Monthly Archives: April 2017

Photos of Meaningful Hoosier Places Sought for Exhibition

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Landmarks and iMOCA want photos of special Hoosier places for an exhibition called Meaningful Places. Photo subjects can be any place that has meaning, whether it’s personal, communal, visual, artistic, historic or natural. Photographers may submit up to three images via email by May 15. Entrants will … Read More

Eastbound I-70 Exit to Post Rd. Closes April 28-May 1

INDIANAPOLIS — Milestone Contractors plans to close the eastbound Interstate 70 (Exit 91) ramp to Post Road starting Fri., April 28 at 9 p.m. until Mon., May 1 at 6 a.m. for concrete paving and patching on the ramp. During the weekend ramp closure, exiting traffic will be directed to … Read More

Dreamgirls at Footlite Musicals

INDIANAPOLIS — Footlite Musicals concludes its 2016-2017 season with Dreamgirls every weekend May 5-21. Indianapolis’ oldest continuing community theatre presents its productions at its home, the Hedback Community Theater, 1847 N. Alabama St. Curtain time for its Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances is 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinees have a 2:30 … Read More

Applause!: April 28-May 4

• It’s almost May, and that means the Indy 500 Film Festival at the Irvington Branch Library is back on. Patrons can  relive the magical moments in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Tues., May 9 and Tues., May 16 at 7 p.m. at the Irvington Branch, 5625 … Read More

Selling a Concept

The Boss and I watched the film The Founder the other night. It’s a 2016 film staring Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc, the man who turned a drive-in restaurant into an international food icon and changed the eating habits of the world. In 1954, Kroc, who sold Prince Kastle milkshake … Read More