Monthly Archives: September 2012

Amelia Earhart and Alcatraz

Last week, we examined one of two anniversaries that, although disparate in nature and a quarter century apart, have woven themselves into the tapestry of American conspiracy — the mysterious disappearance of pioneer female aviator Amelia Earhart on July 2, 1937 and the escape and disappearance of Alcatraz inmates John … Read More

Lawrence Middle Schools See Big Test Gains

Last Tuesday, several members of the Indianapolis Warren Township Lions Club planted a tree at Howe Community High School. The tree, a pink dogwood, was planted to honor the memory of Lion Arnold Nelson Jr., a former member of the club, who passed away unexpectedly a little over a year … Read More

Streetscape Moving Forward

Drivers on the east side might gnash their teeth at the sight of more construction cones, and pedestrians may have to maneuver carefully around sidewalk construction, but there is a lot of progress being made on  the Washington Corridor Streetscape project in Irvington. Last week, the intersections at Audubon and … Read More

Satan’s Back (and He’s a Lot of Fun)

Ben Asaykwee is back again at the IndyFringe Basile Theatre as that charming hipster, Satan. Reprising the role created for last year’s cabaret as part of Indy Fringe Fest, Asaykwee’s Satan has a great vocal range, snappy repartee with the audience, and a few things to say about some people … Read More