By Bradley Lane “Blade Runner” was released in its original form in 1982 with a wide United States theatrical release. It had mixed reviews from critics. Some cited its long run time and overuse of […]
By Rick Hinton Discernment is defined as: the quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure; a power to see what is not evident to the average mind (Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary). […]
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GREENWOOD, Ind. – The City of Greenwood has begun construction to transform the 25-year-old skatepark located in Northeast Park. During its meeting in February, the city’s Parks & Recreation Board selected Hunger Skateparks to construct the $287,250 […]
Indianapolis, IN April 1, 2021: Franklin Central Choirs finish season strong with High Voltage and FC Singers claiming the Grand Champion Titles at the Carroll Classic in their respective divisions Electric Mayhem earned Best Band […]
Autism Community Connection hosts awareness and fundraising campaign during Autism Awareness Month By Nicole Davis In the last year, people across the world have been told to stay at home and stay apart to stay […]
Youth theater group opens for classes and performances in Greenwood Park Mall By Mark Gasper After years of producing musical theater performances at schools, churches and even outdoors, Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy opened its […]
Zack Snyder’s Justice League: A drab, taxing 4-hour superhero experience By Brad Lane Warner Brothers’ superhero cinematic franchise with Detective Comics characters was created to rival Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2013 with Zack […]