Monthly Archives: February 2017

American Foods in World Cuisine

So what’s for dinner? Turkey, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, cranberry sauce, sliced tomatoes, pumpkin bread with maple syrup, and vanilla ice cream with  chocolate syrup for dessert. Sounds luscious doesn’t it? It’s something else. It’s all American foods. Foods that native Americans cultivated and ate long before European … Read More

LPD Announces Business Watch Meeting Feb. 28

LAWRENCE — LPD Crime Prevention Director Linda Sokol announces the date for LPD’s upcoming quarterly Business Watch meeting, scheduled for 10 a.m. Tues.. Feb. 28 in the Public Assembly Room at the Lawrence Government Center, 9001 E. 59th St. These meetings focus on developing and maintaining working relationships and partnerships … Read More

Pyramid Players Present “Pinkalicious” Through March 18

INDIANAPOLIS – The Pyramid Players are tickled pink to announce Pinkalicious, the Musical will return to Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre during its 2017 Season. This fun show runs through March 18 for kids of all ages. Pinkalicious loves pink and wants everything in her life to be pink. Her … Read More

Speedway Historian at Indiana Landmarks March 30

INDIANAPOLIS —  On March 30, the British-born historian of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Donald Davidson, will share his perspectives on the state’s most famous landmark, home of the Indianapolis 500. In his engaging and entertaining style, he’ll chat from the stage in the Grand Hall at Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 … Read More

Kiddie Matinee Afternoons

Across Indianapolis from the late 1930s through the 1960s, thousands of kids could be found every Saturday afternoon at their neighborhood movie theater enjoying a special “kiddie matinee.” After paying an admission from 10ȼ to 35ȼ, the next stop was the concession stand — a box of popcorn, a cup … Read More