Monthly Archives: July 2015

U.S. Fleet Forces Band Comes to Indy

INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Fleet Forces Band and all of its music ensembles will be performing numerous concerts in Indianapolis between Aug. 10 and Aug. 15 in support of Indianapolis Navy Week. There will be performances at many locations including the Indiana State Fair, Indianapolis Public Library, Soldiers and Sailors … Read More

What’s In a Name?

When one is in the entertainment business, politics or any endeavor that requires them to have a name, or a brand if you will, that is catchy and easy to remember it may be necessary to change or at least modify one’s birth name. In many cases, it’s about having … Read More

Serve’s up!: Western & Southern Open begins August 15 in Mason, Ohio

by Julie Young, Weekly View Contributor They are the crème de la crème of the tennis world: Novak Djokovich, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, and Victoria Azarenka among others and they are set to descend on the Midwest for the Western & Southern Open August 15-23 at … Read More

Book Review: The Rise of the Creative Class Revisited

The Rise of the Creative Class Revisited by Richard Florida is an update of his seminal 2003 book positing that the American society of the corporate/organization man has imploded and a new society is on the rise. That society values creativity.   Florida’s definition of creativity is so broad that almost … Read More