Monthly Archives: February 2013

Weekly View Reporter to Visit Cape Canaveral

This Friday, March 1, the Weekly View’s correspondent Peter Kuhns will be on location at NASA’s Cape Canaveral in Florida for the second launch of a SpaceX rocket destined for the Space Station. SpaceX, a private company, is scheduled to launch its Falcon 9 rocket on a resupply mission to … Read More

Swinging For the Cheap Seats

When Bush Stadium closed in 2001, many fans of the Indianapolis Indians and the ivy-covered walls on West 16th St. mourned the loss of a beloved, if outdated, space. On February 21-23, fans had an opportunity to buy salvaged seats from the stadium at about $45 or less per seat … Read More

Flower & Patio Show Springs Up March 9-17

INDIANAPOLIS — Nature’s five basic elements – earth, wood, metal, fire, and water – take center stage at the Midwest’s premier finer outdoor living show – the 55th annual Indiana Flower & Patio Show. The event runs Saturday, March 9 through Sunday, March 17 inside the West Pavilion and Expo … Read More

Cell Phones and 911 Calls

Like it or not, the world has gone cyber. This has its good points and bad points, but on the good side is that if you have an emergency when you are not at home, chances are your cell phone is close at hand. When calling 911 from your land … Read More

Theatre Review: Yellow Wallpaper at the Q

A short story written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman in 1891 is the basis of the play Yellow Wallpaper, which is playing at the Irvington Lodge through March 9.  The original story was considered one of the early examples of feminist literature. The story is told from Charlotte’s perspective. A recent … Read More