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Archives for July 19, 2010

Lilith Fair at Verizon Wireless Music Center Celebrates Female Musicians

Lilith Fair dazzled the music industry from 1997 to 1999, showcasing the talents of female artists across the United States. More than a decade later, Lilith Fair makes its triumphant return to the world of Summer concerts with a 2010 tour like no other. Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana welcomes Lilith Fair to […]

A Photo Tour of Barley Island Restaurant and Brewhouse

Located at 701 Broad Ripple Avenue in beautiful Broad Ripple Village, Barley Island Restaurant and Brewhouse opened their doors in November of 2009. It is the second location in the Indy area, with the original restaurant in Noblesville, Indiana.  Featuring a menu with a variety of pub fare that includes Indiana raised premium aged beef […]

IZOD IndyCar Series: New Car Decision Announced

It was a big week for the IZOD IndyCar Series. On Wednesday they hosted an event at the Indianapolis Museum of Art to announce which company earned the right to produce chassis for the series beginning in 2012. Among the groups competing for the contract included current chassis manufacturer Dallara, along with Lola Cars, Swift […]

Austin Collie: Indianapolis Colts Wide Receiver

Austin Collie was born November 11, 1985 in El Dorado Hills, California. He is in his second season with the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. Collie was voted Northern California’s Most Valuable Player while at Oak Ridge High School after hauling in 60 catches for 978 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior. […]

Howard Kellman: Voice of the Indianapolis Indians

Howard Kellman is the long-time “Voice of the Indianapolis Indians,” and is a member of the Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. Kellman was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was an avid New York Yankees fan. As a child, he would find an isolated portion of Yankees Stadium and practice calling games in […]

Bob Kravitz: Controversial Sports Columnist

Bob Kravitz is an award-winning sports columnist with the Indianapolis Star, and the former radio host of the “Kravitz and Eddie Show” on WFNI-AM 1070 The Fan. Kravitz grew up in Long Island, New York, but moved to the North Shore of Chicago, Illinois during his junior year of high school. A life-long hockey enthusiast, […]

Wayne Township Sales Climb 11.1 Percent in May, 2010

As has been the case with many other central Indiana towns the total number of pending sales plummeted in May. In Wayne Township there were just 71 pending sales compared to 165 in April—a decrease of 57 percent. Compared to May of 2009 this was a 40.8-percent decrease. Also not helping matters was a 0.8-percent […]

Warren Township Pending Sales Plummet 54.1 Percent in May, 2010

It was understandable when total pending sales hit a 15-month low in December of 2009; after all, it was the Christmas season, which for most people meant gift-buying took precedence over home-buying. But what to make of the new 15-month low of just 640 total pending sales that occurred in May, 2010? After 3 consecutive […]

The Fever Fall in Wednesday Matinee

Fresh off the WNBA All-Star break, the Indiana Fever took to the floor at Conseco Fieldhouse on Wednesday afternoon for a special 1:00 p.m. tip-off against Connecticut Sun. The 77-68 defeat is not how the Indianapolis based women’s basketball team had hoped to start their second half. It was a close contest throughout with the […]

Indiana Fever-vs-Connecticut Sun Photo Gallery

The Indiana Fever took to the floor of Conseco Fieldhouse on Wednesday afternoon to kick off the second half of their season after Tamika Catchings and Katie Douglas returned from the WNBA All-Star game last weekend. The Indianapolis sports women’s basketball franchise looked to keep their winning ways at home going as they welcomed the […]