Monthly Archives: February 2015

Joe Hannon: A Builder of Character Through Karate

I have known Joe Hannon for nearly 25 years. Seeing him today, I cannot help but note how remarkably the same he looks — youthful, energetic, healthy, and at peace with life. If he wanted to confirm the factuality of the philosophy that he imparts to his karate students, he … Read More

IPS All-City Choir Returns Through Partnership

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Public Schools All-City Honor Choir returns in 2015 through a partnership with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, the state’s largest chorus. Following auditions in late 2014, the All-City Honor Choir includes a roster of 46 high school students representing Arsenal Technical High School, Broad Ripple Magnet High … Read More

Redevelopment Slated for Circle City Industrial Center

INDIANAPOLIS — Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC), located at the corner of Massachusetts Ave. and East 10th St., was recently purchased by Indianapolis-based Teagen Development. The building, formerly known as the Schwitzer Building, encompasses more than 500,000 square feet of space, and is home to a wide range of businesses, … Read More

Charlotte’s Web Run Extended at Beef & Boards

INDIANAPOLIS – Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s Pyramid Players have extended the run for their first Live Theatre for Kids production of 2015: a stage adaptation of the beloved children’s story, Charlotte’s Web. Based on the classic tale by E.B. White, Charlotte’s Web tells the story  of Wilbur, a young … Read More

Measles — No Mickey Mouse!

If you’ve seen the news lately, you know that Measles (also called rubeola) is trying to make a comeback! The latest outbreak began in Disneyland in California, among unimmunized people. Measles is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by a virus. Prior to the development of an effective vaccine in … Read More