Monthly Archives: January 2015

First Home will be a Safe Haven in Irvington

The Associate Vice President of Eskenazi Health/Midtown Mental Health Center Julie Szempruch and several other representatives of Midtown Mental Health were on hand at the Historic Irvington Community Council meeting January 20 to discuss the First Home project they will be housing in the former nursing home on South Ritter. … Read More

Congratulations Howe!

Eastside hoops fans were torn between two favorites on Jan. 26 — root for top-seeded Scecina or second-seed Howe for the coveted City tournament championship. After a heated battle, Howe emerged victorious, 75-72, in a show-stopping game. Howe’s last City championship came in 1987. Harris Brown led the Hornets with … Read More

Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts at the Bona Thompson

IRVINGTON — The Irvington Historical Society is hosting a photography exhibition, “Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts.” This exhibition of fine art photography is a group exhibition, featuring color and black and white photographs created by the members of INvision: Alliance of Photographic Artists. The exhibition opens with a reception … Read More

New Project Approved for Garfield Park

INDIANAPOLIS — The Friends of Garfield Park, Inc. recently  announced that Indy Parks & Recreation has approved the design of the landmark vistas that were conceived and created by their partners at Big Car Collaborative. The project will engage visitors by identifying important park features and providing information in both … Read More

Theatre Review: The Giver at the IRT

The Giver, adapted from the Young Adult novel by Lois Lowry by Eric Coble, is currently playing at the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s Upperstage through Feb. 21. The story takes place in a near-future in a highly structured society designed to create a conflict-free world, at the expense of individual emotional … Read More