Ethel Winslow’s Story Archive

Irvington Ghost Tours Begin September 29

Ghost and history enthusiasts from all over Central Indiana will start coming to Irvington September 29 as the annual Irvington Ghost Tours get underway. Tours will be held on Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m. through October 28. Tickets are $15 each (cash only) and available 20 minutes before the … Read More

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the IRT

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, based on the award-winning book by Mark Haddon, is a stunning revelation of a play now onstage at the Indiana Repertory Theatre. Simon Stephens’ adaption of the book to a play is crisp and uncompromising, winning several awards (including a Tony … Read More

A Century of Irvington Homes Sept. 17

It’s 1917 and the U.S. is just getting involved in the War to End all Wars. Russia is undergoing a revolution. The average price for a home was $5,000 (about $111,584 in today’s money), but the average American made about 22 cents an hour. And Irvington? It was a growing … Read More

Our Five Stars at IndyFringe 17

Mary Beth Kuhns, Paula Nicewanger, C.J. Woods III and I hit IndyFringe 17 hard from Aug. 17-20, posting short reviews of the shows we’ve seen on our Facebook page, which you’lll find if you search for Eastside Voice. Here’s our highest-rated, must see shows: • Stewart Huff’s “Sense Ain’t Common” … Read More

Coca-Cola “Before” Tour Reveals Beautiful Surprises

The iconic Coca-Cola Bottling plant on Mass Ave. and College Ave. was sold last year to a developer, Hendricks Commercial Properties, from IPS, who has used the property as a bus hub for many years. Since the building went up in 1931, it has captured the attention of passerby because … Read More