Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Irvington Holiday Project Huge Success

Thanks to the generous donations, both financial and in-kind, from local businesses, neighbors and friends, a group of community-minded Irvingtonians were able to purchase wreaths and garland for each of the new 48 lamp posts on E. Washington Street. The decorations were put up on Friday and Saturday, November 15th … Read More

High Art Indy — A New City-Wide Public Art Project

INDIANAPOLIS — The Arts Council of Indianapolis, in partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor, is creating a new city-wide public art project offering a larger than life opportunity to central Indiana artists. The project will take original artwork from artists wishing to participate, reproduce each image in large-scale (14’ x 48’), … Read More

Baby Boomers

Baby Boomers are defined as anyone born in the United States between the years 1946 and 1964. They tended to be the sons and daughters of the service men and women who came out of the war and settled into domestic life. The Greatest Generation won the war and wished … Read More

BBB Encourages Small Business Shopping

INDIANAPOLIS —  For the fourth year in a row, the Better Business Bureau is supporting Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30. Small businesses are the cornerstone of any community, creating jobs, spurring local economic growth and giving back to society. In recent years, small businesses have been overshadowed by the … Read More

Where Were You When You Heard the News?

That question has been asked over and over again this past week as the 50th Anniversary of JFK’s death has been recognized. I realized that you have to be 55 to remember much of anything, I’m one that does remember. Just like our columnist  C..J. Woods in Words from Woods … Read More