival goers could also enjoy free yoga sessions, pontoon rides on the river, and a silent movie drive-in, and these attractions brought in those in Fort Wayne who don’t share as much of an interest in music. The festival overall is truly proof of Fort Wayne’s potential.

All photos provided by Adam Garland

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