Monthly Archives: January 2013

Colonel’s Cupboard Restaurant on Tech Campus Run by Culinary Class

Arsenal Technical High School is celebrating it’s 100 year Centennial this school year. Many of you know that it was an arsenal during the Civil War. The Arsenal itself was built in 1865 and still stands in all its glory. One of the campus gems that you might not be … Read More

Brunch at the Historic Benton House

IRVINGTON — The public is cordially invited to attend a get-acquainted brunch Saturday, February 9th from 10 a.m. until noon honoring the Historic Benton House’s Sweetheart Volunteers. The Historic Benton House is located at 312 S. Downey Avenue (south off 5300 east Washington St.). It is casual attire and there … Read More

United Way Funding Helps Martindale-Brightwood, Others

INDIANAPOLIS — Lilly Endowment Inc. has awarded three grants that together amount to more than $11 million to extend effective programs managed by United Way of Central Indiana on behalf of the region’s human care system. The grants are in addition to the Endowment’s support of United Way’s annual campaign. … Read More

Inauguration Connection — Abe, Teddy and Franklin

I have a love affair with old photos. When I get old (and believe me I can see it from here) I plan on whiling away my days in a rocking chair incessantly flipping through books full of old photos. For my money, nothing tells a story better than an … Read More

The Challenge is Ours

My brother called my cell phone while I was out of reception range and by the time I remembered to call him, I had learned that one of our cousins had died. I told him of this and he worried about where –– and to whom –– to send his … Read More