Monthly Archives: February 2015

Book Review: Slaying the Debt Dragon by Cherie Lowe

Cherie Lowe’s book, Slaying the Debt Dragon: How One Family Conquered Their Money Monster and Found an Inspired Happily Ever After, starts with the birth and growth of the family’s Debt Dragon. They lived and spent without an economic plan. They lived from paycheck to paycheck. When the brakes went … Read More

Pro Boxing at McGowan Hall

INDIANAPOLIS — The son of an Indiana world heavyweight champion, six successful amateurs making their professional debuts and a light heavyweight ranked 269th in the world are among the 24 boxers slated for the Feb. 27 pro card in the Knights of Columbus’ McGowan Hall,  1305 North Delaware Street. It … Read More

Old Movie Theatres Downtown

After hearing Lady Gaga sing an amazing medley of The Sound of Music songs at the Oscars and then seeing her and Julie Andrews embrace, it brought back memories of the first time I saw The Sound of Music on the big screen — and I mean big screen — … Read More

Choreographer Twyla Tharp to Speak at UIndy

INDIANAPOLIS — Award-winning choreographer and dancer Twyla Tharp will speak March 18 at the University of Indianapolis as part of the university’s Sutphin Lectures in the Humanities series. Tharp’s talk, titled “The Creative Habit,” will begin at 7 p.m. in Ruth Lilly Performance Hall of UIndy’s Christel DeHaan Fine Arts … Read More

Theatre Review: The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s latest offering, The Hound of the Baskervilles, is based on one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous Sherlock Holmes stories. It was adapted for the stage by R. Hamilton Wright and David Pichette, who managed to incorporate Sherlock’s idiosyncrasies into a plot as full of … Read More