Monthly Archives: March 2014

Irvington’s Joe Leamon: Indianapolis Television Pioneer

We of the Baby Boomer generation were the first generation to grow up with television in our lives. The black and white images on our television screens affected our lives more than anyone could have ever dreamed possible. The national television networks and the people we saw on their broadcasts … Read More

State of the Street Meeting

IRVINGTON — On Monday, April 7 at 7 p.m. in the Irvington Historical Society’s Bona Thompson Center (5350 University Ave.), there will be a panel discussion featuring several of Irvington’s leaders and organizations to discuss the state of East Washington Street from the cloverleaf to Emerson Avenue. Presenters will include … Read More

Community “Artification” in Martindale-Brightwood

INDIANAPOLIS — ON Saturday, March 29th, the community will be gathering at 37th Place at 2605 E. 25th St. from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to paint murals on boards that will be placed in the windows of abandoned homes in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood. Organizers are calling it a “Community … Read More

Theatre Review: Bomb On a Bus

Who knew we needed a musical version of the movie Speed? Apparently Paige Scott did, and hooked up with Q Artistry to make it happen. This parody of the 1994 movie features performances by Carrie Morgan as sweetly intense Anna (Annie), Logan Moore as the dim-witted Jack, Dave Ruark in … Read More

Nativity Student Charlie Seed Wins Swim Championship Event

INDIANAPOLIS — Charlie Seed, a seventh grader at Nativity Catholic School, competed in the Indiana Age Group State Swimming Championships the weekend of March 14-16th at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis. Charlie qualified to swim all events in his age group. He placed 12th in the 200 Individual Medley and … Read More