• Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: To The Beat of a Different Drum

      … a Bigger and Better Drum! Tucked away among the over-tight streets of the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood near Fountain Square, the SENSE Charter school lovingly serves children in grades Kindergarten through seventh. The school inhabits an interesting building. Rough, inconveniently-placed...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Healin’ Hurty

    John N. Hurty (1852-1925) Purdue University photo. (C)lean and Mean… John Hurty began his career in Indianapolis at a time when cows and pigs roamed the city streets at will. So much livestock lived among the human citizenry...

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  • Posted in: Mailbag HI Mailbag: Renowned Egyptologist from Indianapolis

    Reader’s Question: What can you tell me about Indianapolis-born Egyptologist George Reisner?  I’m interested in learning about his Indianapolis years.  ~ Peter Der Manuelian, Cambridge, Massachusetts HI’s Answer:  George Andrew Reisner Jr., is considered one of...

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