Monthly Archives: May 2014

Goodguys All American Nationals – June 6, 7 & 8

INDIANAPOLIS — The Goodguys All American Nationals is a car show, festival and cultural happening to celebrate American car culture. Over 2,000 colorful, chrome plated show cars will fill the Indiana State Fairgrounds to the brink June 6-8. Hot rods from the 1930s and 1940s, custom cars from the 50s … Read More

Indy Library’s 2014 Summer Reading Program Kicks Off June 2

INDIANAPOLIS — Children of all ages and families are invited to celebrate our local international community and experience the joy of reading during The Indianapolis Public Library’s 2014 Summer Reading Program, “Read in Any Langauge,” June 2 – July 26. The international theme of this year’s program encourages participants to … Read More

Irvington Repurposed

Recycle, restore, repurpose. The growing trend in reusing, what we used to pitch, has found favor with the residents of Historic Irvington and local businesses are stepping up to meet the demand for vintage and salvage merchandise. Once a “one street” shopping area, the Irvington business district has expanded to … Read More


I spent the week before Easter with my grandchild delivery device and her gifts to me. (What? Mothers lose their names when they become “MOM!” Daughters lose their names when they create grandparents. It is the natural order of things, and should not be disparaged.) In that time, I saw … Read More

100 Years Ago this Week: May 23-June 6

From The Indianapolis Star, Sunday, May 24, 1914: The 1914 automobile season will be an important historical epoch, for it is going to strengthen a grand move of womankind – absolute domination of motor car driving. Automobile designers and engineers are seeing to comforts for women motorists so that they … Read More