Monthly Archives: April 2013

World War I Weekend May 4-5

INDIANAPOLIS — The Museum of 20th Century Warfare, the staff at Fort Harrison State Park will host a WWI Battle Demonstration at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at Fort Harrison State Park. The Demonstration will highlight military tactics used by both German and Allied forces that fought against each … Read More

Feeling the Pressure? Part 1

Probably not. This is why high blood pressure (hypertension, HTN) is called the “silent killer.” Although many people will tell you that they can tell when their blood pressure’s up, in fact the symptoms they have (emotions, headache) are probably not directly the result of high blood pressure. People are … Read More

Harrison Center Showcases Local Artists

INDIANAPOLIS — During First Friday at the Harrison Center May 3, it’s all about paying homage – to artists and particular artist’s distinctive styles, to our neighborhoods, to our homes and more. Two of the Harrison’s own studio artists, Candice Hartsough McDonald and Emily Gable will be featured. McDonald, an … Read More

The Doll No One Would Buy

The room full of middle-aged ad executives were not impressed. Oh, they were smugly polite— after all they were in the presence of the company founders wife. But the proposal before them would be expensive and there was just no mass appeal to the buying public. Disappointed but not discouraged, … Read More

100 Years Ago This Week: April 26-May 3

From The Indianapolis News, Wednesday, April 30, 1913:  The People’s Concert Association chorus will sing “The Swan and the Skylark” and the Minneapolis Orchestra will play an afternoon and evening performance at Tomlinson Hall on Monday to benefit The News Flood Relief Fund.  Seats have been purchased for Indianapolis public … Read More