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Archives for September 2009

Is Anyone Protecting Indianapolis Homeowners Against Loan Scams?

Around the Indianapolis real estate market and the rest of the country, homeowners are finding themselves in dire financial states regarding their homes. While some are simply struggling just to pay their mortgage, others are in deep trouble of a negative equity situation. Because some homeowners, including Indiana residents, are desperate to fix their financial […]

Fall Fun at Mallow Run Winery

This Autumn, head to Mallow Run Winery in Bargersville, Indiana, to celebrate the season and enjoy some of the Hoosier state’s best wines. Starting this Saturday, October 3, Mallow Run promises a great line-up of events to officially get you in a Fall frame of mind. If you’re in the mood for hot, gooey pizza and crisp […]

Sitting Down with Award Winning Artist Casey Jo Ailes

Often in life people find it hard just to be good at one thing. Harder still is to be considered great at just one thing. So try to imagine my trepidation as I sat down with Indianapolis artist Casey Jo Ailes; who is not only an award winning painter, but a highly sought after professional […]

Indianapolis Colts Win Big Down in the Desert

So apparently the Indianapolis Colts are allowed to win by more than a touchdown. After the first two weeks saw the Indianapolis sports football franchise eking out victories of 14-12 and 27-23, the mighty Horseshoes cruised to a much desired win in Arizona, 31-10. The Sunday night game was supposed to be an exhibition of […]

Negative Equity Solutions for Indianapolis Homeowners

Numerous homeowners in the Indianapolis real estate market and across the country are finding themselves upside-down on their homes, meaning they owe more than their home is worth in today’s market. Statistics even show that as many as 15 million people across the country are in this “underwater” situation. Many owners listing their Indianapolis homes […]

ICT Presents Camelot in Concert: One Weekend Only Oct. 2-4, 2009

In the glow of roaring success from Indianapolis Civic Theatre’s production of Evita, they present the Duke Energy Broadway Series Friday, October 2. You can catch this concert style presentation of the music from Camelot through the weekend (October 4). Tickets are $24.00 and the curtain goes up on Marian University’s campus at 7:00 pm […]

Buck Creek Players Open Season Friday, Oct. 2

The Buck Creek Players Theatre of Buck Creek Franklin Township open their season Friday, October 2 with Jane Martin’s satire Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage. The show runs through October 18 at the Buck Creek Playhouse. Tickets are $14.00 for adults and $12.00 for Indianapolis kids with student ID and senior citizens age 62 […]

JCFA Composers’ Orchestra at Butler University, Thursday Oct. 1: FREE Music Event

Butler University’s School of Music presents yet another Jordan College of Fine Arts Composers’ Orchestra performance on Thursday, October 1, 2009. This Indianapolis music performance starts at 8:00 pm in the Eidson Duckwall Recital Hall. As always these Indianapolis music performances are free and open to all Indianapolis people. The Composers’ Orchestra at Butler University […]

Yo-Yo Ma Plays With Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra This Thursday

World renowned musician Yo-Yo Ma performs for the Circle City this Thursday, October 1 with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The performance in Indianapolis downtown at the Hilbert Circle Theatre gets underway at 7:30 pm. The people of Indianapolis have turned out in throngs when this cellist played Indianapolis over a decade ago. He returns to […]

Documentary “Say My Name” at the IMA

The Indianapolis Museum of Art screens Say My Name, an exploration of female emcees around the world, on Thursday, October 1, 2009 in the Toby Theater. The movie starts at 7:00 pm and runs for one night only. Tickets are $9.00 for general public, $5.00 for museum members, and free to Indianapolis kids with a […]

Athenaeum Hosts First Ever GermanFest

The first GermanFest ever will take place on October 10, 2009, from noon until 8:00 PM at the historic Athenaeum building in downtown Indianapolis. The Athenaeum’s GermanFest is free to the public except for its premier event at 7:30 PM, a dinner with an open bar, a silent auction, prizes and a groovy concert by […]

Robert Hawkins at Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple This Week

Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village welcomes Robert Hawkins,whose first love has always been stand-up, Thursday, October 1 through Sunday October 4. Despite respectable success on a Fox sitcom, Robert Hawkins defines his comedy first and foremost by his stand-up routines. Robert Hawkins reaches Indianapolis in the middle of a five month tour across […]

Michael Mack at Crackers Comedy Club Indianapolis Downtown This Week

Comedian Michael Mack will light up the stage at Crackers Comedy Club in Indianapolis downtown this Wednesday, September 30 through Saturday, October 3. Check out Indianapolis nightlife this week as you find your way to downtown Indy to see this funny man style his humorous music for you. Michael Mack is in Indianapolis from his […]

Indiana Fever Win Game 3: Advance to WNBA Finals

Sports are an amazing thing. Lives are changed, for better or for worse, in the span of just a few seconds. The Indiana Fever‘s 72-67 win over the Detroit Shock Saturday night at Conseco Fieldhouse is the latest example that proves this point. In a 40 minute game that was not decided until Tamika Catchings […]

5th Annual Fishers Renaissance Faire Coming Anon

The Fishers Renaissance Faire draws over 14,000 visitors over the weekend, most from the nearby communities of Noblesville, Carmel, Lawrence and, of course, Indianapolis. Strolling through its magical atmosphere, however, you will come upon attendees from many other cities in Indiana, especially Anderson, Pendleton, Fortville, Westfield, Cicero and Zionsville, all within a twenty-mile radius of […]

Circle of Lights Talent Auditions: Showcase your Sparkle!

Auditions began today for entertainers to participate in the annual Circle of Lights holiday bash on famous Monument Circle in the heart of Indianapolis downtown. What better way to showcase your talents or those of your group’s than to perform at the brightest Indianapolis performing arts venue of all? Every year over 100,000 visitors are […]

Rebuilding the Old City Hall in Downtown Indianapolis: Hoosiers Keep on Keeping On

From the ongoing renovations in Fountain Square to the revamping of Fort Wayne’s downtown sector, Central Indiana continues to plough money into maintenance and refurbishing projects. One such project to improve state capital Indianapolis has to do with redeveloping the 1910 building that once was the home of the Indiana State Museum and City Hall […]

Indiana Fever Win-Force a Game 3 Tonight

The Indiana Fever regained home-court advantage in their best of three series with the Detroit Shock last night with a 79-75 victory in game 2. It looked as though it was going to be a long night for the Indiana Fever who, after only a few minutes into the first quarter, were down to the […]

Larry Bird Buys Balcony, Giving All Tickets Away Free for Indiana Fever’s Game 3

INDIANAPOLIS –Indiana Pacers Sports & Entertainment President Larry Bird has purchased the entire balcony of Conseco Fieldhouse for Saturday night’s Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals with the sole intent to fill the arena as the Indiana Fever hosts the Detroit Shock for a one-game, Eastern Conference championship and the right to advance to […]

Indiana Pacers Extend O’Brien

In an off season that has seen many changes, the Indiana Pacers announced today that at least something will stay the same. Just this afternoon, news out of Conseco Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis confirms that the Pacers have exercised the team’s option on head coach Jim O’Brien’s contract. This means that O’Brien will be patrolling […]