Monthly Archives: February 2013

Arts Briefs: March 1-8

Beef & Boards Holds Auditions For Young Performers INDIANAPOLIS – Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre has announced it will host auditions for young performers in March. The audition has been scheduled to fill the roles of the Von Trapp children in the upcoming production of The Sound of Music at … Read More

Applause! March 1-8

• Rivoli Revue, the annual fundraiser for the historic Rivoli Theatre on Indy’s Near Eastside will be held March 2 from 6:00-10:30 p.m. at the Indiana Landmarks Center’s Cook Theatre. Lots of great performers, plus a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, and five performances by local supporters. The event benefits the … Read More

Indy Food Funds Awards

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indy Food Fund recently announced its first-ever grant awards totaling $49,450 to eleven organizations undertaking transformative food projects across Marion County. The Indy Food Fund supports projects that improve access to healthy food for Indianapolis residents; spur economic development and create jobs through farmer’s markets, urban farms, … Read More

Springtime Brings Agony for Many Allergy Sufferers

Every year as spring rolls in so do allergies. It is estimated that 40 million Americans suffer from allergies. Symptoms include watery eyes, constant cough, scratchy and dry throat and a feeling of tiredness. Outdoor spring cleaning, mowing the grass and planting flowers can often cause allergy symptoms to intensify. … Read More

100 Years Ago This Week: March 1-8

From The Indianapolis Star, Sunday, March 2, 1913: The first woman, A. Elizabeth Todd, seeking to practice law in Marion County courts was admitted to the bar yesterday morning by Circuit Court Judge Charles Remster. It is understood that Mrs. Todd, wife of attorney George W. Todd, will assist her … Read More