Monthly Archives: June 2014

Bulging Inner Tubes

A reader asks: “What’s a Zenker’s diverticulum?” The term “diverticulum” comes from the Latin “diverticulare,” which means “to turn aside.” A more visual understanding of a diverticulum would be to imagine an old automobile tire wearing out at the sidewalls. Older folks will remember seeing tires with the inner tubes … Read More

Q Artistry’s “ZirkusGrimm” Returns

INDIANAPOLIS — Q Artistry announces the return of  ZirkusGrimm an original musical retelling of the Brother’s Grimm tales in a circus themed format at the organization’s home: the Historic Irvington Lodge, 5515 E Washington St. ZirkusGrimm, a musical fantasy set in a macabre off-center circus and featuring many of the … Read More

Indiana in the Movies

I just saw The Fault in Our Stars yesterday. It is a very well made film about a very strong subject, juvenile cancer. It is set in Indianapolis in the present. John Green who authored the book on which the film is based, was born in Indianapolis, although his family … Read More

Porch Party July 13

INDIANAPOLIS — On Sunday, July 13th, the Harrison Center for the Arts and City Gallery invite near-downtown neighborhoods to a city-wide porch party. City Gallery is asking Indianapolis residents to invite their neighbors, host a party on their front porch on July 13, take a picture, write a short blog … Read More

Full Service Health Center Opens to Serve Homeless

INDIANAPOLIS — Eskenazi Health and Horizon House recently opened a new health center aimed at meeting the health care needs of individuals experiencing homelessness in Indianapolis.  Eskenazi Health Pedigo at Horizon House officially opened its doors at a special gathering Wednesday evening, June 18. The new facility is believed to … Read More