At the University of Indianapolis, senior communication major Katie Stam is known for her scholarship, leadership and volunteer work. First as news director and later as operations manager for startup campus cable station UIndy TV, […]
Forget the $6.5-million aquatic center in Freedom Park on Greenwood’s southwest side. After eight years of discussing and planning the park that included a lazy river, water slides, zero-depth entry, spray grounds as well as […]
Luke Austin Daugherty • As a singer/songwriter and Pulitzer nominated poet, Daugherty has released seven indie label CDs and three poetry books and is ready to bring his show to the road for an unforgettable […]
I’m sure we all saw the story about the guy down in Bloomfield who had his eyebrows trimmed for charity. We didn’t? Well, then, sit back and get ready for … EYEBROWS IN THE NEWS!
Yep. Did it again. Went right into that kitchen, dizzy with delusions. “What’s that smell?” the farmer asked as he walked into the house. It might sound innocent enough. But actually, that was a loaded […]
By Torry Stiles 10. Instead of salt, the trucks are spreading leftover “Hillary ‘08” buttons. 9. The tow truck company is going through your neighborhood passing out flyers. 8. The folks in Carmel are complaining […]
Sunday is the Super Bowl, a time for gridiron rivalries matched by human revelries all the while eyeing the battle on television. This festive, food-laden time can be a conundrum for the fitness-minded soul. What […]
Most of us overly complicate our lives. We create legal problems that could be solved with some planning and advice. Q. I own three small houses, which I rent. Do I need a written lease?