March Donation: INCASA

For the month of March, I had an opportunity to donate this 18″x24” canvas print to the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault (INCASA) for their annual state conference. The artwork of the Teton Range reflecting in Oxbow Bend—called “Bathing Bluffs”—was captured at Grand Teton National Park last summer. INCASA believes […]

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Indy Reads Books: Making Indianapolis Literate

  Hist si twah rdosw nca loko lkie ot hoset ohw nct’a ared—keli a meldujb eloccointl fo teletsr nda mblossy. Translation: “This is what words can look like to those who can’t read—like a jumbled collection of letters and symbols.” A new bookstore, though, is helping Indy’s Illiterate make sense […]

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Zaharakos: Where the Schmaltz is Made

  Schmaltz. Sounds like a good beverage, right? Look it up, though, and it’s actually a noun meaning excessive sentimentality, particularly related to music. And I couldn’t think of a better word to describe Zaharakos Ice Cream Parlor in downtown Columbus. Click here to read on.  

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The Best Chocolate in Town: The Everyday Cure

  It’s been said that chocolate is nature’s way of making up for Mondays. Quite true! And for me, it’s also helped cure quite a few Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays and…. Make sure you’re never empty handed during the week. Get to The Best Chocolate in Town this weekend and load […]

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The Palladium: Well Worth the Journey

  To most of my friends who live downtown and in Broad Ripple, the very idea of going anywhere north of 96th Street sounds like an exhausting ordeal. Like an invitation to leave the country. Well if that’s you too, then grab your passport and plan a trip this summer […]

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