Room With a View: Indiana Avenue to Walker Theatre

Written by on November 6, 2012 in A Room with a View - 1 Comment
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On a rainy day a couple weeks ago, grabbed this snap from New Orleans on the Avenue, former home of Zing and many other things… The Walker Theatre is celebrating its 85th birthday right now with a series of fun events, including a dress up 1927 Cotton Club Party this Friday, November 9th; on Tuesday November 13th, a free Indy Talks event (including yours truly as one of 5 speakers) “Re-Imagining the Future of Indiana Avenue;” and on Thursday, November 15th, former member of the Supremes, Mary Wilson performs “Stormy Weather: the Lena Horne Project.” There’s a special opportunity for young professionals to attend that night–click here.

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One Comment on "Room With a View: Indiana Avenue to Walker Theatre"

  1. basil berchekas jr November 6, 2012 at 3:15 pm · Reply

    Must follow this type blog! Ms Walker also had a mansion townhouse on “Striver’s Row” in western Harlem New York at the foot of Morningside Heights where she lived out her life as a highly successful female business person (and probably the first minority one)…

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