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Tammy Castleberry, owner of Urban Hippie, stands inside her shop at 729 Fulton St. in the West Berry Building. Castleberry has owned the shop for a while after starting it online, but with the recent boom downtown she decided to opened the open retail space. The store features clothing and accessories with a Bohemian and urban look. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Hippies are back in downtown Fort Wayne. It’s not a blast from the past. It’s a new hip retail shop called Urban Hippie, celebrating the decade of the Bohemian flower child in all its colorful and fantastical glory.
This April 7, 2013 photo shows the Verizon Studio booth at MetLife Stadium, in East Rutherford, N.J. Verizon is giving its customers have more control over the channels they pay for as the cacophony of cord cutting reshapes cable TV. Verizon's FiOS Custom TV, available Sunday, April 19, 2015, gives customers the option to buy a $55 base package with more than 35 channels plus two additional themed channel packs. (Associated Press file photo)
NEW YORK — Verizon is giving its customers more control over the channels they pay for as the cacophony of cord cutting reshapes cable TV.      More..
Oak Tree Supply has increased its space and offerings for woodworking supplies, with plans to add classes and metalworking items. (Courtesy photo)
A grand re-opening scheduled for Saturday celebrates a new lease on life for the newly renamed Oak Tree Supply store. The longtime Huntertown area niche woodworking business is also being redesigned and revitalized by new owner, Joseph DePrisco.      More..
In this Tuesday, March 23, 2010, file photo, the Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Brussels. Google is about to change the way its influential search engine recommends websites on smartphones and tablets in a shift that’s expected to sway where millions of people shop, eat and find information. The revised formula, scheduled to be released April 21, 2015. (Associated Press file photo)
SAN FRANCISCO — Google is about to change the way its influential search engine recommends websites on smartphones and tablets in a shift that's expected to sway where millions of people shop, eat and find information.      More..
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