Archives for March 2011

Jabberwocky: International Flair Highlights Women’s Stories of Immigration and Nationalization

You may not know it, but March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, a month to look back and contemplate the multitude of effects women have had on our society in addition to the struggles of equality many women face, even today. Despite all the efforts of the past few decades, women largely remain […]

Palladium Events for March, 2011

Carmel, Indiana‘s splashy new Palladium events are selling out fast. Check out this summary of Carmel events for March, 2011 at the gorgeous new Greater Indianapolis venue for performing arts

Carmel’s Palladium Events in March, 2011

Upcoming events in Carmel’s new Palladium for March, 2011 are listed below. All events are held at the Palladium, in Indiana’s new Center for Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana, a North Indianapolis suburb. Ticket costs range from $15 to $90. Vienna Boys Choir – This fabulous boys choir is famous the world over. March 5, […]

Murat Shrine Circus: Elephants, Clowns, Acrobats All in One Ring

The circus, both the traditional and the bizarre kind, has long had a home in American culture. The industry has come a long way since the small freak shows that used to travel the country; the once niche entertainment tradition has now expanded to include clowns, elephants, carnival rides, daring feats of gymnastics and high […]

2011 Indianapolis Home & Flower Show: Helpful Celebrities, Gorgeous Gardens, A Green Good Time

Evidence of spring is popping up all over Indianapolis. Sure, the weather may not look like it yet, but for the past few weeks Indianapolis events designed to prepare Central Indiana residents for the forthcoming thaw have been becoming more commonplace. Whether it’s greasing the chains of your bike with the Cycling Adventures of Willie […]

Grace Fong and Jun Iwasaki: A Grand Encounter in Classical Music

Classical music is usually reserved for the larger, more opulent Indianapolis music venues. Huge orchestras need huge spaces to play in, and the graceful architecture and vast scope of Indianapolis theaters like Clowes Memorial Hall, Hilbert Circle Theatre, and even the amphitheater at the Conner Prairie Living History Museum are usually the best choices to […]