Monthly Archives: March 2016

Howe Falls to Lapel

INDIANAPOLIS — On March 26, the Howe boy’s basketball team  took on Lapel — their first showing in any state championship. Despite a great effort from the team, coaches, and fans in the stands at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse, Howe lost to Lapel 59-37. The team ended the season with a … Read More

East Washington Branch to Close for Renovation

INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning April 3, work to renovate and expand the East Washington Branch of The Indianapolis Public Library, 2822 E. Washington St., will necessitate the branch’s closure until a nearby temporary facility can become operational to provide limited services for the duration of the seven-month construction project. Constructed in … Read More

What You Need to Know About Zika Virus

Zika virus has been making news headlines for the past several months. It’s important for the public to know what the virus is, how it spreads and the effects this disease has on its victims. It’s also important to note that people rarely die of Zika. Zika virus was first … Read More

Jimmy Mack to be Honored at IMEM

INDIANAPOLIS — Sun., April 3 marks A Salute to Jimmy Mack, which will be the Indiana Music and Entertainment Museum’s (IMEM) first in a series of evenings dedicated to honoring a Hoosier legend for their contributions. Jimmy McDowell, aka Jimmy Mack, is perhaps best known for his “Bandstand 13” and … Read More

Spotlight Players Present Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

LAWRENCE — The third production of Spotlight Players’ new season at the Theater at the Fort offers audiences an evening of hilarity with Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. American playwright Christopher Durang is known for works of outrageous and often absurd comedy and he doesn’t disappoint with this … Read More