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Archives for January 2010

Indiana Pacers: A.J. Price

Anthony Jordan Price grew up in Orange, New Jersey, and attended Amityville Memorial High School, leading his team to state titles in his sophomore and junior seasons.  Price, known as A.J. since an early age, is the son of Tony Price, a former University of Pennsylvania star who led the Quakers to the 1979 NCAA […]

Indianapolis Colts: Resembling the Patriots

On a lark, I decided to try and figure out which past Super Bowl this year’s matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints reminded me of. I didn’t really expect to find any game that was a proper fit – the Saints and Colts are pretty unique teams – but I figured it […]

PrimeSport Travel Partners with Indianapolis Colts for Super Bowl XLIV

Those hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Indianapolis Colts fans who would follow them just about anywhere will be leaving Indianapolis for Miami next weekend to cheer them on during Super Bowl XLIV. Many are still scurrying for tickets, especially the hard-to-get kind for those spectacular super Bowl weekend parties. The press release below this video explains […]

Indianapolis Colts: Making Connections to the New Orleans Saints

Everyone knows about the Indianapolis Colts Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne’s connection to New Orleans, and most everyone knows that Drew Brees starred collegiately in Indiana, but who else on the Saints has connections to the Hoosier state? Let’s take a look. Drew Brees: Brees arrived on the Purdue University campus, located in West Lafayette, […]

Super Bowl Village in Downtown Indianapolis for 2012’s SB XLVI

Is two years enough to build a village? Indianapolis citizens and Indianapolis Downtown, Inc. are determined to make an unforgettable event out of the 2012 Super Bowl. Super Bowl Village is manifesting itself right before Indy Hoosiers‘ eyes, and there is no doubt that it will be a worthy venue for the grand event. “It’s […]

Washington Township Real Estate Statistics

Washington Township in Indianapolis, Indiana has managed to remain fairly consistent in many areas of real estate sales figures.  The list price versus sales price has risen 5.6% from December 2008 to 2009.  December 2008 had homes selling at 90% of list price and December 2009 was at 95%. Great news for sellers in Washington Township where the majority […]

Josefina Day at the Eiteljorg Museum Saturday in Indianapolis Downtown

Celebrate American Girl character, Josefina, at the Eiteljorg Museum’s Josefina Day in Indianapolis downtown this Saturday, January 30 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. This Indianapolis event offers Indianapolis kids a hands on chance to engage with Western history and United States history. FREE to all Indianapolis people, Josefina Day is sure to be an […]

Acclaimed Violinist Christian Tetzlaff to Perform with Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is used to having a rotating stable of accomplished guest musicians and conductors. In the past, they’ve performed with such esteemed members of the music world as Yo-Yo Ma, Florence Henderson, Joshua Bell, Vadim Gluzman, and more, so it should be no surprise to Indianapolis society that this distinguished Indianapolis musical […]

Orkestra Projekt

Important Indianapolis music facet, the Orkestra Projekt, will give another exciting performance, Perspektive. Vision, this Saturday, January 30 at the Earth House Collective. This Indianapolis music organization offers a different orchestra experience than you find at say the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra or the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. An innovative Indianapolis performing arts group, they always seem […]

Garfield Park Celebrates with Black Pearls and Shares Terrific Terrariums this Weekend

Garfield Park, south of Indianapolis downtown, offers great Indianapolis events all year cheap or free for Indianapolis people. This weekend Indianapolis’ Garfield Park is featuring two Indianapolis community events: Black Pearls, celebrating Black History Month, and Terrific Terrariums, a chance to see green in the dead of winter. The former is FREE to all Indianapolis […]

Indianapolis Music Events 1/28 to 1/31: Sweatshirt Weather, Clifford Ratliff, and More

This weekend in Indianapolis music, there’s a lot of cool Indianapolis events going on all around the Circle City. Indianapolis Colts fever has gripped the city, so most residents are either glued to their television sets or at an Indianapolis sports bar gabbing about the upcoming Super Bowl XLIV to their buddies. In the event […]

Art and Soul at the Indianapolis Artgarden All Month

Art and Soul, a celebration of African American art and artists in Indiana, kicks off this Saturday, January 30 at the Artsgarden of Indianapolis downtown. This month long event begins with an afternoon Indianapolis festival in the Circle Centre Mall’s Artsgarden. FREE to all Indianapolis people, this fun Indianapolis event packs in Indianapolis artist booths, […]

Groovaloo Comes to Indianapolis

Indianapolis performing arts welcomes award winning dance performance Groovaloo to Clowes Memorial Hall on the campus of Butler University. Tickets to this Indianapolis art event range from $35.00 to $20.00. Groovaloo breaks down the house at Clowes Memorial Hall for one night only Saturday, January 30 at 8:00 pm. Don’t miss your chance to see […]

Indy Golf Show at the Indiana Convention Center Downtown

The Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis downtown is a wonderful Indianapolis attraction that brings people from across the Midwest to the Circle City. January 29 to 31 the Indiana Convention Center wall will be filled to the brim with the 20th Annual Indy Golf Show. A golfer’s heaven, the Indy Golf Show features the newest […]

How to Stop the Colts’ Peyton Manning

Bronko Nagurski was the quintessential football player of the 1930s, much as Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is the quintessential football player today. When Vince Lombardi was asked how to stop Bronko Nagurski, he replied, “Shoot him before he gets out of the dressing room, because after that, we’re in trouble.” Assuming that they’re not […]

Building a New Home? Call your Agent.

Browsing through the beautifully decorated builder’s model homes in the Indianapolis, Indiana metropolitan area on weekends can be a great way to narrow your home search for those of you just beginning to consider purchasing a home. The models are open and free to walk through at your leisure but before you step inside there are a few […]

Business in Indianapolis Remains Strong Despite Recession

Indianapolis, the great capital city of Indiana, is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. The unparalleled Indianapolis sports events alone draw millions every year, and show no sign of letting up. Add to that the overall excellence of Indianapolis attractions and the popular events in Indianapolis, and you have yourself one […]

Winter Nights Film Series: Touch of Evil

The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Winter Night Film Series continues on Friday, January 29, 2010 with the Orson Welles classic Touch of Evil. This Indianapolis art event is $15.00 for Indianapolis people, $10.00 for members of the Indianapolis art museum and $11.00 for Indianapolis kids with a valid student ID. Touch of Evil at the […]

“Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”

Indianapolis theatre event, Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by the Buck Creek Players, runs Friday, January 29 through Sunday, February 7. Tickets to this Indianapolis performing arts group’s latest production are $16.00 for adults and $14.00 for Indianapolis kids and senior citizens, over sixty-two years old. Friday and Saturday performance begin […]

Art from the Heartland

The Indianapolis Art Center, in Broad Ripple Village, presents Art from the Heartland, a juried exhibition January 29 through April 18, 2010. An opening reception at the Broad Ripple Indianapolis Art Center, this Friday, January 29, 2010 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, will celebrate the achievements of contributing Hoosier artists as well as artists […]