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March 25, 2016

Indianapolis has so many fabulous neighborhoods, and much to love in each. Most Fridays, we will point to a favorite place in an Indy neighborhood, so that next time you are wandering in that area, you can see the HI […]

In the Park: Canterbury Park

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May 30, 2015, No comments

Welcome to Canterbury Park!  This picturesque 1.7-acre neighborhood park is east of Meridian-Kessler and south of Broad Ripple at 5510 North Carve ...

In The Park: Babe Denny Park

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October 18, 2014, No comments

This fall, over half a million football fans dressed in their blue and white finest will visit downtown to cheer the Indianapolis Colts to victory.  ...

In The Park: Holliday Park

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January 11, 2014, No comments

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to t ...

  • Sunday Prayers: Horner-Terrill Home
    December 15, 2013, 2 Comments

    I had been thinking about the Horner-Terrill home all day. At work, I had been distracted— I’d allowed my mind to wander across the city, from downtown to the corner of Emerson and Brookville. The home was still on my […]

  • WTH Wednesday: Polyglot Plot
    June 26, 2013, 10 Comments

    You see this and you think?… First of all, you’re likely having trouble even figuring out what to look at first? Windows: Wrong Various forms of siding: Disaster Was this a version of patch testing paint colors–try a spot ...

  • Then & Now: 1841 N. Delaware Street
    June 6, 2013, 7 Comments

    Attics, storage trunks and second hand shops throughout Indianapolis and the world over have little gems like this awaiting discovery. The provenance of and labels on old photos are key in determining where photo were taken. This photo once ...

  • Sunday Prayers: 2110 College Ave.
    March 17, 2013, 12 Comments

    Harry McClintock wasn’t at all like the affluent of Indianapolis. He was a cowboy, a poet, a boomer, a world-traveler, a professional hobo. But his hobo-ing led to experiences, and the experiences gave him things to talk about, and th ...