Weekly View’s Story Archive

“Boeing Boeing” at the IRT March 7-April 2

INDIANAPOLIS — A swanky Parisian bachelor pad sets the stage for a fun-filled performance where an infidelitous man finds out what can go wrong when he, along with three beautiful stewardesses, are in the right place at the wrong time in the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s (IRT) Boeing Boeing. “Boeing Boeing … Read More

New Eiteljorg Exhibit Features Dogs: Faithful and True

INDIANAPOLIS – A new special exhibition at the Eiteljorg Museum captures the universal bond between people and dogs through art and interactive experiences that bring to life the many roles dogs have played in the American West: as companions, workers and heroes. The exhibition, Dogs: Faithful and True, opens March … Read More

U.S. 52 Bridge Closes for Construction On Feb. 27

INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Highway 52 (Brookville Road) is scheduled to close for bridge construction just west of German Church Road starting on or after Mon., Feb. 27. INDOT awarded a $1.3 million contract to Duncan Robertson, Inc. last fall to rebuild the U.S. 52 bridge over Grassy Creek, which is … Read More

Keeping Hinkle, Hinkle: A Tale of Restoration

INDIANAPOLIS — On Thursday, March 2, storyteller Sally Perkins will tell how Butler University restored Hinkle Fieldhouse, a National Historic Landmark, in her performance of Keeping Hinkle, Hinkle. Storytelling Arts of Indiana and Indiana Landmarks commissioned the story for If These Walls Could Tell, a series sponsored by Frank and … Read More

Oaklandon Civic Theatre Presents King Mackerel and the Blues are Running

INDIANAPOLIS — Oakland Civic Theatre presents King Mackerel and the Blues are Running: Songs and stories by Jim Wann, Bland Simpson, J.L. Mills and Don Dixon Tall tales and rollicking songs in the Diamond Studs and Pump Boys and Dinettes tradition transport audiences to the Outer Banks for a pleasant … Read More