Monthly Archives: April 2013

There’s An App for That

Weekly View Correspondent Creates Garden Building App INDIANAPOLIS — A local Indianapolis-based company has released a new mobile app for gardeners in recognition of Earth Day. Garden Bilder, an iPhone app that helps homeowners and gardeners feed themselves and their families by transforming backyards into sustainable gardens is now available … Read More

Moving Co. Works to Help Domestic Abuse & Homeless Moms this Mother’s Day

INDIANAPOLIS — On Mother’s Day. while most moms are being treated to breakfast in bed or having flowers delivered to them, tens of thousands of women spend their Mother’s Day living in shelters due to homelessness or as a result of escaping from domestic violence. To aid mothers in crisis, … Read More

Stutz Open House April 26-27

INDIANAPOLIS — For the twentieth year, the historic former car factory that houses artists’ studios will come alive for a weekend in the spring. More than 70 artists will welcome visitors to their studios at the 20th annual Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House April 26 and 27. The event … Read More

Theatre Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

EclecticPond Theatre Company is maturing into a theatre force to be reckoned with as it revises and adapts classic plays for a modern audience. Last month’s fascinating Julius Caesar, set in a modern-day boardroom, was a study in power and honor. The latest offering, The Importance of Being Earnest, is … Read More

The Light of Inspiration

For the most part, I’m pretty much on top of what I am going to write about for the articles that are printed, but there are times, dear reader, that I sit before the computer screen with my fingers on the keyboard and I haven’t got the first clue as … Read More