Monthly Archives: September 2015

Who Lived in My House?

Previously I wrote about learning the ownership of a house through reading an abstract, but how do you find out who actually lived in the house? The primary source for discovering residents of a house in Indianapolis prior to 1989 is through the pages of R. L. Polk & Co. … Read More

Five Public Greenspaces Selected for KIB Program 2016

INDIANAPOLIS — Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) recently announced that five new community greenspace projects have been awarded as part of KIB’s IPL Project GreenSpace program for 2016. KIB, in partnership with Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) and the City of Indianapolis, has helped neighborhoods, schools, churches, and other … Read More

2015-16 Stutz Studio Residency Winners Announced

INDIANAPOLIS — Local artists Kristy Hughes and Jessica Springman have been selected as Residents in the 2015 Stutz Studio Residency Program. As the 2015 Stutz Residency winners, Kristy and Jessica have been awarded free studio space and utilities in the Stutz Business and Arts Center for one year, from October … Read More

Historic Racing Garage Spared from Demolition

INDIANAPOLIS — The Marion County Commissioners recently voted to convey the historic Boyle Racing garage to Indiana Landmarks. “The building at 1701 Gent Street is in terrible shape,” admits Marsh Davis, president of Indiana Landmarks. “But it’s a place where racing history was made, and our Indiana Automotive affinity group … Read More

Heart Gallery Returns to Indy Sept. 25-Oct. 5

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Heart Gallery, a traveling exhibit featuring compelling portraits of children in need of adoptive families, is stopping in Indianapolis at Trinity Church, 9709 Allisonville Rd. Sept. 25 – Oct. 5. The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) uses the Heart Gallery’s professional portraits and stories about … Read More