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May 18, 2017 News



  • Indianapolis Museum of Art 'Crazy Quilts' exhibit showcases unique technique - Daily Journal

    Daily Journal -  A 19th century textile craze is the subject of a new exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, “Crazy Quilts: Stitching Memories.” In the 1880s, quilt makers started experimenting with freestyle patchworks that did not follow a specific structure ...
  • Family hoping arrests help find missing daughter - WTTV CBS4Indy

    WTTV CBS4Indy -  MUNCIE, Ind.- There are new developments in the case of a missing Indianapolis woman. Last October, 23-year-old Angie Barlow went missing after leaving a party on the west side of Indianapolis. Her car, a blue Pontiac, was found three weeks later on ...
  • Howard shakes off rust to lead fourth Indianapolis 500 practice - INDYCAR

    INDYCAR -  INDIANAPOLIS – Jay Howard has been away from Indy car racing for six years, but it mattered not in the fourth practice day for the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. Howard, driving the No. 77 Lucas Oil/Team One Cure Honda for ...
  • The Thread - Indianapolis Monthly

    Indianapolis Monthly -  ... Emmis_Indy_Event_List_Content_Block::markup_thumbs($data) should be compatible with Emmis_Featured_Items_Content_Block::markup_thumbs($data, $area) in /var/www/html/emmis.com/wp-content/themes/indianapolis/includes/blocks/event-list.php ...
  • IndyCar Rookies To Know: Jack Harvey - Indianapolis Monthly

    Indianapolis Monthly -  Harvey's biggest win during his Indy Lights career came in the 2015 Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Despite only leading 10 of the 40 laps, Harvey made an important move in the latter stages of the race that helped seal the win. A wreck ...
  • IndyCar Rookies To Know: Zach Veach - Indianapolis Monthly

    Indianapolis Monthly -  It was here in Indianapolis that Dave Fisher, the father of IndyCar team owner and former driver Sarah Fisher, discovered him. Within a few months, Veach was driving open-wheel Formula BMW machines. “As a young kid, I always had the hope that one day ...
  • We must invest in infrastructure - Indianapolis Recorder

    Indianapolis Recorder -  In Washington, I am working hard to ensure that your tax dollars come back to Indianapolis to help pay for our most important projects. Most recently, Congress agreed to provide $50 million dollars to Indianapolis to improve and expand our public ...
  • History in the archives: Decades-old publications help hoosiers uncover history - Indianapolis Recorder

    Indianapolis Recorder -  “The (Indianapolis) Recorder was the only paper we could find who covered her story. It did our father good to actually see something that spoke of his mom and what happened to her, because he has nothing. Just a story, and it brought things to life ...
  • Police, Mayor seek proactive solutions - Indianapolis Recorder

    Indianapolis Recorder -  Last week, IMPD Chief Bryan Roach, Mayor Joe Hogsett and other leaders announced the reformation of the Indianapolis Violence Reduction Partnership. IVRP, founded in 1998, was an initiative created in direct response to the high-level of homicides in ...
  • CBS Sports regrades 2014 Indianapolis Colts draft class - 247Sports

    247Sports -  How does the Indianapolis Colts 2014 draft class look now that three seasons are in the books? CBS Sports senior NFL columnist Pete Prisco gave his answer to that question for the Colts as well as every other NFL team in a recent feature. Before diving ...
  • Tech Jobs, Population Surge Give Indianapolis Office Market a Big Lift - REBusinessOnline

    REBusinessOnline -  Hearn Co. acquired BMO Plaza last year, and has since upgraded areas such as the lobby, tenant lounge and fitness center at the 28-story office tower. No matter where you turn in the Indianapolis metro area, there is one common thread — change.
  • Recorder Event Rundown: May 19 - May 25 - Indianapolis Recorder

    Indianapolis Recorder -  Celebrate the richness of the Indianapolis arts community at the Broad Ripple Art Fair, May 20 (10a.m.-6p.m.)and 21 (10a.m.-5p.m.). This event features fine art and crafts by more than 220 artisans. Patrons can enjoy 2-day admission to incredible art ...
  • Homicide investigation underway on Harding St. - WTHR

    WTHR -  ​INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Indianapolis Metropolian Police are investigating the discovery of a woman's body Wednesday evening. The investigation began just after 7:00 pm in the area 25th & Harding Street near Riverside Park on the city's northwest side.

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