All posts tagged Ryan Hamlett

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September 13, 2016

  When last RWAV headed west, we visited Central State Hospital’s Administration Building in the middle of its restoration and transformation into “Central State Mansion” by Reverie Estates. In the short time that has past, the Mansion is now a vibrant […]

The Scot Butler House and the Office in the Round

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July 29, 2014, 7 Comments

This edition of A Room with a View is going to be a little bit of a departure from the norm. As I am about to take a little time off from HI to begin ...

Riverside Pumping Station

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April 8, 2014, 2 Comments

Looking north from West 10th Street by the IUPUI/Eskenazi Health campus, a lonesome, grand municipal building peers back from the other side of Fall C ...

Indiana City Brewery (Home Brewing Company Bottling Building)

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March 25, 2014, No comments

In case you missed it the first time we published it… Early last year, our own Joan Hostetler featured the Home Brewing Company for a February ...

  • The Indianapolis Chain and Stamping Co.
    March 11, 2014, 3 Comments

      There is a building on Indianapolis’ near southwest side that is easily forgettable as one drives into downtown on Kentucky Ave. Yet, the story behind this century old factory has roots in America’s bicycle, motorsports a ...

  • Frances Farmer Will Find Her Peace in Fishers
    November 12, 2013, 7 Comments

    The internet. In 1994, almost none of us had heard of it, even fewer of us had reason to use it. Twenty years later, it’s how we communicate, shop, and learn. For many of us, the internet’s greatest potential is […]

  • The House of Blue Lights
    October 29, 2013, 15 Comments

    Once upon a time, it was a rite of passage for Indianapolis teenagers to park their cars at the end of a long, wooded drive off of Fall Creek Road on the northeast side. They traversed the steep, hilly, woods to […]

  • Reminders of Indy’s Transit Past
    October 15, 2013, 2 Comments

    As summer road construction season comes to its seasonal decline, workers downtown have been diligently ripping Delaware Street into shreds, producing waist-deep holes through which they can repair the city’s subterranean infrastructu ...

  • The Lyric Theater
    October 1, 2013, 5 Comments

    Just as the popularity of Netflix and Redboxes have yielded thousands of vacant storefronts across the county once occupied by Blockbuster Video stores, television’s popularity led to the near extinction of the double purpose stage/mo ...