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October 16, 2015

Fall brings a plethora of internationally themed festivals in Indianapolis. Some of the more popular offerings include the French Market sponsored by St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church and Irish Fest in Military Park. Activities culminate in early November with […]

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.  ...

At Your Leisure: At the Museum

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October 10, 2014, 2 Comments

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is one of the crown jewels of our city. Few may realize that the facility near 38th Street and Michigan Road is one of ...

Sunday Prayers: Horner-Terrill Home

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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 dow ...

  • Sunday Prayers: 2015 N. Senate Ave.
    July 7, 2013, 13 Comments

     We meet again, plywood. Once more you grace the windows of an aged Victorian. Though you mark a property as uninhabited, you blend into the beige paint. I hardly notice you. No, I pay heed to the home’s sweet, simple […]

  • Sunday Prayers: 619 E. New York St.
    June 9, 2013, 9 Comments

    Homeowner Krsana Henry was devastated when she first walked through 619 E. New York St. Only weeks before, she had inherited the Italianate-style home from her mother, Emma Jean (Gina) Rotstein. Rotstein, as it were, had inherited the prope ...

  • 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: 1415 Olive St.
    May 12, 2013, 3 Comments

    Charm. It’s one thing this gambrel-roofed property still has, despite the plywood that protects the front windows. Though the word “foreclosure” has been associated with this home recently, its outer appearance is still friendly and i ...

  • WTH Wednesday: STOP in the Name of…
    April 10, 2013, 1 Comment

    What a coincidence that the predominant shape discernible here just happens to correlate with the first word that may pop into your head: STOP. Holy octagons, Batman. This is something you don’t see every day. Will the REAL house plea ...