Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Giving Garden

Once there was a tree … And she loved a little boy, a lot. In a pub I met two young men, and after a short conversation with them, I gave one my business card. “I might want to tell your story,” I said to him. On August 17th, I … Read More

New Soccer Mini-Pitch at Arsenal Tech

INDIANAPOLIS — Youth in Indianapolis will have a new play space to call their own, thanks to the Add More Play in Your Day program grant from Mondelēz International, the Kroger Family of Stores and the U.S. Soccer Foundation. The grant from these companies, with additional support from Indiana Soccer … Read More

IndyFringe 2016 Roundup

IndyFringe is a marathon, not a sprint. The festival began Aug. 18 and runs through Sun. the 28th, so there is still time to see exceptional shows if you pace yourself. This year’s Fringe has an impressive array of performers and shows with local ties. As supporters of all things … Read More

Feast of Lanterns Aug. 27

INDIANAPOLIS — The annual Feast of Lanterns will be held Aug. 27 from 4-11 p.m. at Spades Park, 1800 Nowland Ave. The afternoon and evening feature food trucks, live music, lots of local vendors, a beer and wine tent, plus an evening lighting of the lanterns (9 p.m.). The event … Read More