Monthly Archives: November 2014

Small Businesses: The Backbone of Communities

For the fifth year in a row, the Better Business Bureau is supporting Small Business Saturday on November 29. Small businesses are the cornerstone of any community, creating jobs, spurring local economic growth and giving back to society. The Small Business Administration defines a small business as one that employs … Read More

ICS Children’s Art Show at 5547 Project Art Gallery

IRVINGTON — At the core of Irvington Community Schools’ charter lies a key distinction: all ICS K-12 students receive art, music, physical education, and foreign language instruction weekly, if not daily. And because of it, a first-time fundraising event has been born: The Irvington Children’s Art Show. In partnership with … Read More

ABCD Initiative Spurs Improvements on East 10th St.

INDIANAPOLIS — The East 10th Street Civic Association has worked steadily over the last nine months in partnership with The Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., IFF Real Estate Services, Arts Council of Indianapolis, and more than 20 community stakeholders to determine an economically viable reuse plan for two … Read More

Pumpkin Yes, Pumpkin Pie No …

Our harvest was gotten in, our governor sent four men on fowling, so that we might after a special manner rejoice together. — Edward Winslow Thanksgiving, like Christmas, is so full of fond memories for me. For example, I remember my Mom always prepared two different kinds of dressings — … Read More

Holiday Teas at Bookmamas

Bookmamas, in conjunction with Signature of Irvington, is hosting three special holiday teas in Bookmamas’ “secret tea room.” Nancy Drew Finds The Lost Tea Cup, the first tea, will be from 2:00-3:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 6th. Share in the delights of Nancy’s favorite tea and tea treats at this … Read More