Monthly Archives: April 2014

Irvington Project Moving Forward

For decades, the stretch of Bonna Ave. in Irvington from Ritter to Audubon has been mainly vacant, the brick pavement uneven and difficult for cars to use. A landscaping business/art gallery and a music store along the corridor have been the lone occupants — but they will soon be joined … Read More

2014 Decorators’ Show House & Gardens Open April 26th

The 53rd annual St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild’s Decorators’ Show House and Gardens, located at 5235 N. Meridian, will be open for public tours April 26 through May 11, with proceeds benefiting Eskenazi Health Services. Work has been underway at the home since the Guild took possession on February 1. “Wallpaper … Read More

The Interurbans in Hancock County

GREENFIELD — A little over 100 years ago, Indiana could boast that it had one of the best mass transit systems in the United States. A system that was clean running, and connected several of the larger cities as well as the small burgs and towns in between. It was … Read More

Decorator Home Tour Sneak Preview Review

I was privileged to see the home early and had a private tour from the St. Margaret’s Guild  member Joyce Reynolds. Joyce was so knowledgeable about all the details of the house and she knew all the designers and all the work that has gone into making this, in my … Read More

KidsPlay Presents “Two Thumbs Up”

GREENFIELD — KidsPlay, Inc. children’s theatre will present Two Thumbs Up by Wade Bradford, May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at the HJ Ricks Centre for the Arts. Two Thumbs Up features a pair of rival movie critics, Edward Nickel (played by Jake Hobbs) and Michael Gilbert (played by Ian Cole), … Read More