Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scecina’s Club 53 benefit on Nov. 12

INDIANAPOLIS — This year’s eighth annual Club 53: Live and Local, Scecina Memorial High School’s premier benefit, features some of Irvington’s newest restaurants. The event also includes live music, silent and live auctions, and a $5,000 raffle the night of the event. Proceeds benefit tuition assistance, student life, and athletics … Read More


“We’re coming to a graveyard, hold your breath until we pass by,” is an old admonition travelers would say to one another. The superstitious saying reflected a belief that one risked allowing an evil spirit to enter the body and possess one’s soul if the breath was not held. In … Read More

Library Receives Grant to Increase Information Accessibility

INDIANAPOLIS — One in ten Marion County residents do not speak English, according to The Immigrant Welcome Center, which also states that more than 120 nationalities and 90 languages are represented in Indianapolis. Public libraries have become an increasingly important first stop for newcomers to the state, but they often … Read More

Finding Home: Indiana at 200

The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s original work, Finding Home: Indiana at 200 is a bold, diverse look at the Hoosier State through history. Many Indiana-connected writers contributed to this sprawling story, and the original music by Tim Grimm and family, tells the story of Hoosiers both famous and infamous: Princess Mishawaka, … Read More

“Into the Woods” with Beef & Boards

INDIANAPOLIS – Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre is presenting its premiere production of Stephen Sondheim’s enchanting musical, Into the Woods, now on stage through Nov. 20. The Brothers Grimm hit the stage in this epic fairy tale about wishes, family and the choices we make. The story follows a Baker … Read More