If you live in the U.S., you might have heard about a little competition that happened this past Sunday in my hometown of Indianapolis called the Super Bowl. I’m in no way endorsing the NFL or its many sponsors, advertisers and scantily clad fanfare, but […]
June has been a hectic, yet fruitful month for a lot of freelancers, myself included. It turns out there is some truth to the idea a freelancer’s life runs on a cycle of feast or famine.
In addition to freelancing duties, I’ve also been a bit of a […]
Today’s 500 Mini-Marathon marks the official start of the Indy 500-themed fever that grips the Hoosier state every May. However, this year’s affliction will be more expansive than usual thanks to the 2011 Centennial Celebration.
That’s right. The May 29th race marks the 100-year anniversary of […]
In February, I shared how I’d planned to follow the upcoming presentations for the Red/Black: Related Through History exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian & Western Art in Indianapolis. Well, this past Saturday, the joint venture between the Eiteljorg and the Smithsonian’s National […]
On Saturday, February 12th, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art held the grand opening of a groundbreaking exhibition. The Red/Black: Related Through History presentation is an ongoing series that explores the complex relationship between African Americans and Native Americans throughout our nation’s […]
With the world in a constant state of flux, it seems like we’re always missing something. In some instances, the web has brought us closer together; in others, we seem to be oblivious to what’s happening in our own backyards.
Well, I’m not here to bum […]
Last Saturday’s gray, chilly winter afternoon in Indy’s Indiana Avenue Cultural District received a sweet dose of sunshine at the grand opening of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Admirers from all over the Hoosier state (and a few from beyond our borders) flitted in and […]
The seven inches of freshly fallen snow didn’t deter theater geeks like myself from venturing out on Wednesday for a night of theat-ah at Indianapolis’ Clowes Memorial Hall. I had the pleasure of taking in the delightfully entertaining National Tour of the revenge comedy that […]
Before I moved to the West Coast in 2004, I had the pleasure of becoming a fan of the local LGBT film festival here in Indy. So imagine my excitement when I discovered that the festival had not floundered in my absence. Not only that. […]